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12 high-paying side jobs you can do in your free time

If you’re looking to earn some extra money, gain experience in a new field or industry, fill some free time, or find a summer gig, side jobs can fill …

Employment

The 20 Colleges in the World That Have Created the Most Millionaires and Billionaires

Only one is located outside of the U.S.<p>No college degree can guarantee you wealth, but a handful of schools have a proven track record of minting …

3 Stocks With Jaw-Dropping Growth Potential

If you have the risk tolerance to try to catch the next big thing, here are three stocks to look at.<p>I'm a firm believer in maintaining a portfolio …

Investing

The 1-Pan, 3-Ingredient, High-Protein Recipe You Can Eat Any Meal of the Day

Looking for an easy high-protein, high-fiber meal that's perfect for breakfast, lunch, or dinner? All you need for this recipe are basically three ingredients, one pan, and your oven.<p>For just over 400 calories, this roasted tofu, sweet potato, and bell pepper dish offers 34 grams of protein and 7.9 …

Scientists think they found proof of a parallel universe

Composite; NASA<p>Scientists believe they may have discovered evidence of a parallel universe that crashed into our own in a galactic impact mirroring a …

Why A Surgeon Taught A Non-Doctor To Do Brain Surgery

Dr. Dilantha Ellegala, a brain surgeon, trained someone who isn't a doctor to do brain surgery.<p>That is the story featured in the new book <i>A Surgeon in the Village</i> by journalist Tony Bartelme.<p>This unlikely turn of events had its origins in 2006, when Ellegala was volunteering for a short stint at …

The Brain

Inside Facebook's plan to eat another $350 billion IT market

He suggested doing something that had never been done before and could upend the $350 billion telecommunication market.<p>"It can't be so difficult to build our own system," the engineer said, referring to the telecom equipment that sends data across cables and wireless networks, a system that could …

Telecoms

8 Ways Cutthroat Work Cultures Suck The Life Out Of You

Far too many companies believe that a cutthroat pressure-cooker culture gets results. They think that the harder they crack that whip, the better people will perform.<p>Cutthroat business culture is so prevalent that it's a cliché in our society, being the inspiration for countless TV shows and …

The Workplace

How the brain stores memories | Daniel Glaser

Memory loss is gradual but, unlike computers, we have inbuilt backups<p>Every week there is a new dementia study, raising hopes that we can find a way to halt memory loss. Interestingly, in any form of dementia our memories don’t vanish immediately but fade gradually – our memory systems have a …

Memory Loss

10 Steps to Creating the Life You Actually Want

Too many people are living in circumstances that they are not happy with. They do not know that they can actually have the life they want. Some have …

Tesla’s price shock: Solar + battery as cheap as grid power

Last week, Tesla launched their Powerwall 2.0 residential battery storage system, a little less than a year after Powerwall 1.0.<p>Compared to Powerwall …

Clean Energy

10 Gadgets to Help You Be More Productive in Life

With everything we do in our daily lives, it’s often difficult to maintain a proper work-life balance. Most of the times it is because you are not in …

DIY "junkyard battery" inspired by ancient blueprint stores energy cheaply

Inspired by a millennia-old blueprint and two of the most abundant scrap metals in the US, scientists have developed a battery prototype that could …

Microsoft 'Ends' Windows 7 And Windows 8

For Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 this is the end. The final curtain. The fat lady is singing.<p>Fulfilling the long term promise on its Windows lifecycle page, Microsoft has confirmed ‘End of sales’ for both the most popular operating system ever made and perhaps the most disliked (however unfairly) …

Windows 10

What's the Best Way to Get Toned Fast: Bodyweight Exercises or Strength Training?

Get the definition you want.<p>When it comes to building muscle, it seems there are two schools of thought on how to get toned: lift weights or use your own body weight. Let's get one thing straight: There's no loser here. “Both can be great for building strength and tone if done correctly,” says …

Mini solar panel is actually a socket for the window

Simply called “Window Socket”<p>If the idea of outfitting your roof with solar panels—whether with Tesla’s more aesthetically pleasing version or not—is too daunting, then perhaps you can embark on your green energy campaign by starting small.<p>Showing at Dubai Design Week during the Global Grad Show …

Green Design

How to Build a Go-Cart With Simple Tools and No Welder

Just because you don't have a welder doesn't mean you can't build your own mini driving machine.<p>Acquiring tools is a lifelong process. You probably started as a teenager with some screwdrivers, a wrench set and a hammer—but a welder is one of the last things you add to the collection, if you ever …

Women ask for pay increases as often as men but receive them less, study says

Findings seem to debunk perception that women lack assertiveness when negotiating salaries, a common explanation for wage gap<p>Men and women ask for pay increases at the same rate, according to a new study, which seems to debunk one of the most common explanations cited for the persistence of a …

The One Thing That is a Better Indicator of Success Than Talent (According to Science)

The trait that takes you from average to spectacular is not your IQ.<p>You are unique, and so is everyone else. Success means a lot to every person. It's a weighted combination of power, status, money, family, and work. You can define success in your own terms, because what brings you fulfillment and …

The Perfect Hot Artichoke and Spinach Dip Recipe

"This rich and cheesy hot artichoke and spinach appetizer offers a flavor surprise: the mild heat of chopped fresh jalapeno! Goes great with sliced …

Tesla Unveils Electric-Car Battery With a 315-Mile Range

The company says its new ‘Ludicrous’ P100D will be the ‘fastest car in the world’<p>Tesla Motors Inc. said it is offering its electric vehicles with a battery capable of going up to 315 miles on a charge, the first time a major auto maker has provided that much electric range in a vehicle.<p>The company …

Electric Vehicles

Mild bump to head increases risk of psychiatric problems and early death

Suffering even a mild bump to the head can leave people at greater risk of psychiatric problems and early death, a study shows.<p>Researchers at the University of Oxford and Imperial College studied more than a million people born since 1973 in Sweden and followed them to see how head injuries …

Microsoft wants to pay you to use its Windows 10 browser Edge

Rebranded Microsoft Rewards will now pay you to dump Google’s Chrome for its browser – but only if you make Bing your default search engine<p>Microsoft has a new browser. It launched with Windows 10 and it’s called Edge. The company says it’s faster, more battery efficient and all-round better than …

T-Mobile is saying goodbye to the data plan

T-Mobile is ditching the data plan for an unlimited model that they hope will change how people use data — and draw customers away from competitors …

Step trackers in Happy Meals let you tone your McNuggets

The latest move by McDonalds to distance itself from its enduring image as a greasy, unhealthy fast food apocalypse is once sure to please fitness-conscious parents: for a limited time, every Happy Meal now comes with a working pedometer.<p>The Step-it is a simple device that comes in six colors that, …

Cisco Systems: dotcom crash survivor seeks further reinvention

Tech firm, which is cutting 5,500 jobs, was the world’s most valuable company but is now dwarfed by younger competitors<p>Founded in, and named after, San Francisco in 1984, Cisco Systems is one of a cluster of early Silicon Valley stalwarts that owe their existence to Stanford University.<p>The …

Why Google and Microsoft Are Fighting for Student Customers

Tech titans know that if they want to expand their customer bases, they’ve got to get ’em while they’re young. That’s why Google and Microsoft have …

I Added This to My Smoothies and It Helped Me Lose Weight

• Popsugar<br>• Health & Fitness<br>• Flaxseeds<p>Add Flaxmeal to Smoothies For Weight Loss<p>I Added This to My Smoothies and It Helped Me Lose Weight<p>Shares<p>When I …

Clothes that heal themselves through the power of squid teeth

Are you accident-prone? Self-repairing clothing may be in your future, thanks to Walter Dressick of the Naval Research Office and Melik Demirel of Pennsylvania State University.<p>Dressick, Demirel and their team have developed an autonomous self-repairing mechanism for tears in textiles such as …

Apogee's new MiC 96k works with Windows for USB recording

Apogee has built a stellar reputation when it comes to audio gear. Back in 2014, the company debuted the MiC 96k: an updated version of its compact USB microphone that can handle up to 96kHz 24-bit analog-to-digital recording. That model only worked with iOS devices and Mac though, but now Apogee …