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These coders used 13,000 old photos to make a Google Street View map of San Francisco in the 1800s

If you’ve ever wondered what it would feel like to travel back in time and walk the streets of San Francisco, this might be the closest you’ll get.<p>Two developers, Dan Vanderkam and Raven Keller, had the brilliant idea to take all the old photographs from the San Francisco Historical Photograph …

10 Technical SEO Tips To Instantly Boost Your Site's Rankings (Updated)

Technical SEO is that aspect of SEO that baffles even the most seasoned SEO experts. Identifying technical issues and fixing those issues promptly …

SEO

This Startup Combats Zombie Meetings

Does it ever feel like your organization needs a meeting just to get all the useless meetings that crowd your workday under control?<p>Most managers …

Startups

'Morning Joe' airs brutal video showing Trump's previous stances on foreign policy compared with now

Donald Trump suggested in a Monday speech that he had been right about the Middle East from the start, but old video and audio clips show that the billionaire has been less than prescient on foreign policy.<p>MSNBC's "Morning Joe" spliced together footage Tuesday morning to show how the Republican …

Donald Trump

These Videos Will Give You the Summary of Big Business Books in Just 4 Minutes

That Elon Musk biography and Peter Thiel's book on startups have been on your reading list for a while. Will you ever get to them?<p>For all you procrastinators, or for those who need a refresher, New York-based Board Studios has created a series of videos that summarize business books in four …

Entrepreneurship

The 8 Most Recommended Books for Entrepreneurs

As an entrepreneur, finding time to read may be difficult. The one thing you can gain from taking the time to read is inspiration. By reading through …

Government

Google is building a new operating system

A page has surfaced on the code-sharing website GitHub about the new OS, called — for now, at least — Fuchsia.<p>It's not based on Android, the California-based technology company's mobile operating system used in billions of smartphones around the world, nor does it build upon the Linux kernel.<p>The …

Android News

How To Become An Authority | 45 Experts Share Their Strategies

<b>Find and focus on a single issue or topic and completely master it.</b><p>My 90 days would be spent on research, understanding and surfacing of new …

Anyone but … meet the other candidates in the ‘craziest election of all time’

A Green, a libertarian and a former spy are striving to get into the debates amid disillusion with both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump<p>Gary Johnson – the Republican-leaning, marijuana-smoking, Everest-climbing presidential nominee of the Libertarian party – has a problem: he will be barred from …

Government

Millions of cars at risk as keyless entry systems can be hacked, report says

Cars that use Volkswagen’s remote keyless entry system are vulnerable to theft using equipment costing £30, researchers claim<p>Tens of millions of cars are made vulnerable to theft by their keyless entry systems, according to a report by computer security experts.<p>The paper claims many of the 100m …

Automotive Industry

This Interactive Map Of Music Genres Will Take Up The Rest Of Your Day

A Belgian architect has created a map that could be the Internet’s next great music source.<p>The word ‘map’ doesn’t quite do Musicmap justice. If it were merely a map, that would just be a chance to jokingly present Dubstep as the Port Moseby, Papua New Guinea of the music world. Instead, the new …

Papua New Guinea

Must science be testable?

String wars among physicists have highlighted just how much science needs philosophy – and not just the amateur version<i>By Massimo Pigliucci</i>Read at …

Physics

That time the Philippine president used a homophobic slur to describe the U.S. ambassador

The first rule of diplomacy?<p>Don't use a homophobic slur when referring to a foreign dignitary.<p>But that's exactly what Rodrigo Duterte, president of the Philippines, did in televised remarks Friday. Washington reportedly summoned Manila's charge d’affaires in Washington on Monday to complain, in …

Asia

Google Maps accused of deleting Palestine – but the truth is more complicated

Condemnation leads to outrage about Google ‘removing’ country from map – but the country has never been labelled on the mapping service<p>Google has been accused of deleting Palestine from Google Maps – but the truth is, it was never labelled by Google in the first place.<p>When searching for Palestine …

Google Maps

Dubai invites 'Hyperloop' designs - CNN Style

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Hyperloop

Russia's Putin and Turkey's Erdogan meet after damaging rift

<b>St. Petersburg, Russia (CNN) —</b> Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is in the Russian city of St. Petersburg for a face-to-face meeting with his counterpart, Vladimir Putin.<p>It's the first time the two leaders have met since Turkish interceptors blasted a Russian warplane out of the skies over …

Russia

Research: Keeping Work and Life Separate Is More Trouble than It’s Worth

Many executives and employees strive for (and struggle with) work-life balance. Finding enough time in the week to both carve out meaningful home experiences and also complete high-priority work assignments seems to leave both domains depleted, and too often we’re left with strife and stress. To …

Work-life Balance

Portraits of famous meals from fiction

In one of the most famous scenes in classic literature, the narrator of Marcel Proust’s <i>In Search of Lost Time</i> is transported into childhood by the taste of tea and madeleines. As he sips the lime-blossom tea, he meditates on food and memory: Long after our loved ones have died, taste and smell …

Poll: Young people's fear of white extremism varies by race

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — The threat of violence by people inspired by foreign extremists invokes fear in a majority of young Americans across racial groups. But for young people of color, particularly African-Americans, that fear is matched or surpassed by worries about violence from white …

Baton Rouge

Donald Trump attempts to reset conversation with 'America First' economic plan

In a wide-ranging speech in Detroit on Monday, the Republican presidential nominee noted the decline of the city's manufacturing, which he blamed on globalism.<p>"Detroit was once the economic envy of the world. The people of Detroit helped power America to its position of global dominance in the 20th …

Donald Trump

Former Iranian president to Obama: Return seized $2 billion

Former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad wants more of his country’s money back.<p>In a letter to President Barack Obama made public Monday, Ahmadinejad asked for the U.S. to unfreeze $2 billion in Iranian foreign currency reserves that were seized from bank accounts in New York earlier this year. …

South Asia

4 Tools to Help You Identify the Skills You Need to Grow

In today’s highly competitive business environment, we all need to be in constant learning mode. No one can afford to take a vacation from developing new skills, especially as economic and political uncertainty threaten businesses and job stability and make future career prospects unclear. So how …

Learning

Positive link between video games and academic performance, study suggests

Students who played online games scored above average in maths, science and reading tests, although study does not prove games were the cause<p>Children who play online video games tend to do better in academic science, maths and reading tests, according to an analysis of data from over 12,000 high …

Education

Black Pastors Are Breaking the Law to Get Hillary Clinton Elected

Nearly a third of these churchgoers say they’ve heard clergy support her from the pulpit in the past few months, according to a survey.<p>It is illegal for clergy to support or oppose political candidates from the pulpit. Houses of worship can host candidate forums and voter-registration drives; …

Hillary Clinton

Italian sailor uses mouth-to-mouth to revive kitten

MILAN (AP) — The Italian coast guard has rescued and revived a kitten that was drowning by using massage and mouth-to-mouth, after children on shore drew attention to its plight.<p>A sailor jumped in the sea to rescue the cat, which was floating apparently lifeless in the water, as the coast guard …

Coast Guard

The terrible recovery from the Great Recession is due to Congress' economic incompetence

A joint session of Congress meets to count the Electoral College vote from the 2008 presidential election the House Chamber in the U.S. Capitol January 8, 2009 in Washington, DC. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images In a story in the <i>Wall Street Journal</i> last Friday, reporter Eric Morath notes that the …

Economics

Making the English country house

In February 1764, Samuel Butler, the steward at Stoneleigh Abbey in Warwickshire, wrote to the London upholsterer, Thomas Burnett, that he should …

Country Houses

Machiavelli's Ethics // Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews // University of Notre Dame

To the casual reader, the title of this book may seem ironic, oxymoronic, or, worse still, a joke. After all, Machiavelli is commonly regarded as the …

How 'Pokemon Go' is helping kids with autism and Asperger's

<b>(CNN) —</b> The moment 12-year-old Ian Thayer asked his mom to go outside for Pokemon hunting, Stephanie Barnhill was struck with wonder and excitement.<p>No, she wasn't obsessed with trying to catch all 145 Pokemon.<p>Ian has Asperger's syndrome, and for him, that means he struggles with social interactions …

Pokémon