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12 Shameless Ways to Save for Travel in your Twenties

The Expert (Short Comedy Sketch)

Esta Es La Entrevista Para El Trabajo Más Difícil Del Mundo. Aún Tengo Un Nudo En La Garganta

Una compañía de tarjetas de saludos puso a prueba a un grupo de personas ofreciéndoles lo que se conoce como el trabajo mas dificil del mundo. Estes …

Film i vjetër, i xhiruar në Berat më 1916

8 misteret me të mëdha të Planetit tonë!

May 1, 2014<p>Shumë çështje që lidhen me Planetin e Tokës janë gjithnjë aktuale tani e qindra e qindra vjet dhe njerëzit vazhdimisht janë në kërkim të …

5 Products You Should Stop Buying (And Start Making Yourself)

If you want to save money and stop supporting mega-corporations, try making these five do-it-yourself items instead. Even if you cannot make them on …

Telecommuting: 7 Tools to Help Your Employees Stay Productive and Motivated

<b>By Michael Gutman</b><p><i>Part III of III</i><p>Telecommuting has huge social and environmental benefits but how do telecommuters stay productive and connected all …

Project Management

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Turkey’s New Internet Law Draws Criticism

A law passed by Turkey’s parliament Wednesday gives the government extensive new controls over the Internet amid a growing corruption scandal, …

Bad week for the internet: UK and North Korea take big steps to purge the past

It’s not quite book-burning, but it’s not much better. Two countries this week undertook a digital auto-da-fé of sorts, making outrageous decisions …

UNICEF says Facebook 'likes' won't save children's lives

Humanitarian group takes aim at social media activism in bold new campaign<p>UNICEF has launched a bold advertising campaign that takes direct aim at perhaps the most ubiquitous form of online activism — the Facebook "like." Late last month, UNICEF Sweden released three commercials that urge viewers …

The Pleasures of America’s Oldest Vines

America may be a young country and our wine industry even younger, but there are old vineyards that produce seriously delicious wine. Seek them out …

Check Out The Incredible 'Frozen Waterfalls' Of Hierve El Agua

Hierve el Agua is one of Mexico's most beautiful natural wonders that you probably haven't heard of. Located in the Central Valleys of Oaxaca, these natural mineral springs are a sight you need to see.<p>The mysterious waterfalls appear to be frozen into the side of cliffs. In reality, these …

This Is How You Know You've Found 'The One'

"How do you know you've found the one?" young friends ask me.<p>"Does your boyfriend make you happy?" I ask. "Does being around him boost your sense of well being? Does he help you be the best you can be?"<p>Funny that I can be a love advisor when more than 30 years ago I almost said no to love.<p>In …

The 15 Most Embarrassing Words To Spell Wrong On Restaurant Menus

When we eat out, we want to feel like restaurants know a thing or two about the food they're preparing for us. We want them to know how to properly cook their food so that we don't spend the night curled over with the worst food poisoning pains. And we want them to know how to keep a kitchen clean …

This Week In Stories That Actually Mattered: February 17-23, 2014

From an anti-nuclear nun, to solar power in Kenyan slums, to the uprisings in the Ukraine, here is your round-up of this week's stories of impact from around the web.<p><b>1. Malala Helps Syrian Children Refugees Cross Jordanian Border</b><p>"After nearly getting killed by the Taliban for fighting for girls’ …

Penis Museum Curator Looks For 'The Final Member,' But The Competition Is Stiff (VIDEO)

Thinking of a romantic getaway? Consider traveling to Reykjavik, Iceland. Located conveniently on the fringe of the Arctic Circle, this quaint little town offers breathtaking views of nature and wildlife -- and penises.<p>That's right, we said penises.<p>After you finish whale watching on the shores of …

Thousands Storm Viktor Yanukovych's Palace, Find His Private Zoo And Other Luxuries (PHOTOS)

As opposition leaders took control of Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych's sprawling presidential palace Saturday, thousands of citizens were given unprecedented access to the compound's extraordinary treasures -- among them, a private zoo, golf course and spa.<p>Twitter has been abuzz with news of …

'Piglet Smoothie' Fed To Sows To Prevent Disease; Activists Outraged

Animal welfare groups go to great lengths to show us how "the sausage" is made inside the factory-style farms that produce most of our meat. For the past few years, they've armed activists with video cameras and sent them undercover to document alleged abuses or risky practices.<p>On Thursday, the …

Globally, January 2014 had highest temps since 2007

January 2014 also marked the 38th consecutive January and 347th consecutive month (almost 29 years) with a global temperature above the 20th century …

Global Warming

Body bacteria: Can your gut bugs make you smarter?

The bacteria in our guts can influence the working of the mind, says Frank Swain. So could they be upgraded to enhance brainpower?<p>I have some startling news: you are not human. At least, by some counts. While you are indeed made up of billions of human cells working in remarkable concert, these are …

Time travellers: please don’t kill Hitler

If you find yourself suddenly gaining access to a time machine, what’s the first thing you’d do? If you said “kill Adolf Hitler”, then congratulations; you’re a science-fiction character. Actually, the whole “access to a time machine” thing suggested that already, but the desire to kill Hitler …

How Effective Is This Year’s Flu Vaccine?

Earlier today, estimates for the current flu vaccine’s effectiveness published in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. The research suggests the vaccine is around 60 percent effective against the flu.<p>Researchers from the CDC and several …

Public Health

Writer proves that Discovery aired fake image of Megalodon shark

English author and <i>Guardian</i> columnist George Monbiot has accused Discovery Channel of faking a photograph of a long-extinct shark for a dramatized documentary called <i>Megalodon: The Monster Shark Lives</i>. After noticing that the sepia-toned "photograph" of a shark above bore all the signs of a hoax, …

Dim the lights if you need to make a big decision

The next time you want to turn down the emotional intensity before making an important decision, you may want to dim the lights first.<p>A new study …

I don't know what I think

When I was about half way through Daniel Kahneman’s <i>Thinking Fast and Slow</i>, a meticulous and perturbing dissection of the ease with which our capacity for making judgements can be… well, perturbed, it suddenly occurred to me to wonder whether the expert psychologist had been canny enough to write …

Do social networks make us lazy thinkers?

Relying on social groups to solve problems may pre-empt the motivation for independent analytical thinking, according to a new study on the impacts …

Two reports detail woeful state of Europe’s seas : News blog

“Europe’s seas and oceans are not in good shape,” says Environment Commissioner Janez Potočnik. “The message is clear.”<p>Potočnik’s statement comes as …