Podcasts are surging in popularity. And why not? They give you new ideas, expand your horizons in personal and professional growth, and allow you to learn new things in your areas of interest.
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Copying data from a Windows PC to Linux--or in the other direction--can seem intimidating at first. After all, it's something that seems like it should be simple, but turns out to be difficult.
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The term "corporate food" is pretty disturbing if you stop to think about it. Corporations aren't usually known for their strong ethics or for placing people above profit. And yet, somehow, more than 70% of food in America is processed and almo
Since Tesla began operations in 2003, the electric car company -- named after 19th- and 20th-century inventor Nikola Tesla -- has been a gamechanger for the automotive industry. In just 16 years, Tesla has become one of the most important automakers
Researching your family tree is exhaustive. However, unless you can claim direct lineage to the aristocracy, you're probably going to run into trouble around the 16th century. One way around this is becoming increasingly popular: DNA testing.
When I joined several ladies to take a survival course in Croatia back in May, we all brought the gear we felt we would need if a sudden Zombie Apocalypse arose and we had to get back home.
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Take a look in the Control Panel for apps you've installed but never use. Also peek at those apps with trial expired. They all consume hard disk space and valuable system resources. Even on a new machine, you may see all sorts of junk apps and bloa
LEGO is now piloting a new project that will use the bumps on their iconic bricks to help teach the Braille alphabet to blind and visually impaired children.
macOS is an intuitive operating system, so you don't have to spend lot of time learning the basics; Knowing this, why should you learn and take advantage of the Unix command line available on your Mac? We have four good reasons:
There are many unpleasant ways to die in "The Iliad" or "The Odyssey." I would consider myself lucky if I were killed off in the Trojan War in "The Iliad" rather than head home victorious, say no to drugs, resist the temptation of the sir
Blocktv is a new televised news source for the cryptocurrency community. News.Bitcoin.com recently visited the company's headquarters in Israel to see what it takes to air a TV channel dedicated to reporting on the digital assets industry.
showcases anti-cancer secrets across 7 Asian nations... (Natural News) Western medicine still hasn't solved the scourge of cancer. In fact, the Western medical system continues to push toxic chemotherapy, deadly radiation and radical surgery as the
In the wake of the widely publicized "largest college admissions scam ever prosecuted" that broke last week, it has become clear that the SAT and ACT tests used to gauge student intellect for college admission (or at least their aptitude to take test
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Sue Khim is the CEO of Brilliant. Brilliant is a problem-solving website in mathematics and science for high aptitude students. Brilliant aims to democratize the way smart, driven youth are identified and developed by making an intellectually challen
The following seems like science fiction, but scalar beam weapons were invented in 1904 by Nicola Tesla, an American immigrant from Yugoslavia. (1856 or 57 -1943) Since he died in 1943, many nations have secretly developed his beam weapons which now
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Johns Hopkins University is acquiring the building that houses the Newseum in Washington, D.C., where it plans to consolidate its presence in the nation's capital, provide more opportunities for students and better inform policymakers, officials an
It's school choice week. Many kids don't have choice in where they go to school. The school choice movement is trying to give them that opportunity.