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Tired Of Boring Dinners? This IBM Supercomputer Creates Inventive New Food

If you were to open your fridge one night and find a measly 10 items inside, you might decide to order Chinese. But the truth is that you could craft 3,628,800 dishes simply by mixing those ingredients in various combinations. Factor in different preparation styles and methods of cooking, and the options quickly reach the quintillions.

Week's Best Space Pictures: Sahara Glows, Hawaii Erupts, and Greenland Melts

Twinkle, Twinkle Photograh by Reid Wiseman, NASA The Sahara twinkles under a stretch of the Milky Way galaxy in an image taken on board the International Space Station by NASA astronaut Reid Wiseman. Wiseman and his fellow Expedition 41 crew members will perform two spacewalks in the next couple of [...]

The story of life in under three minutes

read more .. The story of life in under three minutes Life is an unfathomable mystery. How did it spark into being? Was the blueprint scorched onto a meteor, or did it rise up, from a bubbling soup? However it happened, a spectacular explosion, from geology to biology, had begun.

Reader Recs: Life-Changing Childhood Trips

read more .. Reader Recs: Life-Changing Childhood Trips We can all remember the first trip we took that opened our eyes to the wonder and beauty of the world. Here, ten readers share their stories. (Photograph by Stephen Simpson, Getty) Traveling at a young age can be a transformative experience that leads to a lifetime of wanderlust.

Photo: Train tracks with a stunning view

read more .. Photo: Train tracks with a stunning view

This App Is Your 360-Degree Passport To The World

read more .. This App Is Your 360-Degree Passport To The World It's lunch time and I'm in Chengdu, China, standing in a brick-laden artery of historical Jing Alley. I'm watching a family of three hunched over wooden benches under the awning of a street vendor cart, studiously picking from small garnished bowls of rice.

Top 10 Tricks for Shopping at Amazon

read more .. Top 10 Tricks for Shopping at Amazon Top 10 Tricks for Shopping at Amazon Expand We love Amazon for its convenience, variety, and prices. We also love tricks and tips that help us save money and reap more benefits when shopping the mega online store.

How A Nightly Walk Can Change Your Life

"We're on our street. We've just started walking on Fairfax Road," says Barry Beck. He and his wife, Marla, are COO and CEO (respectively) of Bluemercury, a $100 million luxury beauty retailer celebrating its 15th anniversary. The key to their successful business, which has enjoyed the same longevity as their marriage?

These 20+ Beautiful Autumn Photos Will Inspire You To Grab Your Camera

Autumn is a great season for photography. Whether you're a professional photographer or an amateur taking pictures with your potato-quality smartphone camera, anyone can capture the season's rich colors. No matter how good or bad you think you are at photography, we want to see your favorite autumn views!

20+ Mystical Bridges That Will Take You To Another World

An ancient, mossy bridge is the perfect complement to any rural or river scene. These old and mysterious arched bridges are mankind's way of traversing landscapes that are otherwise decidedly wild. Interestingly enough, an arch is only kept in position by its own weight - the stones supporting an arch couldn't possibly stay in their position without the stones above them weighing them down.

The complete guide to packing lunches that are tastier than takeout

I used to work from home, where throwing together fresh salad greens with whatever cheese/cracker/soup/fried egg/half-sandwich/leftovers situation presented itself at lunchtime was simple. But when I started working full-time at Quartz's Manhattan office earlier this year, I discovered that lunch at the office can be a bit of a pain.

Can You Really Learn a Skill in A Week? The Secrets Inside Tim Ferriss' Insanely Fast Learning Strategy

Tim Ferriss is best known for rethinking traditional working life--like by reducing the 40 hour workweek to 4. Now, in his new T.V. show, the Tim Ferriss Experiment (which airs Sunday nights at 8 p.m. on HLN) he disassembles the rule that it takes 10,000 hours to master a skill.

How Studying or Working Abroad Makes You Smarter

How does studying or working abroad change you? You return with a photo album full of memories and a suitcase full of souvenirs, sure. But you may also come back from your time in another country with an ability to think more complexly and creatively-and you may be professionally more successful as a result.

Living in: The world's top coffee cities

In many of the world's top coffee cities, the cafe is more than just a place to get a warm drink - it is also a hub of culture and conversation for locals and visitors alike.

3 Simple Ways to Make Exercise a Habit

Want to build an exercise habit that sticks? Changing your behavior can be difficult so here are some tips to get you started.

6 Ways to Make a Great First Impression

Many entrepreneurs overlook the importance of poise and professionalism. Here's some advice.

Study: Self-Confidence Plays A Crucial Role In Forging Your Career Path

Once in a while, it is healthy to doubt yourself, to ooze a tiny bit of self-awareness. But a new psychology study from Ohio State University found evidence that an individual's career paths is influenced by their own levels of self-confidence and, to some degree, the amount of social validation they receive along the way.

How to Use Your Gut to Make Better Decisions

You know the feeling you get that a certain decision is the right one, or that a certain individual, despite how good his qualifications look on paper, is just not the right one to hire? This unexplained feeling is often called intuition, or "a gut instinct."

15 Tiny Tweaks for an Instant Health Makeover

We’ve compiled a list of super-simple healthy tweaks you can realistically make. Really. Like, starting tomorrow.

5 reasons why you should take cold showers

Turning off the heat may not sound appealing, but there are some actual health benefits to be had by taking a cold plunge on a regular basis. Have you ever taken a cold shower - a really cold shower? Then you'll know that bracing sensation as the icy cold water comes pouring out of the showerhead onto your just-warm, now-frozen skin.

Seven incredible places you may have never heard of

Wisconsin's ever-changing sea caves Most of the world's wonders are well trodden, but a few under-the-radar gems remain scattered across the globe. We chose our favourite among the more than 160 amazing places that people may have never heard of, debated on the question-and-answer community Quora.com.

How You Make Decisions Says a Lot About How Happy You Are

‘Maximizers’ Check All Options; ‘Satisficers’ Make the Best Decision Quickly: Guess Who’s Happier

The paradox of choice

Psychologist Barry Schwartz takes aim at a central tenet of western societies: freedom of choice. In Schwartz's estimation, choice has made us not freer but more paralyzed, not happier but more dissatisfied.

Why It's So Hard To Detect Emotion In Emails And Texts

Short answer: we're selfish. But there are things we can do about it.

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