Lori Jameson Broyles

33 Added | 8 Magazines | 30 Likes | 32 Following | 75 Followers | @lmjb | Keep up with Lori Jameson Broyles on Flipboard, a place to see the stories, photos, and updates that matter to you. Flipboard creates a personalized magazine full of everything, from world news to life’s great moments. Download Flipboard for free and search for “Lori Jameson Broyles”

Postal service honors Pluto mission, 'Star Trek' in new space-themed stamp collections

The U.S. Postal Service is looking to the cosmos for inspiration in its latest collections of stamps.<p>The agency's lineup of stamps for the new year …

9 Quick Bodyweight Workouts You Can Do Anywhere

Get sweaty and feel all-over burn in less than 30 minutes, no gym required.<p>Did you know that you don’t need to spend hours in a gym every day to get a good workout?<p>Actually, quick bodyweight circuits can be just as effective (if not more effective) than longer, lower intensity workouts — as long as …

Here Are The Only 15 Exercises You Need To Get In Shape Anywhere

Get ready to learn the building blocks of any effective workout. No gym necessary.<p>BuzzFeed Life asked certified strength and conditioning specialist Rob Sulaver, founder of Bandana Training, to come up with 15 essential bodyweight moves for anyone who wants to exercise anywhere, anytime. Check them …

This 28-Day Challenge Will Get You To Actually Start Working Out

Just four workouts a week — no gym membership or equipment needed.<p>This 28-day challenge will turn you into a person who works out 25 minutes a day, four times a week.<p>January always feels like a great time to get in shape, but if you’ve never really worked out before or you’re trying to get back on …

Why are these clowns winning? Secrets of the right-wing brain

Bush tanked the country. Now the right’s again running the show. Neuroscience explains incompetence of all sides<p>When George W. Bush became president in 2001, it marked the first time in 70 years that conservative Republicans controlled all three branches of government. By the time Bush left office, …

The battle between Netflix and HBO is just beginning. And this man holds the key.

in NEW YORK<p>Ted Sarandos, the man who decides what shows and movies run on Netflix, was on a stage recently interviewing Norman Lear, the creator of some of television’s most controversial and groundbreaking shows, such as “All in the Family” and “Good Times.”<p>Sarandos asked Lear if he considers …

8 Netflix Tricks You Just Can't Live Without

One of the main reasons Netflix is so popular is because of its simplicity. It’s painfully easy to queue up a movie on your laptop, video game …

Televisions

New York City is building 10,000 internet pylons for free public Wi-Fi

"LinkNYC will be the fastest and largest free municipal Wi-Fi deployment in the world."<p>Say goodbye to New York's public pay phones and hello to one of the largest public Wi-Fi experiments ever. A new city plan dubbed LinkNYC will replace public pay telephones with a console that provides free …

Damian Hirst has unveiled a group of new “cutting edge” works at a White Cube show in Sao Paolo, which are composed of surgical instrumen…

Damian Hirst has unveiled a group of new <i>“cutting edge”</i> works at a White Cube show in Sao Paolo, which are composed of surgical instruments, razor blades, hooks, and safety pins.

Time flies!

Time flies!<p>Canadarm, Canada’s most famous robotic and technological achievement, made its space debut on the Space Shuttle Columbia (STS-2) 33 years ago on November 13, 1981. The design and building of the arm marked the beginning of Canada’s close collaboration with NASA in human space flight by allowing the creation of Canada’s Astronaut Corps–a sterling example of successful international cooperation in space.<p>After 90 missions and nearly 30 years of faithful service in space, the arm …

Legendary French photographer Lucien Clergue died this weekend aged 80, after a long illness

Legendary French photographer <i>Lucien Clergue died this weekend aged 80</i>, after a long illness. A friend of Picasso, Clergue was more than an image-maker, best-known for his sultry nudes and striking pictures of dead bulls.

Over the past decade, Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller — collectively known as FAILE — have established themselves as seminal figures in…

Over the past decade, Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller — collectively known as FAILE — have established themselves as seminal figures in both the New York and international street and contemporary art communities. Best known for their wide-ranging multimedia practice, FAILE blurs the line between “high” and “low” culture.<p>“The Patricks have talent, humour and vision. If only they were French, then they’d be perfect, said Gallery Director, Eric Allouche.<p>If you’re in New York this autumn, don’t …

Check Out HRC's 2014 Municipal Equality Index

At a time when many states continue to drag their feet on fully-inclusive LGBT laws and policies, the nation’s cities are stepping up in record numbers to ensure that all people are treated equally. Want to put your city on the map? Check Out HRC’s 2014 Municipal Equality Index at www.hrc.org/mei

50 reasons fall in New York is the best

Fact: There is nothing like fall in New York. Granted, New Yorkers already know this, but perhaps <i>you</i> need some convincing? Well, we've come up with …

Facebook wants the DEA to promise that it won't create fake accounts

Remember how the DEA got caught impersonating a woman on Facebook in an attempt to catch criminals who contacted her? Yeah, Facebook isn't at all pleased. It just sent a letter asking the anti-drug agency to promise that it won't create fake accounts or otherwise stomp all over the social network's …

The Hebrew-Speaking Bedouin I Met in the Middle of the Jordanian Desert

I traveled to the stunning ancient Nabatean city of Petra in southern Jordan, across the border from the kibbutz where I had lived for seven years.<p>My …

Israel

Karma and Smartphones: How to Use Technology From a Buddhist Perspective

Since the mind can endlessly produce thoughts, clearly it has the potential to endlessly produce new products. Like thoughts, they may not necessarily be helpful or beneficial. In the past, technological culture-changers like the telephone and electricity took a long time to produce and cultures …

Meditation

In pictures: Art Basel 2013

Streetwear

design

Welcome to the jungle: The definitive oral history of ’80s metal

Mötley Crüe, Slash, Lita Ford, Dokken and more share the wildest stories from the heyday of L.A.’s Sunset Strip<p>While the New Wave of British Heavy Metal was taking over the club scene in the UK and Europe, a batch of bands in and around Los Angeles — triggered by a love for KISS, Van Halen, and …

Minimalist Posters That Reduce Your Favorite Movies To Basic Shapes

Graphic designer Michal Krasnopolski creates 22 movie posters that are head-scratchingly metaphorical.<p>In the future, when the history of the Internet is taught alongside social studies and algebra in middle school, there will be a brief, marginal mention of minimalist posters and how they, for a …

Graphic Design

5 Tips for the Perfect Summer Road Trip

Summer has practically become synonymous with road trips, both as a way to save money on airfare and to have some fun-filled adventures on the road. …

Travel

Summer Books: 15 New Releases To Put On Your Reading List

These 15 new books for May include stirring new fiction from Isabel Allende, a memoir from a 6'7" librarian struggling with Tourette's syndrome, a hilarious novel of a young man's job as a bird tracker and more.

Jony Ive’s new look for iOS 7: black, white, and flat all over

With the grand unveiling of Apple’s next operating system for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch approaching, sources have provided detailed descriptions of what users and developers alike could expect from the software’s fresh look.<p>As we reported in April, Apple Senior Vice President of Industrial …

Pictures: Top 10 Newly Discovered Species of 2012

Glowing cockroaches and a destructive fungus make the grade in Arizona State's list of top 10 new species of 2012.

Lupus Foundation of America, Florida Chapter

Environment: News & features

Burning Question: Is it OK to Heat Food in Plastic?

Lunch at your desk can be a downer, especially when it involves leftovers reheated in the office microwave. But are you putting more into your body than just lukewarm pad thai? Rolf Halden, the director for the Center for Environmental Security at the Biodesign Institute at Arizona State …

Breast Cancer