Designer crafts throws using patterns from broken electronics.
An experiment asked workers at factories to intentionally create a mistake in a product, and the results were fascinating.
A Netflix system error accidentally forces users to only stream one movie at a time, but will this be a permanent situation?
"There is no longer any room, nor any patience, for your cryptic remarks... it's cheaper to explain it right the first time than it is to answer a question later."
BillGuard uses "collective vigilance" to identify and alert its users of hidden fees, double charges, fraud and scams.
A handful of interesting gatherings to consider for the weekend and upcoming week.
Psychologists from Vanderbilt University in Nashville explore the possibility of a hierarchical method of error correction.
We should embrace our errors instead of hating them, argues the author of 'Being Wrong'.