Hair Extensions: Styling Option For Short Hair
The key to styling layered hair with extensions is to break away from the traditional iron techniques and manipulate tools in news ways to create more organic texture and movement,
Tips To Avoid Stressful Situation During Childbirth
A recent study analysed the research on this topic and recommended that women should labor in whatever position they find most comfortable and not be required to lie down for long periods of time.
Top 10 Stretching Exercises For A Chilling Winter Workout
Warm-up and stretching is significantly important before a workout and more so during the winter, to avoid muscle stress and strain.
Abby Ryan Mooring: “Hard Work Pays Off”
Exceptionally talented fashion model/actress success mantra "patience, patience, patience and persistence”
Cheese Without Cows
An emerging technology promises vegan alternatives that are as gooey and pungent as the original
Big Sky Thinking
Can skiing be eco-friendly? Perhaps, say the resorts upping their sustainability game and nurturing dreams of a carbon-neutral future
China Tightens Control Over Company Data With Transfer Rules
Companies in China would need government approval to transfer important data abroad under proposed rules announced last weekend that would tighten Beijing’s control over information and might disrupt operations for international corporations.
Facebook to Shut Down Face-Recognition System, Delete Data
Facebook said it will shut down its face-recognition system and delete the faceprints of more than 1 billion people amid growing concerns about the technology and its misuse by governments, police and others.
E-Wallets: What Happens to Your Crypto If You Die?
If you’re merely dipping your toe in cryptocurrency, it can be hard to imagine your crypto as something worth talking to an estate attorney about.
Encuentra La Paz
Hoteles, restaurantes, paisajes que contrastan con el desierto y el mar y la emoción de descubrir la vida submarina son algunas de las cosas imperdibles de Baja California Sur.
Care About Your Credit Score? Get Strategic With Card Limits
If you have credit cards in your wallet, you might track your balances to keep your budget in check, but knowing each card’s credit limit off the top of your head is another story.
Apple iPhone 13: A Battery-Life Beast
The Apple iPhone 13 is a battery-life beast, with far greater longevity than previous midrange smartphones.
3 Things We Love in Windows 11 (and 3 Things We Hate)
Windows 11 has some great features, as well as reasons not to upgrade.
Apple Teams With A-cold-wall On Beats Studio3 Headphones
The limited edition headphones will go on sale soon for $350.
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All-Star Sides for Thanksgiving Dinner
Turkey gets all the attention at Thanksgiving, but it’s the side dishes that really deserve the spotlight. Bright green peas, golden beets, crunchy Brussels sprouts, purple and green frilly kale, jewel-red pomegranates, and sunny orange winter squash take center stage in the following holiday recipes that are also perfect every day of the week.
Is Your Skin Going Through a Dry Spell?
Moisturize your dry, winter skin with natural formulations that will leave you feeling soft and smooth—not sticky, slippery, or like you’re covered in chemicals.
In the Can
In a culinary world dominated by farm-to-table eating and fresh ingredients, MasterChef semifinalist and author Theo A. Michaels celebrates the joys of cooking with canned food.
A Taste of the Tropics
After returning home from Nicaragua, Pitaya Foods founder Chuck Casano couldn’t get dragon fruit smoothies out of his mind. So he decided to bring the delicious, exotic fruit to the states.
Diabetes Research Update
Weight loss and exercise are effective for both prevention and reversal of type 2 diabetes, and supplements can provide additional benefits:
Xi Hits the Campaign Trail (Really)
Even in communist China, the president must bolster support and woo the elite to secure another term
Black Food – Beyond Soul Food
More than just a cookbook, Black Food bears witness to a vital culinary culture
Refined sound experience, with a huge battery
Fares Micue – An ultimate message of Positivism
I always try to isolate as many details as I can from the final image I want to create, like that I able to get to a more accurate representation of the image in my head.
Hieronymus Grabstein – Monumentum
Our brain is organized so that it analyses and memorizes visual information faster than any text. A spectator is always curious to see what is left outside the camera’s view. There is hardly a better way to tell stories of people’s lives other than via visual imagery. Handicraft– from the beginning and up to the end of each operation. It is not an automated process but significant experience, expertise, and a bit of spontaneity and freedom of artistic creativity.
Amazon Unpacked A-Z
It doesn’t matter that Jeff Bezos has stepped down: No industry is safe from the company’s relentless ambition. A complete guide to Amazon’s staggeringly large and ever-mutating domain, most of which you can’t even see.
When 55,000 People Find One Common Voice
At Purdue University, persistence and innovation lead to branding success
Seeing and Believing
Manipulated images are rampant, and problematic. Adobe, the photo-editing forebearer, has a solution.
Donna Langley – Know When to Hold 'Em
Universal Pictures’ Donna Langley acted fast to save the studio’s tentpole films. But, as she explains, the business was changing anyway.
Big Tech Won't Save Us
Societal problems only seem to get worse when Silicon Valley puts its mind to fixing them. But there is a glimmer of hope.