It’s sleep week in biohacking – You’ll Sleep When You’re Dead @ Motherboard is a fantastic series that has interviews, data, experiments and more. The writer has a live cam for sleeping during the series too.
Motherboard writer Daniel Oberhaus is livestreaming his nightly rest as a tribute to You’ll Sleep When You’re Dead, a series about the future of sleep.
Here are some of articles we read, saved’ for this weekend, after we get some sleep.
Science Won’t Help You Pick a Better Mattress
Why Does Hibernating Make Animals Tired?
The Story Behind f.lux, the Night Owl’s Color-Shifting Sleep App of Choice
Is Falling Asleep With the TV on Actually Bad for You?
Why Do Different People Need Different Amounts of Sleep?
Electric Shock Pajamas (and Other Hypothetical Sleep Solutions)
Despite Plenty of Anti-Sleep Gadgets, Truckers Still Fall Asleep at the Wheel
Four Leading Theories on Why Humans Need to Sleep
I Tried to Hack Hours off My Sleep Time by Going ‘Polyphasic’
Making a Car that Won’t Let You Sleep
A Brief History of Cryosleep
Is Watching TV Actually a Good Way to Rest Your Brain?
The Future of Sleep, Illustrated