Brendan Mulqueeny

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10 Reasons Americans Have a Bad Reputation in Florence (and Abroad)

Let me just save readers a lot of nasty comments by saying: “I am American. These are not necessarily MY views, but rather the views that have been …

Love Stories

Fotografa di bambini, famiglie e gravidanza a Firenze | Florence based lifestyle photographer | Kids, family, maternity photographer in Florence | Lifestyle photographer Copenhagen | Birgitte Brøndsted

<b>Sessions in Copenhagen March/April 2018</b><p>I’ll be available for portrait sessions in and around Copenhagen between March, 28 and April, 6. Send me an …

Italy

Beautiful Montpellier

Tonight is my last night in France before I head over the border in to Spain and Barcelona. I’ve been a little bit lazy I must admit, lounging in my …

Top 10 day trips out of Barcelona

You could spend weeks in Barcelona and never run out of places to see, things to do, food to try and bars to hop.<p>But for a taste of Catalan life beyond the metropolis – or simply for a change of pace – you can choose between mountains, beaches and pretty little towns, all just a short ride …

Barcelona

One of the most beautiful cities in the world - Barcelona

Interior design, inspiration, decorating, decorating tips, DIY, home decorating ideas, house tour, repurposing furniture ideas

Prisoners 'could serve 1,000 year sentence in eight hours'

Future biotechnology could be used to make prisoners feel as if they were serving a 1,000 year sentence, a team of scientists claim<p>Future biotechnology could be used to trick a prisoner's mind into thinking they have served a 1,000 year sentence, a group of scientists have claimed.<p>Philosopher …

What Happens To Your Brain When You Get Black-Out Drunk?

You wake up in an unfamiliar room, missing a button or two, with a few stains on your shirt that you're hoping are food-related. The last thing you …

A New Material For Night-Vision Contact Lenses

The material is based on graphene.<p>Nobody has made night-vision contact lenses yet… but here's a glimpse at how that technology might work, if it ever comes to be.<p>University researchers have created a super-light, super-thin material that detects infrared light. Infrared includes the wavelengths of …

Groundbreaking Surgical Procedure Uses 3D Printing to Repair Injuries

Doctors at a United Kingdom hospital have broken surgical boundaries by reconstructing the face of a motorcycle-crash survivor using 3D-printing …

Richard Branson's top 10 tips for success

<b>Richard Branson left school at the age of 16 and set up Student Magazine with one of his friends. He went on to start Virgin Records in the 1970s and is the founder of the Virgin Group. In the 1980s he formed Virgin Atlantic airline and the 1990s saw the arrival of Virgin Mobile and Virgin …

Richard Branson

How Much Water Actually Goes Into Making A Bottle Of Water?

Environmental activists have long claimed that bottled water is wasteful. Usually, they point to the roughly 50 billion (mostly plastic) bottles we throw away every year.<p>The International Bottled Water Association, ever sensitive to criticism that it's wasting precious resources, has commissioned …

Steve Jobs' 2005 Stanford Commencement Address

The One Extraordinary Skill All Prodigies Share

Their working memory is much, much better than everyone else’s.<p>We all know a child prodigy when we see one. If you’d been there when Mozart composed his first piece of music at age 5, or when Picasso finished his first painting at 9, or when math genius William James Sidis entered Harvard at 11, …

Tiger Woods

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Lucid Dreaming

Dark Skin May Have Evolved to Protect Against Skin Cancer

Darwin and others said skin cancer couldn't influence the evolution of skin color. A new study makes the case that it did.<p>When it comes to skin color, the idea that we're really all the same isn't just a utopian dream. A look at skin cancer from an evolutionary perspective suggests that maybe once …