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11 Impressive Questions To Ask At The End Of Every Job Interview

Make sure you stand out when you're asked, "Do you have any questions?"<p>No matter how prepared you are, a job interview is a nerve-wracking experience. You have to answer a torrent of questions on the spot and sell yourself to a hiring manager — sometimes even a room full of strangers. And when it …

Employment

The New Skeuomorphism is in Your Voice Assistant – UX Collective

<b>Yay, we killed Skeuomorphism!</b><p>Not too long ago humanity left behind its skeuomorphic interfaces. We became accustomed to the idea of buttons to tap on …

UI Design

Architect rebuilds his grandparents' mountain cabin by repurposing its original materials

Architecture passed down from one generation to the next never goes out of style. Architect Jon Danielsen Aarhus is the fourth generation of his …

16 Inviting Countryside Cabins

In 1845, one of America's most famous writers, Henry Thoreau, built a small home for himself on Walden Pond, a piece of property owned by poet Ralph Waldo Emerson. He spent more than two years there seeking a more simple way of life, and ended up flipping the standard routine of the times.<p>This …

Prefab Homes

Master Photoshop | 20 Brilliant Tutorials You Should Try

If you want to master Photoshop, these brilliant tutorials will surely help you a lot! We selected some of the best Photoshop tutorials that show …

Graphics

26 places you should visit before they disappear forever

But because of climate change and human carelessness, some of them are in danger of disappearing in the next 100 years — or even sooner.<p>From Patagonia's glaciers to Africa's Congo Basin, these threatened natural wonders span the globe.<p>Keep scrolling to see where you should visit sooner rather than …

National Parks

A Judge Ruled Doctors Can Refuse to See Patients Who Are Transgender or Had an Abortion

Based on "religious freedom."<p>Under the Affordable Care Act, doctors cannot discriminate against patients based on sex, gender, or previous termination of pregnancy. Since the law covers nearly ever healthcare provider in the country, the ACA protects everyone's right to access safe and affordable …

6 habits highly organized people have in common

By Nicole Anzia<p>People often lament that despite their best efforts, they just cannot seem to get, and stay, organized. Even though they’ve been working at it diligently and have tried many strategies, nothing seems to stick. So how do organized people stay organized? Over the years, I’ve noticed …

Seven science-backed tips for forming habits that stick

Banishing bad habits and converting them to good ones is not easy. As Mark Twain once wrote, “Habit is habit, and not to be flung out the window by any man, but coaxed downstairs one step at a time.” But how do we coax the bad habit down the stairs and out the door while encouraging the new one up …

Self-help

How To Work Only 40 Hours A Week This Year

If you plan your day well, 40 hours should be enough time to get your job done.<p>It’s no secret that most Americans work more than 40 hours a week, but are those extra hours necessary? “So many people say, ‘I have to do this,’ but they might just be putting those expectations on themselves,” says …

12 Negative Habits You Should Give Up If You Want to Be Successful

The sooner you can ditch these, the better.<p>When it comes to "achieving success," the hardest thing for people to wrap their heads around tends to be the idea that small wins add up to big victories. It's a whole lot easier to imagine the end goal, the big celebration, than to think about each tiny …

Pioneer the next gaming hit with 26 hours of Unity3D training

From <i>Call of Duty</i> to <i>World of Warcraft</i>, multiplayer games have become the bread and butter for many of the industry's biggest developers. So, if you …

One of Saturn’s moons may be our best option for life after Earth

It’s several hundred years in the future. You live in a cold climate, but thick clothing keeps you warm. You eat food from the community greenhouse. …

Why every baby around the world’s first word starts with the letter M

Why is it that babies the world over, each exposed to thousands of disparate languages from birth, reward their mothers with roughly the same first word starting with the letter “m”?<p>New research published this week in the Journal of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences speaks to the …

National Academy of Sciences

Exclusive: Congressional leaders were briefed a year ago on hacking of Democrats - sources

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. intelligence officials told top congressional leaders a year ago that Russian hackers were attacking the Democratic Party, three sources familiar with the matter said on Thursday, but the lawmakers were unable to tell the targets about the hacking because the information …

Democratic Party

9 TEDx presentations that completely changed my life

I'm a big fan of TED. I've walked away with a better understanding of the human psyche, a better business acumen, and some truly astounding takeaways about the future of science and technology.<p>But just as impressive are the independently organized TEDx presentations, which, while following TED's …

Thought Leadership

The furore over Hillary Clinton's $600 hair shows that female politicans can't win style wise   

On the eve of the Wisconsin Primary, Hillary Clinton stood accused of having a $600 haircut. Mrs Clinton was seen entering a side entrance of the Bergdorf Goodman department store in New York, where she went to the John Barrett Salon and got a cut and blow-dry, or “blow out” as Americans call it.<p>As …

Hillary Clinton

The Economist Who Brought You Thomas Piketty Sees ‘Perfect Storm’ of Inequality Ahead

Branko Milanovic has spent decades studying income inequality. During most of his 20 years as a lead economist at the World Bank, he says, “even the …

Income Inequality

Architecture Students Design Sustainable Low-Income Homes That Can Be Built for $20K

The architecture students at Auburn University's Rural Studio prove that well-designed homes can still be affordable, thanks to their initiative called the 20K Project. The undergraduate program advocates for social justice through architecture, and to demonstrate this, students have created …

Architecture