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This Guy Has Eaten at 99 of the 100 'World's Best' Restaurants — Here Are His Favorites

Somehow he’s still struggling to lock down that 100th reservation.<p>We all have different goals in life. Some people are happy just to go out for a …

Rolling Stone at 50: Inside Bruce Springsteen's Long History With the Magazine

In March 1973, an item appeared in the Random Notes section of <i>Rolling Stone</i> about John Hammond of Columbia Records. The veteran A&R man had suffered …

Music

Physicists plan to test a new theory about the speed of light to explain what Einstein’s theory can’t

One of the oddest things about our universe is that it has some fundamental constants. These constants—such as the speed of light in a vacuum—have numerical values that don’t change no matter what conditions you test them under.<p>The speed of light in a vacuum had been measured by many physicists in …

Physics

25 Best Habits to Have in Life

If you are committed to happiness and success, work these into your daily routine.<p>Entrepreneur, software engineer, author, blogger and founder of WanderlustWorker.com<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>We are creatures of habit. Everything we think, say and do is a result …

What if the internet stopped working for a day?

For many people, going without the internet even for a few hours is unthinkable. But if it did stop working, the impact might not be what you'd expect.<p>Jeff Hancock likes to give his Stanford University students weekend assignments that let them experience concepts discussed in class for themselves. …

Net Neutrality

The weird power of the placebo effect, explained

Yes, the placebo effect is all in your mind. And it’s real.<p>Over the last several years, doctors noticed a mystifying trend: Fewer and fewer new pain drugs were getting through double-blind placebo control trials, the gold standard for testing a drug’s effectiveness.<p>In these trials, neither doctors …

Placebos

The 16 Best Books of 2017

From hysterically curmudgeonly essays to raw novels about love and loss, here are our picks.<p>The end is nigh—of the year, that is. 2017 brought us literary gems from every corner, and if you missed any, we can help you chase them down. From hysterically curmudgeonly essays to raw novels about love …

Is Your Poor Memory Hurting Your Career? | Inc.com

Are you astounded by people who can rattle off long movie quotes or recall perfectly an event from their childhood? Some people are blessed with an excellent memory, while the rest of us have difficulty remembering what we had for dinner the night before without some mental strain.<p>If you fall into …

The Brain

11 insider facts most flight attendants know — and you probably don't

No one has more insider knowledge about flying than flight attendants.<p>But by talking to these veteran globetrotters, as well as scouring Reddit and various articles, we were able to unearth 12 lesser-known facts about flying.<p>Whether you want more attentive service or to avoid getting kicked off …

Five Body Language Mistakes You’re Making In Interviews

You should smile, but not too much.<p>You may have researched common interview questions and rehearsed answers, but could your body be undermining your confidence–and your chance at getting a job offer? Body language can have more of an impact on your success than anything you say. A classic study …

The ultimate UK bucket list: 29 things to do before you die

Feeling Sluggish? These Are the Best Juicing Recipes for Energy

Trying to boost your energy without the caffeine? The key to upping energy levels through food lies in a diet with plenty of B vitamins. B6, B9, …

17 Brilliant Short Novels You Can Read in a Sitting

This week author Ian McEwan expressed his love of short novels, saying “very few [long] novels earn their length.” Certainly it seems like a novel …

Books

30 Easy Clean-Eating Lunches to Try This Month

So you’ve vowed to only eat clean, whole and unprocessed foods this month. (You’re amazing.) But when you’re late and frazzled and running out the …

Journeying Abroad? Read These 6 Travel Memoirs Before You Go

“Happiness is the consequence of personal effort. You fight for it . . . and sometimes even travel around the world looking for it,” writes Elizabeth …

Books

The Bittersweet History of Chocolate

For most people, chocolate is purely tasty — but some of its history can be hard to swallow.<p>One reason to explore that history launched this week …

AD visits: Hal Messel Photos

Though they’re easy to overlook and oddly uncelebrated beyond the poems of John Betjeman, nonconformist chapels are among the quieter delights of the English countryside. Restrained in style and modest in size, these buildings capture the alternatives to establishment Christianity that thrived in …

The great British bucket list: 10 amazing UK experiences for 2017

It is that time of the year when we all gaze out of the window, take note of the gloomy grey skies, and start pondering our next escape to sunnier places and brighter horizons.<p>But what of a sojourn on domestic shores? Britain will be a bubble of major celebrations, big anniversaries and intriguing …

I Spent A Month Living With An Amazonian Tribe At 23, And It Changed My Career Forever

Staying with the Tucano people taught Sedarius Perrotta lessons he’s gone back to ever since, both as a Peace Corps volunteer and a startup founder.<p>In 2000, I was working as an IT consultant in Sydney, Australia, and using some of my earnings to backpack around Southeast Asia. During a hike in the …

Three young British entrepreneurs making waves in the watch world

The watch industry remains fertile territory for a well-planned start-up, as this entrepreneurial trio proves. The Telegraph meets with a branding expert who founded a luxury watch company, a law graduate who sells high-end vintage and independent watches online, and the menswear entrepreneur who …

Watches

The best secret beaches, pubs and places to stay in the UK

<b>BEACHES</b><p><b>Killard Point</b><b>, Ballyhornan, County Down</b><p>Walk out through orchid-studded meadows to reach this remote headland with sandy bays and skylarks. Swim in crystal waters with starfish and seals. You are on the Lecale Way, a little-known coastal route that traces the remote western shore of County …

Scotland

How to kid-proof any phone or tablet

Tips and apps for peace of mind<p>If you've spent any time around youngsters lately, then you'll know that they love flat, shiny touchscreens just as much as the rest of us. That means a son, daughter, nephew, or niece will be quick to "borrow" your phone or tablet—or eventually request a device of …

Apps

34 Memoirs You Have To Read

'I am rude but it's fun': Prince Philip in his own words

Prince Philip may be one of the most controversial royals, but he’s also by far the funniest. In 2015 a book of stories about the Duke of Edinburgh by Nigel Cawthorne, 'I know I am rude, but it’s Fun: The Royal Family and the World at Large - as Seen by Prince Philip' – was published.<p>The book gives …

Prince Philip

Monetising misinformation: inside the fake news capital of the world

The first article about Donald Trump that Boris ever published described how, during a campaign rally in North Carolina, the candidate slapped a man …

Journalism

Britain’s hidden bike highways are being rediscovered and resurrected on Kickstarter

The campaign seeks to identify and recover relics of a national network of cycle tracks from the ‘30s<p>They’re hidden in plain sight, remnants of a lost time when cycling was not just mainstream, but a dominant means of transportation. Hundreds of miles of concrete tracks, flecked with pinkish …

The 10 best sports books you need to read in 2017

From training ground bust-ups to retracing the Iron Curtain, GQ picks out ten pieces of essential reading from the British Sport Book Awards’ …

Books

10 British drives you must tackle in your lifetime

How better to celebrate the arrival of summer than to dust off your satnav or road atlas, plot a winding route (packing an overnight bag just in case) and head for some of the most beautiful scenery the British Isles has to offer? June is the best month for sightseeing, when tourists aren’t yet out …

15 Cookbooks That Will Help You Eat A Little Healthier

Whether you're veggie, vegan or just love vegetables – we've got you covered.<p>We hope you love the products we recommend! Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales from the links on this page.

10 things we should all do every day to keep our brains sharp

Let's start giving our brains some TLC!<p>As we get older, it's easy for our brains to get rusty. That's why we want to know how to keep them healthy …