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The Life and Travels of Ibn Battuta, World Explorer and Writer

Ibn Battuta (1304–1368) was a scholar, theologian, adventurer, and traveler who, like Marco Polo fifty years earlier, wandered the world and wrote …

Web Scraping with a Headless Browser: A Puppeteer Tutorial

In this article, Toptal Freelance JavaScript Developer Nick Chikovani shows how easy it is to perform web scraping using a headless browser. …

5 Home Remedies To Naturally Make Your Hair Pitch Dark

<b>Consistent change in the color the of your hair by applying dye can give you frizzy hair, cause your hair to be dry, and lifeless.</b><p>As a beautiful …

How GDPR Will Impact the AI Industry

In what can be described as a kind of arms race, tech companies have been amassing large volumes of user data to hone the artificial intelligence algorithms that power their applications and platforms. Thus far, they've mostly been able to evade accountability when their practices have pushed them …

Designer Challenges Himself To Create Logos With Hidden Meanings For A Year, And Result Is Amazing

Wordplay is a never-ending source of amusement for me, with puns, spoonerisms and double entendres bringing a little extra color and life to the …

Greedy, Brittle, Opaque, and Shallow: The Downsides to Deep Learning

Sundar Pichai, the chief executive of Google, has said that AI “is more profound than … electricity or fire.” Andrew Ng, who founded Google Brain and …

The Things You Should Always Carry With You in Japan

Japan is a great place to visit, especially for first-time international travelers. It feels completely different than western countries, yet totally …

Practice Your Multiplication With These Magic Squares Worksheets

Hone your skills with these 'magic' worksheets<p>A magic square is an arrangement of numbers in a grid where each number occurs only once yet the sum or …

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Math Class Doesn’t Work. Here’s the Solution

I love math, but I know that I’m unusual. Math anxiety is a rampant problem across the country. Researchers now know that when people with math …

Yosemite official says: Expect to wait up to three hours for a parking space this weekend

The snow piled on mountaintops is melting, the rivers are roaring high, and the meadows are turning brilliant green and blooming with wildflowers.<p>After a winter of unrelenting storms, Yosemite National Park is waking up, flaunting its natural beauty and moving full-speed into its busy season.<p>The …

America’s best train journeys, ranked

Sit back and watch the world go by on one of America’s best train journeys. You’ll cross lofty trestles, swoop through long tunnels, snake alongside rivers, and flank canyons — seeing parts of the country accessible only by rail. We compared data from Amtrak, Vacations By Rail and America By Rail, …

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The 10 Best Apps For the Outdoors

Turn your phone into a star chart, a 360-degree camera, a botany expert, and more with these handy programs.Love ‘em or hate ‘em, smartphones have …

12 spots that will inspire your next road trip to Colorado

Without a car, you’re going nowhere fast in Colorado. The immense expanses that define this state demand a swiftly moving vehicle. Travel deep and …

Can You Outsmart Our Elementary School Math Problems?

Welcome to The Riddler. Every week, I offer up problems related to the things we hold dear around here: math, logic and probability. There are two …

“Unpaywall” Is New Tool For Accessing Research Papers For Free

As anyone who has tried to pursue even a little bit of academic research can attest, publishers charge an arm-and-a-leg to access studies if you are …

8 Breathtaking National Parks to visit this Spring

Spring is around the corner, and whether you’re a weary student or just someone who finds winter exhausting, there’s probably only one thing on your …

The best board games of 2016

The Board Game Geek community weighs in on the best of the best<p>Over the past few years the team at Board Game Geek has grown to become a powerful force in the tabletop space. It boasts an exhaustive database on games, both new and old, that is constantly refreshed by its well-informed community. …

Explore the Interconnected World of Mathematics in One Condensed Map

If diving into the beautiful, complicated world of math sounds intimidating, physicist Dominic Walliman is here to be your guide. In his video, …

86 Books Barack Obama Recommended During His Presidency

The entries were pulled from places like Obama’s summer reading lists, his childhood favorites, and recommendations made for his daughter, Malia. …

You Can See the Most Beautiful Sights in America on This $213 Train Trip

A big adventure doesn't have to cost you a fortune.<p>If one of your 2017 resolutions is to see all of the beauty and history that America has to offer on a dime, then you're going to love this supremely affordable travel idea.<p>Thanks to a brilliant train route devised by travel expert and blogger …

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Where to Stay Cheap in Europe: Budget Hotel and Hostel Reviews

As soon as we walked into our room in Munich, I had to say it. “I hate to admit this,” I told my blogging partner Yoshke, who was in charge of …

13 science fiction and fantasy books you can’t afford to miss this December

It’s December. I can hardly believe how fast the year flew by. December means the full rush of Christmas and holiday shopping, and it means a slightly lighter load of new books hitting bookstores. That’s fine by me: it means that I can try and tackle the accumulated piles of books on my own to-read …

29 travel hacks that even frequent fliers don't know

Essentially an express lane for the proactive, these programs are pre-approvals from the US Customs and Border Protection that designate you a low-risk traveler. As long as you're not a convicted criminal, you're good to go after little more than some light paperwork and a quick in-person interview.<p>…

37 Eye-Catching World Map Posters You Should Hang On Your Walls

Looking for the perfect world map poster to hand on your wall? The 37 eye-catching posters below include all types of different styles and designs. …

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Android privacy tips: 8 ways to secure your smartphone before Trump takes power

Donald Trump is the President-elect of the United States and the 61,039,251 (and counting) Americans who didn't vote for the Republican candidate …

Migrating From Windows To Linux — Then You Will Love These 6 Awesome Linux Distributions

Are you planning to <b>migrating from Windows to Linux</b> ?<p>Then you should check this list of some awesome Linux distributions for Windows users.<p>Privacy …

Weapons of Math Destruction: Cathy O'Neil adds up the damage of algorithms

The Harvard PhD and data scientist talks about her new book and ponders how people’s fear and trust of math is akin to worshipping God<p>Support our fearless, independent journalism with a contribution or by becoming a member<p>“People keep suggesting that democracy is alive and well because we have two …

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Booking website offers travellers 'hidden city flights' for a fraction of the cost

It may not have endeared them to airline companies … but a booking website says its service for unlocking “hidden city flights” can save travellers up to 80% on the cost of trips.<p>Skiplagged searches deep within airline websites to find what are known as “point beyond tickets”, which can yield …

Map of America's River Basins Show Our Nation's Hidden Beauty

As the election nears, our country can at times feel like a hideous and hateful place. Let this map of the United States’ river basins made by Imgur …

Yes, mathematics can be decolonised. Here's how to begin

Karin Brodie, <i>University of the Witwatersrand</i><p>At a time when decolonisation, part of which involves changing the content of what's taught, is dominating debate at many universities, the discipline of mathematics presents an interesting case.<p>But it's not obvious how mathematics can be decolonised at …