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Kim Stanley Robinson’s Latest Novel Imagines Life in an Underwater New York

It’s spring in New York City. At Twenty-sixth and Park, the waves shine in the sunlight, and the breeze is briny with seaweed. Morning commuters are boarding a crosstown vaporetto. Out on the canal, finance guys in speedboats weave between the bigger ships. Workers in an inflatable raft are …

Urbanism

How using Design Thinking will fix Design Thinking

Design Thinking continues to be a hot topic (this article is one of many talking about it). Design Thinking has been hyped and even fetishized but there are also voices questioning its value, impact, and relevance.<p>Design Thinking faces criticism for its lacking integration with business and …

Your Definitive Guide to Protein Powder

Protein powder can be a valuable training tool—you've just got to use it right<p>We all know that protein helps us recover from leg-ripping rides, but sometimes we struggle to get that protein into our system as we rush between workouts and workplaces. Protein powders are an easy, convenient …

The Hidden Motor | The Psychology of Cycling by Martijn Veltkamp

<b>The Hidden Motor – The Psychology of Cycling is a book written by Martijn Veltkamp. Although aimed at connoisseurs of cycling, I think almost anyone</b> …

Cycling

Clinton’s Sick Days

As Hillary rested and Trump pulled even in the polls, Democratic Party leaders made cameo appearances on the campaign trail.<p>“I am really into electing Hillary Clinton,” Barack Obama told a crowd in Philadelphia last Tuesday. “This is not me going through the motions here. I really, really, <i>really</i> …

13 best downloadable keyboards for Android

Apps

21 Genius Travel Hacks We Learned from Instagram

Whether you’re prepping for a weekend getaway, a destination wedding or a legit beach vacay, Instagram is often the first place you head to get inspo on where to eat, what to see and, most importantly, how to travel with a little less stress. Wait, what? Yup. Your fave social network is here to …

Japan’s Loose-Gendered Phenomenon - The New Yorker

Japan

Telegraph Cycling Podcast: On the eve of the Tour de France

The 103rd Tour de France starts at Mont St-Michel on Saturday and <i>The Telegraph Cycling Podcast</i> team arrived in Normandy to soak up the pre-race atmosphere ahead of the <i>Grand Départ</i>.<p>In this episode Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie are joined by Seb Piquet, the voice of Radio Tour, who keeps everyone …

Road Cycling

The Blond: Bar Tab - The New Yorker

How a Full-Time Law Professor Beat the Women's World Hour Record

Molly Shaffer Van Houweling came out of nowhere to decimate a 12-year record, without putting the rest of her life on hold. Here's how she did it.<p>Last September, Molly Shaffer Van Houweling, 43, became the first woman in 12 years to break the women's UCI World Hour Record, setting a standard for …

Incredible drag race video pits Tesla Model X against a Ferrari F430

As Elon Musk likes to boast, Tesla doesn’t know how to make slow cars. In fact, when it comes to pure acceleration, Tesla offers borderline supercar …

How Zero Was Invented

There are some parts of our knowledge base that we generally take for granted. We use them every day, and they have been very successful in allowing …

Science Explains How Cycling Changes Your Brain And Makes You Mentally Stronger

Research has shown that incorporating cycling into your daily routine is not only healthy for your body, but also your brain! If you have ever cycled …

Cycling

The 10 best cycling books

1 | The Rider<p><b>Tim Krabbé (1978; English translation 2002)</b><p>This fictional account of a professional bicycle race by the Dutch journalist, author and former racing cyclist, is a cult classic. Finely written and full of rhetorical flourishes, it captures the peculiar dynamic of the peloton beautifully, …

Cycling

Antoine Demoitié's death should be a wake-up call for cycling's crowded races

The proliferation of motorbikes and support cars has left cyclists looking less like professional athletes and more like rush-hour commuters on hostile city streets<p>By Suze Clemitson of 100 Tales 100 Tours, part of the Guardian Sport Network<p>June 1950. The French national championships is coming to a …

Cycling

How to combat instability on your mountain bike - MBR

Don’t panic when your bike starts to slide under you, instead learn to go with the flow and bring back control in the corners<p>We’ve been revealing how …

Downhill Skiing

How to Build a Culture Where Employees Actually Reach Their Potential | Inc.com

Show of hands: Are you doing a second job no one is paying you to do? Namely, are you always trying to mask your weaknesses and manage others' impressions of you?<p>Your hand is likely in the air, if you work for an organization (like most) that doesn't exactly make it easy for employees to admit when …

Employment

The Ultimate Guide to Your Cycling Muscles

Learn about the muscles that power your pedal stroke, and how to make the most of them

Workouts

Why Donald Trump Is Wrong About Manufacturing Jobs and China

Not long ago, a video mocking Donald Trump’s obsession with China was posted on YouTube, a mashup splicing together some two hundred and fifty instances in which he has said “China” during his speeches. The context of his remarks on the subject, inexorably, is this: “They’re stealing our jobs; …

Are You a Psychopath? Take the Test.

<b>What's the Big Idea?</b><p>The famous "trolley problem" was a psychological experiment developed by Philippa Foot that involved a railway trolley headed …

Neurology

The Go-Between

The Mexican actress who dazzled El Chapo.<p>On the evening of January 9, 2012, the Mexican actress Kate del Castillo poured a glass of wine, sat down at her computer, and opened Twitter. She had just returned home, to Los Angeles, after a Caribbean cruise with her sister and her parents. The previous …

Why You Should Drink Alcohol on a Diet

You can still have a happy happy hour when you're cutting calories<p>Talk to any dietitian about proven ways to drop a few pounds, and hitting the sauce—whether it's béchamel or brandy—isn't likely to be among his or her suggestions. However, your next happy hour is about to get a lot happier: It …

What Hillary Clinton’s Huge Win in South Carolina Means

When the polls closed in South Carolina on Saturday evening, Bernie Sanders was more than a thousand miles away, flying from Dallas to Minnesota. Before he got on the plane, he called Hillary Clinton and congratulated her on her upcoming victory.<p>It had been clear for about a week that the Sanders …

Government

Make These Ride-Ready Lasagna Rolls

A James Beard award-winning chef shares her recipe for this savory, packable ride fuel<p>When James Beard award-winning chef and restaurateur Jody Adams was asked to help guide a bike tour of Sicily in 2008, she had one goal: "I didn't want to have to get in the van." She didn't—and by the end of the …

The Most Important Apple Executive You’ve Never Heard Of

A visit with Cupertino’s chief chipmaker, Johny Srouji.<p>By Brad Stone, Adam Satariano, and Gwen Ackerman | February 18, 2016<p>Photographs by Justin …

Apple chip executive Johny Srouji reveals how the company designs its processors

What do the latest iPad, Apple TV, and iPhone all share in common? They sport systems on a chip (SoCs) whose designs were supervised by Johny Srouji, …

8 Quick Recovery Tricks to Get You Back on the Bike

Easy ways to bounce back from a hard ride as a stronger and faster cyclist

Should You Heat or Ice Your Injury?

Use the right strategies to ease your pain<p>Like tea or yoga, pain relief comes in more than one temperature. You reach for a bag of frozen peas from the freezer if you twist your ankle. You might even take a clue from your chiropractor and use a heating pad to relax that knot in your right shoulder. …