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Why You Need to Look Outside the Photography Industry to Improve Your Business

There's so much we photographers can learn from watching what others in our industry do, whether we watch a tutorial or start an online photography …

The 26 Most Raved-About Retinols and Why You Should Be Using Them

Skin Care

How to Get the Supernatural Skin of a Nina Ricci Girl: A Backstage Cheat Sheet

“It’s all about the girls looking very sensual, refined, polished,” said the makeup artist <b>Aaron de Mey</b> backstage at Nina Ricci today—where, in spite of a hectic day of shows, models were emitting a supernatural glow. Answering designer **Guillaume Henry’**s call for a subtler variation on sexiness, …

Exes Ask Each Other Questions They Never Had A Chance To While Dating (Video)

Two brave exes agreed to sit down and talk in front of cameras about why their relationship failed.<p>What resulted was a video more truthful and …

One of iOS's niftiest features is the ability to monitor what apps are draining your battery.

iOS

Introverts or Extroverts: Here’s Which One Has It Better

In the US, it’s always seemed like the answer was “extrovert.” Being social is lauded and most people seem skeptical of all that skulking about that …

5 Email Myths You Should Stop Believing

Expert analysis of 500,000 emails reveals what really works and what doesn’t when sending messages.<p>Everyone wants to work smarter, but sometimes it’s the little things that weigh us down. Like email.<p>Most of us spend more than a quarter of our workday sending and receiving messages. Instead of …

Really Bad Powerpoint | Seth's Blog

<i>I wrote this about four years ago, originally as an ebook. I figured the idea might spread and then the problem would go away–we’d no longer see</i> …