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Magnificent Photos Capture Rarely Seen Cultures Around The World

Jimmy Nelson is a photographer who embarked on a journey unlike any other.<p>He set out to document as many isolated civilizations as he could, before …

Some more tulip fields and a modern day windmill

Ready or not, here I come.

Just saying hello?

Enjoying the beach... Via Reddit.

Totally Cool! Abandoned roller coaster in Hubei Province, China. Via Reddit.

Burning Man 2013 has kicked off. We'll have a full gallery up once they're all burnt out.

This is a town in Mexico.

Awesome photo by Michael Nichols featuring some unhappy and wet lions. You can just feel their bad hair day pain.

A hazy morning in Texas

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An awesome combination photo of Petr Kraus performing during the Red Bull Morphing project in Frankfurt, Germany.

Colossal chart compares hundreds of sci-fi's greatest spaceships

The world of sci-fi has brought us countless spaceships and other galaxy-hopping vessels, but no one's ever brought them all together quite like this. Dirk Loechel has charted out a massive size comparison of ships from dozens of fictional worlds. As you'd expect, iconic franchises like <i>Star Trek,</i> …

The World's Most Dramatic Coastlines

Summer has officially drawn to a close, and the sunny days of sprawling on the sand are numbered. For fans of the coast, though, the end of summer doesn't necessarily mean the end of beach trips. The world is still full of spectacular coastlines to explore, many of which are more famous for their …

Photos by Michael Shainblum

The Steve Jobs Nobody Knew

When I first met Steve Jobs, I thought he was a loser. It was 1980, and I was just a Silicon Valley kid who knew nothing about computers. I had …

Silicon Valley

Enhancing Reality • fr0zenmind: just wow

Banksy: Why A Million-Dollar Artist's Work Sold For $60

Branding is everything. It can make or break your business.<p>Companies that get this, spend millions in cultivating strong brands that secure them a loyal following. If you think about what consumers need vs. want, the majority of purchases fall in the “wants” category. Those desires are influenced …

Patton Oswalt's TED Talk is true genius

If you have ever seen a TED Talk, you need to watch Patton Oswalt's brutal takedown of them immediately.

This map of gender segregation shows how New Yorkers live and die

In New York City, genders are unevenly mixed. As men and women age, they pour into and out of neighborhoods, pooling, dispersing and redistributing …

The year's best wildlife photography will make you roar

After poring over thousands of images, the Natural History Museum has selected its favorite wildlife photographs of 2013. Prepare to see animals at …

Why do we feel the pain of bad guys more than the good guys?

Whether it be in movies or real life, we don’t tend to feel sorry for the villains. But strangely, and even a bit disturbingly, we often empathize …