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Why Marketers Struggle To Understand Analytics

I want to understand why marketers struggle with digital analytics. I’ve spent close to a decade helping companies navigate digital technology; and at the heart of my work, there has been an emphasis to properly measure and account for my efforts.<p>I’ve learned that it doesn’t matter what industry …

California Court Upholds City's Gun Restrictions

Signaling a major win for gun control advocates, a California court ruled Wednesday that a city's ban on high-capacity gun magazines is both constitutional and in the best interest of a city trying to curb gun violence.<p>The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a ruling that the Sunnyvale, …

The Furious Theater of Women’s Professional Wrestling in Japan

It is not well known, but Japan has a unique heritage of women’s professional wrestling.<p>The birth of the sport now known in Japan as <i>joshi puroresu</i> …

The Top 50 Cities To See In Your Lifetime

Buena Vista Images via Getty Images<p>With our ever-expanding bucket lists, it's sometimes easy to lose sight of the essentials. Well, we've gone to the community of travelers at minube.net with a simple goal: find the greatest destinations on Earth. From the great ancient capitals to the modern …

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Articles about transformative apartment renovation brooklyn on Dwell.com - Dwell

A cramped apartment in a prewar apartment building becomes an inviting space for a young family.<p>When graphic designers Jeanette and Mike Abbink left behind their loft in San Francisco—with collected ephemera, a voluminous...<p>A couple takes a minimalist approach to their Brooklyn apartment, focusing …

András’s Geneva

TravelWhere the Locals Go<p>Though born in Budapest, <b>András Barta</b> has called Geneva home since he was just a baby. This Jack-of-all-trades couch-surfing enthusiast–who has worked as a bookseller, financial advisor, bartender, and flight attendant–is now helping to lead a small business while writing …

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Stephanie’s Taipei

TravelWhere the Locals Go<p><b>Stephanie Hsu</b>, who hails from New Jersey, relocated to Taipei on a “winter-break whim” and has never looked back. She now spends her days studying business at National Taiwan University and blogging about the place she calls home on her website, The Thousandth Girl. Here …

Sharada’s Hyderabad

TravelWhere the Locals Go<p>When <b>Sharada Annamaraju</b> moved to <b>Hyderabad</b> as a teenager, it wasn’t exactly love at first sight. But time and distance can change a person. Eight years (and one language learned) later, she decided to give the capital of Andhra Pradesh in southern India another chance. This …

Emma’s Philadelphia

TravelWhere the Locals Go<p><b>Emma Fried-Cassorla</b> can probably get away with saying she’s from the City of Brotherly Love after spending most of her life there. In addition to working a day job in communications at the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation, this hometown enthusiast shares her insider …

Emily’s Oxford

TravelWhere the Locals Go<p>Nat Geo Young Explorer <b>Emily Ainsworth</b> was born and raised in <b>Oxford, England</b>. After studying at her hometown’s prestigious university, the audacious anthropologist joined the circus in Mexico, performing nightly as a dancer in the ring while producing an award-winning …

Oliver’s Frankfurt

TravelWhere the Locals Go<p><b>Oliver Weiss</b> is a born and bred Frankfurter. And though he’s a fervent traveler, he’s always happy to return to his home base–which he describes as a village with a “touch of city.” In fact, Oliver has so much love for his hometown that he’s willing to share his insider …

Erika’s Bogotá

TravelWhere the Locals Go<p>Nat Geo Student Expeditions leader <b>Erika Skogg</b> is a photographer, writer, and educator with a passion for travel. After braving the frozen tundra of Wisconsin in her youth, Erika made the move to sunny Bogotá, <b></b>where she has been working as a media producer for Off Bound …

Paul’s Johannesburg

TravelWhere the Locals Go<p>Travel journalist <b>Paul Steyn</b> hails from Jozi, or <b>Johannesburg</b>–South Africa’s largest city. After serving as a guide throughout Africa for some years, he went on to edit a prominent travel magazine in Africa. Right now he’s a freelance writer and photographer focused on …

Pamela’s Quebec City

TravelWhere the Locals Go<p>Quebec City resident <b>Pamela MacNaughtan</b> left her career behind to pursue her dream of long-term travel in 2010, and hasn’t looked back. This self-proclaimed “bacon addict” isn’t only led by her taste buds; she’s also attracted to the unusual and adventurous side of travel. …

While working for UNICEF in Haiti - I was photographing this family outside of their home during a rainstorm with an amazing double rainbow in the background. @stevewinterphoto @natgeo @thephotosociety @ngcreative #picoftheday #photooftheday #me #happy #beautiful #love #follow #canon #UNICEF

Today the latest installment of my work on child marriage was published in The New York Times Sunday Review, this time from Guatemala. The article titled "Child, Bride, Mother" can be seen at nyti.ms/1C1KC68 and focuses on the health and psychological issues that these early unions and pregnancies can have on these young girls and their babies. In this photo we meet Sandra, 14, who was married three years ago and now has a 5-month-old son, Alexander.

Photograph by @JohnStanmeyer Portrait of a man in #India at a sunflower oil extraction factory located in the Punjab region. This factory not only extracts oil from sunflowers but their production rotates via harvest season when they extract oil from rice bran, mustard seeds, cotton seeds and castor seed oil. Going Back in the Archive — I took this portrait while on the National Geographic story, End of Plenty, a story that looked at how we feed ourselves due to a growing population and rising food prices. For reasons I cannot remember, we visited this sunflower factory. While the narration of sunflowers in connection to food security didn’t work specially for the story, I recalled walking into this room of the factory, seeing this incredibly handsome and stoic man sitting there, starring right at me. I asked him if I could take his portrait, not to move nor change his exact position from seconds earlier when walking in. This is one of only a few photographs I took and while I'm not a portrait photographer, I often see this fine gentleman in the minds eye, poetic, determined and elegant within the environment he works in. All my best, John Stanmeyer #onassignment @NatGeo @NatGeoCreative #portrait #machines #man #punjab

Emma pretending to be uninterested in the food I'm eating ~ dinner recently on the farm in #Otis, #WesternMA. Emma is my son, @richardstanmeyer, best friend. A Dogue de Bordeaux or French Mastiff, she's 110 lbs of love and food sniffing passion. #DogueDeBordeaux #FrenchMastiff #dog #eyes #love

Photo by @TimLaman on assignment with NatGeo Expeditions in Antarctica. This Black-browed Albatross flew near our ship as we emerged from the Beagle Channel and headed to the Drake Passage just before sunset. Black-browed are one of the more common, medium sized Albatrosses, at up to a 2.5 m wingspan. #Antarctica, #bird, #albatross, @thephotosociety, @natgeocreative, @TimLaman.

Fighting Over Herring—the Little Fish That Feeds Multitudes

Pacific herring stocks are shadows of their former abundance. But the Canadian government wants to reopen fishing off British Columbia.<p>The Pacific herring—an oily, silvery, schooling fish—is rarely high on the list of marine animals people fret about.<p>But for the second straight year, the Canadian …

U.S. Little League champs lose title for using ineligible players

<b>(CNN) —</b> They made America feel good, those kids from Chicago's South Side who beat the odds and beat all contenders en route to the U.S. Little League championship.<p>But now those feelings, like the championship, are no more.<p>Little League International announced Wednesday that it is vacating all of …

How Jon Stewart changed politics

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> To gauge Jon Stewart's impact on American politics, try to imagine a presidential election without him.<p>The last time that happened was in 1996 when Bill Clinton faced off against Bob Dole.<p>"The Daily Show" host's hordes of millennial fans and political junkies will soon find out …

Obama ISIS fight request sent to Congress

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> President Barack Obama on Wednesday made the case for Congress to formally authorize the use of military force in the war against ISIS, declaring that congressional passage of the measure makes the U.S. "strongest" in the fight, and that "ISIL is going to lose."<p>"Now, make no …

This State GOP Lawmaker Is Waging A War Against Yoga Pants

Montana state Rep. David Moore (R) is not a fan of yoga pants.<p>According to the AP, the Republican introduced a bill Tuesday that would extend the already-existing indecent exposure law to include any article of clothing that reveals the nipples -- men's or women's -- or "gives the appearance or …

The Only Move You Need for Instant Stress Relief

Calmness and clarity from one simple yoga pose? Yes, please!<p>Welcome to one of my favorite yoga poses! Legs-up-the-Wall is an amazing cure-all posture. It relieves stress, combats insomnia, soothes tired legs, and brings all-over relief to an overworked body and mind. Use this posture anytime you …

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