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Agile, Lean, Design Thinking, Continuous Delivery… Which Should I Use?

This curated post is by Cauri, Instructor at Rhubarb Studios, Los AngelesThe post Agile, Lean, Design Thinking, Continuous Delivery… Which Should I …

19 Silicon Valley landmarks you must visit on your next trip

That past is mostly gone now, and the next generation of computer companies has already filled the valley faster than you can say Moore's Law.<p>If you want to take a trip into Silicon Valley, here's how to get a good mix of its past and present.<p><i>Note: Several of these include visits to garages and</i> …

8 Things to Know Before You Remodel Your Kitchen

You may or may not have had the good fortune to design your kitchen from scratch. At worst, it's a rental situation that gets the job done but irks you at every turn—and at best, it's probably a cleverly laid-out melange of disparate parts: a dishwasher from one supplier, a butcher block from …

The 9 Best Places to Go in New York City for Holiday Cheer

Despite celebrating Christmas every year, I come from a family that is decidedly un-Christmasy. So for many years, I scoffed at red cups, turned my nose up at holly, and maneuvered my way around Christmas-themed playlists—but when I moved to New York, which in some areas rivals the North Pole this …

New York City

Will your driverless car kill you so others may live?

It's 2025. You and your daughter are riding in a driverless car along the Pacific Coast Highway. The autonomous vehicle rounds a corner and detects a crosswalk full of children. It brakes, but your lane is unexpectedly full of sand from a recent rock slide. It can't get traction. Your car does some …

Five Years Later, Free Trade Still Doesn't Work

My book <i>Free Trade Doesn't Work</i> was published five years ago by the U.S. Business and Industry Council, a Washington-based think tank and lobbying organization.<p>If the reader will forgive a bit of inside baseball, I'd like to review what I got right and what I got wrong, now that time has given a bit …

60 Beautiful Kitchen Island Ideas

Kitchen islands serve a number of purposes. In addition to being a visual anchor in the space, they also help increase the room’s functionality and …

Kitchens

One Man Calculated The Ultimate NYC Walking Tour

Exploring all of New York City is hard, whether you live there or you're just visiting for a short time. Though subways make journeying a little bit faster, the best way to see the city and all it has to offer is to walk it. Lucky for us, one guy has calculated an optimized walking tour of NYC that …

Inside a Kitchen That's the Right Mix of Feminine and Masculine

Feminine touches and handsome details.<p>For this year's Kips Bay Decorator Show House, designer Matthew Quinn conjures a masterful, convivial mix.

Interior Design

7 Trends From 2014 That Aren't Going Away

We're wishing these 2014 trends a long and happy life.<p>We're wishing these 2014 trends a long and happy life. This article originally appeared on ELLEDecor.com.

Tour an Inviting, Traditional Kitchen in Dallas

A kitchen by design firm Collins & Sweezey reveals the soft, warm side of classic floor-to-ceiling cabinetry.<p>It was a slab of rare Blue Macaubas quartzite — now on the island — that caught their eye. "The watery blues felt warm and cool at the same time," says designer Katie Collins. She and her …

Kitchens

15 Things Not to Do in New York City

No matter how many times you've been to New York, the city can overwhelm you with its plethora of sights, museums, restaurants, activities and more. Unfortunately, many visitors make the mistake of spending their precious vacation time on the wrong things, or go about seeing the city in the wrong …

New York City

Use This Clever Trick To See Your iPhone's True Signal Strength

Ever find yourself questioning how accurate those little signal strength dots are on your iPhone?<p>Luckily, there's a trick to reveal your iPhone's true signal strength, and it takes less than a minute to enable.<p>First, you'll need to access a hidden app on your phone called Field Test Mode. To do …

Why NASA is sending a spacecraft to an asteroid to bring a piece back

Not to be outdone by their ESA colleagues, NASA is sending a spacecraft to an asteroid to bring a piece of it back. Her name is OSIRIS-REx, and she …

Google’s secret NSA alliance: The terrifying deals between Silicon Valley and the security state

<b>Cover detail of "@War" by Shane Harris</b><p>Inside the high-level, complicated deals — and the rise of a virtually unchecked surveillance power<p>Shane Harris<p>November 16, 2014 11:58am (UTC)<p>Excerpted from “@WAR: The Rise of the Military-Internet Complex”<p>In mid-December 2009, engineers at Google’s …

The 12 Top Bucket List Restaurants in America

Here are a dozen of the best restaurants in the U.S. you absolutely, positively have to experience. You only live once, right?<p>Some tourists are always grabbing a quick bite while taking in the sights. And then there are the rest of us, who are apt to plan entire trips around what we're going to …

The 5 Biggest Cybersecurity Myths, Debunked

“A domain for the nerds.” That is how the Internet used to be viewed back in the early 1990s, until all the rest of us began to use and depend on it. …

Get a LithiumCard mobile charger for $34.99 shipped

During my recent trip to Chicago, when I spent a lot more time out in the world (and away from power outlets) than usual, I realized I'm ill-prepared for those times when my phone battery gets low -- or runs out altogether.<p>Indeed, for those of us who rely heavily on our phones (read: everyone), …

Gear & Gadgets

Google's Docker integration is just the beginning, Docker exec says

Google has revealed new ways the company’s public cloud will work in Docker’s hot open-source software-packaging technology.<p>Joe Beda, a senior staff software engineer on the Google Cloud Platform, mentioned several Docker-related enhancements to Google’s rapidly growing cloud infrastructure in a …

10 Ways To Revamp Your Kitchen Island

When you first bought or designed your current kitchen island, it probably seemed perfect. But what if you could make it better? Have you ever …

Living Rooms

BatteryBox portable charger promises to keep the juice flowing even after five years

A new portable battery promises to carry enough juice to charge eight iPhones and keep your MacBook Air going for 12 hours, <i>five years</i> after you buy it. Unlike others that lose their capacity over time, BatteryBox uses a new energy management system called BatteryOS that monitors what's going on …

Big Data's Fading Bloom

Nobody would deny that Big Data was one of the most talked about areas in tech last year. And while Big Data was once viewed as the golden child of tech, its bloom is fading in terms of the value that it is able to deliver all on its own. There was a time not that long ago when the focus was on …

Expression Over Conformity: Cloud Revolution Is All About Human Progress

The world’s most powerful tools, machines and software aren’t locked away in guarded data centers. Rather, they are open and available to all — from single entrepreneurs to the largest corporations. This is unleashing what will perhaps be the largest wave of innovation seen for a long time.<p>With …

The ONE Thing You Must Do In Each U.S. State

"If you could only tell a visitor to do ONE thing in your whole state, what would it be?"<p>We asked this question to ourselves, to our trusted friends, and to a whole bunch of HuffPost editors. We thought our comrades' answers would help us create the ultimate American travel guide.<p>But their …

868-HACK on the App Store

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A gorgeous, colorful look at the cellphone signals we never see

Invisible signals are all around us, and now we can finally see what we've been missing. Data visualization artist Nickolay Lamm created psychedelic images of the cellphone signals that live in the air, but are invisible to us.<p>At first glance, the visualizations look like tiny mountains illuminated …

How Google manages over 40,000 Macs…without much help from Apple

During a talk at the LISA ’13 conference in Washington D.C earlier this month, a couple members from Google’s Macintosh Operations team explained how the company has been forced to develop its own set of tools to manage its fleet of roughly 43,000 Macs. The reason, according to Google engineers …

Investment Manager Explains Why 99.5% Of Americans Can Never Win

<i>Beyond the charts and warnings from economists and investors, perhaps the most disturbing commentary on income inequality in America was written by an investment manager in 2011.</i><p><i>"In my view, the American dream of striking it rich is merely a well-marketed fantasy that keeps the bottom 99.5% hoping</i> …

Where Chefs, Bartenders and Sommeliers Eat and Drink in New York

Find. Eat. Drink. checks in with New York City chefs, bartenders and sommeliers to see where the industry pros are eating and drinking.<p>Photo: Betony<p>PHOTO GALLERY<p>Find. Eat. Drink.s Where Chefs, Bartenders and Sommeliers Eat and Drink in New York<p>Follow Find. Eat. Drink. on Twitter: …

Anki Drive's tiny, iPhone-controlled toys are the pace cars for a robot revolution

After four and a half years working mostly in secret, Anki is off to the races. The San Francisco startup, which has raised $50 million to bring robots into everyday life, is making good on that promise with a racing game powered by your iPhone. Anki Drive, which goes on sale October 23rd for $199, …