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This Chart Reveals Which College Degrees Will Get You the Highest Salary

Travel<p>By Joe McGauley Published On 07/27/2018<p>@jwmcgauley<p>By Joe McGauley @jwmcgauley Published On 07/27/2018<p>Certain advanced college degrees have long …

College & University

30 of the most beautiful natural wonders around the world

Natural wonders come in all shapes and sizes. From Hawaii's Na Pali Coast to the Verdon Gorge in southeastern France, there are incredible places all over the planet.<p>Keep reading to learn about 30 of the most beautiful natural wonders on Earth.

Grand Canyon

12 Under-the-Radar Greek Islands You Need to Visit Before the Tourists Arrive

While some Greek islands are struggling with overtourism, these hidden gems are still low-key island paradises--for now.<p>You’re probably familiar with …

Eight hidden Italian islands where you can escape the crowds

With more than 450 islands, Italy is home to some incredible beaches and coastlines, many with fascinating ancient history — but the secret’s out for many of them. For a quieter, more authentic experience, head to these eight Italian islands before the crowds do. Gelato, ocean vistas, and seclusion …

Italy

The Best Small Beach Towns for People Who Want to Escape the Crowds

Summer is officially here, but it isn't <i>really</i> summer until you step onto the sand, lay down a towel, and soak in some rays at the beach.<p>There are …

Here’s what happened the last time the living things in our oceans and lakes died

On January 5, 2018, a paper published in the journal Science delivered a sobering message: The oxygenation of open oceans and coastal seas has been steadily declining during the past half century. The volume of ocean with no oxygen at all has quadrupled, and the volume where oxygen levels are …

11 Secrets of Wildlife Photographers

There is something about seeing a wild animal—a stalking tiger, soaring hawk, splashing whale, or slithering snake—that captivates the imagination. …

Why Ancient Greek Mythology is Still Relevant Today

Why Ancient Greek Mythology is Still Relevant Today<p>Updated on June 8, 2016<p>If there is one subject that is still widely taught today, it has to be the …

Are We Looking For Aliens In All The Wrong Ways?

A little over 80 years ago, humanity first began broadcasting radio and television signals with enough power that they should leave Earth’s atmosphere and progress deep into interstellar space. If someone living in a distant star system were keeping a vigilant eye out for these signals, they would …

How the basics of storytelling can help you cover a big event

Great writers get ready for the big story, even if they don't quite know what the story will be. They report and report and research and then report …

Common Traits That Make Great Photos, Part 1

Take a moment to think about the most famous photo you know. What made you choose that picture? Think of another equally powerful one. What made you …

Solar-powered tiny houses take the spotlight in California competition

Some 20,000 people showed up to tour these designs<p>For over a decade, the U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon competition has challenged college students around the world to build the most energy-efficient solar-powered house. The biennial event is impressive for sure (just look at last …

How This CEO Finds Time to Read 100 Books a Year

Try these hacks to squeeze in more time to read throughout your already-busy day.<p>This is embarrassing, but I feel like I've got to come clean. I call myself a writer. But I read a pathetically small number of books each year.<p>I was a voracious reader growing up, spending entire summers at the public …

Here's how to spend the first hour of the workday for maximum productivity

There's "work," and then there's real work. "Work" is email correspondence, and group meetings, and other administrative tasks that are technically necessary, but don't meaningfully contribute to your professional success.<p>Real work, on the other hand, encompasses those bigger projects and tasks …

Time Management

Seeing The Reality Of Atoms And Molecules

The ancient Greek and Indian philosophers who first conjectured that matter was made of tiny little bits of stuff would not believe that now, more than 25 centuries later, we can actually see them.<p>Granted, modern atoms are quite different from their old counterparts, given that they are actually …

Pixar's New Short Film Is Definitely Not For Kids

It's pretty dark.<p>The beauty of Pixar films is that although they're targeted at children, there's usually something in it for larger humans too, as was the case with features like <i>Up</i>, <i>Toy Story</i>, and <i>Finding Nemo,</i> but we've always wanted to know what an actual adult-themed animation from them would …

The New Horizons Spacecraft Has Found A Strange Asteroid Teeming With The Ingredients Of Life

Red isn’t a common color outside of planets in our solar system. Sure, you’ve got Mars, and surprising patches of color on Pluto among other mysteries, but by and large, space is greyscale. So that makes MU69, a red asteroid in the Kuiper Belt, a subject of serious fascination among scientists.<p>MU69 …

London bookstore offering chance to win free books for life

Imagine getting free books for the rest of your life. Well, one London bookstore is offering a chance to win just that in a drawing called the …

Abandoned America: Photographing a forgotten history

Photographing abandoned spaces has gained a reputation to some as a voyeuristic act, with little respect paid to the subject or its history. But for …

7 Surprisingly Illegal Things to Avoid in Europe

So you thought posing with the pigeons was a great idea? Think again.<p>Think common sense is enough to keep you on the right side of the law in Europe? …

Swimwear

4 banned books from around the world you should absolutely read

I WAS ABOUT 10 YEARS OLD, and I had discovered my Dad’s tattered old copy of Stephen King’s truly terrifying vampire book, <i>‘Salem’s Lot</i>. I was hooked …

Literature

Designer Turns Her Ordinary Bathroom Into an Extraordinary Work of Art Inspired by Nature

Fashion designer Roza Khamitova had a dilemma. She had gathered so many sketches of potential scarf designs for her clothing line, Shovava, that they no longer fit in the boxes and bins under her bed. Instead of moving them to a bigger closet or a space inside her desk, she decided to use them for …

Clothing