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Nike Sb Stefan Janoski Max

New stylish colorway for the Nike SB Stefan Janoski Max, the Slate/White/Atomic Mango color combination works perfectly together. The Nike SB Stefan …

Instafit: Super Burpee

What makes it so hard? The standard burpee entails going from a squat to a pushup position and back to a squat again as quickly as possible, working every last muscle in your body at a blistering pace, explains Gaddour.<p>Adding the reverse roll into the mix, however, further blasts your core. Your …

Melbourne Watch Co. Flinders

in Fashion, Watches on<p>0 Shares<p>Melbourne Watch Co. introduces its debut timepiece – the Flinders. Melbournites recognize the street station the watch …

Behind The Wheel: 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Z51

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Circuit Workouts for Big Shoulders and a Ripped Six-Pack

Following a workout routine day-in and day-out can get tedious and boring. Sometimes it's a good idea to just break the routine and go with a quick …

A Simple Test Can Determine If You're Not Getting Enough Sleep

Psychologist Richard Wiseman, the author of "59 Seconds: Change Your Life in Under a Minute," has a simple test to determine if you're not getting enough sleep.<p>Wiseman describes the test in the YouTube video above, which is part of his "In 59 seconds" series.<p>If you're suffering from a lack of …

Sleep

The Only Thing to Put on Your Steak

<i>Published in the February 2013 issue</i><p><i>Chef Adam Sobel, Bourbon Steak, Washington, D.C.</i><p><b>Making a sauce in the pan</b> you just used to cook whatever the sauce will cover — in this case, a beautiful steak — is all about perception. It looks (and tastes) like it takes more time and training than it actually …

Food

How to Cook a Steak from Low Earth Orbit

Steak

5 Visions For The Consumer Products Of 2030

Bathroom fixtures that monitor your health while you do your business? Check. Kids’ sneakers that harvest their energy? Sure. Here are the futuristic gadgets you’ll be buying in 15 years.<p>Consumer trends change quickly, but what’s happening in the world today can provide signals for what’s to come …

Apple Working With Nike On iWatch?

Apple is said to be working closely with Nike on its upcoming wearable fitness band and smartwatch hybrid.<p>Details are slight - as are firm sources - …

Use Your Tongue To Check Your Smartphone

You can keep your tongue inside your mouth while you do this.<p>Among the muscles in the body, the ones in the tongue are probably the most overlooked. You don't go to the gym to work out your tongue. (Please do not tell me about your tongue workouts, thx.) Still, it's strong and dexterous. That's why …

Powdered Not Stirred

Let’s leave aside for the moment the question of whether powdered alcoholic drinks are a good idea, and think about how you might actually make them (see also here). There are lots of technologies to dry foods, but the trouble is raising the temperature or lowering the pressure to evaporate off the …

Playing With Lego Robots Makes Your Employees Better At Their Jobs

Writing for the Harvard Business Review, Colin Lewis lays out the case for using robots as a means of equipping people with essential problem-solving skills for the workplace.<p>Telecommunications company Ericsson turned some heads during an event at Mobile World Congress in 2012 by having various …

Robotics

How To Use The Science Of 'Physical Intelligence' To Win A Negotiation

As new insights into the mind show, people's behaviors are shaped by their physical sensations — all without their knowing. For instance, if you're holding something warm, you'll treat the people around you more warmly.<p>That's great if you want to make a friend, but not so great if you're sticking …

Psychology

Toyota i-Road Test Drive: Is This Three-Wheeled Electric Vehicle The Answer To Urban Gridlock?

You might say I was dizzy with delight.<p>The nausea began, of all places, in the middle of a parking lot at Toyota’s secretive research-and-development facility an hour outside Tokyo.<p>Exuberance over being given three minutes behind the wheel of an experimental vehicle called the Toyota i-Road had …

Finally, A Way To Harvest Hydroelectric Energy From Toilet Flushes

It's about time toilets start providing a useful function<p>The average American flushes 24 gallons of water down the toilet daily, while—don't get me wrong, toilets; we appreciate all of your hard work—maybe some of the energy used in a flush could be put to an additional use.<p>Here's one way: harvest …

Robotic Cubes That Stack Themselves

Like autonomous Legos<p>M-Blocks look unassuming, but they can pivot and jump without external moving parts—a feat engineers have been trying to accomplish for years. Because they’re mobile, the robotic cubes can stack on top of one another autonomously. Their inventors are now working toward the …

Robotics

If Your Best Friend Becomes Obese, You Have A 57% Chance Of Becoming Obese, Too

That's according to breakthroughs in network science, a fast-growing field that studies how our real-life social networks — as in our friends, family, and acquaintances, and not Facebook or LinkedIn — shape our behavior.<p>This finding comes principally from Nick Christakis, a Harvard Medical School …

The New England Journal of Medicine

Labyrinthine Drawings of Interconnected Rooms by Mathew Borrett | Colossal