Posts Tagged Under: genius

Celebrating Ada Lovelace – The First Computer Programmer in History

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Google isn’t featuring a doodle today and, by all means, it should. In 2009, as a response to the lack of women on stage at tech conferences, former Executive Director of the Open Rights Group, Suw Charman-Anderson decided to make October 13 “Ada Lovelace Day,” in an effort to increase the profile of women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education). Ada, who lived in the 1800s, is often regarded as the first computer programmer

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Overthink Much? You Could Be a Full-Blown Genius

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Do you think geniuses are happy, contempt, at peace with themselves? Think again. People like Isaac Newton or Nikola Tesla worried about the world and their own existence in it. Their anxiety levels were so high that it triggered imagination beyond the contemporary limits. According to a recent study that focused on people who worry, it is this neurotic level of imagination that makes a genius.

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Quote Of The Day By Albert Einstein

Einstein 1921 by F Schmutzer – restoration

Do you often feel like you’re dreaming even though it’s daytime? If you think you’re crazy, you’ll be happy to know that you’re probably just very imaginative. Perhaps even a genius.

There are many forms of mental illness, but daydreaming isn’t one of them. Neither is hearing music in your head, research has shown. But everyone asks this question at least once in their lifetime:

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Quote Of The Day By Steve Jobs

Of the thousands of remarks attributed to the late Steve Jobs, nearly all of them deliver pretty much the same message: listen to your heart! This excerpt from his famous speech at Stanford University in 2005 is no different. However, this one has more than a single lesson embedded in it.

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