13 Most Important SQL Commands Any Programmer Should Know

Advertisement Databases drive the modern web. Every big or dynamic website uses a database in some way, and when combined with Structured Query Language (SQL), the possibilities for manipulating data really are endless. If you already know SQL, make sure you checkout these programming skills 7 Programming Skills All Website Developers Should Know 7 Programming…

A hacker reveals the most secure thing you can do to your passwords

It’s very difficult to come up with and remember unique passwords for every single login. Cyber security expert Kevin Mitnick — author of the book "The Art of Invisibility" — explains why you shouldn’t even try to come up with your own passwords, and what you should do instead.  Follow Tech Insider: On Facebook Join the conversation about…

Why IPA beers have ‘India’ in the name — and why it tastes so unique

Patrick McGovern is the scientific director of the Biomolecular Archaeology Project at the University of Pennsylvania Museum. In this video, he shares his knowledge on how India Pale Ales were first created and how it got its name. Following is a transcript of the video. I’m Patrick McGovern. I’m from the University of Pennsylvania Museum, and I’m the…

Depression and Low Self-Esteem Linked To Believing Life Is Fair

Believing life is fair leads to lower self-esteem and worse behavior in children, a new study suggests. The findings, published in Child Development, suggests that adolescents from disadvantaged backgrounds who believe that they live in a fair social system display lower self-esteem, higher rates of delinquency, and perform worse in the classroom by the time…

5 Best Sites to Learn the Basics of Music Theory

Advertisement Music makes the world go around, but do you actually know what it is? It’s one thing to say you enjoy music because you like listening to a lot of songs. It’s a whole different thing to really understand that music. If you love music and don’t know music theory, you’re doing yourself a great…

Westworld’s Creators Know Why Sci-Fi Is So Dystopian

Urs Hölzle and Google’s AI chip, the TPU 2.0.Cole Wilson for WIRED Urs Hölzle has a big job. As senior vice president of technical infrastructure at Google, he’s in charge of the hundreds of thousands of servers in data centers spread across the planet to power the company’s ever widening range of services. He’s also…

How Googlers Avoid Burnout (and Secretly Boost Creativity)

Adam*, is an engineer on Google’s self-driving car project (now its own division, called Waymo). He says the daily pace of work borders on fanatical. When he’s in the lab, the outside world disappears—we know this because he tells us so, and also because our text messages and emails to him almost always go unanswered….

6 ways to make the most of Android’s Clock app

Who needs an alarm clock when you’ve got your Android phone handy? In the past year or so that I’ve relied on the Clock app on my Nexus 5X, I’ve rarely overslept. Now that I’ve got the hang of the Clock app’s various features and foibles, I’m close to replacing that "rarely" qualifier with a…