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Like coconut? Try using coconut manna instead of butter on your toast.<p><i>Associate web editor Rochelle Bilow really loves breakfast. Sure, she’s a morning person by nature, but what she really digs about breakfast is that it’s an opportunity to start the day on the right foot. It’s a chance to eat</i> …Breakfast
One of such development is Wino Board from Florian Kopp which looks like a perfect IOT board for prototyping projects that are connects physical and …
In fact, some mistakes are even necessary for your future success — and you should try to make them while you're still young.<p>"There is a lot of talk about how kids aren't being 'allowed' to make mistakes, and this is hurting them in the long run because they aren't building the skills necessary to …Self-improvement
serves 24 Servings<p>This potent punch is dangerously crowd-pleasing.<p>October 2012Print<p>Ingredients<p>2 cups sliced fresh (or frozen, thawed) peaches<p>12 sprigs thyme<p>1¼ cups sugar<p>1 liter (4¼ cups) Jamaican Gold rum (such as Appleton Estate)<p>2 cups Cognac<p>1½ cups fresh lemon juice<p>1 cup peach liqueur (such as …Peaches
In the Quora thread, "What would you do to be a little smarter every single day?", readers shared the habits they follow to fuel their brains.<p>Here are some simple actions that could help you become a smarter person.<p>Think about how to reduce poverty, how to solve a daily problem you have, …Success
Stress can kill you. It's a contagious, pervasive, long-term illness that can destroy your health and ruin your career. It's a relentless enemy. When you are stressed, you make poor decisions and people don't really want to work around you. And it's all self-perpetuating. It's way too easy to get …Sabbaticals
A look back at the designs of the '60s and why we still love watching them on TV.<p>While Betty Draper was busy being a house wife in her Ossining, NY, home, <i>House Beautiful</i> was featuring cutting-edge home designs to make any 1960s woman swoon. Here, we take a look back at past designs and remind …
The “Internet of things” (IoT) is becoming an increasingly growing topic of conversation both in the workplace and outside of it. It’s a concept that not only has the potential to impact how we live but also how we work. But what exactly is the “Internet of things” and what impact is it going to …
The manufacturer of the Airlander 10 is looking for investors to follow in the footsteps of Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson and the US military<p>It could be the future of aviation, British eccentric genius on a grand scale, or possibly a bit of both. Secreted in a hangar a few miles south of …New Jersey
These tools may not be on the market yet, but someday they'll change your life.<p>These tools may not be on the market yet, but someday they'll change your life.
We get by with a little help from our apps.<p>From smartphone apps that help get you places to those that remind you about morning meetings to those …
Now this is where we want to spend our summer.<p>From a Tuscan-style retreat to an all-natural swimming pond, these designer pools make a splash. Steal our favorite patio and landscaping ideas too for the ultimate backyard getaway.
Ready-for-spring rooms.<p>Ready-for-spring rooms swathed in floral, banana leaf, and botanical garden prints.
<i>Answer by Auren Hoffman, LiveRamp CEO. Started & sold 5 companies (and many more that failed), on Quora</i><p>A corporate culture is what makes your company different. Culture is defined by differences.<p>So if you are a start-up and you require everyone to wear suits, then that is part of your corporate …Startups
Experiments in public engagement, pioneered by the Sciencewise programme, are one of the quiet success stories of UK science policy over the past decade.<p>The need for researchers to escape the lab or the seminar room from time to time, and talk to the wider public about the work that they do, and …City Politics
<i>We're sitting down with our favorite writers and cooks to talk about their upcoming cookbooks, their best food memories, and just about anything else.</i><p><i>Today: Jenn Louis, the executive chef and co-owner of Lincoln and Sunshine Tavern in Portland, Oregon, shares with us the inspiration and process</i> …
Coordinating the many facets of a new business can be a bit of a juggling act. An entrepreneur is expected to line up manufacturers, deploy marketing campaigns, and manage back-end operations, all on a limited budget. As a startup begins to grow, keeping all of these processes going can become …Project Management
The beautiful Cuban capital is finally coming in from the cold as relations with the US thaw, state controls loosen and a wave of optimism and creativity is unleashed. Go now, says Lydia Bell<p> Readers share their tips on places to go in Cuba<p>The streets are alive with the sound of jackhammers. It …Cuba
Our best braised recipes from short ribs to chicken.<p><b>There are few things that make us happier than a good braise.</b> After a few hands-off hours on the stove or in the oven, your final dish will be full of incredible (mostly) meat flavor. Seriously, what could be better?Cooking
Turbulence: spiller of coffee, jostler of luggage, filler of barf bags, rattler of nerves. But is it a crasher of planes? Judging by the reactions of …
[Avionics Today June 6, 2014] Within the next 10-20 years, aerospace technology is going to evolve even more than it has during the first century of …Aviation
New, more efficient twin-engine jets like the Boeing 787 and Airbus A350 are taking over more and more transoceanic routes. But what happens when one engine fails thousands of miles from civilization?<p><b>The big players in aviation</b> are pinning their hopes on twin-engine jetliners like the Airbus A350 …