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Software | evoleap - flow assurance software

More simulations. Fewer licenses.<p>Designed by flow assurance engineers for flow assurance engineers, obot simplifies your simulation workflow and lets …

The Explosive Hand Lettering Rebellion

A stealthy resurgence happening in the design world—a rebellion against the cold, sleek, digital environment in which we designers spend most of our …

Camera Drones Are Getting in the Way of Firefighters Battling Wildfires

Flying an aerial drone over a raging fire can be quite problematic, so much so that it can endanger the rescue and recovery abilities of fire …

Drones

Batman: Arkham Knight Review Roundup

After two delays, developer Rocksteady and publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment are finally ready to release Batman: Arkham Knight on June 23.<p>Critics already got a chance to play the game before release and publish their reviews, and so far the general consensus is that Batman: Arkham …

Forget the Skillet: These 18 Recipes Are All About Grilled Fish

Skip the sauté pan: You should really be cooking your fish on the grill. Let these 18 recipes inspire you.<p><b>Fish is about to be named your grill's MVP</b> this summer. From stuffed whole branzino to salmon kebabs, these recipes are worth taking to the grates.

Seafood

Bob Hornery obituary

For half a century, the Melbourne stage was spiritual home to Bob Hornery, who has died aged 83 of cancer, but during that time he also spent almost 20 years acting in British television and theatre, and gained fame worldwide in Neighbours.<p>In the Australian TV serial, he played Karl Kennedy’s …

Mad Max

Saudi airstrikes on Houthi military HQ leave 44 dead in Sanaa | DW | 07.06.2015

Saudi-led coalition airstrikes struck the Houthi army headquarters in the Yemeni capital of Sanaa on Sunday morning.<p>The strikes left at least 44 dead …

Middle East

Why Has America Stopped Winning Wars?

Since 1945, the United States has experienced little except military stalemate and loss—precisely because it’s a superpower in a more peaceful world.<p>At 9:44 p.m. on July 27, 1953, Harold Smith had just 16 more minutes of the Korean War to survive before a ceasefire came into effect at 10:00 p.m. …

Korean War

Blue Pools on Red Planet? Mars Express Orbiter Captures Epic Photo

No, these blue patches on the surface of Mars aren't Martian lakes or swimming pools. They are deposits of volcanic sediment carried by powerful winds blowing across the Red Planet's surface.<p>The photo, taken by the European Space Agency's Mars Express orbiter, shows several of the craters that dot …

Mars

Here’s why you should care about ocean acidification: It’s behind Earth’s worst-ever mass extinction

<b>(Karen Grigoryan/Shutterstock)</b><p>Rapid carbon emissions 252 million years ago wiped out the majority of the planet’s species<p>Lindsay Abrams<p>April 9, 2015 8:16pm (UTC)<p>Ocean acidification is like global warming's sad, ignored twin. It results, like climate change, from human emissions of greenhouse gases, …

15 staggering facts about Saudi Arabia

But it's worth taking a step back and looking at its unique economy as a whole and what that might mean for its future.<p>"The oil boom of the past decade has transformed Saudi Arabia into a major global economy with a young population and large wealth that offer great potential," writes HSBC …

Alibaba sued for allegedly listing counterfeit items

A new lawsuit filed by a luxury brands maker accuses Chinese online retail giant Alibaba of conspiring in the manufacture and sale of counterfeit products.<p>Luxury brands from Paris-based Kering, whose brands include Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, and other luxury brands, charged in the lawsuit on Friday …

eCommerce

A Japanese Architect Has Turned Old Ethernet Cables Into Restaurant Decor

There's something decidedly sci-fi and apocalyptic about what Kengo Kuma has served up.<p>Diners at the Tetchan yakitori bar in the Tokyo suburb of Kichijoji will chow down on their skewers amidst thousands of computer cables thanks to architect Kengo Kuma, who recently redesigned the restaurant's …

Vanilla Ice agrees to plea deal in Florida

Robert Van Winkle, better known as rapper Vanilla Ice, will not spend any time behind bars following his February arrest for the alleged robbery of …

West Palm Beach

4 uncomfortable truths about traveling as a woman in India

1. On average, 93 women are raped every day.<p>According to the <i>Times of India</i>, 93 women are raped every single day in India — that’s 33,945 per year. …

genderissues

How to Not Screw Up Your Seared Salmon (Or Sautéed Onions!)

It's okay: Basic cooking mistakes happen. Even something as simple as a seared piece of fish.<p><i>Yes, sometimes even BA staffers make basic cooking mistakes. Like, say, something as simple as searing a piece of salmon. Below, associate web editor Rochelle Bilow confesses her fish disaster to digital</i> …

Unexpected item in the bagging area: The Communist Manifesto goes on sale at Tesco

Penguin's new editions of Marx and Nietzsche are selling like – and with – hotcakes. As MPs attempt to connect with voters, the general election may be about to change...<p>The entire general election – and even democracy as we know it – could be about to change. That’s if sales of Penguin classics …

Lost medieval cemetery found under Cambridge University

The mass cemetery contained around about 1,300 burials, including about 400 complete skeletons<p>A lost medieval cemetery discovered under Cambridge University contained graves that had been pre-dug in anticipation of winter deaths, archaeologists have discovered.<p>The huge graveyard was found during …

Archaeology

Why China's Pollution Could Be Behind Our Cold, Snowy Winters

As the airborne particles turn: Across the globe, dust (red-orange) is lifted from land, sea salt (blue) swirls up from oceans, soot (green and yellow) rises from fires and sulfur (white) streams from volcanoes and fossil fuel emissions.<p>It's March. It's freezing. And there's half a foot of snow on …

Pollution

Snapchat update makes it easier to have affairs, but teen outcry prompts U-turn

Snapchat’s latest update removed a feature which has irritated sexters for years – but some of the app’s teen users are so unhappy that the company has promised to reverse the decision.<p>The “best friends” lists, a part of the app for more than two years, have been removed. The lists display the top …

Social Media

10 reasons to visit Slovenia in 2015 (and beyond) | CNN Travel

Slovenia

15 Easy Dinners You Can Make in Under 30 Minutes

Everyone has those busy days when you have to grab a protein bar for a <b>breakfast on the go</b> and you skip lunch because you have too much work. By the time you get home at the end of the day, you're tired, you're hungry and <b>Easy Mac</b> just isn't gonna cut it. Luckily for you, these satisfying and …

Is A Wine's Year Really That Important?

Buying wine isn't easy. Okay, let's rephrase that, because buying wine by aimlessly pointing at a shelf is actually quite easy to do. Buying wine <i>knowledgeably</i> isn't easy. Between the kind of grape, the region and the elusive tasting notes, the seemingly simple task of selecting a bottle based on …

Classic Beer and Food Pairings: Do They Really Work?

More<p>BEER!<p>We love it. And you've voted. See which is the best American beer city.<p>There was a time in my life when beer was just a drink, and food was, well, food. I liked them both, independently and together, next to each other at the dinner table.<p>But the idea of beer <i>pairing</i>—consciously matching a …

A Bartender Explains Why the Anti-Tipping Movement Is Unethical

<i>Bicoastal bartender Erick Castro, co-owner of Polite Provisions in San Diego and the mix master at the newer Boilermaker in New York, believes bars and restaurants need tips. Below, he explains why.</i><p>Many readers may have noticed that the anti-tipping movement in bars and restaurants has gained …

Hospitality

Les fourrures inuits du défilé Dsquared²

MODE NEWS<p><b>Rencontre entre le vestiaire grand froid des Esquimaux et la noblesse britannique, la nouvelle collection Dsquared² marquait une allure</b> …

Backstage at Giorgio Armani

FASHION INSPIRATION<p>2015 marks Armani's 40th anniversary, the designer looked to Marc Chagall to kick off the year with a Fall/Winter 2015-2016 …

Marc Chagall

Trussardi: Leather on Her Mind

Suzy Menkes INTERNATIONAL VOGUE EDITOR<p>Gaia Trussardi, a scion of the family brand, took up the company’s origins in leather – almost her entire …

Clothing

Zachary Quinto: Leonard Nimoy was like a father to me

Photograph: Sportsphoto Ltd./Allstar<p>Quinto as Spock, with Chris Pine, in Star Trek: Into Darkness.<p>276<p>http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2015/3/3/1425373740275/f7e837f4-4533-4859-a5f1-4f0d2b63b65b-460x276.jpeg<p>460<p>Photograph: Sportsphoto Ltd./Allstar<p>Quinto as Spock, with Chris …

Leonard Nimoy

Why Oxford Dictionaries are right to purge nature from the dictionary

Photograph: Alamy<p>Few kids today would know what to make of this rare green hedgehog.<p>276<p>http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2015/3/2/1425298095871/52058414-ede3-484f-8a3f-6a756f51beef-460x276.jpeg<p>460<p>Photograph: Alamy<p>Few kids today would know what to make of this rare green …

Linguistics