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Breathe your way to happiness.

Breathing -Your new best friend.<p>No matter who we are, what we do, what we have or what we have achieved, every single one of us will at some-point …

Best Stretching and Strengthening Exercises for Cyclists

Your tightest muscles may be keeping other ones from performing their best. Here’s how to balance them out for a super strong—and comfortable—pedal stroke.<p>We working cyclists spend a whole lot of waking hours in the same position. Sitting, hunched over desks. Sitting, hunched over phones. Sitting, …

Yoga

Work From Anywhere But Home: Startups Emerge To Turn You Into A Globetrotting Digital Nomad

As digital workers freelance from around the world, startups are popping up to offer them housing, advice, and a place to log on.<p>While he was a university student in the Netherlands in 2009, Pieter Levels started an electronic music channel on YouTube that he says became popular enough to pay the …

These 3-D Printed Bricks Cool Rooms Without Air Conditioning

The idea of “evaporative cooling” goes back centuries. Now it’s seeing new life in the shape of a brick–the 3-D printed “Cool Brick.”<p>Developed by Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello, the Cool Brick is both masonry and an alternative to air conditioning. Containing thousands of holes, it’s porous …

Home Improvement

Pixie's new Bluetooth beacons make it harder for you to lose your stuff

Whether you've left a wallet in a cab or misplaced something at home, losing your things is a real annoyance. What's worse is that it feels like a problem we shouldn't have to deal with in the age of smart devices. Sure, sometimes you can use Find my iPhone, but what about objects that don't have …

VexBox throttles teens' Internet speeds. Evil, brilliant or both?

A Kickstarter project designed to encourage teens to do their chores works by slowing their Internet connection down to a painful crawl.<p>This is how I imagine the conversation would go between a parent who has just installed a VexBox and that parent's teen:<p>"Have you cleaned your room yet?"<p>"No, mom. …

YouTube under fire from musician Zoe Keating over Music Key contract

Google’s video service may have agreed music deals with indie labels, but DIY artist says she’s still being pressured to sign unfair terms<p>Musician Zöe Keating has criticised YouTube for threatening to block her channel unless she signs up to new terms covering its recently-launched YouTube Music …

The 15 Grossest Things You Might Be Eating

You'll be seriously disturbed by the secret ingredients lurking in your pantry.<p><i>This article was written by Leah Zerbe and repurposed with permission from Rodale News.</i><p>Unfortunately, gross food has become the norm in most supermarkets, with packaged food ingredient lists reading more like chemistry …

Add Animated Gifs To Your Bike Wheels

If you’ve always wanted to express yourself through gifs IRL while riding a bike AND you’re cool with spending a little less than a grand to do so, …

Tiny magnetic keyboard delivers touch-typing with just eight keys

The portable keyboard has been reinvented once again, this time as the TextBlade, a miniscule magnetic click-together gadget with multitouch keys.<p>Typing on tablet and smartphone screens isn't everyone's idea of a good time. They're small, it's easy to tap the wrong key and you don't get the …

Vibrating bike grips deliver 'handy' directions

Just launched on Indiegogo, SmrtGrips guide you to your destination without you needing to fuss with your smartphone.<p>Smartphone mapping apps are a huge help when navigating a city, and bikes are a great way to get where you need to go. Put the two together, though, and you could be asking for …

The MacGyver of EDCs

The Tactical Marker transforms the ubiquitous every-day-carry Sharpie pen into a unique EDC tool that can also be used for camping, hiking, punching …

NASA's travel posters promote newly discovered planets

As interest in space travel grows, NASA has created posters advertising holidays on planets that could potentially support life.<p>The American space …

The Chandelier That Produces a Shadow Forest of Wild Trees

A year and a half ago, we told you about <i>Forms in Nature,</i> a stunning light sculpture by Hilden & Diaz (Thyra Hilden and Pio Diaz) that casts shadows of trees throughout a room. The 3D printed piece takes eight hours of assembly by hand. Created in Copenhagen, the beautiful chandelier took the world …

Ecology

SnapCam is iON's new $150 wearable lifelogging camera

What's the opposite of a selfie? Not sure? Well, we'd argue any photo from the SnapCam by iON (of Air Pro action camera fame) would fit that description. SnapCam is the latest entrant into the wearable lifelogging market (you may know Autographer, or Narrative already). The 1.5-inch square device …

Bare-bones camera prints eerie photos instantly without ink

PrintSnap combines nostalgia, instant gratification and a sense of humor in a unique analog camera.<p>6 Jan 2015<p>21st century developments in photography …

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Seaside or lakeside, waterfront houses evoke a sense of peace.<p>The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that the average American family of four uses 400 gallons of water each day—which...<p>All of us have heard that the real estate market is "bad" right now. However, what is bad for sellers is …

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