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10 Lessons I Learned from a Year of Productivity Experiments

Over the last 12 months I have conducted countless productivity experiments on myself, interviewed some of the most productive people in the world, …

The AMB House by Jacobsen Arquitetura

Beautiful Architecture – The AMB House.<p>The AMB House was designed by Jacobsen Arquitetura. The residence is situated at the coastline of São Paulo, …

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America’s natural gas system is super-leaky, and that’s bad news for the climate

Like a free-riding bus passenger whose expired ticket gets overlooked by the driver, the natural gas industry has been getting a free pass from the …

Interiors: Mellow in yellow - in pictures

From statement sofas to bold wallpaper designs, giant shining letters to the most cheerful kitchen appliances, it's time to let the sunshine into your home with accessories and furniture in this season's freshest colour

Nature-Inspired Resort Offers Treehouse Accommodations

It may not be a replacement for never having a treehouse as a child, but this unique resort is still pretty fun. Located just 30 minutes outside of Seattle, Washington, Treehouse Point is a sustainable bed and breakfast that offers a unique opportunity for adults to vacation in rooms built amongst …

Curriculum Vitae from Anton Yermolov

How To Stand Out – Creative Curriculum Vitae.<p>There are so many creative designers out there. Ukrainian graphic designer and illustrator Anton …

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Mexico energy reform sparks mass protest

Tens of thousands of people have marched in Mexico City to protest against constitutional reforms pushed through by President Enrique Pena Nieto to open the oil and gas industry to foreign investment.<p>An estimated 65,000 people gathered for the protest on Friday in the Zocalo - a main square in the …

Dining With The Stars: 10 Celeb-Approved Restaurants In NYC

Stars, they're just like us! It's no surprise that some of our favorite NYC restaurants are also frequented by New York's A-list celebs, from Vince …

Where To Shop, Eat and Drink in New York City Right Now

New York City is currently being invaded by winter storm Nika and the international fashion industry set. Editors, buyers, writers, bloggeurs, and other random fashion folk are coming to our hometown for New York Fashion Week. What kind of hosts would we be if we didn’t offer our visitors a few …

This awe-inducing art will be at MoMA PS1’s Warm Up (slide show)

Rendering courtesy the LivingRendering of the Living’s Hy-Fi<p>Rendering courtesy the LivingRendering of the Living’s Hy-Fi<p>Rendering courtesy the …

Our Guide to the Best New York Fashion Week Parties - PAPER

<i>Vortex shmortex. Don't let the weather get in the way when there's party-hopping to be had. We've rounded up the best bashes going down this fashion week season and, as always, we've calculated your odds of getting in. At least screwdrivers have Vitamin C, right?</i><b><br>WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5</b><p><b>ALREADY …

Treat House Debuts Red Velvet for Valentine's Day

Treat House’s reimagined Rice Krispies desserts<p>Treat House, which opened in August, riffs on a familiar childhood favorite, the Rice Krispies treat. …

The Manhattan Heatmap: Where to Eat Right Now

More often than not, tipsters, readers, friends and family of Eater have one question: Where should I eat right now? Restaurant obsessives want to know what's new, what's hot, which favorite chef just launched a sophomore effort, what Michael White is up to these days. And while the Eater 38 is a …

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13 Apps to Inspire Creativity

If you haven’t fallen off the resolutions wagon yet… congrats. If as soon as week one ended, so did your good intentions, we totally hear you. But one resolution that’s always worth keeping is continually trying to bring creativity to your life every day. In our obsession with doing just that, …

Ditch the Game: 20 Outstanding Reservations Currently Available on Super Bowl Sunday

If you don’t want to spend Super Bowl Sunday watching the game, while possibly devouring a ridiculous takeout spread, you should know that it just so …

Greens suffer another KXL setback

The State Department on Friday released a final environmental study of the Keystone XL oil pipeline that increases the odds the project will win approval from the Obama administration, delivering yet another disappointment for climate activists.<p>The long-awaited analysis echoes past State Department …

5 Inspiring Websites That Will Make You Smarter

If you're one of those people who's on an endless quest for knowledge, you look for reliable sources where you can learn something new every day. Today, we bring you five websites about learning and curiosity. These websites aren't known for their beautiful photography or their amazing art. Rather, …

13 Everyday Phrases That Actually Came From Shakespeare

Whether a fan or not though, you probably use many of Shakespeare's phrases on a regular basis.<p>Here's a list of 13 popular, albeit strange, sayings The Bard coined. In fact, we say or write some of these so often, they've become clichés.<p><b>1. "Green-eyed monster"</b><p>Meaning: jealousy.<p>In "Othello," Iago …

Massive underground water reserve discovered in drought-stricken Kenya

Experts say the Lotikipi Basin Aquifer could meet Kenya's water needs for the next 70 years — if it's managed properly<p>Scientists in Kenya have discovered a massive underground reserve that could allow the drought-ravaged country to meet its water needs for the next 70 years. Discovered in the …

America Is Still Running Out of Fresh Water

For much of the last week, poli­cy­makers’ eyes have been trained over­seas, as Pres­id­ent Obama tries to con­vince Con­gress (and the pub­lic) that …