Kenneth Bautista

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22 Things You're Doing Wrong

It's okay. These little tricks will help you become the highly advanced human you've always dreamed of being.

Matthew McConaughey Defends Justin Bieber's Distaste For Shirts (VIDEO)

Justin Bieber has gotten a lot of criticism for his fashion choices, whether he's wearing a brightly-colored hat on the street or a pair of overalls to meet the Canadian prime minister. Lately, however, it's his propensity for shirtlessness that's been making headlines.<p>Lucky for us, MTV enlisted …

The World Is Divided Into Two Types of Humans; Artists and Everyone Else

Artists see the world differently than ordinary humans. Artists can have all the money in the world, or no money or some money, but no amount of money can buy their happiness, nor can fame, nor can glory, as no amount of these human pleasures get the artist's joystick going!<p>What is happiness for an …

Bon Appétit Magazine: Recipes, Cooking, Entertaining, Restaurants

Precooked Bacon: Why You Should Never Buy It

We know we've been on a bit of a bacon kick lately. We suspect you're all pretty much okay with it. Between our guide on how to cook bacon, our catalogue of bacon mistakes we've all made and our ode to all things wrapped in bacon, we realized something truly horrifying: some of you are buying …

Coca-Cola Taste Test: Is The Soda Best In A Can, Bottle Or Fountain?

In the realm of soft drink preferences, there are many great debates. Coke or Pepsi? Regular or diet? What's it called, anyway -- soda, pop or Coke? Those with answers are rarely meek in expressing them. These, they reason, are black and white issues. Choose a side and stick to it.<p>It was in this …

Is Cooking School Really Worth It? Culinary Institute Walkout Renews the Debate

Ninety students, or a little more than one fifth of its bachelors enrollees, walked out of classrooms at the Culinary Institute of America’s main …

A Dozen Things You Didn't Know About Doughnuts

For example, eating doughnuts makes you sexier. Depending who you ask, anyway.

Here's What A 14-Year-Old McDonald's Hamburger Looks Like

Spoiler alert: EXACTLY the same as it did the day it was purchased in 1999. Doooooooooood.

Sifted: French Toast Grilled Cheese + The Trendiest Spring Ingredient

French Toast Grilled Cheese by Culinary Cool<p><b>5 Hot</b> <b>Links We're Loving:</b><p>Filled with apples and caramel, <i>Culinary Cool’s</i><b>French toast grilled cheese</b> is a …

Cocktail Overhaul: Lemon Drop

The Lemon Drop was one of the most popular cocktails in the US in the later part of the 20th century. It <i>should</i> follow a simple formula of spirit, lemon, and sweetener, but sadly, in many bars the drink disintegrated into a candied mess. It's time to give the Lemon Drop the glory it deserves.<p>As with …

7 Very Strange Plates Of Nachos That Still Look Delicious

Luckily, basically anything tastes good on a tortilla chip.<p>In 2008, Lee Frank and Rachel Anderson started Nachos NY, an entire website dedicated to reviewing New York City's nacho offerings. (A best-nachos map with its mini tortilla chip icons is one great feature of that website.) Now they're …

Bon Appétit Magazine: Recipes, Cooking, Entertaining, Restaurants

Twelve Terrific Dairy Substitutes

• <b>Author:</b> Stephanie Weaver<p>Make your own vegan cheese, yogurt, mayo and margarine! Cheaper and much tastier than store-bought, this e-book brings you the best 12 recipes for dairy alternatives from The Recipe Renovator blog. Complete with an ingredient list, quick recipes, and one more complex artisan …

Breakfast Cereal Pops!

Toddlers need treatment for iPad addiction?

I understand that one of the main joys of parenting a toddler involves keeping the little one amused.<p>Amused, as in quiet.<p>Ever since the iPad came along, with its bright colors and infinite range of games and pictures, it has seemed like an ideal tool to keep baby happy. This happiness, however, is …

Computer kids: Does your child need a digital detox?

Addiction to computers can affect youngsters both physically and mentally. But one doctor helps screen addicts as young as four to break the habit<p>Not so long ago, my daughter trailed into the sitting room and thrust her iPod Touch into my hands.<p>“What is it now?” I demanded wearily. “Do you want me …

Five ways Apple has lost its bite

The breathtaking expansion of the world's most successful technology company has skidded to a halt. Tonight Apple is expected to post its worst …

Tim Cook teases 'exciting new product category' and 'more surprises' from Apple in the fall

During Apple's Q2 investor call, CEO Tim Cook teased "the potential of exciting new product categories," and suggested that the company will announce new products in the fall. "We've got a lot more surprises in the works," Cook said. "Our teams are hard at work on some amazing new hardware, …

Tim Cook On Larger-Screen iPhones: Don’t Expect Them Any Time Soon

- Apr 24, 2013<p>Among the many topics address by Tim Cook during yesterday’s quarterly results conference call, Cook took a moment to discuss rumors …

Telepathy One guns for Google Glass

Samsung Galaxy S4 review

Years ago, people either bought an iPhone or “a Droid." Verizon’s marketing power, those insane robot ads, and maybe that just-close-enough naming convention made the carrier's Android phones virtually synonymous with their operating system.<p>But now I hear people every day saying "Oh, is that the …

Boot up: Cook v Ballmer, Google fails to stop iPhone, Google Now home?, and more

A burst of 9 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology team<p>The Reason Stick: The Conspiracy Theory Flowchart "THEY" Don't Want You To …

Apple Won’t Build a Lousy Five-Inch iPhone, but It May Build a Good One

Marco Arment<p>Apple’s not going to launch a five-inch iPhone until it’s good and ready. And until it does, it would like everyone to know that the …

Tim Cook

Apple: Newest victim of the law of large numbers

Give Tim Cook his due. The man could sweet talk the spots off a leopard and the big cat would be left feeling awfully proud about his suddenly spanking new coat of gold.<p>So it was that following Apple's second-quarter earnings report on Tuesday Cook came across in the company's conference call with …