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25 Skills Every Man Should Know: Your Ultimate DIY Guide

These days, you can outsource almost any job -- but some things you need to know how to do yourself. Study our master list with step-by-step tips from the experts, and test your DIY aptitude each step of the way.<p>These days, you can outsource almost any job -- but some things you need to know how to …

Going Paperless: A Framework for Searching in Evernote

One of the most frequently-asked questions I get in my capacity as Evernote’s Ambassador for Paperless Lifestyle is how I organize my notebooks and …

KQED

Listening and observing can be passive activities—in one ear and out the other, as our mothers used to say. Or they can be rich, active, intense …

Kids' Video Games: Source of Fun, Pain, and Profit | MindShift

The first commercially successfully video game, Pong, invaded Americans' living rooms 38 years ago. Since then, the industry has evolved from a …

Watch: MIT’s Self-Assembling Robots Offer Whiffs of Optimus Prime

Author: Kyle VanHemert. Kyle VanHemert Design<p>Date of Publication: 10.09.13.<p>Time of Publication: 6:30 am. 6:30 am<p><i>Photo: M. Scott Brauer</i><p><i>Photo: M. Scott</i> …

How to Design a Web Page

Web page design requires a strong understanding of the end user’s needs and the various platforms on which users will view the page. To better serve …

Report Suggests Nearly Half of U.S. Jobs Are Vulnerable to Computerization - MIT Technology Review

Rapid advances in technology have long represented a serious potential threat to many jobs ordinarily performed by people.<p>A recent report (which is …

Artificial Intelligence

Ask The Futurist: “How Will the Internet of Everything Impact Teachers’ Roles in the Connected Classroom?”

Chalkboards. Textbooks. Stacks of papers and folders. All of these items can make anyone a little nostalgic and remind us of our time in primary and secondary school. While basic fundamentals remain the same, classrooms are evolving. The reason? The Internet.<p>This year’s back-to-school season has …

Master this Meal: The Ultimate Pork Loin

You need to master one meal. For your dating prospects, your friends, and yourself. It should be broadly appealing and allow for early prep so you can throw it in the oven and hang out with your guests. Our pick: pork loin stuffed with fennel and prosciutto.<p>What you’ll need to begin:<br>3 slices …

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Your Heartbeat: The Ultimate in Password Protection?

The makers of a new device hope to replace Fluffy123 with the unique rhythm of your heart.<p>Nearly all of computer security boils down to one question: How can a device know that you are you?<p>Passwords are the most basic tactic for confirming your identity. If you can come up with your secret string …

Hear from the Man who Transformed Product Packaging Design

Information is power. Burkey Belser is the designer behind the most ubiquitous designs in American culture today and a fixture in product packaging …

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The 75-Year Study That Found The Secrets To A Fulfilling Life

Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy<p>What if there was a study dedicated to unearthing the secrets to a happy and purposeful life? It would have to be conducted over the course of many decades, following the lives of real people from childhood until old age, in …

Cisco Employees Share Our Values

Is the recruitment industry set for a big data revolution?

Sports teams have realised the potential of taking a data-driven approach to recruitment, but with staffing taking up a large chunk of firms' costs, is corporate recruiting ripe for the same transformation? • More from our series on big data Go straight to: • The HR team needs a statistician • …

STUDY: The Camping Cure

Technology is interfering with your sleep cycle, and camping is the cure. A weeklong camping excursion can reset your biological clock, according to a study published this week in the journal <i>Current Biology</i>.<br>Researchers recorded the melatonin levels—a hormone involved in the sleep cycle—of eight …

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At a Cooper boot camp<p>The Wikimedia Foundation Product & Design team is excited to announce that Wikipedia mobile editing will be the case study for …

Woot Bikes

Our latest bike crush comes from Holland, Woot Bikes make awesome fixed gear bikes with a minimalist design, leather saddles and classy wooden …

Minimalism

Tile App May Finally Help You Find Your Keys Once And For All (VIDEO)

There's nothing worse than tearing up the house looking for your lost keys/phone/wallet when you're running out the door. (We've all been there.) But before you vow to throw everything out or downsize to a tiny home so this doesn't continue to happen to you, check out the Tile app, which just may …

9 Essential Items for Your Next Camping Trip

More by Amanda<p>You can’t believe it’s already August. Where did the summer go? You had so many grandiose plans. You were going to go to the beach. You …

Invisibility Suit Aims to Protect Humans From Sharks

A new wetsuit design may help to camouflage humans in the ocean.<p><b>A firm in Australia is marketing a wetsuit it says will make humans invisible to sharks. If the suit works, scuba divers may not feel like fish out of water for much longer.</b><p>The $495 full-body wetsuit is colored to look like the ocean, …

Innovation Isn’t an Idea Problem

When most organizations try to increase their innovation efforts, they always seem to start from the same assumption: “we need more ideas.” They’ll start talking about the need to “think outside the box” or “blue sky” thinking in order to find a few ideas that can turn into viable new products or …

This Intelligent Housesitter May Render Old Security Systems Homeless

The spy cam-like Canary keeps a watchful eye–texting, live-streaming–on your place while you’re out.<p>Canary may be the self-described “first smart home security device,” but the gadget-and-app duo actually behaves more like an efficient and reassuring house sitter. Unusual movement in your living …

Smart Homes

City sensors: the internet of things is taking over our cities

<i>This article was taken from the July 2013 issue of Wired magazine. Be the first to read Wired's articles in print before they're posted online, and</i> …

KQED

Technology has been used in the classroom for decades now. But with the advent of cloud computing and the proliferation of smaller, more portable …

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Mini Cooper Reveals Camper Concepts

If you're a Mini Cooper disciple with an incongruous fondness for road trips—check it out: Mini has released three prototypes for car campers, including the world's smallest camper.<p>The new Clubvan Camper is pretty sweet—with a bed for one and a miniature kitchenette, complete with stove and …

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Internet of Everything: Connecting your city, one home at a time

<i>“Growth is inevitable and desirable, but destruction of community character is not. The question is not whether your part of the world is going to change. The question is how.”</i><p>– Edward T. McMahon<p>Does your housekeeping list look like mine? Turn on the lights. Take out the trash. Clean the living …