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14 Digital Trends on Kleiner Perkins’ Venture Capital Radar

Snapchat and WhatsApp both account for 700 million photos shared daily. The average Google user is six times more valuable than the average Facebook …

Advertising Industry

Infographic: What Does Your Handwriting Say About You?

Personality revealed through penmanship–look out for the loops and lines of a new coworker or love interest.<p>Graphology–the study of handwriting–has long been considered a pseudoscience, in the same family as phrenology (in which a lumpy forehead could mean you’re a psychopath) and astrology (in …

The Scientific Way to Mend a Broken Heart

Most of us have experienced heartbreak, and when you think about how it made you feel, it's very similar to physical pain and suffering. That's no …

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How To Quit Cable And Continue Watching All Your Shows (how to)

In the wake of the CBS/Time Warner Cable dispute, many families are reevaluating their cable providers, and it’s no secret that more and more homes …

Articles about top 10 houses dwell week on Dwell.com - Dwell

The end of the year is the perfect time to celebrate change and renewal.<p>We celebrate the architecture firms that have led the way in Dwell's online community.<p>Here are the extraordinary prefabs that made the biggest splash this year.<p>These designs are cooking with gas.<p>These are the soothing spaces …

Architecture

Beautiful Houses: Timms Bach

This week we will show you the beautiful Timms Bach in New Zealand, a project by Herbst Architects. I love all the wood and open spaces of this …

No need for speed: why slow running has its own joy

Many runners take satisfaction from fast times and improved speeds. But I'm quite happy with my slower, steady pace<p>In his book Why We Run, ultramarathon runner and biologist Bernd Heinrich elaborates a theory of human evolution. Basically: running (fast) in pursuit of protein (antelopes) drove …