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Walk In Shower Ideas That Redefine Luxury

Most showers are not fancy. They get the job done. They have a spout that water comes out of, a drain at the bottom and some sort of enclosure to …

This 27-year-old just became the first woman to visit every country in the world

She left for her world tour in July 2015, and on February 2 she visited Yemen, the 196th and final country on her list. <b>Her entire journey around the world took 18 months and 26 days</b>, smashing the previous record of three years and three months.<p><b>De Pecol is now completing the paperwork to be</b> …

Disney Fans Will Love This New Ethan Allen Home Collection

Everything is surprisingly sophisticated.<p>Some fans show their love for all things Disney with fairytale weddings, gorgeous murals, and enchanting Halloween pumpkins, but pretty soon, you'll be able to express your Disney devotion in your living room, kitchen, and your bedroom, too.<p>Furniture …

Walt Disney Company

In India, A Rich Food Culture Vanishes From The Train Tracks

Much like armies, train travelers in India march on their stomachs. And this was certainly true when I was a child, growing up in the 1980s, in the southern city of Chennai. My most vivid memories of summer vacations are of overnight train journeys to Hyderabad, to visit my maternal grandparents. …

Family Travel

28 Underused Words You Really Need To Start Using

From absquatulate to vituperative, via Word Warriors.<p>For more underused words, visit the word warriors site.

26 of the best (ever) DIY tips!

DIY home improvement is fantastic because anybody, with any skill set, can have a go and there will be one or two projects that work wonderfully …

What We Can Learn from Steve Jobs

How Singapore's 21-year-old Joseph Schooling beat his IDOL Michael Phelps: Gold medalist trained in Florida and Texas and was inspired by 2008 meeting with the American champion when he was just 14

• <b>Joseph Schooling, 21, beat Michael Phelps in the 100-meter butterfly</b>• <b><br>They first met in 2008, when Schooling was just an awkward schoolboy</b>• <b><br>Schooling was</b> …

Popular Science's Spaceship Design Contest Winners!

Congratulations<p>This past April, we put out a call for your ambitious spaceship designs. The only real rules were that we wanted to see an image, and that "the ideas must meet a certain threshold of seriousness, relying on technology that is available today or seen as feasible in the next decade." …

Audi is trying to beat Tesla at its own game

Audi's ramping up its electric car plans and hopes to have three models by 2020. It'll also form a new subsidiary to work on autonomous cars.<p>The company's chief executive Rupert Stadler told Reuters that Audi's renewed push for electric cars is a direct result of the emissions scandal that …

Autonomous Cars

15 of the world's most terrifying airport runways

From a Caribbean island where the runway ends right at a popular beach to a runway made entirely of ice in Antarctica, here are 15 of the most terrifying airport runways around the world.

The 55 buildings in New York City you need to see in your lifetime

It's said that New York City is a concrete jungle (where dreams are made of), but there's a lot to love about the concrete (and glass, and steel, and brick) that makes up the city.<p>The five boroughs are jam-packed with scores of iconic buildings and architectural landmarks. New York was home to the …

10 Stunning modern Architectural Masterpieces which the world will soon see

The future looks charmless and inhospitable. As the population rises, more and more cities around the world are becoming congested. Therefore, …

Check out the Transit Elevated Bus – that glides over traffic and could solve China's travel woes

An amazingly futuristic solution to China’s mega traffic jams and pollution has been unveiled at the technology expo in Beijing.<p>The TEB looks like an urban catamaran that sails above the traffic jams, racing along at an even 60 km per hour, and passing over vehicles less than two metres high.<p>The …

SHoP Architects’ 626 First Avenue nears completion in New York

Approximately 60,000 square feet <b>(5574,183 square meter)</b> of building amenities include <b>a rooftop infinity pool and indoor 75' skybridge lap pool,</b> …

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos shares thoughts on corporate culture, decision-making and failure

It may not be Warren Buffett's eagerly anticipated letter to shareholders, but Amazon.com Chief Executive Jeff Bezos' annual investor missive has become known for offering its own yearly insights into how he runs the online retail giant.<p>Two years ago, for instance, Bezos shared in his letter that …

Corporate Culture

3 Reasons You Need Mentors to Succeed in Business and Life

You need many mentors in your life and in your career.<p>You need many mentors (or what I love to refer to as Yodas) in your life and in your career. You need mentors and you need to mentor others in order to reinforce what your core beliefs or critical career and life success factors are. Here are 3 …

World's 10 most expensive cities for residents in 2016 | CNN Travel

First Look: Google’s New, More Subdued Headquarters

Google’s much-hyped new campus has a somewhat new look. After the City of Mountain View limited the buildable space, the tech company was forced to reduce the overall size of the complex. The overarching concept remains intact—a micro “city” of buildings lined by bike paths, outdoor walkways, and …

A Forgettable Family Room Gets a Sophisticated Second Chance

The formerly dark space gets a sophisticated, cream-colored new look.<p>When interior designer Stacey Cohen first saw the dark fireplace and oversized built-in cabinets in the family room of her clients's home, she knew she had her work cut out for her.<p>The fireplace sat at an awkward angle, but moving …

Interior Design

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The 21 most anticipated movies of 2016

But this year's poised to be even better with a thrilling lineup of reboots, sequels, and buzzed-about debut series hitting the box office.<p>From Pixar's "Finding Dory," the long-awaited follow-up to "Finding Nemo," to J.K. Rowling's screenwriting debut, "Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them," …

Modern Australian Outback Beach House

If I lived in the Australian Outback, I'd want to live in a house like this. Designed by Melbourne-based architectural practice BKK, the Corinella House is a 220 acre sheep farm that sits on a peninsula in Victoria, Australia's Weternport Bay. The home overlooks mangrove trees and sand flats, and …

Audi just unveiled a new electric car that should worry Tesla

At its Tuesday press event at the International Motor Show in Frankfurt, the Volkswagen subsidiary finally revealed a ton of details about its all-electric concept car, the e-tron quattro, and it looks like Tesla could be getting some serious competition.<p>With its long range, fast-charging …

An unbelievable collection of rare cars just set records at a New York auction

On Thursday night, 31 rare cars at RM Sotheby’s New York auction house revived the city's love affair with the classic automobile. The showstopper was a Ferrari 290 MM by design house Scaglietti that fetched over $28 million, making it the most expensive car sold this year. The machine was built …

Banksy uses Steve Jobs artwork to highlight refugee crisis

Graffiti of Steve Jobs carrying a sack and a Macintosh by Banksy has appeared in Calais' jungle camp, symbolising the Apple co-founder's status as the son of a Syrian migrant<p>Graffiti of late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has appeared in the jungle migrant camp in Calias, serving as a poignant …

Extraordinary Entries from the 2015 National Geographic Photo Contest

Last month, we featured a selection of the spectacular entries in the 2015 National Geographic Photo Contest, and we’re pleased to share even more works from the competition. The chosen entries showcase the stunning diversity of our world, through both landscape and culture. They depict an exciting …

Big, beautiful photos of the first Apple Store created by Apple's design boss Jony Ive

Located in the heart of Belgium, this new location was designed by Sir Jony Ive, Apple's design genius who ultimately controls how the company's bestselling hardware and software looks and feels.<p>Though Apple cofounder Steve Jobs is famously known for partially designing many of the Apple Stores, …

24 Magical Images of Light Trails

Capturing light trails of something moving, often a vehicle, is somewhat magical because it’s something you cannot see with the naked eye. So only …