Robert Montenegro is a writer, playwright, and dramaturg who lives in Washington DC.
His beats include the following: tech, history, sports, geography, culture, and whatever Elon Musk has said on Twitter over the past couple days. He is a graduate of Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.
The world's first research journal dedicated solely to cryptocurrency launched last month. It's a sign of the times as academics begin tinkering with the study and theory of digital currency.
You can get as much done in six hours as you can in eight hours, but with much less wasted time.
The man with "the hardest job in Washington" abruptly announced his resignation the day after fulfilling his personal dream: hosting a sitting pope in Congress.
Astrophysicists contemplate whether "mirror" dark matter causes cancer.
The Star Trek computer is close. Phasers can't be far behind.
We already know that hearing negative news can raise one's stress in the short-term. New research indicates it can also hurt the quality of your work in the long-term.
New findings out of Duke University will allow medical researchers to act like computer programmers except with genetic code rather than digital.