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Coogee House in Sydney Featuring a Lovely Glass-Roofed Pergola

<b>Coogee House</b> in Sydney, Australia is an example of how modern design can be mixed and matched with healthy living. <b>Tanner Kibble Denton Architects</b> is …

12 Modern Gardens With Water Features

Manhattan-based firm Pulltab Design created this urban rooftop deck and garden in the East Village. It’s an amazing space that even has an outdoor …

Building a Simple Arduino Robot

This guide shows you how to quickly and easily build an Arduino robot. Robotics is an exciting and fun hobby that has become very affordable in recent years. What would have required a lot of money and experience to do a few decades ago is now affordable, easy, and most of all, FUN!<p><b>Not sure if</b> …

Is your child a fussy eater? Here's what NOT to say

So Britain's most hated vegetable has been reinvented just in time for Christmas. Waitrose has been working secretly with farmers to produce a sweeter, nuttier brussel sprout that, they say, will win over even the pickiest of kids. Bah humbug! Leave them on the shelf, I say – along with the chicken …

Why are children always certain they know best?

I have watched four children grow now and I am still left with a mystery – what is the nature of childhood? What makes children different? I have written before about the elusive quality of innocence: how it, although we cannot define it, is the quintessence of the child's nature. But there are …

Giant Hovering Roundabout for Cyclists in the Netherlands

<i>Hovenring</i> is an incredible suspended roundabout conceptualized and designed by IPV Delft specifically for cyclists to safely make their way across congested traffic by traveling overhead. Located between Eindhoven and Veldhoven in the Netherlands, above the Heerbaan/Meerenakkerweg intersection, the …

Why Babies In Arabic-Speaking Households Learn Some Numbers Faster

What language you hear growing up--Arabic and Slovenian are especially good--affects how you learn to count.<p>Don't tell that hyper-competitive parent friend of yours. English-speaking toddlers learn the idea of the number one faster than Japanese- and Chinese-speaking kids, while Slovenian-speaking …

My child is crying because …

Now and then, every parent realises that if the world were watching us interact with our offspring through an invisible camera, it would be humbled by the sheer brilliance of our child-rearing skill.<p>Greg Pembroke, 33, of Rochester, New York, was aware of such a picture-perfect moment as he and his …

Don't make children eat their greens

One day, when my daughter, Ruby, was about 10 years old, I had a colossal argument with her about a pea. We were in Ikea in Brent Cross, north London. We had ordered lunch in the Ikea restaurant. It involved something and peas.<p>I had struggled to get Ruby to "eat normally" for as long as I could …

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Netherlands to pay compensation over Srebrenica massacre

The Netherlands has been ordered to pay compensation for the deaths of Bosnian Muslims in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre in a ruling that opens up the Dutch state to compensation claims from relatives of the rest of the 8,000 men and youths who died.<p>The judgment by the Dutch supreme court is the …

Since when did obedience become the epitome of good parenting?

Two stories caught my attention recently. One was a report that breastfed babies are more challenging in their behaviour and the other was about a new book called French Children Don't Throw Food: about how French children apparently behave really well, in restaurants and just generally.<p>(Hmm. Can I …

Vanpussy got owned by Agger today Superb Day :D

John Pilger: forcing down Evo Morales's plane was an act of air piracy: http://bit.ly/16STg9b Imagine the aircraft of the president of France being forced down in Latin America on "suspicion" that it was carrying a political refugee to safety – and not just any refugee but someone who has provided the people of the world with proof of criminal activity on an epic scale. Denying the Bolivian president air space was a metaphor for the gangsterism that now rules the world. European states were told Snowden was on Morales plane, says Spain: http://bit.ly/1cYn5qm Photograph: Zuma/Rex Features

Fujifilm X-M1 Review

When Fujifilm introduced its X-system back in January 2012, it took the unusual step of starting out with a top-end professional model - the …

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Essentials: The Street Photographer With a Strobe

<i>Essentials is a brand new series where we round up specially curated kits for different photographers in different situations. Other items could</i> …

First Impressions: Zeiss Touit 32mm f1.8 (Fujifilm X)

The world is full of dreary lenses. Most of the new ones, today, are refreshes of the old. So when Zeiss invited us to try something new, my interest …

Fuji X100s Camera Review

UPDATE: The latest version of ACR is doing a much better job of converting the Fuji RAW files than when I first tested the camera so you can pretty …

First Impressions: Zeiss 12mm f2.8 Touit (Fujifilm X Mount)

Last week, we got to have some quality fondling time with the brand new Zeiss 12mm f2.8 Touit lens on the Fujifilm X Pro 1. The lens is one of the …

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A Slow Motion Look at the Fujifilm X100S’ Shutter Speeds and Syncing

After reading the great reviews of the Fuji X100S, I decided to take the leap and buy one. I’ve been getting more interested in street photography …

First Impressions of the Fujifilm X100s

I recently took delivery of my first Fujifilm camera, the X100s. There have been some supply issues with UK stockists, I initially ordered this …

Gallery: Nature's 10 Best Dads

Parents: Parenting News & Advice for Moms and Dads

They're celebrating another first, too.<p>Every day, our new Shop TODAY Facebook page will release a deal of the day that's exclusive to...<p>Moms have …

Make bread by mixing ice cream with flour and baking

It appears that you can make delicious (and fantastically high-carb) bread by mixing melted ice-cream with self-rising flour and baking it. I'm …

Hungry Planet: What the World Eats - in pictures

http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/gallery/2013/may/06/hungry-planet-what-world-eats<p>720<p>Californian photographer Peter Menzel visited 24 …

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David Foster Wallace's Legendary Graduation Speech Is Now An Awesome Short Film

Novelist David Foster Wallace gave a speech called "This Is Water" to the 2005 graduating class at Kenyon College.<p>The speech, which has become legendary, discusses how meaningless daily routines take over our lives and that we have to choose how we think, and what we pay attention to.<p>"This Is …