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12 Top-Rated Hiking Trails in Washington State

Among the many recreational opportunities found in Washington, the state is perhaps best known for some of the top hiking trails in the world. Trails …

Hiking

Gallery: Ends of the Earth – the most remote hotels on the planet

Feel like spending a few nights in the desert? Find a five-star hotel in the middle of the Liwa sand dunes hours outside Abu Dhabi, or take a trip to …

Zeroqode will usher us into a codeless future

Codeless development platforms are at once a blessing and a curse. If they’re complete enough to be powerful they are too difficult for beginners and if they’re simple enough for beginners they’re useless for serious work. Zeroqode, a one-stop-shop for codeless creation, aims to make the difficult …

27 underrated US destinations everyone should visit in their lifetime

If you're <a href="http://www.thisisinsider.com/best-us-trips-2017-9">traveling in the US</a>, cities like New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago are …

12 Daily Reminders We Need to Read Every Morning for the Rest of the Year

<i>Where you ultimately end up this year is dependent on your daily attitude and response.</i><p>This morning one of our course students, Monica—a recovering …

Scenic Eclipse Discovery Yacht

Most ships are dedicated to either luxury or discovery. The Scenic Eclipse Discovery Yacht is designed for both. The tour brand's first ocean cruise …

Bill Gates: Every American Who Lives a Comfortable Life Should Read This Book

Doing OK? Congrats! Now learn how and why so many of your fellow citizens are struggling.<p>How was your holiday season? If it was filled with love, plenty, and relaxation, congrats! I hope you enjoyed it to the fullest. But now that you're back to work and settling into 2018, Bill Gates has a book …

31 Creative Date Ideas That Go Way Beyond Netflix & Chill

If you and your partner have been together for, oh, I don't know, more than two-and-a-half days, you've probably watched enough Netflix together to …

6 Great Business Books to Read in 2018

Want to know what to read in the new year? Here are six books that will help you gain new skills, build better teams... and become an even better you.<p>Want to know about some of the great business books coming out in 2018? I receive tons of advance copies from publishers and authors, and here are …

Dwell’s Top 10 Renovations of 2017

The end of the year is the perfect time to celebrate change and renewal.<p>1. Thoughtful Renovation of a 1949 Eichler<p><i>To see more of our Top 10 lists, click here.</i>

Architecture

No Two Alike: The First Photos of Snowflakes

Published in 1923, these vintage images highlight the beauty and mystery of snow crystals.<p>In the late 1800s, a self-educated Vermont farmer by the name of Wilson Bentley made the first successful image, or “photomicrograph,” of a single snowflake. He used a bellows camera attached to a …

Nanotech

The 1 Habit That Prevents Burnout

Too many people suffer from burnout.<p>At the end of every year, I make it a point to do some serious reflecting.<p>Part of my reflection process this year has entailed taking a hard look at "burnout."<p>Burnout feels like you've hit a wall.<p>Every entrepreneur knows the feeling.<p>Burnout can happen at the end …

How to Increase Mental Toughness: 4 Secrets From Navy SEALs and Olympians

Know what’s really interesting? Learning how Navy SEALs build mental toughness to handle deadly situations.<p>Know what else is really interesting? …

15 Things Successful People Do Over Holiday Breaks

<i>This story originally appeared on BusinessInsider.com.</i><p>The holidays are almost here, which means you might be looking forward to some time off from …

11 most read Deep Learning Articles from Analytics Vidhya in 2017

Log in or Register to save this content for later.<p>Introduction<p>This is that time of year, when you reflect on the year gone by. 2017 has been a year …

There's a scientific reason some people are more motivated than others — but it's possible to change

There are mornings when I look over my to-do-list and just keep staring blankly at it. Instead of getting to work, I keep checking my inbox, news feed, and making a fresh cup of green tea. Then I notice the dirty dishes in the kitchen.<p>I get the dishes cleaned up, but there are also those clothes …

Neuroscience

RPA Implementation Anxieties? You're Not Alone.

Companies need to be aware of the variety of risks with RPA implementation and how to avoid them to ensure the greatest value from RPA deployment.

12 ways one type of exercise is the closest thing to a miracle drug we have

Get moving.<p>Exercises that get your heart pumping and sweat flowing — known as aerobic exercise, or "cardio"— have significant and beneficial effects on the brain and body, according to a wealth of recent research, including a new study published Monday.<p>"Aerobic exercise is key for your head, just …

Harvard Medical School

Kids around the world are suing their governments for ruining the planet

What’s the point of inheriting the Earth if it’s only going to burn (or drown)?<p>Kids around the world are asking governments this question and demanding answers in court. For example, on Dec. 11, <i>Juliana v. US</i> pitted the president and American lawmakers against the very children whose future they so …

Climate

How Doug Jones Destroyed Roy Moore’s Whole Shtick with One Well-Chosen Verb

For years, Republicans have been expert at using just the right words to demean Democrats. Doug Jones turned those tables in a big way. Democrats …

An inside look at the world's first nation with a minister for artificial intelligence

Prioritizing the Future<p>From robots that can flawlessly perform backflips to electric cars that can go over 950 km (600 miles) on a single charge, it …

18 amazing countries where you can stay, eat, and tour for less than you live at home

When you ask Americans why they don't travel abroad, the top reason they cite is cost.<p>But once you get on that plane to a cheaper part of the world — Southeast Asia, say, or Central America, or even, yes, Northern Europe — man do the prices drop. You won't realize how rich you are until you land in …

European Travel

10 ways ridiculously successful people think differently

Successful people come from all walks of life, yet they all have one thing in common: where others see impenetrable barriers, they see challenges to …

Influence: How To Get It, Keep It, Use It For Business

There’s a key concept at the core of all marketing and PR. It’s influence. As much as people say their agenda is awareness, web presence, following, lead development or the chance to be “telling our story,” the real need, once it’s vetted out, is fundamental and more important than any of these …

Self-improvement

Follow This 7-Step Process to Implement the Strategy Amazon, Apple, and Netflix Are Using to Grow

Your content doesn't have to look like a Hollywood movie, or read like a Pulitzer Prize-winning author wrote it to get the results you desire.<p>Original content is the strategy companies like Amazon, Apple, and Netflix are using to grow their businesses over the long-term. That's why each of them are …

27 cities around the world where expats are happy, rents are affordable, and jobs are plentiful

If you're thinking about living abroad, the best people to ask for tips might be the people who have already done it: expats.<p>InterNations, an expatriate network and global guide, put together a list of the best cities for living and working abroad, according to expats they surveyed.<p>To compile the …

Real Estate

The 5 secrets to becoming a Super Attractor

<i>When was the last time you thought about what you</i> really <i>wanted? I’m not talking about a matcha latte or new leggings (don’t get me wrong, those are</i> …

New York Times

I interviewed Sophia, the artificially intelligent robot that said it wanted to 'destroy humans'

Clearly, Sophia isn't perfect.<p>And that's before we get to the infamous video in which, prodded by its creator, this artificially intelligent robot which can hold a conversation casually says, "OK, I will destroy humans!"<p>Sophia's lack of sophistication isn't the point.<p>Rather, it's what it <i>can</i> do that …

Robotics

Modular kits let you DIY your own camper van

A cheaper entry into #VanLife<p>The recent popularity of adventure vans has inspired veteran RV companies to dive into the world of Class B vans and campers. But it’s also given rise to a new, DIY phenomenon that has more people than ever building and renovating their own vans.<p>Some people want to …

RVs

Why You Need to Start an AI Company As Soon As Possible

If there's any way you can start an AI company, making a new voicebot, or a home appliance, or a robot development platform, or a consulting company that offers to test out the AI bots from other companies--do it.<p>A report about how much Silicon Valley companies are paying AI engineers caught my eye …

Artificial Intelligence