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12 Websites That Will Make You Smarter. We all know that the internet is full of ways to waste time.

12 Websites That Will Make You Smarter

From adorable animal pictures, to silly gifs and yet another scroll through social media, our online lives can sometimes feel like one useless (if stress relieving) time suck. But there's no need to spend the majority of your time on the internet numbing your brain rather than feeding it. If you'd like to learn basically anything, there's a website that can help you do it simply -- and probably for free. Not sure where to get started? Kristyna Zapletalova, founder and CEO of startup Maqtoob, can help. Dash--Learn to make awesome websites.DataQuest--Learn data science in your browser.Lingvist--Learn a language in 200 hours.

Still haven't found anything that strikes your fancy? But be warned, once you've seen this list, you have absolutely no excuse for an online diet consisting entirely of cute kittens and entertaining YouTube videos. What skill are you most interested in learning about online? 12 Sites That Will Teach You Coding for Free. There was a time when knowing how to program was for the geekiest of geeks.

12 Sites That Will Teach You Coding for Free

That’s not exactly the case today. As most entrepreneurs, freelancers and marketers will tell you, learning how to program can help you succeed. Over the past year, I've been learning to code. It's helped me to become a much better entrepreneur -- I can dive in when my team needs to fix a few bugs on the site. You don’t even need to shell out a ton of money or put yourself in debt to learn how to code, either. 1.

One of the most popular free places to learn coding is CodeAcademy. Related: Want to Take Your Business to the Next Level? 2. Founded in 2012, Coursera has grown into a major for-profit educational-technology company that has offered more than 1,000 courses from 119 institutions. 3. edX EdX is another leading online-learning platform that is open source instead of for-profit. 4. Founded in 2010, Udemy is an online learning platform that can be used as a way to improve or learn job skills. Courses in Your Community. Whether you need to streamline your supply chain or master the basics of materials and operations management—APICS provides comprehensive education and exam preparation materials to help you increase your functional and strategic knowledge. enhance your professional performance to advance your career. make positive contributions to your company and impact your company's bottom line. prepare for the APICS CPIM and CSCP exams. increase the functional knowledge of you and your team.

Courses in Your Community

Choose from a variety of APICS courses offered in your community or online. APICS courses cover critical supply chain and operations management functions, including Foundational courses for individuals new to supply chain and operations management or not directly involved in their organizations' supply chain operations. APICS certification review courses for individuals interested in earning the APICS CPIM or CSCP designations. Facebook. (1) Intro to Animation. Testosterone Week: The Declining Virility of Men and the Importance of T. At the end of last August I decided to start an experiment on naturally increasing my testosterone levels.

Testosterone Week: The Declining Virility of Men and the Importance of T

Kate and I had just finished a month-long series called Heading Out on Your Own: 31 Life Skills in 31 Days. We cranked out a 2,000-4,000 word post every day for 31 days straight. Writing over 75,000 words in less than a month was physically and emotionally taxing on both of us. We were hardly sleeping, were eating like crap, and our workouts became spotty.

On top of that, we were stressed to the max. Knowing a bit about the link between testosterone and a person’s health habits, I had a suspicion my T-levels would be in the tank. My suspicion was confirmed. I had below average testosterone levels. My total testosterone was 383 ng/dL, which is near the bottom of the reference range of the lab I used. My free testosterone (testosterone available for your body to use) was 7.2 pg/mL, which is below the reference range. Crap. Three months later, I got tested again. How so? Biology Animation Library. (1) Home - Quora.