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Same HTML, Different CSS
I stumbled upon a project called “Evolution of Web Design”, which shows a web page about Nasa and space. The interesting thing is that there is a slider mimics how the design looked for each year (1993 - 2015).
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18 hours ago
Montreal's Empty Olympic Tower Revived into Offices for Desjardins - Design Milk
Abandoned since 1987, the Olympic Tower of Montreal was recently transformed into new offices for Desjardins, one of Quebec’s largest financial institutions. Provencher_Roy designed the office interiors which span seven of the building’s 12 floors, equaling 80% of the available rental space.
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18 hours ago
How to Add Custom CSS to Your WordPress Site
The WordPress ecosystem is huge, so it can be a challenge to find the perfect theme to match your brand in every respect. A good starting point is by browsing the thousands of high-quality WordPress themes on ThemeForest. 
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19 hours ago
How Does WordPress Work?
If you’re new to WordPress, or switching over from a static website, you might want to know exactly how WordPress works. WordPress is a content management system, or CMS.
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19 hours ago
How to Build Healthy Habits - The New York Times
It’s not about willpower. Good habits happen when we set ourselves up for success. Our new challenge will show you how. We’re all creatures of habit. We tend to wake up at the same time each day, brush our teeth, have morning coffee and commute to work, following the same patterns every day.
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22 hours ago
Why Teenagers Reject Parents’ Solutions to Their Problems - The New York Times
It’s usually because we’re not giving them what they’re really looking for. Parents of adolescents are often confronted by a puzzling sequence of events.
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22 hours ago
6 causes of procrastination that aren't laziness | Well+Good
If you’re a living, breathing human, there’s a pretty good chance you’ve procrastinated on something at some point in time.
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22 hours ago
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It’s Monday morning; you have way more stuff to get through than there is time to do it in. Resisting the temptation to check Facebook one last time, you decide to start getting through your work as fast as possible.
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22 hours ago
How shortcuts changed the ways I use my iPad for the better | iMore
Shortcuts have become an essential part of my digital life, not only for productivity but also for entertainment.
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22 hours ago
Opinion | The Epic Battle Between Trump and Bezos Is On - The New York Times
Amazon is pointing the finger right at the president over the awarding of the JEDI military contract. Ms. Swisher covers technology and is a contributing opinion writer.
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22 hours ago
How to do intermittent fasting safely - CNET
You've probably heard of intermittent fasting, the popular diet that involves restricting the hours during which you can eat. It's heralded as a weight loss method, and research suggests that it can also boost your immune system, cure high blood pressure and more.
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23 hours ago
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Our three short workout videos will get your heart pumping and give you a full-body workout without a trip to the gym. Do you have six minutes to spare? Then you can do a workout.
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23 hours ago
How to Increase Your Retirement Savings in 6 Steps
Some of the links in this post are from our sponsors. We provide you with accurate, reliable information. Learn more about how we make money and select our advertising partners. Do you have less than $25,000 in your retirement account right now? You’re far from alone, my friend.
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23 hours ago
California’s Housing Crisis: How a Bureaucrat Pushed to Build - The New York Times
The City Council of Lafayette, Calif., met the public two Mondays a month, and Steve Falk liked to sit off by himself, near the fire exit of the auditorium, so that he could observe from the widest possible vantage. Trim, with a graying buzz cut, Mr.
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4 days ago
A Crisis Right Now: San Francisco and Manila Face Rising Seas - The New York Times
Somini Sengupta, The New York Times global climate reporter, and Chang W. Lee, a photographer for The Times, traveled to the Philippines and California to see how rising sea levels are affecting two big metropolitan areas.
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6 days ago
How the CIA used Crypto AG encryption devices to spy on countries for decades - Washington Post
For more than half a century, governments all over the world trusted a single company to keep the communications of their spies, soldiers and diplomats secret. The company, Crypto AG, got its first break with a contract to build code-making machines for U.S. troops during World War II.
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7 days ago
Larry Ray and the Stolen Kids of Sarah Lawrence
Anyone who spent time with Talia Ray during her first year at Sarah Lawrence College heard her talk about her father. He was a truth teller, she’d explain, who’d been silenced by a group of powerful, vindictive men.
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8 days ago
Review/Art; Joseph Beuys asTeacher and Artist - The New York Times
This is a digitized version of an article from The Times’s print archive, before the start of online publication in 1996. To preserve these articles as they originally appeared, The Times does not alter, edit or update them.
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8 days ago
Duuuuude. What Happens If the Earth Gains Consciousness? | WIRED
I can’t say I’ve ever been tempted to merge with a tree. Well, maybe once in college, at a time when I may or may not have been on drugs. (My mother is likely reading this, so let’s just say I was not.
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8 days ago
What to Know About Money in Your 50s and 60s
So, you’ve got a decently-sized nest egg building, your debts are paid off and your estate is more or less in order. You’re approaching the home stretch to retirement. This is the fourth article in TwoCents’s latest series, What to Know About Money at Every Age.
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9 days ago
Opinion | The Hidden Depression Trump Isn’t Helping - The New York Times
The economy may get the president re-elected, but not everyone is sharing in its strength. Put aside the Trumpian hyperbole, and it’s true that the economy is strong — and that this is critical to Trump’s chances for re-election.
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10 days ago
Opinion | The Age of Decadence - The New York Times
Everyone knows that we live in a time of constant acceleration, of vertiginous change, of transformation or looming disaster everywhere you look. Partisans are girding for civil war, robots are coming for our jobs, and the news feels like a multicar pileup every time you fire up Twitter.
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10 days ago
Code Girls: The Women Cryptographers of WWII
While Alan Turing was decrypting Nazi communication across the Atlantic, some eleven thousand women were breaking enemy code in America. The Navy transformed a girls’ school campus into housing for its female codebreakers.
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13 days ago
John Baldessari, Godfather of Conceptual Art, Dead at 88
Artist John Baldessari, whose irreverent, multimedia work and lengthy career as a teacher at CalArts and UCLA inspired an entire generation of artists, died Thursday at the age of 88 at his home in Venice, California.
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15 days ago
John Baldessari Was Anything But Boring
The conceptualist John Baldessari, who died Thursday at 88, spent more than five decades making laconic, uninflected, ironic conceptual art-about-art and art-about-life.
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15 days ago
Exploring the Power of Healing Dreams
One evening before falling asleep, I scribbled, in some desperation, a formal request in the dream notebook I'd started to keep: What is the direction of a cure? That night, I had a startling vision: Under the ground a white, snakelike worm is turning in upon itself in a perfect spiral.
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16 days ago
Vandersteen Name Meaning, Family History, Family Crest & Coats of Arms
The surname Vandersteen was first found in Holland, where the name became noted for its many branches in the region, each house acquiring a status and influence which was envied by the princes of the region.
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18 days ago
Everybody Is a Star: How the Rock Club First Avenue Made Minneapolis the Center of Music in the ’80s | Pitchfork
The grassroots touring circuit for independent American rock bands was just beginning to cohere in 1981. “Booking was like being an explorer,” says Jefferson Holt, who managed R.E.M. at the time. “Punk” of whatever stripe was still viewed with extreme suspicion by middle America.
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18 days ago
In the Race for Cheap Airfare, It’s You vs. the Machine - The New York Times
Travel providers now use software to re-price their offerings, sometimes dozens of times a day, putting travelers at a big disadvantage. Optimistic that you can easily find the best airfare and hotel rate for your next vacation or business trip? Think again.
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18 days ago
iBetter (App, Recording)
iBetter is an app that can help you develop a good habit and abandon a bad habit. The first page contains a special calendar that can help record your daily work and life events.
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18 days ago
The New Fantastical Review - MacStories
Over six years after the debut of the second major iteration of Fantastical – version 2.0 for iPhone, which I reviewed in October 2013 – Flexibits is introducing a new version of their popular hybrid calendar client/task manager today.
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19 days ago
How I Edit Podcasts on the iPad Using Ferrite - MacStories
This has been a year of new creative projects for me. In addition to some personal endeavors that have yet to see the light of day, I joined Federico as the co-host of Adapt, a new iPad-focused podcast on Relay FM.
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19 days ago
How to Recover an Old iPhoto Library
A disaster from years ago still haunts this week’s Tech 911 letter-writer. She’ll explain the full details in a bit, but it makes me grateful for complicated backup setups. Anyway, let’s go put the world’s biggest Band-Aid on a potential technological catastrophe.
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19 days ago
Urbanears Rålis Bluetooth speaker: Rich, smooth sound emanates from this big, heavy speaker
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19 days ago
Where did that go? Find the parts of iTunes now spread throughout different apps in macOS Catalina
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19 days ago
iPhoto users, you’re out of time with macOS Catalina. What’s your next step?
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19 days ago
How to Create Retina Display Image Assets for Better Looking Websites | Elegant Themes Blog
You’ve invested a lot of time into making your new website perfect, so why does it look so fuzzy when you view it on your iPhone? You made sure to use beautiful high quality images but they don’t seem to be displaying correctly at all. Cue panic!
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19 days ago
Kings Canyon National Park - Wikipedia
Kings Canyon National Park is an American national park in the southern Sierra Nevada, in Fresno and Tulare Counties, California. Originally established in 1890 as General Grant National Park, the park was greatly expanded and renamed to Kings Canyon National Park on March 4, 1940.
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19 days ago
Nederlander Reclaims Control Of National Theatre
After almost four decades, the Nederlander family has regained control of the National Theatre. Earlier in the week, James L.
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20 days ago
Tears for the Magnificent and Shrinking Everglades, a ‘River of Grass’ - The New York Times
For years, whenever I found myself in Miami with an afternoon to spare, I sneaked off west to where a road abruptly separates the urban grid from the Everglades.
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20 days ago
Tax System Favoring Central Park Co-ops and Brooklyn Brownstones Could End - The New York Times
New York City property taxes, long considered inequitable, could face a big overhaul under a plan from a mayoral commission.
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20 days ago
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20 days ago
13 Lucrative Side Hustle Ideas for 2020 - DreamHost
As you think about your resolutions for the new year, you’ve probably got some financial goals on the list, whether it’s paying off a student loan, making more money, or balancing work and life a little bit better.
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20 days ago
My Must-Have Apps, 2019 Edition - MacStories
Every year in late October, I start putting together a rough list of candidates for my annual ‘Must-Have Apps’ story, which I’ve historically published in late December, right before the holiday break.
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21 days ago
Reorder Bookmarks, Filter Collections, Upload/Search Icons & more
Next major release took a lot more time than I expected, so I decided to gradually add all expected features in current version and in parallel work on version 5.0. It way more simpler and faster to implement features in already working app, in comparison with full rewrite that I planned for 5.0.
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21 days ago
Fantastical Unifies Its Mac, iOS, and Apple Watch Calendar Experience With Weather, Tasks, Meeting Proposals, and More - MacRumors
Flexibits today is launching version 3.0 of its popular Fantastical calendar app, bringing a host of improvements across all platforms including Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch.
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21 days ago
Hands-On With Filmic's DoubleTake iPhone App That Lets You Record Video From Two Cameras at the Same Time - MacRumors
When Apple's latest iPhones were introduced in September, Filmic, known for its video recording apps, showed off a new app designed to capture video from multiple iPhone cameras at the same time, allowing for unique new footage.
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21 days ago
Science Says the Most Successful Kids Have Parents Who Do These 9 Things
Chances are, there’s something on this list you're missing. Much has been written about the attributes of high-achieving adults, and what makes them different from everyone else.
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22 days ago
The Downsides of Being Very Emotionally Intelligent
Although the downside of higher EQ remains largely unexplored, there are many reasons for being cautious about a one-size-fits-all take. Gemma is extremely caring and sensitive. She pays a great deal of attention to others’ emotions and is kind and considerate. Gemma is also quite optimistic.
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22 days ago
Why Meeting Another’s Gaze Is so Powerful
The reaction when two people lock eyes in a crowded room is a staple of romantic cinema. But the complex, unconscious reactions that take place are anything but make believe. You’ve doubtless had the experience when, across a noisy, crowded room, you lock gazes with another person.
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22 days ago
What Happened After the Liberation of Auschwitz |History | Smithsonian Magazine
Of the few who survived the Nazi camp complex, a handful returned to ensure the site couldn’t be swept away into historical memory It was January 1945, and fires burned at Auschwitz-Birkenau.
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22 days ago
Why I Switched to Mozilla Firefox From Chrome and You Should Too | Digital Trends
I have been in an on-and-off relationship with Mozilla Firefox for the past five years.
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26 days ago
One Medical targets IPO valuation of up to $2B as we unpack its Q4 results – TechCrunch
Hello and welcome back to our regular morning look at private companies, public markets and the gray space in between. Today we’re digging into One Medical’s updated IPO filing released this week.
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27 days ago
One Medical’s IPO will test the value of tech-enabled startups – TechCrunch
Hello and welcome back to our regular moning look at private companies, public markets and the gray space in between. Today we’re digging into the One Medial S-1 IPO filing.
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27 days ago
UX design process: a simple (but complete) guide | Webflow Blog
Discover the UX design process needed to create effective and memorable user experiences that actually matter. The UX design process begins at understanding the objectives of a business and how best to serve a target audience.
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27 days ago
Opinion | The Apps on My Phone Are Stalking Me - The New York Times
There is much about the future that keeps me up at night — A.I. weaponry, undetectable viral deepfakes, indefatigable and infinitely wise robotic op-ed columnists — but in the last few years, one technological threat has blipped my fear radar much faster than others.
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28 days ago
How Jeff Bezos’ iPhone X Was Hacked - The New York Times
It most likely began with a tiny bit of code that implanted malware, which gave attackers access to Mr. Bezos’ photos and texts.
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28 days ago
What's It Like To Work For An Organization That Heavily Uses Asana?
At Cooliris and AdJitsu we use Asana across the organization as our primary project management tool as well as recruiting database. In addition, we're starting to use it more in engineering as a bug tracker, migrating from a combination of Trac and Bugzilla.
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28 days ago
3 ways school puts your child's health at risk | Penelope Trunk Education
We talk about the health of children all the time. But we rarely talk about anything that would lead parents to take their kids out of school. School is so sacred that people who are supposed to be protecting kids are scared to come out and say what kids really need. 1.
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29 days ago
Reading is worse than video games | Penelope Trunk Education
The biggest problem we have in our child-directed learning program is that my kids want to play video games all day. Well, that’s not true. They’ll choose eating over video games if they’re hungry.
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29 days ago
Kids who play video games do better as adults | Penelope Trunk Education
So much of the discussion of school comes down to video games. Especially for boys. And here’s why: in most cases, if you tell boys they can spend their time doing whatever they want, and they can learn whatever is interesting to them, they will learn a lot about video games.
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4 weeks ago
How a punk-inspired collective beat the streaming giants at their own game | Salon.com
The streaming regime is a terrible way for artists to make a living. A punk co-op just fixed that With the rise of Napster and the decline of compact discs, music industry revenues were essentially in free fall from 2004 through 2015.
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4 weeks ago
Why 'A Final Unity' is the Perfect 'Star Trek' Gaming Experience
The beauty of Star Trek is that it works in any format, any genre. This has been proven across all media, from the noir holodeck adventures of Dixon Hill, to Star Trek-as-political thriller in The Undiscovered Country, to the action blockbuster Kelvin timeline films.
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4 weeks ago
The 25 Best Places to Visit in 2020 – Blog - Tripsy
The world has plenty of wonderful cities and countries to visit, you can pass years traveling, and maybe it won't be enough to get to know all of them. Here they are a list with some to start this journey. The eternal city fascinates everyone who goes there.
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4 weeks ago
Opinion | When Trump’s Thugs Turn on Him - The New York Times
Lev Parnas has shown us Trumpism from the inside. One good thing about surrounding yourself with tawdry gangsters and grifters is that if they flip on you, you can claim they have no credibility because they’re criminals.
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4 weeks ago
7 Ways to Maximize Productivity When You Work From Home - Remote Jobs Club: Work from Anywhere
Being self-employed or working remotely requires a great many skills that not all people possess. You must be disciplined; able to regulate your schedule and stay on top of deadlines.
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4 weeks ago
Computers are for Creating: How Shawn Blanc Applies Intentionality to His Tech – The Sweet Setup
In this Mindfulness Monday post, we talk to Editor-in-Chief Shawn Blanc about how he uses his computers for creating, working with a remote team, and avoiding procrastiworking.
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4 weeks ago
Genius Things To Do On A Sunday To Have A Productive Week
If you want to have a successful week, you need to set it up right. You need to prepare and plan for it. You need to be thoughtful and thorough about it. And the best way to do that? Through this story of specific things to do on a Sunday!
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4 weeks ago
Make the Law of Attraction Work - Change Your Core Beliefs!
The most profound thing you could possibly do in your life is to change a core belief. Why? Because core beliefs affect everything in your world! I would not have believed it had I not experienced it in my own life.
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4 weeks ago
Bloomberg - Are you a robot?
The Big Three—BlackRock, Vanguard, and State Street—are the most important players in corporate America. Whether they like it or not. The index fund is one of a handful of unambiguously beneficial financial innovations.
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4 weeks ago
Discovering Your Destiny - | Live a Life You Love
Who was I born to be? What is it I came here to do? What is my purpose on this planet? And lets face it; none of us wants to miss it.
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4 weeks ago
Who ARE You? - | Live a Life You Love
It breaks my heart that most people haven’t a clue about who they really are. Nearly all of the people I talk with, whether on the “path” or not, do not recognize the majesty of their being.
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4 weeks ago
How the Law of Attraction (Really) Works
A lot has been written over the years about the law of attraction. Some of it’s true. And some of it isn’t. And some of it is partially true, which is the most misleading of all.
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4 weeks ago
Intermittent fasting: What it is, how it works and why you should try it - CNET
By now you've probably heard of intermittent fasting, arguably the hottest health trend of the last couple years.
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5 weeks ago
A Meditation on Grief - Jack Kornfield
When after heavy rain the storm clouds disperse, is it not that they’ve wept themselves clear to the end? —Ghalib Grief is one of the heart’s natural responses to loss. When we grieve we allow ourselves to feel the truth of our pain, the measure of betrayal or tragedy in our life.
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5 weeks ago
Frontend Focus Issue 422: January 8, 2020
? Hey, it's good to be back in your inbox with the very first Frontend Focus of the new year. After the holiday break, we're back on our regular schedule, so you can expect this digest each and every Wednesday.
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5 weeks ago
Front-End Performance Checklist 2020 [PDF, Apple Pages, MS Word] — Smashing Magazine
114 min read Performance, Service Workers, Checklists Share on Twitter or LinkedIn Let’s make 2020… fast! An annual front-end performance checklist (PDF/Apple Pages/MS Word), with everything you need to know to create fast experiences on the web today. Updated since 2016.
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5 weeks ago
Vacation rentals: 12 Frank Lloyd Wright homes you can rent - Curbed
From a Wisconsin cabin to a stunning Hawaiian house, we’ve rounded up 11 homes designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for your next vacation.
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5 weeks ago
Paradise Revisited; Where Earth and Sky Meet: A Wright Cottage, for Rent - The New York Times
There are Frank Lloyd Wright houses that can be visited because they have become museums, like Fall ingwater and Wright's own Taliesin, and there are Frank Lloyd Wright houses that can be bought to live in forever, usually at a substantial price.
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