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Welcome to my curated set of resources for data science, machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI), big data, internet of things (IoT), and more!<p>…

A Killer 20-Minute Full-Body Workout You Can Do Anywhere (VIDEO)

Maybe you're on vacation right now, or maybe you're at home hanging. Wherever you are — I know you can find 20 minutes for this quick full-body …

The 5 Most Popular International Destinations Among American Travelers in 2015

Due to hectic work schedules and tight budgets, Americans are traveling less this year than they have in the past forty. But they're certainly still traveling, and this summer, many are jetting off to international locales. Here are the five most popular international destinations among American …

Italy

Piketty: 'I Want To Contribute To A Democratization Of Economic Knowledge'

French economist Thomas Piketty recently explained what he hoped his landmark book, <i>Capital in the Twenty-First Century</i>, would accomplish.<p>"I want to contribute to a democratization of economic knowledge,” Piketty said at an Intelligence Squared discussion at London's Emmanuel Centre. “The main thing …

Income Inequality

An Intriguing Journey Through Central Shanghai

Shanghai is known as one of the busiest and biggest cities in the world, and thanks to media artist<p>Shanghai is known as one of the busiest and biggest cities in the world, and thanks to media artist JT Singh we are getting a unique tour through its sprawling network of streets, subway lines, …

Denis Darzacq “La Chute (The Fall)” Photography Exhibition @ On Pedder

On Pedder is currently hosting La Chute (The Fall), an award-winning photo exhibition by French<p>On Pedder is currently hosting <i>La Chute</i> (The Fall), an award-winning photo exhibition by French photographer Denis Darzacq, at one of its Hong Kong boutiques. Shot with a manual camera, the series focuses …

35 Books You Need To Read In Your Twenties

From Cheryl Strayed's Wild to Amy Poehler's Yes Please, these are the books you need to get through your own roaring twenties. Inspired by this post.

This April in Blogging U.: The Return of Writing 101!

This April, we’ll be offering <i>Writing 101: Building a Blogging Habit. Writing 101</i> is a write-every-day challenge designed to help you create a writing …

Writing

How do TV writers develop episode plots?

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Note-Taking

The 30 Best TED Talks of All Time That Will Open Your Mind and Inspire You to Take Action

The Definitive Listing Of Terry Pratchett’s Discworld Novels

"Mort" or "Reaper Man"? "Pyramids" or "Small Gods"? WHICH IS THE BEST?<p>• <b>Disclaimer:</b> This list will annoy some people, but it's my list, so there. Also, I haven't included the Tiffany Aching novels and the other young-adult books, or a few other oddments such as <i>The Last Hero</i>. The list was long enough …

How El-P and Cannibal Ox Crafted a Cult Classic

In the shadow of 9/11, an unconventional hip-hop sound was brewing beneath New York City<p>A B-Boy’s Alpha<p><b>Once</b> <b>the year 2000</b> arrived, fears of the Y2K …

Rap & Hip-Hop

Wu-Tang Clan and Hip-Hop's Obsession With the Art World

A $5 million auction is the wrong way to prove rap is worthy of respect.<p>If the Wu-Tang Clan's RZA gets his way, you’ll probably never hear the rap group’s latest album, <i>Once Upon a Time in Shaolin</i>. The sole extant recording of its 31 tracks sits locked away in a hand-carved nickel and silver …

Rap & Hip-Hop

How the Technology of the Collaborative Economy All Works Together

If you've used Uber, Lyft, Airbnb, oDesk, Kickstarter or Lending Club, you've participated in the Collaborative Economy, ever wondered what's powering it behind the shiny user interface on the app?<p>The Collaborative Economy is an economic model in which people use commonly available technologies to …

Credit Cards

The seven ways to have a near-death experience

Seeing a light and a tunnel may be the popular perception of death, but as Rachel Nuwer discovers, reports are emerging of many other strange experiences.<p>In 2011, Mr A, a 57-year-old social worker from England, was admitted to Southampton General Hospital after collapsing at work. Medical personnel …

Inflammation

9 Places That Are Surprisingly Cheap This Year

(Photo: Peter Zelei/Getty Images)<p>Call it the year of the bucket list. A strong dollar in destinations around the world is making this an amazing time to go farther and do more for much, much less in 2015. Find great value around the globe -- from usually pricey destinations like Japan and France to …

Eastern Europe

Rap Release Dates: Wale, Game & Jim Jones, Raekwon, Big Sean

A few new release dates were announced this week, check out what’s new.<p>Wale recently announced the release date for his next studio album. <i>The Album</i> …

Rap & Hip-Hop

Intimate Photos Of Frank Lloyd Wright At Work

When Pedro Guerrero showed up at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Arizona school Taliesin West in 1939 armed with a portfolio of student photographs that largely depicted nude women at the beach, the famed architect hired the inexperienced 22-year-old immediately. For the next 20 years, Guerrero got an …

Frank Lloyd Wright

2015 Oscar-nominated Screenplays

The studios have made available most of 2015’s Oscar-nominated screenplays. We’ve listed all available scripts below. If you’re a screenwriter …

The 11 Best BBQ Cities in America

<i>By: Kevin Alexander and Liz Childers</i><p><i>Credit: Dan Gentile</i><p>Few styles of food are more satisfying and primal than barbecue. Meat and fire tend to do that sort of thing. And while we've pointed out the best barbecue spots in the country before, we've never sat down over a pound of brisket and hashed …

BBQ

Here's How To Avoid One Of The Most Common Life Regrets

Karl Pillemer, a Ph.D. gerontologist at Cornell University, has spent the last several years interviewing hundreds of older Americans to systematically collect their practical wisdom.<p>His first book, <i>30 Lessons for Living</i>, synthesized advice from over 1,000 elders on topics like happiness, work, and …

Happiness

Bertrand Russell on Immortality, Why Religion Exists, and What “The Good Life” Really Means

“There are forces making for happiness, and forces making for misery. We do not know which will prevail, but to act wisely we must be aware of both.”<p><b>Bertrand Russell</b> (May 18, 1872–February 2, 1970) is one of humanity’s most grounding yet elevating thinkers, his writing at once lucid and luminous. …

Bertrand Russell

Mark Mothersbaugh's Synth Collection

The bright green, circular building of Mutato Muzika in Los Angeles is easy to spot when cruising down Sunset Boulevard. But most people might not realize it contains the creative hub of Mark Mothersbaugh, a founding member of DEVO turned award-winning Hollywood composer. Famous for his use of the …

Synthesizers

Highlights From A Never-Before-Published Interview With Henri Matisse

Design Observer has published an illuminating, long-lost interview with French artist Henri Matisse. Read some highlights here.<p>In August of 1946, after the end of World War II, an art-obsessed American soldier named Jerome Seckler interviewed legendary French painter Henri Matisse. At the time, …

Art

Pictures of the Week 1.22.15

23 Gorgeous Aerial Photographs to Help Put Things in Perspective

It's easy to lose perspective in our day-to-day. To get stuck in the minutia and forget that we're part of something much bigger called the Earth, which is part of something much bigger called the solar system, which is part of something MUCH bigger called the Milky Way galaxy... you get the …

Photography

Brews of the five boroughs: a tour of New York's craft beer scene

The beer-making renaissance that kicked off in New York in the 1990s continues unabated, and today the city offers a staggering choice for both hard-to-please beer snobs and the uninitiated. From the Bronx to the southern reaches of Brooklyn, you're never far from an innovative draft. Learn the lay …

Beer

The 10 Best Books of 2014, According to Everyone

Year-end "best of" lists are great for things like pop culture moments, celebrity snafus, or provocative photographs. But when it comes to a best-of …