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darktable Brings Its Free, Open Source Lightroom Alternative to Windows

If you’re looking for a cheaper alternative to Lightroom for managing and processing your raw photos, there’s some good news: the free and open …

Why we love these 5 data visualization tools (and you should, too!)

If you are from the finance, sales, marketing or operations sector, then you must have noticed that massive data is crawling into your everyday life. …

6 Body Language Secrets Very Successful People Know

<i>Body language expert Janine Driver helps you amp up gestures that win respect and quiet those that give you away.</i><p>By Janine Driver<p><b>Do: Hold Your Chin.</b><p>"It's something we see powerful people do -- Hillary Clinton, Steve Jobs on the cover of his biography. It's a thinking pose, a gesture that says, …

Don't Even Think About Leaving Home Without These Apps on Your Phone

<i>This article was written by Ben Bowers and originally published on AskMen.</i><p>Though most smartphone owners may view their device as a critical tool for handling the details of their everyday lives, thanks to a bevy of incredibly useful applications, this pocket-sized wonder can also be a tremendous …

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7 Things Remarkably Happy People Do Often

<i>This post is in partnership with Inc., which offers useful advice, resources and insights to entrepreneurs and business owners. The article below was</i> …

How Diet Can Lower Risk of Prostate Cancer

Consuming more than ten servings a week of tomatoes and beans lowers the risk of prostate cancer, according to a new study from researchers at the …

Running Reduces Risk of Death Even If You're Super Slow

Whether you log a marathon or a single city block, running—even slowly—may greatly reduce the risk of a cardiovascular-related death when compared to …