Preeti Iyengar

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9 Fabulous Bedrooms for Every Style

A space for every style.<p>From modern to traditional, we've got a space for every style. Plus, see more ideas for beautiful bedroom decorating.

Interior Design

10 Song of the Summer Contenders From Daft Punk to Ciara (VIDEO)

At summer’s midway point, Kevin Fallon ranks this year’s contenders for the season’s biggest song.<p>Each year artists hustle to deliver the song of the …

Stand Back Up

<b>“If you get up one more time than you fall, you will make it through.” – Chinese Proverb</b> <b><br>Years ago, when I was in graduate school dreaming about my</b> …

Summer homes and gardens: Lighten up, it's summer - in pictures

http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/gallery/2013/jul/05/interior-design-ideas-stylists-tips<p>720<p>Top stylists give their tips on how to bring the …

The Brain

The Week in Review: When the Revolution Was Flipped

Inside Flipboard / June 21, 2013<p>At the G8 summit in Northern Ireland, leaders from the U.S., France, the U.K., Italy, Japan, Canada, Russia and …

Automobile Technology

Splash out: the world's most amazing waterfalls

The bigger they are, the harder they fall – feel the power of the planet's mightiest and most beautiful waterfalls.<p>1. Victoria Falls, Zambia/Zimbabwe<p><i>Image by MAZZALIARMADI.IT</i><p>Explorer David Livingstone could be accused of dampening expectations by naming these falls after England's doughy queen: …

Hiking

Last Call- Red Bull in the Red Square Edition

F1 cars represent the highest level of just about every aspect of performance metric – whether downforce, cornering g-force, acceleration from just …

The first 3D-printed battery is as tiny as a grain of sand

Advertisement<p>5 Comments<p>Credit: Harvard<p>Imagine a computer so small it could slip through the human bloodstream. At just a millimeter in width, a new …

Amazing Pictures

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