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This site makes browsing Netflix simple again

Tired of spending more time trying to find something to watch on Netflix than actually watching stuff? Flixable aims to fix that.<p>We've all been there. You sit down for movie night, open Netflix and start looking for something to watch. And you keep looking. And keep looking. And you look until you …

Watchlist

"Breeding" Schrödinger's Cat Could Unlock the Boundary Between the Quantum and Classical Worlds

Here's a sentence that's just as exciting as it is nonsensical: physicists are figuring out how to "breed" larger versions of Schrödinger's cat. …

8 documentários sobre ciência para explodir a sua cabeça

Aprender sobre ciência sempre fica mais divertido com um balde de pipoca para acompanhar. É por isso que a GALILEU fez uma seleção de alguns dos …

Inhotim, Ouro Preto e Belo Horizonte: roteiro de quatro dias

Eu, que moro aqui, sou o primeiro a dizer: não é o tempo ideal. Mas como muita gente desembarca em Belo Horizonte em feriadões, muitas vezes sobram …

Find It First: 15 Beaches That Are Totally Off the Radar, For Now

We all crave the next sweet spot, that unspoiled getaway that no one else knows about. Here are 15 beaches where you'll be one step ahead of everyone …

Beaches

Como aproveitar as ofertas de Natal e da Black Friday dos EUA

Tem muito eletrônico interessante à venda nos Estados Unidos que nunca chega aqui no Brasil. Um exemplo é a linha de computadores da Microsoft; o …

44 Essential Movies for the Student of Philosophy

What comes to mind when you hear the phrase “philosophical film”? <i>The Matrix</i>, most likely, an obvious example of a movie—or franchise—that explores …

The 10 Most Important Sustainable Business Stories from 2014

It’s been an amazing 12 months in the world of sustainable business. From climate change to inequality, the scope of humanity’s biggest environmental and social challenges came into much sharper focus this year — as did the scale and range of opportunities to do something about them. And citizens, …

A 96-Song Playlist of Music in Haruki Murakami’s Novels: Miles Davis, Glenn Gould, the Beach Boys & More

Last month we featured the particulars of novelist Haruki Murakami's passion for jazz, including a big Youtube playlist of songs selected from</i> …

This week's #LPfanphoto was taken by @caricoawanderings in Parque Nacional da Chapada dos Guimarães, #Brazil. The lookout perched above the impressive, free

Are You 'Leading The Life You Want'?

Life is all about trade-offs. You can’t have it all. That’s the conventional wisdom about “work-life balance.” But according to Stew Friedman, Wharton School professor and author of the new Leading the Life You Want: Skills for Integrating Work and Life, we need to rethink those assumptions. “The …

Monet: l’art n’est pas mort

L’exposition Monet au Grand Palais, qui s’est close hier soir après près de quatre mois de succès, a connu un record d’affluence, avec plus de 900 …

France

Five reasons to visit Rotterdam

Rotterdam is your typical second city. While second cities might often be disregarded in favour of just checking out their popular counterparts (Amsterdam, we’re looking at you), to do so is a travel faux pas. Second cities are generally self-assured – existing for themselves and not just for …

Driving Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way

The 'Wild Atlantic Way' driving route neatly packages the abundant attractions of Ireland's west coast, from West Cork to Donegal. The well-signed, easy-to-navigate route includes 157 'Discovery Points', where drivers can stop and learn more about the must-sees and lesser-known diversions of this …

Switzerland’s valley of butterflies

The rugged, ancient landscape of Canton Valais is home to a variety of exquisite, endangered butterflies that draws lepidopterists from around the world.<p>I had not come to Valais, a rugged, ancient landscape that stretches along Switzerland’s Rhône River Valley, for its ski slopes or Matterhorn …

Nature

A road trip toward holiday nirvana

Kate Armstrong takes on one of the world’s most iconic road trips, reliving memories of coconut oil aromas and honouring the soldiers for whom the route was built.<p>Between 1919 and 1932, 3,000 returned Australian WWI soldiers and sailors toiled with picks, shovels and carts to complete a daunting …

Australia

Portugal’s anti-port

Port might be Portugal’s most famous export, but with a more affordable price point and roots that are uniquely Portuguese, vinho verde is the wine to drink every day.<p>There were nine musicians in all – playing horns, guitars, accordions – and that's if you didn't count the rest of us, improvising …

European Travel

Canada’s greatest hidden rail trip

Weaving along a narrow ledge between razor-sharp mountains and a gigantic, glittering lake, the tiny, two-car Kaoham Shuttle is a train lover's dream.<p>Weaving along a narrow ledge between razor-sharp mountains and a gigantic, glittering lake, the tiny, two-car Kaoham Shuttle is arguably Canada’s …

Trains

The world’s must-visit islands

With draws including Jurassic Park-like scenery, hand-blown glass and thousand-strong king penguin colonies, these five islands don’t need tropical beaches to thrill.<p>Often featuring unique geography, wildlife and culture, islands can easily become a world unto themselves. But to find the most …

Ho Chi Minh City

The call of the Canadian wild

Canada’s remote Yukon Territory inspired Jack London’s famed 1903 Call of the Wild – and draws travellers today with wild landscapes and memories of rough-and-tumble adventures.<p>It was a hot afternoon in July when my shuttle bus stuttered to a halt on the dusty banks of the Yukon River. I squinted, …

Yukon Territory

Shakes on a plane: remote, unusual and downright scary airports

To mark Lonely Planet’s sponsorship of the iconic 1917 Curtiss JN-4 ‘Flying Jenny’ Biplane’s commemorative air tour this summer we’re exploring the history of aviation and its continued impact on travel. You can find out more about the Jenny’s progress around the USA, and the history of this …

Top 10 reasons Belgium isn’t boring

Late British comic Bob Monkhouse used to joke ‘I went to Belgium once. It was closed.’ Little understood, riddled with Eurocrats, somehow <i>between</i> places – all these impressions have contributed to Belgium’s dull rep. But dig a bit and you’ll find that Belgium is actually fascinating. Here are 10 …

The Swiss train tourists don’t take

The Rhäetian Railway provides an awe-inspiring, adrenaline-inducing ride past therapeutic springs and mountain-perched castles, crossing 84 tunnels and 383 bridges along the way.<p>I floated in a steamy, 38C rooftop pool, watching glints of the sinking copper sun reflect off the Rhäetian Alps. Located …

European Travel

16 Super Useful Apps Every Commuter Needs

Your commute sucks. There's an app for that.<p><b>For iOS and Android</b>: Citymapper shows you all your transport options between two points, by bus, train, taxi, bike or on foot, or a combination of those.<p>The app currently works in London, Paris, Berlin, New York, Boston, Washington DC, Barcelona, and …

Apps

Breathtaking Photos of the Blue Forest in Belgium

If you love discovering extraordinary travel destinations off the beaten path, do we have a place for you. Though this may look like a scene straight out of a fairy-tale, this blue forest is, in fact, real. Just 30 minutes south of Brussels, in Belgium, is a forest called Hallerbos. During the …

Forests

Exploring America's attic: a guide to the Smithsonian Institution

What's over 165 years old, boasts 19 'arms' and 137 million dead and living objects? The Smithsonian Institution.<p>Quirky statistics aside, this place is no joke. Most travelers have heard of the Smithsonian before they visit Washington, DC. As far as popularity and fame go, it's DC's equivalent of …

Six weekend breaks in Europe

If you’ve ticked off Europe's big city hitters such as Paris, Rome and Madrid, then <i>Lonely Planet Traveller</i> magazine has some suggestions for your next trip.<p>Jerez de la Frontera, Spain<p>Jerez distils Andalucian culture down to its most dramatic elements. It is a beguiling town of sherry bodegas, sleek …