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Perfume Genius’ ‘Wreath’ Video Is a Tribute to the Human Form

The development of Alex Hadreas, the Seattle-born indie musician who performs as Perfume Genius, has been marked by progression toward a more ethereal, otherworldly sound. Based in the artist’s personal experience of homophobia and addiction (he also suffers from Crohn’s disease, a painful and incurable immune-related illness), Hadreas’s songs are ... More »

Online Dating Pioneer: Algorithmic Insights Can Help Us Become Better People

In an interview at Singularity University’s Global Summit in San Francisco, J. Galen Buckwalter said the quantitative study of personality is finding new tech applications. Buckwalter developed the matching algorithm at eHarmony and is now chief technology officer at psyML. Show More Summary

Trump lawyer: Moscow Trump Tower 'solely a real estate deal'

WASHINGTON (AP) — An abandoned proposal to develop a Trump Tower in Moscow during the 2016 presidential election was "solely a real estate deal and nothing more," the personal lawyer for President Donald Trump told congressional staff...Show More Summary

This app will give you the workflow of a highly effective person—for $10

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. Developers, bloggers, graphic designers, social media addicts: no matter who you are, you probably spend all day in front of your computer being creative. But sometimes, your workflow gets so complicated that it actually stifles your creativity. Show More Summary

A Subtle Sign of Insecurity Can Kill a Relationship Silently

When you’re in a relationship, you can develop some funny habits with the person you’re with. It could be constant... The post A Subtle Sign of Insecurity Can Kill a Relationship Silently appeared first on Lifehack. Insecurity can ruin anyone's love life. Many people tackle insecurity issue in a way that actually worsens their relationship. Here's how to correct it.

Lakers promote Jordan Wilkes, bolster support staff as training camp looms

Jordan Wilkes promoted to director of player development, responsible for helping players with 'personal growth' away from the court. Three other hires round out their sports science and strength programs.

The Root Of Current Tensions: "They Hold No Loyalty Except To Themselves And To Personal Gain"

Authored by Jeremiah Johnson (nom de plume of a retired Green Beret of the United States Army Special Forces) via SHTFplan.com, One of the items that is regularly reported on, but quietly…not alarming anyone…is the situation developing...Show More Summary

Missions Sunday: Enhancing Character Development through Soul Care (Part Two)

Soul Care is a lifestyle of regular, ongoing, non-crisis activity that promotes growth and development of the whole person into maturity. Read Part One (The Importance of Character and Character Development; Understanding Soul Care;Show More Summary

Public Works: What Toronto can learn about cohousing from Quebec

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Community members replace the role of private developer to construct a new lifestyle. When was the last time you asked your neighbour for a cup of sugar? For many city dwellers, the idea of counting on the person next door for a favour (no matter how small) harkens back to another era. Show More Summary

People with schizophrenia left out of longevity revolution

Since the 1970s, general mortality rates in developed countries have declined. On average, lifespans have lengthened by almost a decade. One demographic group that has not reflected this trend: persons with schizophrenia, whose lifeShow More Summary

Finding Your Financial Flow

Over the past few years, I’ve developed an insatiable appetite for financial literature. What you notice after finishing your 20th or 30th personal finance book is that things get to be a bit repetitive. This is especially true of the books that are aimed at a general audience. Show More Summary

This laser-equipped helmet can help a blind person 'see'

These college students could be onto something big. Five students from China have developed a smart helmet that could aid the visually impaired in their everyday activities. Called the "Eye See", the laser-equipped helmet is capableShow More Summary

Vitamin D Levels in Blood May Help Predict Risk of MS

Examining vitamin D levels in the blood may help predict whether a person is at risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS), according to a large new study published in the September 13, 2017, online issue of Neurology(r), the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.

New software turns mobile-phone accessory into breathing monitor

(The Optical Society) Researchers have developed new software that makes it possible to use low-cost, thermal cameras attached to mobile phones to track how fast a person is breathing. This type of mobile thermal imaging could be used...Show More Summary

Newsletter: Whatsapp’s New Updates & Could Apple Watch 3 Become the Next Smartphone?

QUOTE OF THE DAY “Around 400 million people in the last year got a smartphone. If you think that’s a big deal, imagine the impact on that person in the developing world.” ~ Eric Schmidt (Executive Chairman, Google) WHATSAPP ROLLS OUT...Show More Summary

Public Works: What Toronto can learn about co-housing from Quebec

Community members replace the role of private developer to construct a new lifestyle. When was the last time you asked your neighbour for a cup of sugar? For many city dwellers, the idea of counting on the person next door for a favour (no matter how small) harkens back to another era. Show More Summary

Learn the operating system that runs iPhone 8 — even before you get one

If you want to understand the OS that’ll be powering all the apps and other eye-popping extras running on that $1,000 piece of technology, get up close and personal with the Complete iOS 11 Developer Course and iOS Mastery training bundle. It’s on sale right now at over 90 percent off from TNW Deals.

13-year-old coder works to advance cognitive tech

Folks say computers are a young person’s game, and one of the best examples is Tanmay Bakshi (pictured), algorithmist and cognitive developer. Thirteen years old, going on 14, he represents the energy and innovation of young coders. Some of the biggest companies in the industry have offered the enthusiastic Bakshi a seat at the table. Show More Summary

5 symptoms you should never ignore

If you’re over the age of 50, then bone health is a serious concern—even more so if you’re a woman. When a person develops osteoporosis, their bones become weak and brittle, which increases the risk of fractures. Osteoporosis also negatively … The post 5 symptoms you should never ignore appeared first on Bel Marra Health - Breaking Health News and Health Information.

PewDiePie uses N-word during live stream, game developer takes action

PewDiePie is at the centre of a controversy, once again.  SEE ALSO: PewDiePie after Charlottesville: 'Nazi memes are not even that funny anymore' YouTube's highest paid and most prominent personality, whose real name is Felix Kjellberg,...Show More Summary

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