Life, eh. What it's all about? We might not have the right answers, but we do have some of the right questions. BuzzFeed spoke to Mark Rowlands, a Welsh writer, philosopher, and professor of philosophy
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This guy used a frequent-flyer loophole to take a $60,000 trip in a first-class suite on Emirates — here's what it was like
Travel blogger Sam Huang recently cashed in his Alaska Airlines frequent-flyer miles for a $60,000 trip around the world, and luckily he took plenty of pictures documenting what it was like. "Unlimited
Sometimes you just want a caffeine hit to wake you up, but if you appreciate the finer points of a cup of coffee, it’s worth going right down to the chemistry of the water, milk, sugar – and salt As a
No more than six months after the launch of Forbes’ inaugural Next Billion Dollar Startups list (produced with TrueBridge Capital Partners), the list is already outdated. And in the best way possible.
And what better perspective than from space? Climate change due to human activity is causing visible shifts on our planet, and NASA is uniquely positioned to observe these effects. "If we continue on current
Faced with a dizzying array of challenges they seem unable to overcome, utilities should embrace them all, according to experts who schooled utility executives in Los Angeles this week. “The utility has
You don’t need to commit a lot of time to make a big difference in your career path and financial future. We get it—you’re crazy busy. But what if we told you that you could do wonders for your career
Rooftop solar power is booming. And as more and more consumers discover that prices for solar power are falling, they're slapping panels on their roofs and buying less energy from the power companies.
Peak performance experts say things like, “You should focus. You need to eliminate the distractions. Commit to one thing and become great at that thing.” This is good advice. The more I study successful
Whether you're interviewing for your first job or hoping to move up the career ladder in your current position, there are a few phrases you can use to help. These 15 phrases can help establish you as positive
Psychological research suggests there are plenty of ways to get people to do what you want — without them even realizing you've persuaded them. We've rounded up 11 science-backed strategies for getting
That is, until you have to edit the footage. Slogging through hours upon hours of footage can be a major pain point for action camera users. Now one startup is taking a stab at solving it by releasing
For a founder who wears many hats in his or her organization, having an assistant eases the burden of having to handle less important, yet nonetheless timely tasks. In order to truly make this a worthwhile
And you might think you approach all those decisions rationally. Yet research suggests there are a huge number of cognitive stumbling blocks that can affect our behavior, preventing us from acting in own
Sierra Designs Flash 3UL BEST FOR: Backpacking any time rain is in the forecast. THE TEST: At first it might seem crazy that the Flash ($499) doesn’t have vestibules over its two waterproof doors. But
For a lot of people, technology can feel like the root of all stress. A constant torrent of emails, social media notifications, text messages and chats can be overwhelming and unforgiving. At the same
As entrepreneurs, we often have periods when we are frenetically trying to balance a million work-related things at once, but it is neither effective nor sustainable to operate that way. At the end of