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The World's Most Dangerous Hike is Now Open

When most people think of "hiking", they'd most likely conjure up mental images of serene forested hills or a nicely challenging incline. But what …

Mary Berry's easy pancake recipe

Pancake Day has finally landed – it falls on February 13 this year – and is the ideal opportunity to test your skills in the kitchen.<p>This easy recipe, with only three ingredients, is perfect for any pancake-flipping novice. Just add lemon and sugar to keep the dish simple, or soak in syrup and …

Mary Berry

How To Control Your Thoughts, Rebuild Your Brain, and Become a Zen Master - Law of Attraction Blogs - A Spiritual Community

This is the final installation of a three part series on identifying and eliminating limiting beliefs and ultimately becoming a master of your …

SpaceX Wins $112 Million NASA Contract. But Will It Survive President Trump? | Inc.com

There was some good news this week for Elon Musk's private space company SpaceX: It won a contract from NASA to launch the agency's Surface Water and Ocean Topograply (SWOT) vehicle.<p>SWOT will "make the first-ever global survey of Earth's surface water, in addition to high-resolution ocean …

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“Would you like human interaction with that?”: McDonald's goes mobile

Mobile ordering and payments are coming to McDonalds in 2017, meaning your interactions with pimple-faced teens will be dramatically reduced in the new year. Some McDonald’s restaurants have already begun installing self-serve kiosks and “smart” menu boards in the U.S., but table service and custom …

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Why pushing creativity out of classrooms will stop children succeeding in the 21st century

In an inner-city classroom on an ordinary day, something extraordinary is happening.<p>Ashley, a boy on the autism spectrum who has behavioural challenges, is sitting on a chair in front of his classmates. This is, however, no ordinary chair. It is a “hot seat” – part of a drama exercise in which …

Pedagogy

Sports Illustrated Debuts First-Person VR Experience of New York City Marathon

Sports Illustrated, Life VR and CyberLink have joined forces to create a first-person virtual reality experience that allows users to see the 2016 …

State of Women in Media: We May Never Run the Press

In the past several years, women have used various platforms and organizations to draw attention to the gender divide that persists in media. We’ve …

How Google shapes the news you see about the candidates

It's hard to miss Google's "in the news" box, which often sits just above the first of the organic web results on any given search page.<p>With Wikipedia-fed informational sidebars, campaign issue blocks, and other elements, Google continues to push organic web links farther and farther down in the …

How Trump Took Over the Media By Fighting It

He made himself the biggest news story since 9/11, and almost neutered the press in the process.<p>No matter who claims the presidency on November 8, the 2016 election was a story about one human being's domination of the media. Not since 9/11 has a single topic so colonized all of the media …

Donald Trump

The rise and rise of fake news

<b>The deliberate making up of news stories to fool or entertain is nothing new. But the arrival of social media has meant real and fictional stories are now presented in such a similar way that it can sometimes be difficult to tell the two apart.</b><p>While the internet has enabled the sharing of knowledge …

Journalism

Pope Francis Says the Ban on Women Priests Will Last Forever

<b>Correction appended, Nov. 3</b><p>Pope Francis told reporters Tuesday that the Roman Catholic Church’s restriction on women entering the priesthood is …

This Pilates Workout Will Improve Your Posture And Give You Killer Abs

Reform your routine<p>The first time I was asked to breathe sideways through my ribs, I was at a loss. <i>I can breathe sideways? And my ribs are involved? How? Why have I never known this?</i> These life-changing (well, maybe not life-changing, but definitely breath- and body-changing) questions came during …

Leonardo DiCaprio’s climate-change doc is streaming for free ahead of US election

Before The Flood is now on YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, etc.<p>For a limited time, you can tour the world with Leonardo DiCaprio, free of charge. <i>Before The Flood</i>, an advocacy documentary that grimly examines climate change around the planet, debuted in September at the Toronto International Film …

Print newspapers are dying faster than you think

No one is surprised to learn that the newspaper industry is in structural decline. But the latest revenue numbers tell a scary story, with print ad revenue falling steeply even amid a healthy overall economic situation. This means things will get much, much worse when the next recession hits, and …

What the news media can learn from librarians

<b>We can all agree it’s been a rough season</b> for the news media. Hostile political crowds, accusations of slander, and struggles with what <i>Guardian</i> …

Entertainment - MarketWatch.com

There’s a limit to how much people trust the biggest social network on the planet.<p>3:23 p.m. Today3:23 p.m. April 4, 2018<p>Here’s where to spend more …

Japan's New Close-Up Photos of the Moon's Surface Are Breathtaking

The Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency, JAXA (a.k.a Japan’s NASA), recently released all of the data from its Kayuga spacecraft—named after a …

Bob Dylan Wins Nobel Prize, Redefining Boundaries of Literature

Half a century ago, Bob Dylan shocked the music world by plugging in an electric guitar and alienating folk purists. For decades he continued to confound expectations, selling millions of records with dense, enigmatic songwriting.<p>Now, Mr. Dylan, the poet laureate of the rock era, has been rewarded …

Literature

A Colombian on The New York Times Editorial Board: Ernesto Londoño is making his mark

In just two years as a member of <i>The New York Times</i> editorial board, Colombian journalist Ernesto Londoño has been part of projects that made history …

Journalism

Google and Facebook partner on PLCN submarine cable between Los Angeles and Hong Kong

Google said today that it’s working with Facebook and China Soft Power Technology Holdings subsidiary Pacific Light Data Communication to construct a trans-Pacific undersea cable. The Pacific Light Cable Network (PLCN) will transmit 120 terabits of data per second between Los Angeles and Hong Kong …

Hong Kong

Media and Journalism Fellowships: Oct. 12 Edition

<i>Here’s a list of current media and journalism fellowship programs, including the deadlines for applying. If we’re missing any major programs, or you</i> …

Ben Affleck's team accused of censoring reporters

Ben Affleck, who caused a huge scandal in 2015 when he demanded the PBS show “Finding Your Roots” censor its discovery that his ancestors owned slaves, is back at it again, reports the New York Post.<p>This past week, Sam Rubin, a reporter for LA’s KTLA’s morning news, accused Affleck’s team of taking …

Why the internet of things is the new magic ingredient for cyber criminals

The massive attack on Brian Krebs’s website presents huge problems for investigative reporters<p>Brian Krebs is one of the unsung heroes of tech journalism. He’s a former reporter for the <i>Washington Post</i> who decided to focus on cybercrime after his home network was hijacked by Chinese hackers in 2001. …

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