John Orlina

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19 Cheesy Recipes that Prove Everything's Better with Cheddar

Everything's better with cheddar cheese—these 19 recipes prove it.<p><b>You know what they say:</b> Everything's better with Cheddar (oh wait, or feta.). It's true! These recipes for queso, waffles, sandwiches, toasts, and popovers (to name a few) star one of our very favorite cheeses.

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Letter From the Editor: Sleep Your Way To The Top

The most basic shift we can make in redefining success in our lives has to do with our strained relationship to sleep. There’s practically no element of our lives that’s not improved by getting adequate sleep, and no element that’s not diminished by a lack of sleep. These sleep-related truths …

Timeline: The Evolution Of Sneakers

Footwear has come a long way since 40,000 years ago.<p>There’s not a lot of wonder attached to the average sneaker, but imagine life without it. That’s the job of Steven Johnson. He hosts the show <i>How We Got to Now</i>, premiering on PBS and BBC Two on October 15. Johnson traces how mundane discoveries …

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The Quest: “The Quest Begins”

The kingdom of Everealm is overrun by The Darkness. As a last chance to fulfill the prophecy, the three Fates have called 12 Paladins from the realm …

5 Surefire Ways to Maximize Your Life, Starting This Morning

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Many of us have heard the adage, “How you spend your day, is how you spend your life.” I believe it’s even more micro than that. How you spend the first two hours of your day will determine how you live your life and how productive that …

Decisions Don’t Start with Data

I recently worked with an executive keen to persuade his colleagues that their company should drop a long-time vendor in favor of a new one. He knew that members of the executive team opposed the idea (in part because of their well-established relationships with the vendor) but he didn’t want to …