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7 Things Remarkably Happy People Do Often

Happiness can be a choice -- especially when you take the right actions.<p>Happiness: Everyone wants it, yet relatively few seem to get enough of it, especially those in their early 40s. (I'm no psychologist, but that's probably about when many of us start thinking, "Wait--is <i>this</i> all there is?")<p>Good …

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CrossCoin Ventures launches first Ripple startup accelerator

Advertisement<p>3 Comments<p>Credit: CrossCoin Ventures/Eric Millette<p>With Bitcoin’s woes, could it be time for Ripple to shine? CrossCoin Ventures plans to …

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How economic growth has become anti-life

An obsession with growth has eclipsed our concern for sustainability, justice and human dignity. But people are not disposable – the value of life lies outside economic development<p>Limitless growth is the fantasy of economists, businesses and politicians. It is seen as a measure of progress. As a …

Absolutely Stunning Illusion of an Underwater Waterfall

Mauritius is an island nation officially called the Republic of Mauritius, or in French, <i>République de Maurice</i>, located in the Indian Ocean about …

The world wine map is changing

The new edition of a great wine atlas shows how much the 'winescape’ has shifted in the past six years<p>We have been drawing maps – in their most rudimentary forms, simple sketches to show, say, the location of a pass through a mountain chain – for thousands of years. The first were probably no more …

15 fun Google Easter eggs

Google is used by millions of people to navigate the web every day, but how many of us really put it through its paces? The Telegraph digs out a few of the search engine's hidden gems.<p>1. Calculator<p>Google's calculator function is far more powerful than most people realise. As well as doing basic …

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It's a wrap

Thanks to all those that attended the Optimizer sessions and stopped by the Optimizer demopod during this years Oracle OpenWorld. It was an amazing …

Smartphone-powered beer brewing bot makes the perfect suds, every time – http://tcrn.ch/19DUcxU

Wine Has Sommeliers. Now, Beer Has Cicerones

If you've been to a fancy restaurant, you've probably seen a sommelier — those wine experts who make sure you get the best possible match for your meal. But what if you don't want a chardonnay or pinot? What if you want a nice cold beer?<p>A new program is working to bring this same level of knowledge …

We found 5 new private jet companies that'll sell you a ticket for less than a first-class commercial flight--seriously. Buh-bye long airport lines: http://ow.ly/nNvXo

The Telegraph Festival of Business 2017

Registration and Breakfast<p>Welcome Address from the Chairman<p>Jeremy Warner, Associate Editor, The Telegraph<p>KEYNOTE<p>K<p>Keynote Address<p>Lady Michelle Mone, Baroness of Mayfair OBE<p>Panel Session: Talent: attracting, recruiting and retaining your most valuable asset<p>Understand how important your company's …

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Programming is FUNdamental: A closer look at Code.org's star-studded computer science campaign

"All these people who've made it big have their own variation of the same story, where they felt lucky to be exposed to computer programming at the right age, and it bloomed into something that changed their life," explains the organization's co-founder, Ali Partovi, seated in the conference room …

Bitcoin: how I made a virtual fortune What started off as essentially a hobby became a virtual company with market capitalisation worth around £250,000. http://gu.com/p/3hxpn Photograph: Rick Bowmer/AP

New Camera System Puts The Subject Front And Center, No Matter What

If you’ve seen a Darren Aronofsky movie, you’re probably familiar with the Snorricam, a type of camera mount that straps the camera directly to the …

iOS default despair: Where Ars staff turns for better app experiences | Ars Technica

Many times the basic isn't what you need. Luckily, there are plenty of alternatives.<p>Third-party apps didn't exist when the iPhone first launched in …

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