Why Humans Totally Freak Out When They Get Lost

Why Humans Totally Freak Out When They Get Lost

The day after the surveyor’s gruesome discovery, Kevin Adam and his fellow wardens retrieved the remains of her camp and went through her phone records and her journal, which she had wrapped in a watertight bag, to try to piece together what had happened.

The 7 Best Albums of 2019

The 7 Best Albums of 2019

As for 2019, the year's best albums were the exact opposite (in spite of efforts by Kanye West to use Jesus Is King as some kind of unifying opera).Bandana is the best rap album of the year.

The Glorious, Almost-Disconnected Boredom of My Walk in Japan

The Glorious, Almost-Disconnected Boredom of My Walk in Japan

I created a blocklist in Freedom and named it “THE PHONE IS A TOOL YOU DUMMY.” It prevented me from opening The New York Times app or Twitter or Facebook, virtual spaces all too easy to fall back into when approximately three seconds of boredom enter your frame.

18 of Our Favorite Valentine's Deals for Your Sweetheart (or You)

18 of Our Favorite Valentine's Deals for Your Sweetheart (or You)

The Fossil Q Men's Commuter Smartwatch Is 40 Percent Off If your loved one is in search of a fitness tracker that doesn't look like a fitness tracker, this Fossil men's smartwatch would be a good choice.

Stan Lee Unleashed the Heroic Power of the Outcast

Stan Lee Unleashed the Heroic Power of the Outcast

Lee didn’t invent the comic book superhero; that’s usually credited to Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, a couple of Jewish kids from Cleveland who alchemized religious imagery, science fiction, and urban crime-busting into a hero who, rocketed to Earth as an infant, gained powers and abilities far beyond those of mortal men to fight a never-ending battle for truth and justice.That was Superman, of course, who came first in 1938.