Susan Dowgiala

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The Book of Eggs – in pictures

Some of the incredible photographs of birds' eggs from around the world that make up a beautiful new book

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Colleges are full of it: Behind the three-decade scheme to raise tuition, bankrupt generations, and hypnotize the media

Tuition is up 1,200 percent in 30 years. Here’s why you’re unemployed, crushed by debt — and no one is helping<p>The price of a year at college has increased by more than 1,200 percent over the last 30 years, far outpacing any other price the government tracks: food, housing, cars, gasoline, TVs, you …

Best and Worst Terms for Your Résumé

In a recent CareerBuilders survey, over 2,200 hiring managers were asked to rank the terms they typically see in resumes as good or bad terms to use. The results are worth noting if you are currently submitting résumés for job opportunities.<p><b>The 15 Best Résumé Terms</b><p>These are the 15 terms those …

Katie's Designing & DIY-ing

Like this entry? Favorite it below!<p>Name:KatieLocation:Washington, DCSquare Feet:410Division:TinyWhat I Love About My Small Home:My favorite part …

Dice Kayek AW14 is out of this world

Paris-based couture house Dice Kayek is the brainchild of Turkish sisters Ayşe and Ece Ege, a visionary duo engaged in a constant act of reinventing tradition. Fittingly, they won the Victoria & Albert Museum's Jameel Prize 2013 for design influenced by Islamic traditions with Istanbul Contrasts, a …

If China’s warnings about Windows 8 are true, the country desperately needs it

Microsoft just can’t win in China. In the midst of a cyberspying row between Washington and Beijing, Chinese officials have already forbid government offices from using Windows 8, and now the government is warning private citizens the operating system could illicitly access their personal …

China

Could This App Create A Free, Secret Web?

Facebook is doing it with drones, Google is doing it with balloons that occasionally crash into power lines. Bringing free Internet access to the unconnected millions in developing countries is complicated and expensive. What if there was an easier way?<p>A startup called Open Garden thinks the answer …

Fasting for three days can regenerate entire immune system, study finds

Fasting for as little as three days can regenerate the entire immune system, even in the elderly, scientists have found in a breakthrough described as "remarkable".<p>Although fasting diets have been criticised by nutritionists for being unhealthy, new research suggests starving the body kick-starts …

The iPhone's Fingerprint Scanner Is About To Get Really Useful

Wouldn't it be cool to log into your banking app on your smartphone using your fingerprint instead of that string of capital letters, numbers and symbols known as your password?<p>For iPhone owners, those days could be near.<p>Apple announced on Monday that it's opened up Touch ID, the fingerprint …

London's secret gardens – in pictures

Normally private, often hidden, gardens in allotments, manor houses, shops and 10 Downing Street will be open to the public on 14 and 15 June. Open Garden Square Weekend is an annual event, run by the London Parks and Garden Trust to increase awareness and appreciation of London's varied green …

Vertical veg man: worming your way to better compost

Ten years ago I used to chuck all of my food waste straight in the bin. There was no waste food collection where I lived in central London and, as I was living in a small flat with no garden, I thought composting my daily collection of used teabags, vegetable peelings and burnt toast was out of the …

We Taste-Test Horse Cookies—on Humans

What happens when you feed cookies meant for horses to humans? We investigate.<p>Whether or not he achieves the Triple Crown at Belmont Park on Saturday, California Chrome has already made his mark on the industry—not least by bringing his beloved Mrs. Pastures Cookies for Horses to a more mainstream, …

'We know where Jack the Ripper lived' - experts

Experts believe the Victorian serial killer Jack the Ripper lived in Flower and Dean Street in London’s notorious East End<p>It is a mystery that has eluded detectives for more than a century, but criminologists now believe they know where Jack the Ripper lived.<p>By using the latest geographical …

Public Health

Going bananas: the fruit that changed the world

The Eden Project is set to have its best year yet for bananas. Gardener Shirley Walker tells the story of the 'world's most perfect fruit'<p>Ten thousand years ago, in the forests of south-east Asia, there was a flowering, herbaceous plant, with broad, fibrous leaves, beautiful white flowers and …

Forestry

27 Life Hacks Every Girl Needs To Know

Gals, you must try some of these. I know that I will. <b>Buzzfeed</b> has done it again, with a fun and useful collection of ‘life-hacks.’ Inventive and …

Garden Visit: The Tuileries at Sunset, with Alice Gao

“One evening in Paris, we walked over to the grounds of the Louvre, hoping to visit the Tuileries Garden at dusk,” reports Manhattan-based …

France

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Kathy & Jared's Open Floor Plan

Like this entry? Favorite it below!<p>Name:Kathy & JaredLocation:Brooklyn, NYSquare Feet:820Division:SmallWhat I Love About My Small Home:We knew the …

Holy sites 'may offer clues to antibiotic resistance'

<b>The Hindu holy sites in the Indian cities of Rishikesh and Haridwar attract millions of pilgrims each year - but they are now the destination for another group of devotees.</b><p>Scientists trying to understand the rise of antibiotic resistance, considered by some to be the great health threat of our …

First Blush

In summer, my pale skin never tans—it burns, which makes a big slathering of SPF 50 and a wide-brimmed hat absolutely essential. But I still love to have a touch of color. The solution? This hydrating hybrid from Lipstick Queen, which perks up both lips and cheeks.

Down and Dirty

Ever since Sandra Ballentine wrote about kicking her blowout habit in our October 2013 issue, my contrarian streak has compelled me to seek out pro dry jobs weekly. And since I’m thrifty, I can make a good one last. Here’s how I do it.

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Best Foot Forward

If you are going to brave spring 2014’s footwear trends without socks (hello, Tevas and Birkenstocks) a pristine pedicure is a must. Here, <i>W</i> editors reveal their go-to salons.

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14 Places You Should Visit In 2014

We looked at major developments, cultural trends, and global festivals to find the hottest places to travel around the world in 2014.<p>From Croatia, the E.U.'s newest member, to Tokyo, the site of the 2020 Olympic Games, here are the best places to travel this year.