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Nefesh B'Nefesh launches initiative to support entrepreneurial immigrants

The opportunity is open to olim from North American and UK, who have immigrated to Israel through the aliya organization.<p>><br>• ><p>233 US and Canadian Olim …

Guccifer 2.0 is a Russian Intelligence Officer. Does That Mean Trump Team Colluded?

Whoever assisted a Kremlin intelligence officer regarding the DNC hack is open to a charge of criminal conspiracy. None other than Roger Stone …

Facebook knows literally everything about you

Cambridge Analytica may have used Facebook’s data to influence your political opinions. But why does least-liked tech company Facebook have all this data about its users in the first place?<p>Let’s put aside Instagram, WhatsApp and other Facebook products for a minute. Facebook has built the world’s …

The giant garbage vortex in the Pacific Ocean is over twice the size of Texas — here's what it looks like

There's far too much plastic in the world's oceans, and the problem continues to build up.<p>Every little bit of plastic that gets tossed into the ocean or swept downstream out to sea either sinks or is picked up by currents. Much of it is eventually carried into one of five massive ocean regions, …

This is why our phones are making us miserable: happiness isn't the same thing as pleasure, and our brain knows it

People trying to sell you a new car, a fancy phone, or a bigger home might like you to believe that money can buy a whole lot of happiness. But your brain knows that's not true. Money can buy you pleasure, but happiness has to come from somewhere else.<p>If you're confused between happiness and …

Happiness

You can take Google's Machine Learning Crash Course for free now

Google’s new ‘Machine Learning Crash Course’ is now available and it’s free for everyone. If robots are coming for your job this class will prepare you for your next one.<p>This same course has been taken by more than 18,000 Google engineers, and this is the first time it’s been made available to the …

20 Unbelievable Off-the-Grid Getaways | Part I | Hero and Leander

Travelling to off-the-grid getaways may not be something that you have ever given much thought to, but now’s the time to start. Remote = romantic in …

Off-grid

Aerial photographs of Los Angeles and New York – in pictures

Photographer Jeffrey Milstein explores residential and commercial neighbourhoods, parks and recreation spots, and industrial districts of LA and New York using a high-resolution camera from a helicopter, in his new book LANY (Thames & Hudson)

20 Years Ago, Jeff Bezos Said This 1 Thing Separates People Who Achieve Lasting Success From Those Who Don't

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has stuck to this simple yet powerful approach, and it's one all of us can take.<p>Jeff Bezos founded Amazon in 1994. Twenty-three years later, he's one of the richest people in the world. But while Amazon is undeniably a tech company, the business was built on this …

Woman Fired For Flipping Off Donald Trump's Motorcade

A photo of Juli Briskman giving the middle finger to the president went viral. Her employer was not pleased.<p>WASHINGTON ― You may have seen this photo of President Donald Trump’s motorcade winding down a wooded road last week as a woman on a bicycle pedaled by ― giving the middle finger to Trump.<p>The …

Donald Trump

Paradise Papers Shine Light on Where the Elite Hide Their Money

It’s called the Paradise Papers: the latest in a series of leaks made public by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists shedding light on the trillions of dollars that move through offshore tax havens.<p>The core of the leak, totaling more than 13.4 million documents, focuses on the …

How the internet changed the market for sex

“Elle” is a 63-year-old sex worker. She’s been at it for decades, and what makes her extraordinary isn’t just her longevity in the business, but her ability to adapt to a changing market. Sex work is as old as civilization, but in the past 20 years the market for illegal sex services has undergone …

Profit

Saudi Arabia Arrests 11 Princes, Including Billionaire Alwaleed bin Talal

LONDON — Saudi Arabia announced the arrest on Saturday night of the prominent billionaire investor Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, plus at least 10 other princes, four ministers and tens of former ministers.<p>The announcement of the arrests was made over Al Arabiya, the Saudi-owned satellite network whose …

Saudi Arabia

alessi’s da vinci inspired wine bottle la signora eugenia e il passero solitario

<b>in 2011, alberto alessi — president of the italian design company alessi — bought ‘cascina eugenia’, a farmhouse surrounded by vineyards located in</b> …

Wine

The Wall House | Guedes Cruz Architects

Like a wall in a Castle not in stone, but in concrete, glass and wood.<p>Not for protection but because of the neighbours and the strong Atlantic Wind.<p>A …

Jeff Bezos is the world's richest person — and he could redefine philanthropy

Jeff Bezos was just named the top billionaire on the Forbes annual list, with a net worth of $112 billion. This makes him far and away the world's richest person.<p>Bezos displaced Microsoft cofounder Bill Gates, whose net worth is $90 billion, according to Forbes. The new distinction could fuel …

Jeff Bezos

A look inside the marriage of the richest couple in history, Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos — who met at work, were engaged in 3 months, and own more land than almost anyone else in America

<b>• After meeting at D.E. Shaw & Co., Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos were married in 1993.</b><p><b>• Shortly afterward, the couple relocated to Seattle to found Amazon; MacKenzie was one of the company's first employees.</b><p><b>• Today, Jeff Bezos is worth $127 billion, making him the richest person in history.</b><p>Jeff Bezos …

Jeff Bezos

How Famed Butcher Pat LaFrieda Ditched Wall Street And Built A $200 Million Business

Often called America’s most famous butcher, Pat LaFrieda is a 46-year-old Wall Street dropout who came back to his family meat business in 1994 and turned it into the distributor to the best restaurants in New York City. Founded in 1922, he runs Pat LaFrieda Meat Purveyors, which was originally …

Wall Street

A US design firm has plans for a skyscraper that would hang from an asteroid

A New York design firm called Clouds Architecture Office has proposed a tower that would hang from an asteroid 31,068 miles above Earth.<p>The Analemma Tower would be the tallest building ever made. The plans say it would be powered by solar panels and those panels would constantly be exposed to …

Solar Panels

Huckabee on TBN

Think Fake News Is Scary? Try False Teaching

We learn to spot a lie by studying the truth. The headline hit my Facebook feed at the peak of lake season: “Freshwater Shark Caught in Lake …

Fake News

Trump's Change of Heart Puts $1 Trillion Building Plan in Limbo

Donald Trump’s infrastructure guru spent part of Sept. 26 at a conference in Washington promoting the president’s $1 trillion plan to rebuild the …

The White House

According to the SpaceX Co-Founder, This Is Why Elon Musk Is Wildly Successful

Intelligence helps, but it's not what lets Musk rise to the top (and stay there).<p>With businesses that focus on clean energy, electric, self-driving cars and launching into outer space, Elon Musk is on the innovation scoreboard in a big way, and often leading it. But according to a Quora response …

A 70-Year Study of More Than 3 Million Patents Reveals These Simple Steps to Problem Solving

David Conley ran Intel's worldwide innovation program. Now he's teaching you a simple method to overcome the obstacles that plague your business<p>David Conley found himself on a team of experts who were attempting to design satellite superstructures, a challenge not specifically covered while earning …

The CEO of a $36 billion tech company likes to ask job candidates 3 intensely personal questions

Intuit CEO Brad Smith doesn't go for conventional interview questions.<p>The tech CEO, who runs a $36 billion finance and business software company, interviews candidates going for senior positions at Intuit, as well as individuals with key talents who the company is seeking to recruit — like data …

Siblings

Why Hyaluronic Acid Is in Every Skincare Product Lately

It’s the most hardworking ingredient there is.<p><i>This story originally appeared in Racked’s daily newsletter. Want more news from Racked?</i> <i>Sign up for our newsletter here</i><i>.</i><p>It’s really easy to get overwhelmed shopping for skincare. Between the bizarre-sounding ingredients (“vital energies”?), neologisms, …

How to Preach Well According to Martin Luther

Early in his ministry, Martin Luther sarcastically described his “lazy” life of ministry in Wittenberg:<p><i>“All day long I do nothing but write letters…</i> …

FSY House

Surrounded by a lagoon and golf course, the FSY House contrasts its lush Buenos Aires landscape with a concrete facade. The exterior carries a …

Architecture

14 Epic Libraries Around the World

Calling all bookworms.<p>A cab driver once told me that, at the age of eight, he walked 10 miles from his Egyptian hometown in search of a private library rumored to have a copy of Nizar Qabbani’s <i>Arabian Love Poems</i>. Disregarding Washington D.C.'s late-night club-goers jaywalking outside the taxi, he …

9 Signs You Are Genuinely Confident, Without Seeming Cocky at All

The best confidence is quiet confidence. Here's how to know if you have real confidence -- and if not, how you can develop it.<p>Like most people's, my confidence level ebbs and flows. I'm what I call situationally confident. Depending on the setting, sometimes I'm extremely assured. Other times I'm …