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Breathtaking Photos Celebrate the Wild Beauty of Patagonia’s Untouched Landscapes

“Majestic” is one word that instantly comes to mind as you browse through Andy Lee‘s portfolio of landscape photography. Shot on a recent trip to Chile, the photographer's images of the sweeping scenery embrace the power and solemn glory of the country's natural beauty. In contrast to Lee's …

Photography

Capturing the Hauntingly Beautiful Atmosphere of the Dutch Woodlands

Nelleke Pieters‘ photographs perfectly encapsulate the haunting beauty of the woods. Based in Holland, the amateur photographer manages to extract a certain poignant atmosphere from the trees and leaves in the forest where she shoots. From fleeting appearances of wildlife, to delicate light streams …

Photography

Israeli Jews and Arabs Take a Stand By Kissing for Peace and Love

In the name of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Israel's Ministry of Education recently banned author Dorit Rabinyan's <i>Borderline–</i>because it's a love story featuring an Israeli translator and a Palestinian artist. In response, magazine Time Out Tel Aviv created a project establishing that love can …

Israel

Visually Soothing Arrangements of Everyday Objects Offer Comfort in an Overstimulated World

For years, we've marveled at the beautifully meticulous arrangements by Nashville-based photographer Emily Blincoe. Her aesthetically pleasing compositions organize objects according to their shape, color, and size, to great effect–they delight us with their ability to find uniformity in an …

Interview: 16-Year-Old Artist Dimitra Milan Paints Her Wildest Dreams

Sixteen-year-old artist Dimitra Milan grew up surrounded by art and has since worked to cultivate her own unique style. Four years ago, she began painting when her parents opened Arizona's Milan Art Institute, allowing her to take any class that caught her attention. From classical oil techniques …

Art

Make Time for the Work That Matters

More hours in the day. It’s one thing everyone wants, and yet it’s impossible to attain. But what if you could free up significant time—maybe as much as 20% of your workday—to focus on the responsibilities that really matter?<p>We’ve spent the past three years studying how knowledge workers can become …

TNW's Handwriting Challenge: Has typing made your penmanship worse? #TNWwrites

When our sole method of communication is typing on keyboards, it’s rare to see anyone’s penmanship these days.<p>I don’t know about you, but I love looking at different people’s handwriting. Not necessarily for the purpose of analyzing it for personality traits (though many are into that too), but …

Calligraphy

The 10 Best Songs of July 2015

From new Wilco to 50 Cent's ballsy return, listen to what the month had to offer. Plus: Listen to all the best songs of the year on Esquire Spotify.

50 Cent

This is what The Grid's 'AI' website builder looks like

You might have heard about The Grid — it’s been endlessly running banner advertising on every tech website out there for the last few months. What you might not know is what it actually is.<p>On first look at its landing page, I thought it wasn’t real. The company claims it uses “artificial …

Web Design

Why Some Men Pretend to Work 80-Hour Weeks

In many professional jobs, expectations that one be an “ideal worker”—fully devoted to and available for the job, with no personal responsibilities or interests that interfere with this commitment to work—are widespread. We often think of problems with these expectations as women’s problems. But …

This Lexus Lights Up to Display its Driver's Heartbeat

In a stunt to promote its RC F model, Lexus has designed a car that displays its driver's heartbeat rate by showing its rhythm in "biometric" paint …

Advertising Industry

Your Agency Hates You and You Don't Even Know It

We've all been there. You have briefed your agency, waited for what seems like forever, and finally it is the day when you will see this amazing work …

'The Pitch' is a podcast version of 'Shark Tank' for startups

If you’re a fan of Shark Tank, or indeed pitch events in general, you’ll already be familiar with the format.<p>Fledgling companies or entrepreneurs take to a stage to explain their ideas to potential investors in a bid to try and score some cash.<p>Do you want to be a cryptocurrency millionaire?Don't …

10 Things Fit, Healthy People Do Differently Every Day

I’m not too deep a thinker when it comes to why I exercise. Having started gymnastics at six years old, fitness was an integral part of my childhood …

Self-esteem

The paradox of measuring happiness

The best of the week’s long reads in science and technology, including Silicon Valley’s resurgence and why suicide rates are highest in the happiest places.<p>Food | Two months of soylent<p>Consumer review of the powdered meal-replacement mix which claims to be a complete adult food. “Soylent is a …

7 razones por las que el email marketing es el gran aliado de las pequeñas empresas

Si usted es propietario de un pequeño negocio sabrá de buena tinta que siempre hay cosas que hacer. Cuando somos nuestros propios jefes, la cabeza no …

6 web design trends taking over the Internet

We’re already halfway through 2015, and in the last few months we’ve seen many trends come and go. What has not gone, however, is the deliberate movement to get back to the basics without unnecessary features.<p>The days of cluttered pages overflowing with information have passed, and they’re being …

How a Resume Full of Failures Was Actually a Huge Success

A creative exec decided to list his warts, rather than his genius, on his resume. Here's what you can learn from him.<p><i>Absurdly Driven</i> <i>looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek.</i><p>I wouldn’t want to suggest that honesty is always the best policy.<p>Indeed, I’ve …

The productivity trick one author used to write over 40 books

Over the next 38 years, he published 47 novels, 18 works of non-fiction, 12 short stories, 2 plays, and an assortment of articles and letters.<p>Trollope achieved his incredible productivity by writing in 15-minute intervals for three hours per day.<p>His strategy is explained in Mason Currey's book, …

Time Management

Setting the Record Straight on Switching Jobs

<i>“Stay in a job for at least two years.”</i> <i>“Never leave a job until you have your next one lined up.”</i> Everyone from your mother to your mentor has advice about the best way to switch jobs. But how can you know whom to trust? Especially since what was true in the job market 20 years ago — even two years …

Men's Fashion, Style, Grooming, Fitness, Lifestyle, News & Politics

Cars<p>One (possibly delusional) man’s argument for the nexus of high fashion and long cars.<p>By Jon Wilde20 hours agoView More<p>Best Dressed<p><i>GQ</i>-approved …

Apple is hiding its newest Hong Kong store behind this gorgeous barricade

Apple has always had a way of capturing attention with its retail stores. But with its yet-to-be-opened store in Hong Kong, it is captivating the …

The 7 Best Food Combinations for Weight Loss

Would you pay top dollar for a comedy performance by…Peele? Or expect a great film from a singular Coen brother? Or rock to the sounds of just one of …

4 tips to make any team agile

The goal of agile programming is to provide early and continuous delivery of valuable software. But it’s not so easy to implement methodologies that can deliver on the agile promise, and the blame typically lands on people: they’re just not the tech elite.<p>Agile is an iterative software development …

Project Management

Analyzing How Women Speak

Upspeak, saying “sorry” or “just” too often, and vocal fry are a few linguistic tendencies attributed to the undermining of women in the workplace. Both men and women have called for their demise, claiming that—aside from sounding bad—they make women seem subordinate. But are women the ones that …

Language

10 Companies That Are Probably Going Public in the Next Year

As so-called unicorns -- or private companies that boast valuations in excess of $1 billion -- become more and more commonplace, today’s IPO market has slowed significantly. If companies can continue to raise gobs of private equity, the thinking goes, then why withstand the scrutiny and liability …

Venture Capital

El próximo mercado en caer: América Latina

Grecia necesita un rescate y el mercado de valores de China está en modo de crisis. Pero la economía mundial tiene otra alerta roja en aumento: …

Awe-Inspiring Opera Houses Seen From The Stage

The flamboyant architecture of opera houses is meant to match the drama of the performances they hold. These structures, many of which are hundreds of years old, put attendees in a state of awe before the show even starts. Even today, when we can go to any ugly movie theater and watch hours of 3-D …

17 things keeping you from getting rich, according to a journalist who spent his career studying millionaires

In addition to boiling down the "secret" to building wealth in 13 principles, he revealed 30 "major causes of failure" that hold many of us back from getting rich.<p>Here are 17 that are still relevant today.

Self-improvement