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5 DIY and safe hangover cures to try this weekend

You can run, but you can't hide from a hangover. Damn if we haven't tried Everyone has a remedy they swear works for them, from chewing garlic, to rubbing a lemon on your armpit, to drinking more (a.k.a. the hair of the dog) Though there's...Show More Summary

What you need to know about the government getting your metadata

SYDNEY — Since the terror alert was raised to high in September, the Australian Government has been very busy. Tony Abbott’s government has pushed through a number of changes that affect your privacy and life online. First the government...Show More Summary

WHO says Ebola epidemic in Liberia may be slowing down

The rate of new Ebola infections in Liberia appears to be declining and could represent a genuine trend, the World Health Organization said Wednesday, but the epidemic is far from over. The disease is still raging in parts of Sierra Leone and there is still a risk that the decline in Liberia won't be sustained, Dr. Show More Summary

Sales Enablement Will Be the Next Big Craze in Content Marketing

In content marketing, we spend a lot of time talking about brand marketing efforts, feeding funnels, targeted outreach, increased traffic, storytelling, authenticity, engagement, blogs and videos and how all of these things serve our prospective and current customers. Show More Summary

What Google’s Recent Algorithm Updates Mean for Small Businesses [INFOGRAPHIC]

If you are a small business owner who finds Google's alliterative algorithms Penguin and Panda to be intimidating territory, you’re not alone. You have enough on your hands with running a business and maintaining a website without having...Show More Summary

3 Steps Toward Inspiring Your Community

Over the past several years, inbound marketing has wildly become the most successful and influential form of marketing. Not that outbound marketing has expired, but brands are becoming more aware that relationships drive inspiration, inspiration drives conversations, and conversations drive brand affinity. Show More Summary

1930s British portraiture by renown photographer Edwin Smith

Hailed by poet Sir John Betjeman as a "genius at photography" and by photographer Cecil Beaton as "an understanding and loving connoisseur of his subject," Edwin Smith (1912–1971) captured the essence of the places, landscapes and buildings...Show More Summary

Channel your inner spook for our Halloween Vine challenge

In the eerie spirit of Halloween, we brought on a true mastermind of spooky art, Jennifer Messmore, to guest-host our Vine challenge. We want to see moving candles, spine-chilling spirits, terrifying tales and other unsettling scenarios in your videos. Show More Summary

Talking about venture capital, tech culture and sports with Glen McGowan, founder of Buckets Academy

Today I had a chance to meet Glen McGowan, founder of Buckets Academy. I was introduced to Glen via a mutual friend. Glen shared that he recently relocated to San Francisco from LA. We talked about the Bay Area tech culture, fund raising, sports and how he’s making an impact with Buckets Academy. It was […]

'The Evil Within' is more frustrating than terrifying

Your first brush with frustration in Shinji Mikami’s blood-drenched action horror saga The Evil Within comes only minutes after you’re first given control. Bound and hung from the ceiling via meat hook with only corpses surrounding you,...Show More Summary

Queen of Halloween Heidi Klum has some costume advice for you

Not only is she one of world's most famous supermodels, Heidi Klum has another claim to fame: She's the queen of Halloween. Klum's costumes are famous for being fantastically over-the-top, and they typically take months of planning to put together. Show More Summary

Focused kitty is staring into space and there's nothing you can do about it

What could possibly be so interesting? Nothing. Nothing at all. Despite its owner's gentle pokes, this focused cat will not break its ninja stare. At least it's still blinking. Hey, kitty. Are you seeing ghosts or something? Tony Hawk...Show More Summary

6 hilariously bromantic moments from Discovery's show about two senators on a desert island

Discovery's show Rival Survival, which aired Wednesday night, is about as contrived as TV can come, with a concept that is unarguably completely ridiculous Two rival senators from opposite sides of the political coin get plopped on a...Show More Summary

25 stunning photos of the great outdoors

From snowcapped mountains to sleepy city streets at dawn, the world is filled with awe-inspiring landscapes just waiting to be discovered. We partnered with Olympus for this week's Mashable Photo Challenge, and asked you to send your most breathtaking photos of the great outdoors. Show More Summary

Legal issues to understand if your employees work in multiple states

For a business owner, it's complicated enough to stay on top of employment laws when your staff is in one place. However, legal regulations from the federal, state and municipal levels can often differ from one another, causing issues for multi-state employers. Show More Summary

Microsoft Band apps and photos of the wearable released early

Even more evidence that Microsoft is readying a release of a fitness band surfaced Wednesday. The company, which hasn't officially announced that it is making a wearable, accidentally unveiled companion apps for their product, whichShow More Summary

Giants win World Series behind demigod Madison Bumgarner

The San Francisco Giants won the World Series in an exhilarating Game 7 to close out an exciting, back-and-forth series As has been the case this entire World Series — nay, this entire post-season — Madison Bumgarner was the hero See...Show More Summary

It's totally okay to eat pets in Pennsylvania

Tuesday night's Colbert Report dove into the contentious world of state politics. Specifically, Pennsylvania's House of Representatives, where whether or not it's legal to eat pets is a hot topic. Recently, a bill to outlaw the consumption...Show More Summary

Metadata of Australians may be stored for two years under new law

The metadata of Australians is proposed to be stored by telecommunication companies and internet service providers for two years, under new legislation introduced to Parliament by the Australian government. On Thursday morning, mandatory...Show More Summary

Learning about data science at the Galvanize launch event

Galvanize kicks off their launch event tonight in San Francisco. Connecting with industry collogues and friends. Galvanize also launched launched GalvanizeU today. A Master of Engineering in Big Data is delivering a new Class of Data Scientist prepared for real world applications of deep data science skills. Galvanize is a Denver-based startup focused on coalescing […]

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