Elizabeth Treptow

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Ernest Hemingway’s Favorite Hamburger Recipe

Earlier this year the food writer Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan stumbled across an article in the <i>Boston Globe</i> describing a trove of digitized documents from …

Beautiful High-Speed Photographs of Ink Mixing with Oil

When it comes to high-speed liquid photography, you’d be hard-pressed to find more than one or two people the world over who can match illustrator …

30 Delicious Things To Cook In September

Cool enough to turn on the oven, but still warm enough for ice cream. September, you're the best.<p><b>WHAT'S IN SEASON:</b><p>(This will vary depending on time of the month and where you …

Spectacular Geometric Forms Find Balance in Nature

In <i>Back to Nature</i>, artist Fesson Ludovic produces incredible sculptures that have the appearance of simplicity, but are actually quite complex. Each piece features basic lines, arcs, and geometric forms that are buried directly on land or placed in water. The artist relies on nature to intervene …

Sculpture

Go Ahead, Mess With Texas Instruments

Why educational technologies should be more like graphing calculators and less like iPads. An Object Lesson.<p>Last year, while cleaning out the basement of my childhood home, I discovered a plastic storage bin marked "Calcusoft." Inside were piles of notebooks filled with sketches, storyboards, and …

The 5-Minute Sephora Makeover: Look Good On The Go... For Free

It's happened to the best of us. You leave work and are headed to a party/date/event, and you suddenly realize... you look like crap. After hours in the office, your hair has fallen flat, your makeup has faded, your skin is shiny and you lost that morning glow, like, seven hours ago.<p>What to do? …

Trick Photography eBook and Video Course

1<p>An eBook Like No Other!<p>It comes with <i>295 pages of instruction</i>, <i>9 hours of how-to video tutorials</i>, and contains over <i>300 creative photographs</i> created by …

This is What Photographers Can Do About Unwanted Digital Image Noise

Have you ever returned from a photo shoot only to be disappointed in the results because your images lack spark? Perhaps, they had low contrast, and …

Type & Grids: Free Responsive HTML5 Template

Smashing Newsletter<p>Upgrade your inbox and get our editors’ picks twice a month.<p>With useful tips for web devs. Sent 2× a month.<br>You can unsubscribe any …

Archaeologists Discover Lost City In Cambodian Jungle

Australian archaeologists using remote-sensing technology have uncovered an ancient city in Cambodia that has remained hidden for more than a millennium under dense jungle undergrowth.<p>The discovery of Mahendraparvata, a 1,200-year-old lost city that predates Cambodia's famous Angkor Wat temple …

This Commander of a Nazi Unit Has Been Living in Minnesota for 60 Years

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>An investigation by the Associated Press has found that a 94-year-old man who moved to Minnesota in …

NYC's Hot-Weather Profile Could Resemble Alabama's in 30 Years

What an Astronaut Sees From Space, With a NASA Scientist as Your Guide

Everyone loves a good tour of Earth from space, and I've seen lots of them. But unless you are very familiar with the geography below, it can be hard to tell just what part of the planet you are looking at. The following video, narrated by NASA's Justin Wilkinson, fixes that, guiding you as the …

Associated Press News

Africa's worst drought tied to West's pollution

<i>By Becky Oskin<br>LiveScience</i><p>The biggest drought to hit the planet in the 20th century, the Sahel drought, sucked Central Africa dry from the 1970s to the 1990s. The severe famines that resulted killed hundreds of thousands of people during this period and gained worldwide attention.<p>A new study blames …

Face-Recognition Technology Moves to Art History

A group of researchers at the University of California’s Riverside campus have taken steps toward developing software that can recognize the face of …

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No More Survivors Found in Philadelphia Building Collapse, Search Ends

The search-and-rescue operation for additional victims of the Philadelphia building collapse ended this afternoon after 14 people were rescued and …

Jellyfish surge in Mediterranean threatens environment – and tourists

Scientists across the Mediterranean say a surge in the number of jellyfish this year threatens not just the biodiversity of one of the world's most …

Tornado Chaser Tim Samaras's Interview, Hours Before His Death

National Geographic radio spoke to Tim Samaras shortly before the storm chaser's death.<p><b>National Geographic storm chaser Tim Samaras gave an interview on the day of his death—speaking to National Geographic radio host Boyd Matson from the road on May 31 about his attempts to study twisters in the</b> …

The New York Subway Is Back to Full Service For the First Time Since Sandy

Pacific sonar 'streak' may be wreck of Amelia Earhart's plane

Air crash investigators may have found the wreckage of the plane piloted by the revered US aviator Amelia Earhart in her failed attempt to fly around …

Report Of Liquid Woolly Mammoth Blood Prompts Clone Talk

Scientists in Siberia say they've extracted blood samples from the carcass of a 10,000-year-old woolly mammoth, reviving speculation that a clone of the extinct animal might someday walk the earth, if scientists are able to find living cells. But researchers say the find, which also included …

Denver among first U.S. airports with fuel-saving NextGen technology

If a commercial jet could land using a smooth, continuous descent versus the traditional stair-step approach, it could save an airline between 200 to …

Photography & Travel Product Reviews

Storms, tornadoes threaten much of US

<i>By John Newland and Daniel Arkin, NBC News</i><p>A wide swath of the heartland – stretching from Texas to the Great Plains and up into the lower Great Lakes – was being threatened by monstrous thunderstorms Tuesday evening, kicking off what is expected to be a week of severe weather.<p>Tornado warnings were …

Major U.S. Weapons Compromised By Chinese Hackers, Report Warns

A previously undisclosed portion of a U.S. Defense report lists the specific weapons system designs that it says have been at least partially …