Well, it’s official. Both the Senate and the House voted to overturn privacy rules created by the FCC, and your ISP will now be free to sell your Internet browsing history and location data to advertisers.
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Wow One of the raddest small apartment maneuvers we’ve ever seen is the motorized bed that drops down from the ceiling. And now, the same brilliant idea has been deployed in—what else?—a tiny house. Built
It's no small feat to pack all the essentials into a small space. These brands make it easier It's no secret that finding furniture for a small space can be a struggle. Outfitting any home is a project
It includes a bed, a walk-in closet, and additional kitchen counter space Nils Holger Moormann, the German-based designer behind this tricked-out Volkswagen van-cum-mobile-home, has designed another small-space
A new book explores the secrets of this revolutionary building It’s been called an “architectural King Kong,” and Parisian critics drolly respond that some of the best views of the city come from the of
Happiness was a hot business topic in 2016, and something tells me it's not going away in 2017. The research that has come out over the last several years published in books by positive psychology researchers
The rap on young people is that they're entitled and narcissistic. They think the world revolves around them and owes them something. They're brats, basically. Is this true? Absolutely not, reply a whole
Add to your education, not just your professional network. With the ink still drying on Microsoft's purchase of LinkedIn, the social network everyone loves to hate is now looking to break into the online
In the design world, everything old is new again – including aging itself. Getting older needn’t be a depressing descent, according to German-born architect Matthias Hollwich. Instead, it can be an “empowering
In the world of business, we often talk about the importance of motivating others--our employees, our team, our vendors, our customers. Everyone, that is, except for ourselves. This, of course, is a mistake.