Bryan Schutte

8 Magazines | 16,015 Articles | 3,412 Followers | @schutte34 | Keep up with Bryan Schutte on Flipboard, a place to see the stories, photos, and updates that matter to you. Flipboard creates a personalized magazine full of everything, from world news to life’s great moments. Download Flipboard for free and search for “Bryan Schutte”

A peek at L.A.’s Artemesia estate, on sale for nearly $10 million

A 1913 home built for Los Angeles construction executive Frederick Engstrum and designed by architect Frank A. Brown is on the market for $9.995 million

Built in 1913, the 13,300-square-foot home as 8 bedrooms and 7 baths

Los Angeles

A Travel Hacker Explains How to Fly Around the World for Free

From the column 'The VICE Guide to Finance'

When you're walking through an airport, sweaty and tired and sore and worried about the debt you're racking up by spending hundreds of dollars to go to yet another fucking destination wedding, occasionally you'll catch a glimpse of someone like Brian …


3 Signs of a Bad Nonprofit Strategic Plan

I’ve been leading several strategic planning processes lately, and as we wrapped up the last planning meeting for one of my clients (who had been …


19 Super Healthy Benefits of Celery

Did you know that celery is one of the healthiest veggies out there? You probably hear a lot about spinach, kale, apples and lemons but this green …

Healthy Eating

How to Remove Rust With Vodka

And other unexpected uses

While it’s pricier than rubbing alcohol, this bar staple has the same antiseptic properties, making it a clever replacement in a pinch. Read on for spirited ways to put it to use.

Erase Window Streaks

As an alternative to using chemical cleansers, spray glass panes with …


Exclusive Excerpt: Detective Cormoran Strike Returns

Robert Galbraith—a.k.a. J.K. Rowling—is back with 'Career of Evil'

J.K. Rowling surprised the world when she was identified as Robert Galbraith, the little-known author of The Cuckoo’s Calling, a 2013 mystery novel starring Detective Cormoran Strike. But she has continued to publish as Galbraith,

Mystery Novel

James Nachtwey: The Journey of Hope

From the wine-dark waters of the Aegean Sea to the back roads of the Balkans, James Nachtwey documents the dangerous passage

Their journey began in war, poverty and oppression. They are fleeing, by the hundreds of thousands, from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan, from Somalia, Iran, Pakistan and Eritrea, …


How to Get People to Be More Honest With You

Might want to Skype more often.

People lie more often via text message. We’re more honest via video than we are in the other mediums tested — including in face to face.

Via Science Daily:

Sending a text message leads people to lie more often than in other forms of communication, according to new …

Text Messaging

Researchers Grow Kidney, Intestine From Stem Cells

Two teams of researchers have grown rudimentary organs from stem cells — a primitive kidney and the beginnings of an intestine.

The two announcements show important progress in regenerative medicine and begin to answer one of the promises made by stem cell researchers — that powerful cells might be …

Stem Cells

First ancient African genome solves migration mystery

An ancient African genome has been sequenced for the first time.

Researchers extracted DNA from a 4,500-year-old skull that was discovered in the highlands of Ethiopia.

A comparison with genetic material from today's Africans reveals how our ancient ancestors mixed and moved around the continents.

The …

Ancient DNA

NASA spacecraft discovers blue sky, red ice on Pluto

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – The sky over Pluto may not be sunny, but it's undoubtedly blue.

NASA's New Horizons spacecraft discovered Pluto's blue sky during the historic flyby of the icy dwarf planet in July. The images of Pluto's atmospheric haze were beamed down last week and released by NASA on …


A Little Bit Country: Five Southern Sojourns for the Whole Family

As the temperatures go south, consider doing the same: these southern cities are high in temperatures, appeal, and charm.

As temperatures start heading south in most of the country, maybe you should do the same. As it so often goes with planning a vacation, choosing a destination the entire family …

U.S. Travel

5 Cheap Travel Gadgets You Need in Your Carry-On

When you're prepping for a flight there's a few things you always know to bring: a few magazines or a book to keep you busy, headphones to listen to music or drown out any annoying neighbors and a phone charger. These are crucial, but there is so much more you can do to make traveling go as smooth …

Travel Technology

Elon Musk: Apple hired the Tesla engineers we've fired

During an interview with German business newspaper Handelsblatt on Thursday, Elon Musk unleashed some very CE-Oh No He Didn't!-worthy words about Apple's car efforts. "They have hired people we've fired," he responded when asked if he was worried about a new competitor that's been snapping up former …

Elon Musk

The Artwork of Mika Nitta

We're loving the beautiful illustrative work of Japanese artist Mika Nitta. With the kind of intricacy, attention to detail and the solid composition …


Another Look at Lucas Simões' "Desretratos"

In Lucas Simões' series "Destretratos," he invited intimate friends over to tell him a secret while he took their portrait. "My intention was not to …

Portrait Photography

The photography of Bill Henson

Bill Henson is a prolific Australian photographer. He is primarily known for his work with adolescents, which addresses sexuality and gender in a …


On the Road with Paul Theroux: Photographs and Words from His New Book

In Deep South, Paul Theroux takes the back roads of the South with photographer Steve McCurry.

Road Candy: Traveling in America

Most travel narratives, perhaps all of them, even the classics, describe the miseries and splendors of going from one remote place to another. The quest, the getting there, …

Travel Writing

NIH’s mental health chief on why he’s leaving for Google: Technology may hold key to better diagnosis - The Washington Post

(Justin Sullivan/Getty)

NIH’s mental health chief on why he’s leaving for Google

Technology may hold key to better diagnosis

October 8, 2015

Thomas Insel, who has been director of the National Institute of Mental Health for 13 years, is leaving at the end of the month to join Google. A major force …


13 Annoying Email Mistakes Even Smart People Make

Top executives reveal their chief complaints about the email they receive.

How good are you at email? We all complain about getting too much of it, and we all try to cut down the time we spend on it. Yet in our email-driven business world, it remains a primary form of communication, something we …


The Science of Sounding Smart

When you’re trying to convey the quality of your mind to your boss, or to a company that’s considering you for a job, your best ally may be your own voice.

Although some people may assume that their ideas and intellect would come across much better in written form, it turns out that using your voice …


Ave Pidas' Beautiful Nudes

Born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, Ave Pildas worked early in his career as a photo stringer for Downbeat Magazine. In 1971 Pildas began working as …

Report: DNA Markers Accurately Predict Male Homosexuality, At Least in This Small Study

Today, a study presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics tied male homosexuality to chemical markers on DNA that …


Belarussian Alexievich awarded Nobel literature prize

Svetlana Alexievich wins award for work on Soviet women during Second World War and after Chernobyl disaster.

Belarussian author Svetlana Alexievich has been awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature for her portrayal of the harshness of life in the Soviet Union.

In her first public response on …


MyFinBec project by Bezt

Polish artist Bezt, one of the members of the infamous art duo Etam cru, was recently introduced as the first artist participating in MyFinBec …


How to Fall Asleep in Under a Minute

The simple method takes hardly any time, and can be done pretty much anywhere

Tech savvy. Culturally aware. Underemployed. Spiritual but not religious.

These are all words and phrases that have come to be associated with the “Milliennial Generation,” which is also sometimes referred to as Generation Y. …


Meet the laundry-folding washing machine of our lazy-ass future

Socks are the hardest. For a future washing machine that washes, dries and then folds the results, it's one of the small barriers that remains in that latter stage. But as a research project that started back in 2008, Laundroid is finally getting there. Next year, the collaboration between housing …


What to Do If Your Rental Car Breaks Down

In many cases, rental car companies can charge you for mechanical problems that need fixing. Know your rights and responsibilities before you drive …

Domestic Technology

Amazon Dives Into the Internet of Things Inc. introduced a new service for its fast-growing Amazon Web Services division for what’s known as the Internet of Things, or IoT.

The service is designed to allow developers to link Internet-connected hardware devices to communicate with other devices as well as applications stored in …


Researchers Say They’ve Recreated Part of a Rat Brain Digitally

Building on years of research, 82 researchers from institutions around the world reported on Thursday that they have built a reconstruction of a section of rat brain in a computer.

The research was partly supported by the Human Brain Project, a more than $1 billion, 10-year European research …

The Brain