Ariel Garten combined her background as a therapist and fashion designer to make Muse, the brainwave-reading wearable, a success. Ariel Garten has turned a knack for connecting the dots between things that seem to have nothing in common into a successful startup. Read Full Story
Michael D. Dunn/Flickr Taco Bell is testing Cap'n Crunch-coated doughnut holes for its nascent morning menu. Cap'n Crunch is owned by oatmeal giant Quaker Oats, which in turn is a property of soft drink and salty snack behemoth PepsiCo (PEP). Show More Summary
When things get a little better every day, we take the good news for granted. It takes almost no time at all for the improvement to turn into an expectation and for the expectation to be taken for granted. But...
He claimed to be a Savior. But he turned on the teenage girls in his flock. And when they spoke up, he went on the lam.
Annie Carroll, former dancer of The Australian Ballet, writer and fashionista, turns her eye to the costumes and characters of Giselle – and their haute couture equivalents. Giselle, Act I She’s the young peasant girl in daffodil yellow, oozing gamine … Continue reading ?
Turns out, we were wrong: Nick Gordon actually can get more pathetic. The estranged boyfriend of Bobbi Kristina Brown, who one report claimed will be selling T-shirts to make money off his troubled girlfriend and who has accused Bobby Brown of being a terrible father, is finally set to open up about his relationship. In an interview with Dr. Show More Summary
Wednesday has turned out to be a great day for two tech stocks, GoPro Inc (NASDAQ:GPRO) and Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (NYSE:BABA). GoPro Inc (NASDAQ:GPRO) went up by around 6.7% as it closed on Wednesday, on the other hand Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (NYSE:BABA) went up by around 4.8% on Wednesday. ‘TheStreet’ article discuss about […]
Sleep is one of the most discussed topics of the morning–every morning. Phrases like, “I tossed and turned all night,... The post 15 Effective Ways to Improve Your Sleep Right Now appeared first on Lifehack.
An Israeli company says it's developed an optical lens and image processing software that's so powerful it can turn any smartphone into a hyperspectral sensor, potentially allowing cameras to break down the chemical components of almost any object from a distance.
As the eyes of the nation turn to Alabama this week to mark the 50th anniversary of the historic civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery, it gives us a moment to reflect on the progress we’ve made since that time, including the election of the nation’s first African-American president, and the work that remains ahead for the “Joshua generation.”
Before this grinning little girl was traveling the globe as a singer and style icon she was just another happy little lady smiling for a photo in Bridgetown, Barbados. Can you guess who she is?!
Inside the trauma of globalization. Novelist Rana Dasgupta recently turned to nonfiction to explore the explosive social and economic changes in Delhi starting in 1991, when India launched a series of transformative economic reforms....Show More Summary
Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry is arguably the best shooter in the NBA right now, and he's taken enough three-pointers to know when one will go in. After putting up a three-point shot Wednesday night against the Milwaukee Bucks, Curry turned around and headed back on defense before the shot even went through the hoop. Show More Summary
A volunteer firefighter turned himself in to authorities after allegedly killing the neighbors' dogs for coming onto his property and posting a photo of the remains on Facebook. Tim Conatser, of Hunt County, Texas, posted the graphic...Show More Summary
Lasagna is a favorite in my house but when I do not have to prepare the beloved baked pasta dish, I turn to lasagna grilled cheese. This sandwich is quick, easy, and so delicious.
Look at that cute little T-Rex. What's bizarre is that when you walk around the room, he turns his head and continues watching you. How did it do that? Read on and find out!
There is a new-to-me on-line fly fishing magazine called Tail that I got turned onto to see an article by Michael Larkin (yeah, he’s a Ph.D.). The article is all about bringing statistics to break down the elements that influence if you are going to catch a bonefish or not. It is an interesting read, […]
A new sequencing technique may provide a clearer picture of how genes in mitochondria, the "powerhouses" that turn sugar into energy in human cells, shape each person's inherited risk for diabetes, heart disease and cancer, according to a study. read more
If you’re looking for the latest information on local weather, crime, or education, the place you turn for news likely depends on the options around you. In a targeted look at how residents read and react to local news, a new study from the Pew Research Center finds that almost 9 in 10 people follow...