Forecast screen grab via Google Wear sunscreen (and polar fleece) Just because you've made the (likely very sane) decision not to join the herds of music fans flocking to Austin, Texas for South by Southwest: the Musical, it doesn't mean that you have to miss out on all of the performances. Show More Summary
We know that the NSA has been ramping up its efforts to collect data from computers, but it's now clear that the intelligence agency has the tools to compromise those computers on a grand scale. Information leaked by Edward Snowden to The Intercept...
It's no easy task to pick the best coffee shops in this city. If you're lucky enough not to be surrounded by the Evil Green Mermaid and her spawn, you've probably got your own special go-to cafe where they know how to make that almond milk latte leaf just right. Show More Summary
Now that the final episode has been filmed for the CBS hit sitcom “How I Met Your Mother," the cast appeared on an episode of Bravo’s “Inside the Actor’s Studio” with host James Lipton to discuss their characters. Bravo released a brief...Show More Summary
Most of us have fond memories of our childhood homes, so it's hard to imagine the lives of less fortunate kids. But far too many youngsters spend their earliest years in homes that are ravaged by poverty and neglect. Many of these children...Show More Summary
A social media expert weighs in on keeping your profile fresh and using it to create an effective narrative about yourself. There are more how-to articles about creating LinkedIn profiles than there were stars at the Academy Awards. But with all due respect, most are worth less than a DVD of Lindsay Lohan's best performances. Show More Summary
By Tom Konrad (AltEnergyStocks): A Better Mousetrap? Ralph Waldo Emerson never said “Build a better mousetrap, and the world will beat a path to your door.” The mousetrap that likely inspired the misquote was invented seven years after his death. Show More Summary
On the World Wide Web's 25th anniversary, it's only right to look back at just how naive we were about it when it launched. Just look at Katie Couric and the rest of the "Today" hosts discussing it in 1994. But John Allen, a playwright...Show More Summary
If the new version of the SAT was available now, I would definitely be taking this over the ACT... It's just like everything I've been learning in school, where we are analyzing documents and seeing how we came to that answer. The idea of condensed math makes it much easier to narrow down what you want to study. Show More Summary
Get your barf bags ready, cause you're gonna vom from all the sweetness! Now that The Bachelor is over, Juan Pablo Galavis has released a video to prove to the world just how much he loves his girlfriend, Nikki Ferrell! He uploaded Adventures In Loving You to his YouTube page, which features a song created [...]
Guys, turns out all those colorful pebbles we ate as kids are totally not good for us. The good news? You can still start your day off right with a bowl of one of these healthy (and delicious!) cereals -- plus how to pick 'em at the store. Show More Summary
You know how you used to think that all movies based on video games suck (excepting, of course, 1975's intense psychosexual thriller Pong)? Well, you're still right. Need for Speed, though it tries very hard, is a movie that assumes car-lovers are idiots. And, as a car-lover and (rarely) occasional non-idiot, I'm sick of that. Read more...
Post by Mary Fischer. Have you ever noticed how kids seem to go from one extreme to the other in certain instances? What am I saying? Of course you have. They're just about the most indecisive little creatures on the planet -- especially...Show More Summary
SALT LAKE CITY, March 12, 2014 – University of Utah chemists discovered how vibrations in chemical bonds can be used to predict chemical reactions and thus design better catalysts to speed reactions that make medicines, industrial products...Show More Summary
How much energy was generated by all the participants in the 2013 Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris? Take a look a this infographic and see how the energy generated by all the 2013 runners could light up the Eiffel Tower for three nights!
Guest Post Whether it's your first or your third, pregnancy is an exciting time for you and your family. There are a lot of changes going on in your body to prepare it for the delivery of new life. As part of this, your body has an increased amount of blood flow, which is why you have a higher chance of developing varicose veins during pregnancy. Show More Summary
by Michelle Markowitz I have only so many posts left this week, and I'd be remiss if I didn't get this in at the halfway point. I don't know how you all are feeling today, but you may want to watch the above clip right now. Is thereShow More Summary
There are so many appliances, gadgets, and gizmos in our home that it’s hard to monitor how much energy we use. If it’s not something you pay attention to, then starting from scratch with regulating your usage to try and reduce your energy costs can be a bit dizzying. While it will save you more [...]
We've all heard of farm to table, but how about apartment to table? This Miracle-Gro AeroGarden has everything you need to grow your own cherry tomatoes, jalapeños, basil, and pretty much any other herb or small vegetable indoors, all without getting any dirt under your fingernails. Show More Summary
Can you be sure you are living your own life—or are you living how other people want you to live? Here are 9 warning signs to watch for. The post 8 Signs You’re Not Following Your True Path appeared first on Lifehack.