Nikki Han

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Light Up The Room With Your Dance Moves In These LED Shoes

Time for a little dancing in the dark? A new shoe design by Tokyo-based studio No New Folk takes light-up soles from mid-’90s kids’ wear to hip accessory for the 21st century. Almost 100 LED lights wrap around the sole of the all-white shoes. The colors and patterns can be adjusted with a …

Living in: The world’s happiest places

The world’s top five happiest countries, all of which fall in northern Europe, have cities that delight residents with old town charm, cultural offerings and easy access to nature.<p>If, as Tolstoy wrote in Anna Karenina, happy families are all alike, what about happy countries?<p>The World Happiness …

Compression Clothing: Not The Magic Bullet For Performance

Maybe you've seen them in the gym, or even squeezed into them yourself: super-tight T-shirts, leggings, knee and calf sleeves, even tube tops. More and more athletes are wearing compression garments, hoping they will improve their performance and recovery.<p>But do they work? This is a question …

New 4-inch iPhone 6 Reported With Two Stupid Flaws

It makes perfect sense, but is Apple finally ready to give millions of iPhone users the handset they have always wanted? Sort of…<p>According to a report from DigiTimes, Apple will finally release a 4-inch version of the iPhone 6 later this year. It will use the same A8 chipset as the iPhone 6 and …

Mobile Technology

The Most Gracious Responses To Common (And Rude) Situations

Whether you live in the nation’s most polite state or its rudest, boorish people are all around. No matter what you do, you likely will find yourself in a position every now and then where someone does something so obscenely impolite that you are at a loss for how to respond.<p>Thankfully, gracious …

The 10 most important things in the world right now

<b>1.</b> The captain of the doomed Germanwings flight reportedly screamed "open the damn door" after being locked out of the cockpit by the co-pilot, whom investigators believe deliberately crashed the plane.<p><b>2.</b> Foreign ministers from the US, Britain, France, Germany, Russia, and China will meet with …

Blogs | Food & Wine

It beat Trader Joe's and Aldi yet again, according to a Temkin Customer Experience survey.<p>In case you missed it, the grocery store has its own …

Why We Like Food That Makes Noise

The crunch of a chip, the snap of a carrot, or the fizz of a freshly opened beverage may greatly influence just how good we think those foods taste, …

5 Places Where Selfies Are Banned

<i>by Lilit Marcus</i><p>In the age of social media ubiquity, some popular destinations are instituting selfie (or, more specifically) selfie stick bans.<p><b>1. The Palace Museum, Beijing</b><p>The Palace Museum, usually referred to as the Forbidden City, is a hugely popular tourist attraction in Beijing, but it's also …

The 10 best airports in the world

Consumer aviation website Skytrax has published its latest annual World Airport Awards, and for the third consecutive year, Singapore's Changi International Airport took the crown as the world's best airport. It serves as one of Southeast Asia's largest transit hubs and is a major cog in the …

30 years of .com

<b>(CNN) —</b> There's a bit of video that goes around the Internet every so often, showing a couple of clueless 1990s television hosts trying to decipher the mysteries of the Internet.<p>"What is Internet, anyway?" NBC "Today" show host Bryant Gumbel asks in the 1994 clip after stumbling through an email …

Paris AW15 GIFs

<b>MIU MIU</b><p><b>Memphis domestica</b> – “Memphis Living (running out of room)” by Hernan Bas, “For RL” by Trudy Benson, “Stroller” by Martin Maloney, reptile skins, vintage kitchen, “Dancing Dervish” by Beatrice Riese.<p><b>MAISON MARGIELA</b><p><b>Les folles</b> – “Untitled (Triptych)” by Sigmar Polke, vintage beaded purse, …

Sidewalk Flowers: An Illustrated Ode to Presence and the Everyday Art of Noticing in a Culture of Productivity and Distraction

A gentle wordless celebration of the true material of aliveness.<p><i>“How we spend our days, of course, is how we spend our lives,”</i> Annie Dillard wrote in her magnificent defense of living with presence. But in our age of productivity, we spend our days running away from boredom, never mind its creative …

This is your brain on awkwardness: The scientific reason why you feel super-duper uncomfortable

<b>(YouTube)</b><p>“Awkwardness nudges us to avoid certain actions in the future and to smooth things out when they happen”<p>Joanna Rothkopf<p>March 20, 2015 8:45pm (UTC)<p>A new video from YouTube video collective Vsauce explains how awkwardness--a phenomenon we would all probably be much happier without--actually …

Self-help

The Scientific Reasons Why You Should Just Always Be Naked

• shares<p><i>If clothes aren’t physically or emotionally healthy, why are we horrified when people don’t wear them?</i><p>—<p>Don’t like ads? Become a supporter and …

The top 50 apps for creative minds

There’s an ongoing argument in the technology world about whether tablets and smartphones are more focused on consumption than creativity. As time has gone on, though, the number of apps helping us do more than passively read, watch and listen has grown. Many also fall into a longer heritage of …

Apps

Psychology Behind Conducting Job Interviews

The successful development of any business highly depends on its employees. No matter how good your idea for your startup may be, there’s a high risk …

The One Word Key To Happiness

We all want to be happy. That’s obvious. But how much would people pay for a moment of happiness?Researchers did a survey — and the answer was about …

Neuroplasticity Studies Reveal Your Brain's Amazing Malleability

<b>By Dr. Mercola</b><p>As time goes by, science provides more and more evidence that your brain is malleable and continually changing in response to your …