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Workout for Assassin, Batman, Spiderman, Avenger, Wolverine, Stormtrooper, Jedi and Hunger Games!

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Looking for a New Job? Steal These PR Strategies

Finding the right job can be frustrating –- you know that you have what it takes to do well at a brand new gig, but your dream company may take some …

What to Look for When Hiring IT Pros For Your Business

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>When businesses grow from the startup phase to a full-on company, entrepreneurs are faced with a challenge: Which technologies should they invest in?<p>The typical path is to begin with an email provider and website and then develop a lead …

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9 Essential Principles to Create, Lead, and Sustain

How to work with yourself and others. The newest problems of the world find solutions in the oldest timeless practices like mindfulness, authenticity, and devotion.<p>With the cascade of new technologies and social changes, we are constantly challenged to spark creativity, drive innovation, and ensure …

Yahoo Is Buying Tomfoolery, An Enterprise App Studio Led By Ex-Yahoos And AOLers

Yahoo’s acquisition spree continues apace, with the next deal likely to cover a few different bases for the company: mobile, enterprise and bringing ex-Yahoo talent back into the fold. We have heard that Yahoo is in advanced talks to acquire Tomfoolery, an enterprise app studio co-founded by two …

This watch puts beautifully rotating planets on your wrist

You can now have that solar system diorama you made in school on your wrist in the form of a watch. Van Cleef & Arpel have debuted a gorgeous new astronomical watch, the 44mm Midnight Planétarium, at Geneva's annual Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie. The watch shows both numerical time and …

The Simpsons may have the smartest thoughts yet about Google Glass

"Finally, I'm not a slave to my stupid human eyeballs!" Lenny Leonard exclaims as he puts on his Oogle Goggles, a few minutes into Sunday's episode of <i>The Simpsons,</i> entitled "Specs and the City." In it, the citizens of Springfield look at Google Glass from a variety of angles, and come to a …

Read The Sonnet Co-Authored By Shakespeare, An MIT PhD Student & A Machine-Learning Algorithm

[Image of authoring interface by natematias]<p>Machine-learning as a technology is, without doubt, the force that will be shaping our digital world for years and years to come, making it smarter and more autonomous, and sometimes taking our breath away in the process with its apparent agency.<p>This …

What Games Are: Generation Gygax

<b>Editor’s note:</b> <i>Tadhg Kelly is a veteran game designer and creator of leading game design blog What Games Are. He manages developer relations at OUYA. You can follow him on Twitter here.</i><p>Although I haven’t played a tabletop roleplaying game since I emigrated from Ireland in 2002, it’s no exaggeration …

The End Of Anonymity

Technology that matches faces to names can already single out criminals. What happens when it can identify anyone?<p><i>Click here to see how a useless photo turns into an identifiable face.</i><p>Detective Jim McClelland clicks a button and the grainy close-up of a suspect—bearded, expressionless, and looking …

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The Maker King

How Carl Bass, the CEO of Autodesk, is shaping the maker movement—from his garage.<p>When you first meet him, Carl Bass comes off like any other weekend carpenter. Dressed in a worn T-shirt and jeans, he shakes hands with a wooden grip and has a big, brassy laugh. His workshop is a warren of lumber …

Debt Ceiling Déjà Vu: The Government That Cried Wolf

On February 7 the United States will once again reach its statutory debt limit, meaning it cannot legally borrow any more money. Since the obvious option of cutting spending to match the amount of revenue that the government collects is off the table for some inexplicable reason, Congress will have …

Why Now Is A Great Time To Be An Entrepreneur

If there’s one trait that every entrepreneur needed to survive in the past five years, it was mental toughness. Without a laser focus and daily commitment to growing a business in semi-frozen tundra, many owners could not have made it.<p>While it’s certainly not easy to start a business now, …

No. 1: Ambulatory Services

Medical care in a clinic or physician’s office that doesn’t include an admission to the hospital. It could also be outpatient surgery or home health services and hospice care.<i><br>Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services</i>

Workers Opting For Employer Coverage Over ObamaCare

Employers are seeing an increase in the number of full-time workers taking advantage of company health benefit offerings even as a parade of companies like Target Corp. (TGT) end health benefits for part-time workers.<p>Because the Affordable Care Act requires Americans to obtain coverage or face a …

17 Sites for Web Design Inspiration

Now that anyone can learn to code, and probably <i>should</i>, web design and development are becoming more and more personal in both approach and learning …

Parlor Tricks

CES looms, as it frequently does, and soon we will all be awash in the deluge; the annual international carnival of gadgetry shows no sign of slowing. But beyond this yearly cycle, a longer pattern is about to reach an inflection point.<p>Mainstream technology is not exactly a paragon of ingenuity. …

Lomography Konstruktor review: the $35 camera you build yourself

As camera-makers trim their point-and-shoot lines in the face of encroaching smartphones, one company is keeping the faith and doing what it's done for the past three decades. Lomography's wide range of film cameras dates back to the early ‘90s, when some students in Vienna discovered the potential …