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5 Phrases to Use in Your Cover Letter to Land an Interview

Writing a cover letter isn’t an easy task for many job seekers. There’s a lot of pressure because, sometimes, the cover letter is the only piece the recruiter will read. Therefore, your cover letter must be a piece of writing that describes your achievements and how you will help the company …

Bad driving: what are we thinking?

New laws to curb dangerous driving highlight the fascinating psychology of the road<p>Last week the UK government announced a crackdown on unsafe driving. From now on, those of us spotted tailgating or lane hogging will face on-the-spot fines of £100 and three penalty points. As road safety minister …

Tesla Model S earns highest safety rating EVER from US agency - http://tcrn.ch/13B5C8I

Samsung Galaxy S4 tips and tricks | Trusted Reviews

Best Galaxy S4 tips and tricks<p>The Samsung Galaxy S4 has become the most popular Android phone of the year. It has sold tens of millions.<p>Samsung has …

Graphene: A new miracle in the material world

Britain is investing £60m in developing graphene. But are our businesses already falling behind in the race to exploit it, asks Rebecca Clancy.<p>It is lighter than a feather, stronger than steel, yet incredibly flexible and more conductive than copper. It has been hailed as “the miracle material”, …

China

The 25 Best Hotels In The World

We've created the ultimate list of the best hotels in the world by aggregating four notable hotel rankings made by elite travel publications and websites.<p>The rankings we used were Travel + Leisure's World's Best Hotel Awards, Conde Nast Traveler's Top 100 Hotels & Resorts (part of its annual …

Hospitality

The Loveliest Short Story You Will Read Today Was Published on Craigslist

"Missed Connection" stays with you.<p>Lucas Jackson/Reuters, Chris Heller<p>Craigslist: that scourge of the newspaper industry, that den of lust, that middleman responsible for an untold number of bedbug crises.<p>Or, Craigslist: the Internet's simplest and most ingenious disruptor, a digital equivalent of …

Daily chart: Britain's lawmakers currently earn the equivalent of around 2.7 times the country's GDP per person on a purchasing-power parity basis, on a par with many rich countries. Legislators in poorer countries in Africa and Asia in particular enjoy the heftiest salaries by this measure. Today's chart is a comparison of lawmakers' pay in selected countries http://econ.st/12DNmVm

One-seat wonder: The Jaguar Project 7

Racy, retro, and rocking the 550-hp V8 from the XKR-S.<p>Hey Jaguar, stop pandering to us with awesome things, the latest of which will debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed this week and summarily melt faceslike the end of <i>Raiders of the Lost Ark.</i><p>The car in question is the Jaguar Project 7. Put …

Aston Martin

35 Beaches You Should Visit In Your Lifetime

We've scoured world to find the best beaches you should put on your bucket list.<p>There's something for everyone: we found beaches where you can swim with penguins, relax under ancient Mayan ruins, bask on volcanic black sand, and more.

Beaches

Telescopic contact lenses magnify sight 2.8 times, turn wearer into cyborg

Interested in upgrading your eyeballs? Well, a team of DARPA-funded researchers led by Joseph Ford of UC San Diego recently published a proposal for a new type of telescopic contact lens in <i>Optics Express</i>. Designed for people with age-related macular degeneration, the lenses are only 1.17mm thick …

Last year 12m people in the world had $1m or more in investible assets. That is 1m more "high-net-worth individuals" than in 2011. After falling in two of the previous five years, their combined wealth increased by 10% in 2012 to a record $46.2 trillion. America, home to 3.4m very rich folk, Japan (1.9m) and Germany (over 1m) account for more than half of the world's wealthy http://econ.st/19VyXMM

Samsung Galaxy S4 Wireless Charger To Retail For $90

It looks likes we finally have some pricing details on the Samsung Galaxy S4 wireless charger, the device will apparently retail for $90, it comes in …

Vitamin supplements are good for you, right? Wrong, says a new book – they're a multibillion-pound con and in high doses can increase your risk of heart disease and cancer http://bit.ly/15Hjs6e Photograph: Liz McBurney for the Guardian

10 mindblowing uses for the world-changing substance that never was

Starlite could be the most valuable man-made substance ever created. It has the potential to revolutionise industries, save lives and change the …

Engineering

Travel Lists Archives – Wild Junket Adventure Travel Blog

By Nellie Huang| 2018-03-22T09:33:10+00:00 March 21st, 2018|<p>A collection of great rail journeys around the world: from the legendary Trans-Siberian …

How China Will Eat Your Lunch

China is like the sun melting the north pole ice cap. Every day, every year, fresh water drips into the sea. It’s gradual, but it’s noticeable.<p>“China is going to eat your lunch. They’re going to make your food more costly to produce. They’re going to make water more scarce,” says Michael …

How to spot a murderer's brain: http://gu.com/p/3fy86/tw Do your genes, rather than upbringing, determine whether you will become a criminal? Adrian Raine believed so – and breaking that taboo put him on collision course with the world of science Photograph: Public domain

Change the colour of your eyes with a laser

This week we've discovered two possible elixirs of youth, the secret to being more attractive to the opposite sex, and a back-pain breakthrough that …

Stem Cells

Conscious computing: how to take control of your life online Twitter, Facebook, Google… we know the internet is driving us to distraction. But could sitting at your computer actually calm you down? Oliver Burkeman investigates the slow web movement http://gu.com/p/3fkkz Photograph: Aaron Tilley for the Guardian