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Review: The North Face’s Access Pack is a backpack design that fizzles

I<p>t doesn’t happen very often, but sometimes backpack designs get creative. Typically, backpacks are boring, with little variation in their shape, their materials — even their colors. But every once in a while someone tries to shake things up and out comes something worth taking a look at. Today’s …

Backpacking

Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 detailed

In a special event coinciding with Dreamhack in Austin, TX, Nvidia revealed to the world the name, specs, and design of their upcoming graphics …

What No One Tells You About Commuting On A Motorcycle

When I left the world of writing about cars and bikes and tech in the back of a garage in my boxers, one thing was clear: commuting was happening. …

The Top 10 Best Jobs You Can Do from Home

Earn a steady paycheck without ever leaving your house.<p>Earn a steady paycheck without ever leaving your house. These easy work-at-home job ideas will have you earning cash in no time.

Three newly discovered Earth-sized planets may be prime spot to hunt alien life

Astronomers searching for life beyond our solar system may need to look no farther than a little, feeble nearby star.<p>A Belgian-led team reported Monday that it's discovered three Earth-sized planets orbiting an ultra-cool dwarf star less than 40 light-years away. It's the first time planets have …

How Great Leaders Keep Top Performers Happy and Productive

A disengaged work force can destroy a company's value. Invest in the difference makers, and you will see a remarkable ROI.<p>When asked what their company's No. 1 asset is, smart leaders will answer that it's their employees. Yet a whopping 50 percent of employees who leave a company do so because of …

Employee Engagement

10 Of New York City’s Most Surprising Animals

It really is a concrete jungle<p>Broadway, the Empire State Building, shopping on Fifth Avenue—New York City is best known for its culture and man-made infrastructure. But you don’t need pure wilderness to find nature; the city in fact contains diverse and productive ecosystems. Sure, we have rats and …

​This Haunting Survivor Artwork Depicts the Horror of Nuclear Weapons

These illustrations by atom bomb survivors are a chilling reminder of the visceral power of visual storytelling.<p>Seventy years after the Cold War, the threat of the Atomic Age is greater than ever. Nine countries have stockpiles of nuclear weapons thousands deep and more powerful than the atom bomb …

Is the Universe a Simulation? Scientists Debate

NEW YORK — Is the universe just an enormous, fantastically complex simulation? If so, how could we find out, and what would that knowledge mean for …

Dark Matter

The Panama Papers: what's been revealed so far?

The unprecedented leak of 11.5m files is causing upheaval across the globe. Here is what has been revealed by the Guardian<p>The leak of 11.5m files from the Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca continues to create upheaval around the world. The documents were leaked to the German daily Süddeutsche …

Corruption

Dying art of Chinese cormorant fishing - in pictures

Photographs show insight into a dying 1,000-year-old tradition. Sailing peacefully across the river Li in Guilin, men fish without the aid of a rod, hook or bait, instead using a method which was first practised in 960AD

Fish

The Quality That Destroys So Many Good Leaders

<i>The MPW Insider network is an online community where the most thoughtful and influential people in business contribute answers to timely questions</i> …

March 2015

Traditional Burial Is Polluting the Planet. So Where Will We All Go When We Die?

Half a billion people are going to die in the next decade — and we can't keep cramming their caskets into the Earth.<p>Every year, tens of millions of …

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