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21 Absolutely Invaluable Kitchen Hacks Few People Know Of

We’ve gathered together some life hacks for preparing food, cleaning and organizing your cooking space. Some of them you may have never …

These 18 Post-Apocalyptic Survival Life Hacks Will Keep You Alive At The End Of The World.

No matter what you see on the news, it’s unlikely our civilization is going to crash and burn within our lifetimes. But just because we don’t expect …

The problem of understanding in machine intelligence

“Does the machine understand?” is highlighted in any current generation consumer machine learning algorithm such as an online chatbot, a translator function in your mobile phone or home speech assistant is that the current natural language processing consists of largely transactional one-way …

Landscape Photographer Jeff McPheeters Captures the Majestic Fury of Storms on the Great Plains

Jeff McPheeters is a Kansas-based pro whose extensive portfolio encompasses everything from interior design and event photography to landscape, …

Did You Know That You Can Ride Without Traffic Your Bike From Paris To London?

Yeap, you read right: Paris to London on a bicycle.<p><b>The Greenway.</b><p>Yep, you read right: Paris to London on a bicycle. Even though England is an island and there is a sea between the two countries, a specially designed itinerary is in place for the brave, willing, and ready, to undertake the voyage.<p>The …

Roads

Hello World, Episode 2: Why Sweden Is So Good at Making Tech Everyone Wants

Why Sweden Is So Good at Making Tech Everyone Wants<p>Episode 2: We explore magical treehouses, faceswapping robots, and enjoy fika with Spotify’s …

Light Painting the Outline of a Person with Long Exposure Photography

Unlike most photographers, Jason Page creates his images in complete darkness. After experimenting with long exposures of the moon reflecting over …

The world’s best cities revealed

Bordeaux has been named the world’s best city, according to Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2017 list.<p>Known for its occasionally left-field choices, …

14 Toronto Film Festival Movies Worth Your Attention

Natalie! Emma! Amy! Ruth! Oh my!<p>Attending the Toronto Film Festival is like stepping into a la-la land where bloated summer blockbusters are but a distant memory. This year’s gala even gave us an actual “La La Land,” the musical romance that won the festival’s top prize and jump-started the annual …

You’re either an explorer, or you’re not. Which one are you?

Find out why you might be sitting in your office chair, instead of making your first attempt at the South Pole.<p>Antarctica is unbearable in July. It is so treacherous that in 1911, explorers Apsley Cherry-Garrard, Bill Wilson and Henry Bowers returned to base camp with shattered teeth and …

The church of 40,000 corpses

Travellers with a taste for the macabre will have a field day at this gruesome chapel, which is ornately decorated with skeleton chandeliers, hipbone chalices and skull bunting.<p>With every corner of the gruesome Sedlec Ossuary ornately decorated with bones from more than 40,000 skeletons, the Czech …

The best soccer boots of 2015

The holiday season is coming and with Christmas shopping earlier than ever we thought now would be a good time to share with you the best soccer …

Is Sexism All in Your Brain?

Sexism is deeply ingrained in our patriarchal society, alive and well in our misogynistic culture—or so the rhetoric goes. Now we can blame …

The Brain

What really annoys you?

We're making a new series and we need your help<p>BBC Radio 4 and BBC Future are developing a series of radio programmes to investigate all the things that annoy you, and hopefully to provide some solutions.<p>But first, we need to discover your bugbears, the things that really wind you up; from mildly …

Is beer better (or worse) for you than wine?

From health benefits to hangovers, there are some important differences between hop and grape that only science can explain.<p>Few drinks (save tea or coffee) divide the world so spectacularly as beer or wine. There’s no accounting for taste, of course – but there are subtle differences in the way …

Alcohol

Urbanistan - Photographs and text by Matjaz Krivic | LensCulture

As soon as you hear the word “Urbanistan,” your imagination is whisked off into the traffic mayhem of Calcutta; the tawdriness of the neon-sex nightlife in Bangkok; the unbelievablely structured—yet simultaneously frenzied—Tokyo; the suffocating and dusty streets of the (hardly) living body of …

Street Dreams - Photographs by Vicky Roy | LensCulture

Vicky Roy’s childhood flashes before him like a film: Born to a poor family in Purulia, a city in West Bengal, he was raised among six siblings. His father worked as a tailor and it was his dream to see Roy educated. Thus, Roy was sent to his maternal grandparents’ home in the hopes that they would …