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Google’s newest Material Design tools make previewing colors a breeze

Material Design, the colorful, grid-based design language Google developed to unify its web and mobile properties, is getting a fresh coat of paint. …

Material Design

Amazon Rapids is a subscription-based story service for kids raised on texting

According to my research, kids these days only love a few things: instant messaging, vaping, and, um, *checks sheet* windsurfing? It's that first one, though, that Amazon is relying on as a way to get young people interested in reading, with its new Amazon Rapids service. The subscription-based …

Apps

VR Noir shows how virtual reality will transform television

It seems odd to us now, but before the invention of the television, families would gather around radios as a leading form of home entertainment. Before the radio, folks would pack movie houses to watch silent films from Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin. This, again, seems very odd to those of us …

Science Says 92 Percent of People Don't Achieve Their Goals. Here's How the Other 8 Percent Do

If you're serious about goal-setting, here's what the high-achievers know that you may not.<p>Did you know that a staggering 92 percent of people that set New Year's goals never actually achieve them? That's according to research by the University of Scranton.<p>I've done it many times, and if you're …

Want Your Kids to Grow Up Successful? Here's What You Need at Home

What's more important than how much money you make or where you live.<p>Parents are eager to do everything they possibly can to help their children be successful. If you want your kids to earn big salaries as adults, what should you buy them now? Piano lessons? Coding camp? Mandarin class?<p>None of the …

Stephen Hawking: Black holes may offer a route to another universe

Objects may be able to fall through black holes into an alternate universe, Stephen Hawking suggested as he prepared to publish an eye-catching study …

Black Holes

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29 Strategic Video Marketing Insights You Can Borrow From BuzzFeed

With a little help from my friends and colleagues at ReelSEO as well as the “cool nerds” at Tubular Labs, here are 29 strategic insights video …

The Complete Guide to Driving Sales with Customer Evangelists

When it comes to marketing, there’s strength in numbers.<p>The more people you have marketing your products, the better they’re going to sell.<br>• Also, the …

Travel Photography Cameras

<b>Posted By:</b> admin March 29, 2016<p><b>Best Travel Photography Cameras</b><p><b>Top 9 Cameras for Travel Photography</b><p>There has been a surge of interest in travel …

How to promote your start-up business

Gone are the days when it took huge marketing budgets to reach large audiences.<p>Today, online tools, social media and business networks make it possible for small start-ups to compete with big companies, even on a shoestring budget.<p>In this episode of our ‘Start-up on a Shoestring’ series we share …

Startups

Tracking Digital Marketing Campaigns Without Expensive Software

There are a lot of tech companies that are taking a crack at tracking digital marketing campaigns. If you have the budget to invest in software, …

What Google Learned From Its Quest to Build the Perfect Team

<b>Like most 25-year-olds,</b> Julia Rozovsky wasn’t sure what she wanted to do with her life. She had worked at a consulting firm, but it wasn’t a good match. Then she became a researcher for two professors at Harvard, which was interesting but lonely. Maybe a big corporation would be a better fit. Or …

Leadership

The world's least visited countries – have you been to any of them?

Rail journeys in South Africa: The Diamond Express

The time machine leaves Pretoria at 8am and takes about three hours to arrive in the year 1905. It is powered by a magnificent Class 19D “Dolly” steam locomotive built by Krupp engineers in pre-war Germany, and its destination is a mining town where the world’s biggest gem-quality diamond was found …

The Happiness Code

Last summer, three dozen people, mostly programmers in their 20s, gathered in a rented house in San Leandro, Calif., a sleepy suburb of San Francisco, for a lesson in ‘‘comfort-zone expansion.’’ An instructor, Michael Smith, opened the session with a brief lecture on identity, which, he observed, …

No, Dystopian Sci-Fi Isn't Bad for Society. We Need It More Than Ever

That much of Michael Solana's recent op-ed in this space is undoubtedly true. With widespread surveillance, the militarization of police, the …

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If you don’t have video in your content mix, you’re missing out. It’s simpler to make than ever, ...<p>November 1, 2017<p>Want to know how to make …

Melting Ceramics by Livia Marin | Colossal

<p>When dropping a ceramic plate or cup we’ve all braced for the familiar sound of impact as the object explodes into a multitude of sharp fragments on …

The Weekender: Pacific Rim Director Guillermo Del Toro on Why He Made the Sci-Fi Film for His Daughters

As another George-Clooney-breakup-punctuated week at VF.com’s Hollywood Blog draws to a close, we’ve compiled the best entertainment-related content into one handy guide so that our readers can enter the weekend well informed of the relevant film releases, television events, and pop-cultural …

“Dune” Endures

As the temperature in California’s Death Valley climbed toward a hundred and thirty degrees recently, I had a vision of giant sandworms erupting from the desert floor and swallowing up the tourists and news media gathered around the thermometer at the National Park Service ranger station. The worms …

Show the Monster

Guillermo del Toro’s quest to get amazing creatures onscreen.<p>In 1926, Forrest Ackerman, a nine-year-old misfit in Los Angeles, visited a newsstand and bought a copy of <i>Amazing Stories</i>—a new magazine about aliens, monsters, and other oddities. By the time he reached the final page, he had become …

Thought experiment: the plan to build a supercomputer replica of a human brain

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How to grow your own island

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Edinburgh’s Mysterious Miniature Coffins

It may have been Charles Fort, in one of his more memorable passages, who described the strange discovery best:<p><i>London Times,</i> July 20, 1836<i>:</i><p>That, …

The Black Hole of Calcutta - a summary

On 20 June 1756, 123 Britons perished in a tiny dungeon cell in the city of Calcutta. The incident, which soon became known as the Black Hole of …