When someone in your life is asking the important “What should I do with my life?” question – have you ever told them “Just follow your passion”? If so, please stop doing that. Yes, completely, and forever.
Decades’ worth of research proves that chemicals used to make bacon do cause cancer. So how did the meat industry convince us it was safe? By Bee Wilson There was a little cafe I used to go to that did
Looking for fine dining on a budget in Singapore? Check out these excellent but affordable places to eat, from Michelin-starred street hawkers to gourmet restaurants When the Michelin Guide to Singapore
(CNN) — With more than 1,000 UNESCO World Heritage Sites out there waiting to be explored, most travelers can claim to having seen at least a couple of them, whether it's the Great Pyramids of Egypt, Italy,
Let's face it: When it comes to a continent as beautiful and diverse as Europe, deciding which landmarks to add to your itinerary can be a daunting task. It always helps to do some research before you
Travel Start planning a trip to these world wonders. Travel This past week, UNESCO updated its eclectic list of the world's most fascinating places. Countries campaign hard to get their treasured wilderness
Trump hosted Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi at the White House on Monday. Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, the brutal military dictator who overthrew his country’s democratically elected
Some of his comments can be interpreted as potentially reducing the threat of nuclear war. The major threat right now is right on the Russian border. Notice, not the Mexican border, the Russian border.
The cloud-computing industry is going through a gradual shift towards becoming an intelligent cloud. While compute, storage, and networking continue to be the revenue spinners for cloud vendors, it is
Ten top performers reveal how they squeeze the most out of every day. 1. Kevin Hart Actor, Comedian, and Entrepreneur [Photo: Williams + Hirakawa; Stylist: Ashley North; Groomer: John Clausell] On staying
For me, it was hornets. One summer afternoon when I was 12, I ran into an overgrown field near a friend’s house and kicked a hornet nest the size of a football. An angry squadron of insects clamped onto
The prospect of living comfortably for less and seeing more of the world pushes many to consider becoming expats, yielding some unexpected (and welcome) benefits. There are, of course, several key factors
"I can easily afford to indulge myself whenever I want," says expat Rob Schneider. "Between breakfast, renting a catamaran, and dinner for two, I came away with change out of the $25 I had in my pocket
Today is the beginning of the end, and also the end of the beginning. We announced that we're shutting down Bucket, the innovative trip planning startup that I've been working on for almost three years.
The low-power Curie from Intel helps developers quickly prototype a device with turn-key access to Bluetooth, a six-axis sensor with gyroscope and accelerometer and the 32-bit SOC Quark micro-controller.
HBR STAFF Over the past decade, we have learned how our brains are hardwired for emotional contagion. Emotions spread via a wireless network of mirror neurons, which are tiny parts of the brain that allow
Plus: how much is any discussion of “downtown” a coded talk about race? Today Deb Fallows has a new item on the improbable tale of Eliza Tibbets, a 19th-century suffragist/spiritualist who is as responsible
In an excerpt from her new book, best-selling author Gretchen Rubin explains how to schedule habit change into your daily routine. The Strategy of Scheduling, of setting a specific, regular time for an
Empirically investigating brushes with the afterlife Near-death experiences have gotten a lot of attention lately. The 2014 movie Heaven Is for Real, about a young boy who told his parents he had visited