Amit Safir

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30+ Instant Pot Recipes to Love | 101 Cookbooks

The focus here is Instant Pot recipes. Specifically, ones that are on the healthful side of the spectrum! This is a resource for recipes you can make …

Ridge Wallet

Designed as an alternative to traditionally bulky bifolds, the Ridge Wallet offers minimalist functionality without being limiting. The minimalist …

America’s 38 Essential Restaurants

<b>What are the restaurants that</b> altogether define dining in America? For nearly four years, I’ve been chasing this consuming riddle around the country as Eater's national critic. There will never be an immutable answer, and that’s what makes eating across the nation so riveting. But this annual …

ADPT Straps

Worn & Wound are a website known for watch reviews, but recently they have ventured into watch accessories, and now, they embarked on a mission to …

MOVI Standing Desk

Standing desks are hardly a new idea, they boost your productivity and mitigate the annoying afternoon slump. But what if you love your existing …

Ergonomics

Pink Floyd Their Mortal Remains

Pink Floyd fans rejoice, you can now purchase the first-ever book produced with full-access to the Pink Floyd image archive. Pink Floyd: Their Mortal …

Ortlieb Waterproof Duffle

Sturdy, rugged and easy to transport, the Ortlieb Duffle is an ideal bag for long road trips, adventurous weekends or a fast-paced holiday. The tough …

Seven of North America's Best Hot Springs

I’ve gone on many a wayward search for the perfect hot spring. Some can be tough to find, but after driving down unmarked, barely passable roads for miles, I almost always discover what I came for: a natural hot tub, surrounded by river rocks, without a soul in sight. Here’s a cheat sheet to seven …

Hot Springs

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Trump vs. the Cartels: Whose Team is He On?

As the Drug War death toll in Mexico soars, and cartel infiltration spreads in the U.S., what is the president really going to do about all those …

Mexico

Bake the perfect blueberry muffin

We’ve all done it: Baked a blueberry muffin that emerged from the oven in a state of utter purple-itude, the berries a wet mass at the bottom of the …

Improving On-the-Fly Teamwork in Health Care

Calls for teamwork in health care are as persistent as they are hard to heed. Over the past decade, a growing number of observers, ourselves included, have called attention to the need for providers to coordinate better across specialties, shifts, departments, and even organizations (for example …

A Rare Glimpse at Everest—from the Sherpa POV

Two film crews were in Everest Base Camp in April 2014, when an avalanche in the Khumbu Icefall killed 16 Sherpas. One of those teams has now produced the most important film about Everest in recent memory, and it doesn’t star Jake Gyllenhaal. <i>Sherpa</i>, which airs April 23 on Discovery, captures a …

A Guide To Great Coffee In Kichijoji, Tokyo

Spring in Japan is marked by the cherry blossom, when pink clouds of the blooming flower paint on a canvas of clear blue sky. It’s a time to …

Coffee

The inside, not-always-ethical story of how 'The Pill' was made

In 1912, a nurse named Margaret Sanger was dreaming about pills — The Pill, to be exact.<p>“She had this thing in her mind, like a fantasy,” says Jonathan Eig, author of "The Birth of the Pill: How Four Crusaders Reinvented Sex and Launched a Revolution." What if there was some miracle tablet that …

Google's Larry Page: The Most Ambitious CEO in the Universe

There’s a joke about Larry Page that’s been making the rounds at Google X, the “moon shot” factory where Google is developing self-driving cars, …

Driven from San Francisco, MonkeyParking app developer now sees himself as a disrupter

MonkeyParking founder Paolo Dobrowolny now considers himself a true disrupter.<p>In a missive posted on Linkedin, Dobrowolny publicly reflected for the first time on his experiences launching the MonkeyParking app in San Francisco over the summer. It’s the app that enabled drivers to bid on empty …