Stories tagged ‘Lingo’
Can skyscraper condos be turned into lush green spaces?
Companies such as Uber are disrupting entire industries, but this is good for the economy overall, says an economics prof
Toronto’s new nickname popularized by rap star Drake
Some foods are engineered to be so tasty they’re difficult to resist, says nutritional scientist Venket Rao
Applies to someone who is not transgender, and is often used to signal awareness of gender politics
The like-attracts-like nature of social media could be bad for democracy
Agriculture scientists have become interested in this potential environmental champion
Companies that attain a $1-billion market valuation before their 10th year are vanishingly rare
Brain dysfunction can cause us to make false statements that we believe to be true
In the world of law, hot tubbing is a common practice
Adults more likely to behave in socially beneficial ways when prompted
From making golf clubs stronger to designing water repellant garments
Will “Gangnam Style” open the doors for other South Korean artists?
There’s nothing fluffy about this
It’s like a flash mob, but motivated to buy
A term for Canada’s growing population of senior citizens
Why did the term “cybrarian” go out of style?
What can you write in less than 25 words?
Sometimes, being unemployed can be positive – it depends on who you ask
What kind of films are part of the “mumblecore” movement?
Converts say that VB6 can do wonders for you
Idaho lingo for slow down and yield
Toronto Star reported in January that the alarm is sounding over “third-hand smoke”
Jo-Anne Marcuz is using Nintendo’s Wii video game system to help kids in recovery