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How to Read a Book: The Ultimate Guide by Mortimer Adler

“<i>Marking a book is literally an experience of your differences or agreements with the author.<br>It is the highest respect you can pay him.</i>”<br>— <b>Edgar Allen</b> …

Read To Lead: How To Digest Books Above Your “Level”

The best advice I’ve ever got about reading came from a secretive movie producer and talent manager who’d sold more than 100 million albums and done …

This Crazy App Turns A Magazine Into An Interior Design Tool

Using a magazine for scale, this App lets you virtually design a room, then buy the furniture.<p>A few months ago, Ikea released an unbelievable app. When you placed the company’s catalog anywhere in your home, it could appear as one of a few different pieces of furniture on your iPad screen. In a …

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The Universe in a Glass of Wine: Richard Feynman on How Everything Connects, Animated

In 1961, Caltech took a leap of faith and invited Richard Feynman — champion of scientific culture, graphic novel hero, crusader for integrity, holder of the key to science — to teach the introductory course in physics. At the time, Feynman was a theoretical physicist with no particular interest in …

iPadian: The iOS Simulator For Windows

Advertisement<p>Do you wish you could run iOS apps on Windows? You’re not alone and let me be frank: it’s not possible. Here’s what is possible, …

I Heart My City: Caroline’s Atlanta

<b>Caroline Eubanks</b> has lived everywhere from Charleston to Sydney, but continually finds herself drawn back to her place of origin: Atlanta, Georgia. She shares her hometown pride on her blogs Caroline in the City and This Is My South and now she’s sharing some of her hard-won insider secrets with …

I Heart My City: Karla’s Montreal

Welcome back to another edition of I Heart My City. Today’s guide was sent in by reader Karla Aguilar, who left her city of <b>Montreal, Canada</b> nearly a year ago to live and work in South Korea. Homesick for her hometown, she sent us this ode to Montreal. Read Karla’s I Heart My City guide to get tips …

I Heart My City: Shira’s Los Angeles

<b>Shira Lazar</b> is the host and executive producer of the interactive show and 24/7 news hub, “What’s Trending” (check out the live show Wednesdays at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET). This Montréal native and self-described media empress’s motto is “spend less time being interesting, and more time being …

I Heart My City: Matt’s Boston

<i>Before he became “Nomadic Matt,” traveling all around the world and documenting his travels online, Matt Kepnes lived in Boston, Massachusetts. Here’s his take on the best that Beantown has to offer. Follow him on Twitter.</i><p>Boston is My City<p><b>The first place I take a visitor from out of town is</b> on the …

I Heart My City: Matt’s Washington, D.C.

Hello city-lovers! Today we’re exploring our own backyard with an <b>I Heart My City</b> guide to <b>Washington, D.C.</b> Today’s tour comes courtesy of travel blogger Matt Long, Editor-in-Chief and creator of LandLopers.com. Get Matt’s insider’s take on the nation’s capital, then tell us what you love about D.C. …

I Heart My City: Laurie’s Austin

Native Austinite <b>Laurie Felker Jones</b> has traveled through or lived in a multitude of countries on five continents. Now she and her husband are chalking up travel miles on their boat, <i>Mother Jones,</i> as they sail around the Caribbean. In the wake of this year’s SXSW Festival, check out Laurie’s guide to …

I Heart My City: Keith Bellows’ Montreal

<i>National Geographic Traveler</i> just launched a free iPad app, <b>A Taste of Montreal</b>, with a gorgeous new photo gallery to match (two must-haves before visiting this foodie paradise), so we asked the magazine’s editor-in-chief <b>Keith Bellows</b> to give his take on the best sites and scenes in his hometown of …

I Heart My City: Nat Geo’s Washington, D.C.

Since it’s America’s birthday today, we thought it would be fitting to publish a special edition of I Heart My City to celebrate the best things about the nation’s capital and National Geographic’s home city.<p>There’s a little-engine-that-could we like to call “Team Lady” here at <i>Traveler —</i> otherwise …

I Heart My City: Bruce’s Cambridge

As vice chair of the Cambridge Historical Commission, <b>Bruce Irving</b> sees his city as both a hotbed of innovation and a repository of three centuries of history. But after Marathon Monday everything was put in a new light:<p>“Most of the endgame went down behind my favorite pizza shop, Stella’s. The Town …

RBmG Rubber Band Machine Gun

The RBmG (Rubber Band Machine Gun) lets you enjoy a fully automatic, rubber band-launching experience like none other. This rapid fire gun shoots …

The Top 10 Workout Songs for October 2013

<i>Flickr: Lululemon</i><p>Summer's now giving way to fall, but it seems no one mentioned this to Robin Thicke. His track "Blurred Lines" was decisively the song of the summer -- having logged 12 weeks at the top of the Billboard 100 chart. Now the tune's getting a second wind thanks to a remix and dueling …

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Five Best Personal Project Management Tools

When your to-do list becomes a monster, and an item next to a checkbox will actually take a long time and multiple people to complete, you need more …

This Massive Beer Chart Guides You to a Great Drink (and Glass For It)

We've featured a few tools that make it easier for you to find a great beer, but this massive chart puts most of them to shame. Organized by type and …

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Top 10 Tricks for Better Apartment Living

Apartment hunting can be stressful, and living in an apartment isn't always a picnic either. From noisy neighbors to horrible landlords and tight …

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The world's best places to see autumn colours

The dog days of summer are over. But despite the chill in the air, there’s no need to be downhearted. Autumn is the most spectacular season, a last hurrah before the bitter winds of winter take hold.<p>Pull on your walking boots and head to one of these stunning destinations to witness glorious autumn …

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America's best craft breweries

It wasn't long ago when the American beer market was dominated by a handful of acrid, factory-produced brews that bore only a passing resemblance to what those in other climes called 'beer'. Thankfully, those days of choking down foul-tasting swill are long gone, with an explosion of microbreweries …

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Exploring the quiet side of California Wine Country

Blooming orchards under azure skies, vivid mustard flowers beneath budding vines, and rocky hillsides wrapped in fingers of fog – it’s no wonder California’s Wine Country receives millions of annual visitors. With its mild Mediterranean climate and mineral-rich soil, Napa and Sonoma Valleys seem …

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