You want something different. We get you. Dress shopping and menu tastings are undoubtedly the fun parts of wedding planning, but first, you are tasked with finding a ceremony and reception site to house
Most people have “okay” jobs. We go to work, do what we have to do from 9 to 5, come back home, maybe hang out with friends, and do it all over again the next day. There’s nothing wrong with this. But
Travel doesn’t have to break the bank. With a strong dollar, exotic locales can offer a lot of bang for your buck and an off-the-beaten path experience. Here is a compendium of the coolest budget destinations
Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) technology, which is used in many high-end Android phones, is superior to LCD (Liquid-crystal Display) technology as each pixel has its own light rather than being by
Taking a road trip through the United States is a fantastic way to see all of the beautiful sights that the country has to offer. After graduating college, photographer Grant Mallory and his girlfriend
When a holiday weekend comes around, you need to take advantage of that extra day off and spend some time outside. Whether you're into hiking, camping, biking, climbing or fishing, there is something everyone
This feels like a surprise: We're in the middle of the greatest bull market for smartphones ever, and HTC makes a really nice high-end Android called the HTC One M9, which has gotten across-the-board reviews.
There's something special about waking up at sunrise to a glassy mountain lake outside your tent. If you're ready to make this a reality, check out this list of lakeside campsites and start planning your
The Hudson New York near Central Park is having one of those anniversary flash sales with impossible-to-beat prices. The hotel in a vintage building turns 15 this year, so it's giving away 15 stays for
The Unofficial Quidditch Pong Set marries the Harry Potter book series with the popular activity known as beer pong. Its creators were inspired by their love of the Quidditch sport and the favorite party
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We've seen, and run, plenty of stories about which cities are the best for starting and building a business. But how about the employees? What are the best cities in which to work for a small business?
One of the more common things people need to do is transfer files from their mobile device or tablet to their desktop. Sometimes it’s a photo, sometimes it’s a song, and many other times it’s some sort
We use our phones for everything these days, from snapping photos to browsing the web, watching videos, and even making the occasional phone call. All that activity can definitely drain your battery quickly,
Tattoos are cool and all, but they’re kind ofreally permanent. If you aren’t looking to be tatted up for the rest of your life, but are still on the market for a little ink to spice up your look, try temporary
One of the philosophies that our recruiters adhere to is that if, as a candidate, you’re going to attend an interview, you might as well perform at 110% during the meeting. Regardless of the individuals
Nihar Sawant is a co-founder at Expojure. This post originally appeared on his Medium blog. Recently, I was in the Himalayas for two weeks. During those two weeks, I had zero communication with the outside
The first thing I am going to say about wealth is that many authors who write about prosperity and wealth make it clear: A job will not make you rich. If you want to be wealthy, at some moment of your
Gregory Ciotti is the marketing director at Help Scout.This post originally appeared on the Help Scout blog. Read to lead, right? Have you visited TNW's hype-free blockchain and cryptocurrency news site
Richard Branson left school at the age of 16 and set up Student Magazine with one of his friends. He went on to start Virgin Records in the 1970s and is the founder of the Virgin Group. In the 1980s he