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9 essential tech skills anyone interested in startups should learn

This is the most practical travel gadget you'll ever use

<i>The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships so we may get a share of the revenue from your purchase.</i><p><b>Amazon</b> Whether for work or pleasure, traveling shouldn't be stressful. But if you're the type who can't stop using things with screens …

Gear & Gadgets

11 Fascinating Books on Harvard Business School’s Required Reading List

<i>Editor’s Note: This</i> <i>post</i> <i>originally appeared on</i> <i>HubSpot’s Marketing Blog</i><i>.</i><p>There’s no better time to revamp your reading list than summer. The question is …

Harvard Business School

A Simple Secret to Better Street Photography

What separates ‘standard’ street photography—the kind of photo that only holds your attention for a moment before, poof, you’re on to the next …

Photos: The Beautiful Architecture of India’s Ancient Stepwells

Over the past several years, Chicago-based journalist Victoria Lautman has traveled through India numerous times, visiting over 120 ancient stepwells …

Russian Photographer Captures The Beauty Of Women’s Bodies With B&W ‘Bodyscapes’

Russian photographer Anton Belovodchenko creates natural forms from nude female figures. Artfully shot, the suggestive photos look like sculptures of …

Alyssa Arce Is a Woman We Love of Instagram

Because she enjoys dogs, photo shoots, and censoring (when absolutely necessary).<p><i>In which we search social media's most visual platform for the world's most beautiful, badass women, then introduce them to you.</i><p><b>Lucky for the world, Alyssa Arce</b> (aka Miss July 2013) does not mind flaunting what she's …

The blitz: rare colour photographs – in pictures

As the 75th anniversary of the blitz – Germany’s sustained bombing campaign of the UK in the second world war – approaches, these beautiful and striking pictures show the famous bombsites, the tin helmets, the victory rolls and the carry-on spirit<p>Blitzed Brits is at IWM North, Manchester, from 11 …

Two "Fangirls" Travel the World to Perfectly Align Film and TV Stills with Their Filming Locations

Tiia hman and Satu Walden are two self-proclaimed fangirls on a quest to visit every filming location from their favorite movies and TV shows, all across the globe. Since late 2013, not only have the duo been on a global adventure, but they've also been documenting their trek around the world with …

Filmmaking

World view: incredible images of the Earth from above

Daily Overview is a New York-based website and Instagram account that showcases stunning, surprising and intriguing photographs of the Earth from the skies

38 Amazing Black and White Photographs of New York's Teenagers in the 1970s

In the early seventies, Joseph Szabo taught art and photography at Malverne High School on Long Island. Simultaneously, he continued his own …

Peter Lindbergh’s Women—Part 2!

In 1997, the photographer Peter Lindbergh published <i>Images of Women,</i> a tome filled with black-and-white portraits of some of the world’s most beautiful—from Veruschka to Kate Moss. So it’s about time that the iconic image maker, who at the age of 70 has yet to put down his camera, released a sequel.</i> …

Women's Fashion

Striking Street Photos Document the Vibrant Culture of NYC in the ’70s and ’80s

For over 30 years, every since his days as an NYU film student, Robert Herman has roamed the streets of New York City with his camera in hand to photograph the sights and people of his urban home. <i>The New Yorkers</i>, shot from 1978 to 2005 on Kodachrome color film, is his collection of candid photos …

New York City

Gritty Snapshots Document the Wandering Lifestyle of Train Hoppers 50,000 Miles Across the US

Mike Brodie was 17 years old when he first hopped a train in 2003, intending to ride the freight all the way from Pensacola, Florida to visit a friend in Mobile, Alabama. Instead, the train went in the opposite direction to Jacksonville, where Brodie spent a few days before making his way back home …

Florida

This Timelapse Shot in 10K Resolution Is Fantastically Bonkers

4K? That's so last year. 8K? Yesterday's news. This timelapse video was shot in an astonishing 10K resolution using an 80 megapixel camera. The level …

Welcome to New York: the city of dreams in the 70s and 80s – in pictures

Camilo José Vergara has spent four decades documenting the changing landscapes of US cities. In the second of our three-part series, Vergara captures New York City at street level, from the rise of the World Trade Centre in Manhattan to kids on a stoop in Harlem

Alfajores Are The Best Cookie You've Never Heard Of

It's no secret that we here at HuffPost Taste have a bit of a sweet tooth. We relentlessly put together one dessert round-up after another (ahem, like this collection of 100 chocolate recipes or this one of the best flourless cakes). We discover bakeries we love, and then obsess about them …

Photo highlights of the day

The Guardian’s picture editors bring you a selection of the best photographs from around the world, including Capoeira in Havana, an 800-year-old Chinese statue getting a face lift, falcon training in Abu Dhabi and flamenco fashion in Spain

The Story Behind the Photo of Shaimaa al-Sabbagh's Dying Moments

Socialist Popular Alliance Party activist Shaimaa al-Sabbagh receives help after she was shot during a protest by the pa<p>... VIEW MORE<p>Islam Osman—Youm …

Brothers Grimm-Inspired Photos Reveal Haunting Fairytale Worlds

German photographer Kilian Schnberger transports viewers to magical, mysterious worlds through his fairytale-inspired series <i>Brothers Grimm's Wanderings</i>. A sequel to his previous series <i>Brothers Grimm's Homeland</i>, this collection of atmospheric photographs shot throughout Central Europe evokes the …

Central Europe

Watch Kevin Spacey Perform 'Piano Man' With Billy Joel

Billy Joel was honored with the Library of Congress’ Gershwin Prize for Popular Song in a star-studded celebration that aired Friday night on PBS, …

19 global events worth traveling for in 2015

The Theory of Everything review – Stephen Hawking biopic finds gravity

Photograph: Liam Daniel/AP<p>Redmayne brings unforced intelligence to his performance as Stephen Hawking. Photograph: Liam Daniel/AP<p>276<p>http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2014/12/30/1419948799526/4feead3c-0926-44ec-ac8f-5bee352694a3-460x276.jpeg<p>460<p>Photograph: Liam …

Meet the Amateur Street Photographer Taking China by Storm

Street View<br>Tao Liu<p>1 of 15<p>Early in October, in the third-tier Chinese city of Hefei in the province of Anhui, the young street photographer Tao Liu …

Jacques Pépin’s Reverse Manhattan Is a Brilliant Low-Alcohol Drink

Jacques Pépin's favorite holiday cocktail is the perfect low-alcohol drink.<p><i>After a night on the line, most chefs have a go-to drink, from cheap beer</i> …

Sense: A gadget to change the way we sleep

British entrepreneur James Proud, 23, presents a white sphere the size of a tennis ball covered in a criss-cross pattern. “It is beautiful,” he says, when asked to describe it. “It doesn’t look like a piece of technology. We wanted to make something people actually want to put on their bedside …

Understanding Composition & Why Not Doing So Is Undermining Your Work

Composition, as a term, stems from the latin for ‘put together.’ It can refer to the action, or strictly as a noun, and it doesn’t solely apply to …

'Ghost In The Shell Online' FPS Finally Revealed

Nexon has at last revealed their Ghost in the Shell Online FPS at G-Star 2014 in Korea. The game is clearly based around the style and characters as seen in the Stand Alone Complex anime (rather than the manga or original films). This is not overly surprising as Nexon secured the rights for this …

Striking Pictures From International Space Station Reveal Gorgeous Earth

This is the kind of music you should listen to at work

They say that listening to Mozart makes a person smarter, but it is not only classical music that boosts mental activity.<p>Nine out of 10 workers perform better when listening to music, according to a study that found 88pc of participants produced their most accurate test results and 81pc completed …