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This Steak Sauce Recipe Has 50,000 Saves on Pinterest

Hint: It's all about butter.<p>Chances are you’re going to be making a lot of steaks this summer because you’ll be posted up by (what we hope is) your …

Cooking

Listen: We Now Know What Ancient Greek Music Sounded Like

In 1932, the musicologist Wilfrid Perrett reported to an audience at the Royal Musical Association in London the words of an unnamed professor of …

Flute

What almost everyone misunderstands about product managers

After more than a decade working in product across Google, Foursquare, and Slack, I still often struggle to define the role of “product manager” (PM) succinctly. Explaining what makes a PM great is even harder.<p>PMs have diverse backgrounds, murky responsibilities, and role definitions that vary …

Product Management

The Best Burgers in Los Angeles, According to Top Chefs

Whether you’re dining in or driving thru, Southern California gets few things better than a meat sandwich on a bun. Here’s where to dig in.<p>By Kate …

Los Angeles

Flipboard

Nutrition

'Spectacular' ancient public library discovered in Germany

The remains of the oldest public library in Germany, a building erected almost two millennia ago that may have housed up to 20,000 scrolls, have been discovered in the middle of Cologne.<p>The walls were first uncovered in 2017, during an excavation on the grounds of a Protestant church in the centre …

Archaeology

New Medieval Books: From Crusaders to Devils

Our latest collection of new books about the Middle Ages…<p><b>A Short History of the Middle Ages</b><p>By Barbara H. Rosenwein<p>University of Toronto Press<br>ISBN: …

Ancient History

16 Egg Cooking Methods You Probably Haven't Tried Yet

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Breakfast

“I'm the Guy They Called Deep Throat”

Despite three decades of intense speculation, the identity of “Deep Throat”—the source who leaked key details of Nixon's Watergate cover-up to Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein—has never been revealed. Now, at age 91, W. Mark Felt, number two at the F.B.I. in the early 70s, …

The Unheralded Pioneers of 19th-Century America Were Free African-American Families

Before the Louisiana Purchase of 1803, before settlers in wagons organized to travel west along the Oregon Trail in the 1830s, the great American …

How to Make the Korean Pomegranate Drink That's Helping Women Lose a Pound a Day

You know how much Americans love the refreshing tang of lemonade? That’s how folks in Asia feel about a sweet-and-sour drink made with pomegranate …

5 Tricks for Learning a New Language as an Adult

Children can pick up new languages like it’s no big deal, but adults have to really work to get even the basics. While it may seem daunting, it’s not …

This tree beautifully reveals the relationships between languages

For reasons both poetic and pragmatic, the tree has historically been the designer's go-to inspiration for mapping relationships. In the graphic below, Finish-Swedish illustrator Minna Sundberg artfully uses this format to trace the world's largest language families.<p>All of the languages illustrated …

Scientists have figured out exactly how much you need to exercise to slow your heart's aging process

So there’s good news and there’s bad news.<p>The good news is there are steps you can take to slow your heart’s aging process, increasing the chances of living a long, healthy, fruitful life. The trade-off is that you really do have to go to the gym.<p>New research published this week in the Journal of …

Biomedicine

This badass journalist was only 27 when she broke the story of the century

Armed with nothing but a toothbrush, a typewriter, and a revolver, Clare Hollingworth became a pioneering war reporter<p>Twenty-seven year old Clare …

Do These 3 Things to Speed Up Your Metabolism (Not These 3)

Experts love to talk about effective ways to increase our metabolism in order to burn more calories and lose weight. But have you been getting the wrong advice? This comparison photo from fitness and lifestyle coach Marci Nevin illustrates three things you absolutely can do to speed up your …

Exercise

The epic mistake about manufacturing that’s cost Americans millions of jobs

Looking back, there were two kinds of people who lived in America in 2016: people who believed Donald Trump, and people who believed data.<p>Trump claimed on the campaign trail that globalization had destroyed US manufacturing—and in the process, the American economy—by letting China and other …

Art Paul, creator of Playboy's bunny logo, dies at 93

Magazine designer Art Paul, who created Playboy's famous tuxedoed bunny head logo, has died. He was 93.<p>Paul died of pneumonia Saturday at a Chicago-area hospital, his wife, Suzanne Seed, said. Paul was a freelance illustrator when he started working with Playboy founder Hugh Hefner as the …

NASA Technology Uncovers Never-Before-Seen Text on Dead Sea Scrolls

They raise the possibility of a "still unknown manuscript."<p>In 1947, in a cave one mile west of the Dead Sea, a Bedouin shepherd stumbled upon large …

New Stonehenge Discovery: Stones In Ancient Monument Were In Place Millions Of Years Before Humans Showed Up

New archaeological finds indicate that mysterious builders of ancient Stonehenge stone circle arrived at the site in Salisbury, England, long after …

Bajau people 'evolved bigger spleens' for free-diving

<b>In a striking example of natural selection, the Bajau people of South-East Asia have developed bigger spleens for diving, a study shows.</b><p>The Bajau are traditionally nomadic and seafaring, and survive by collecting shellfish from the sea floor.<p>Scientists studying the effect of this lifestyle on their …

Archaeologists say early Caribbeans were not 'savage cannibals', as colonists wrote

Researchers in Antigua hope to correct ‘speculative and erroneous’ colonial accounts that depict the Carib people as ferocious man-eaters<p>For centuries, historians held that the Caribbean’s earliest inhabitants were peaceful farmers who were wiped out by the ferocious man-eating Carib people. But …

This Neurologist Found Out What Happens to Our Brains When We Die

Only to realise 'Star Trek' had already explained the process in a 1988 episode.<p><i>This article originally appeared on VICE Germany</i><p>If we had paid closer attention to <i>The Simpsons</i> 18 years ago, the election of Donald Trump might not have come as such a shock. And if German neurologist Jens Dreier had …

EXPERTS DISCOVER: SECRETS OF 2,000-YEAR-OLD EGYPTIAN ‘MUMMY PAINTINGS’ REVEALED

In the ancient Egyptian settlement of Tebturnis, the modern day Umm el-Baragat in Al Fayyum, scientists believe they have finally uncovered the …

Trillions Upon Trillions of Viruses Fall From the Sky Each Day

High in the Sierra Nevada mountains of Spain, an international team of researchers set out four buckets to gather a shower of viruses falling from the sky.<p>Scientists have surmised there is a stream of viruses circling the planet, above the planet’s weather systems but below the level of airline …

Biology

'Who We Are and How We Got Here' Review: Ghosts in the Genome

Some 4,500 years ago, the Bell Beakers invaded Britain. Roughly 90% of the genes of later Britons came from this group, named for the distinctive shape of their pottery. Archaeologists long thought that Britain’s early farmers, who built Stonehenge five millennia ago, adopted the pots from …

How ancient DNA is transforming our view of the past

<b>Prof David Reich of Harvard Medical School is one of the leading lights in the field of ancient DNA. His team's work has cast a new perspective on human history, reconstructing the epic migrations and genetic exchanges that shaped the people of different regions worldwide. Here he explains how this</b> …

Anthropology

Without Our Eyebrows, Humans Could Have Died Out Just Like Neanderthals

Thank you, evolution!<p>We all have them, but what are eyebrows actually for? While eyebrows help to prevent debris, sweat, and water from falling into …

Humanity

Iron Age study targets British DNA mystery

<b>A project to sequence DNA from about 1,000 ancient remains could resolve a genetic mystery involving people from south-east Britain.</b><p>A recent study showed that the present-day genetic landscape of Britain was largely laid down by the Bronze Age.<p>But Prof David Reich told the BBC that this wasn't the …

Archaeology