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Images of Gauguin in Tahiti discovered in photo album

The only known photographs of Gauguin in Polynesia have been discovered in an album recently acquired by a Munich-based dealer. The album includes an …

13 creative ways to display your plants indoor

Decorating with greenery is a fresh way to update your living space. Getting creative with plant decor creates a natural energy by livening up any room. We've found 13 of the most original planters and pots that will add a unique touch to your home decor. From geometric shapes to a chalkboard vase, …

AOL

15 Essential Accessories for MacBook and MacBook Pro

Because you and your laptop deserve nice things.<p>Apple's laptops boast the best ecosystem of accessories in the business. Here are some of our favorite picks for the 12-inch MacBook and the new MacBook Pro models.

Why Enterprises Prefer App Development in Swift

The eye-catching surge in the smartphone users has encouraged entrepreneurs to take the ‘BIG’ step of shifting from desktop to mobile devices. …

Ridge Stand Plus, iPhone iPad And Macbook Stand (video)

Macbook, iPad and iPhone users searching for any range of stands to help them position their hardware perfectly and ergonomically while on your desk …

Gear & Gadgets

Scrivener Review: Best Word Processing App for iPad and iPhone

iPhone and iPad word processors are nearly as plentiful on the App Store as flashlight apps. In order to stand out from the crowded selection, developers need to offer products that meet a specific need. In the case of prose composition, one word processing app that enables the narrative (e.g. …

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76 Popular Apps Vulnerable to Data Interception, Warns iOS Security Researcher

At least 76 popular iOS apps have been found to be vulnerable to data inception, according to a report from a security expert.<p>The discovery was made by app binary code scanning service verify.ly and published in a Medium post by Sudo Security Group CEO Will Strafach, who revealed that the apps …

Information Security

A Writer Cares What Words Mean

A writer is a person who cares what words mean, what they say, how they say it. Writers know words are their way towards truth and freedom, and so …

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Eating Toward Immortality

Diet culture is just another way of dealing with the fear of death.<p>Knowing a thing means you don’t need to believe in it. Whatever can be known, or proven by logic or evidence, doesn’t need to be taken on faith. Certain details of nutrition and the physiology of eating are known and knowable: the …

Fine Art Portrait Photography by Federica Spada

<b>Federica Spada</b> aka Photodet is a talented self-taught photographer and artist who currently lives and works in Verona, Italy. Federica shoots amazing …

4 Fun and Creative Smartphone Hacks Photographers Will Appreciate

Need a little creative boost this week? Here’s a short video that shares 4 fun smartphone hacks that might just inspire you to create something …

This Guy’s Amazing Cartoon Tattoo Animates When He Spins Around

Considering how fluid and seamless modern cartoons look, or how quickly shows like <i>South Park</i> can be produced, it can be fun to remember a time when …

What It’s Like To Peer Inside Mona Lisa’s World

Dive right into famous paintings with Art Plunge.<p>Last year, I spent a night inside a Vincent van Gogh painting. The room–a promotional Airbnb for a related exhibit at the Art Institute–should have been a silly gimmick. After all, the bed frame was shellacked with impressionist swirls, and the cups …

Digital Art

The way you buy apps is about to change

Subscription-based buying has finally broken out of its telecom, video and music niche. Soon, it might turn the rest of software into rental-wear.<p>It only takes a cursory glance at your monthly credit card bill to see why. You might be surprised by how many monthly payments you have slowly …

Apps

How to access 375,000 beautiful, copyright-free images from New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art

The sumptuous lips of a 3,000-year-old Egyptian queen’s face, and the plump belly of a 9th-century Mexican baby, are now at your disposal.<p>New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art has released 375,000 images of works from its collection, with no restrictions on what you can do with them. The images, …

Art Galleries

10 Simple Steps to Finally Beginning Your Meditation Practice

We can all agree that we need more relaxation and peace in our busy lives. But when life seems so chaotic, how the hell can we go about it?!<p>Well if …

Your smartphone apps might be secretly leaking your info

Apple’s iPhone is more secure than its rivals, but that doesn’t mean that apps or the device itself can’t be hacked. A security researcher discovered …

Apps

How to Boost Your Metabolism (Without Hitting the Gym)

In theory, understanding metabolism should be simple: The higher your metabolic rate, the more calories your body burns when performing chemical …

3 Sneaky Habits That Slow Your Metabolism Down (and How to Change Them)

Exercise and dietary "quick fixes" might seem enticing, but in the long-run, they could wreak havoc with your metabolism. Lyn-Genet Recitas, …

Creativity Frozen? How to Start Writing Again After a Long Hiatus

A confession: I stopped writing fiction for two months recently--the first time I have ever stumbled to a complete halt. Why? The usual reasons:<p>1. THE ELECTION. I couldn't focus on fiction when truth seemed so much stranger.<p>2. HOLIDAYS. Let's admit it: for women writers, holidays are time and brain …

Writing

The Simple Formula to Improving Your Performance (in Anything)

The formula for improved performance in any aspect of your life is actually quite simple.<p>We are all in search of secrets for the fountain of youth. Whether it's through the $3 billion cosmetic surgery industry, or through the $30 billion fitness industry, we are all seeking hacks that will give us …

How to clean up your Mac

So you've had your Mac for a while and things don't feel as fresh and clean as they used to. Here are the steps you can take to declutter your Mac, …

Operating Systems

10 apps everyone should have on their computer

Mobile apps are far more popular than their desktop counterparts, but most people still rely on laptop or desktop computers, either for work or just browsing the web at home.<p>Whether you've invested in Apple's Mac line or a Windows PC, there are absolutely some worthwhile desktop apps out there to …

Apps

Seven years later, we’re still asking the wrong questions about the iPad

Asking if it’s a laptop replacement means we’re overlooking the real future of computing<p>When Apple’s iPad was first announced seven years ago today, some people wondered whether it would work as a giant phone. It’s hard to imagine now, given that talking on the phone is a dying art form. But this …

Don’t set goals for yourself—instead, create systems that make it easy for you to succeed

A lot of my friends are spending the month of January “going dry” or giving up sugar or training for marathons. I can relate. As a Type-A, goal-oriented masochist, I tend to make deeply ambitious New Year’s resolutions each year. Witness Exhibit A: My resolutions from 2016. I’m embarrassed to say …

Productivity