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Los 50 mejores álbumes de 2013 para “Q”

Nos llega otra lista con los mejores álbumes de 2013. Se trata de la confeccionada por la publicación británica “Q”, que aparece en su último número. …

Cómo hacer fideos de arroz con pollo y setas

Los <b>fideos de arroz</b> son muy sanos, apenas contienen grasas y, muy importante, son <b>aptos para las personas celíacas</b>, ya que no contienen gluten. Como …

Science now allows us to develop a safer way to get drunk. But before we can sober up in minutes, the drinks industry needs to embrace this healthier approach<p>Imagine enjoying a seasonal drink at a Christmas party without the risk of a hangover the next day, or being able then to take an antidote …

Twitter: Anthropology’s most useful tool

The social media site is providing new insight into global patterns of human migration and demography<p>The increasing volume of geo-located tweets is revealing how international travel patterns vary in time across countries and cultures, say computer scientists.<p>One of the fascinating side-effects of …

Wallet hack: can Coin replace your credit cards?

Startup tries to end plastic's half-century-long stranglehold on pocketbooks<p>San Francisco startup Coin today announced its first product — a credit card-sized device that digitally stores up to eight credit, debit, gift, or membership cards, and lets you switch between them by pressing a circular …

Sharing fast and slow: The psychological connection between how we think and how we spread news on social media

What drives sharing? It’s a mix of attention, emotion, and reaction. Here’s hard data on which news stories took off and which didn’t on social.<p><b>Editor’s note</b>: This summer, we told you about the work of Sonya Song, the current Knight-Mozilla Fellow at The Boston Globe, who was working on a major …

MIT's Dynamic Shape Display is Like a Sandbox in California that You Can Manipulate from New York

Those of you who've seen <i>The Wolverine</i>, remember that crazy self-adjusting gurney thing that Master Yashida was lying on? That might not be as far off …

This Train Is Hiding A Full Starbucks Store Inside

What if you could sit inside a cozy Starbucks during your morning commute? Now, commuters in Switzerland can do just that.<p>Starbucks locations already seem to be everywhere you look. But starting November 21, the company will take on a new frontier: trains. Starbucks, with the help of Swiss train …

Go From A Tropical Rainforest To An Arctic Wonderland In One Awesome Building

At the National Ecology Center in Seocheon, South Korea, visitors will soon be able to walk through more than 35,000 square feet of greenhouses mimicking the world’s most diverse ecosystems.<p>Called the Ecorium, and designed by Grimshaw Architects with S.A.M.O.O., this visitor’s center will consist …

How Chopsticks Were Invented

Created roughly 4,000-5,000 years ago in China, the earliest versions of something like chopsticks were used for cooking (they're perfect for …

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