Something is missing in the lives of today’s adolescents: that magical coming-of-age feeling when a whole world opened up.
“Americans have been making gardens forever, constantly innovating and experimenting as they work the soil. Amateurs and professionals, young and old, schoolchildren and scientists — Americans of every sort have put their backs into gardening. And for a variety of motives: beauty, food, science, prestige.”
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Source: Smithsonian Libraries
From friendly mermaids to a fiery volcano, the courses in this South Carolina city have it all.
Editor’s Note: I have always had an attraction to miniature golf…
Stoicism emerged as a philosophy, a way of life — similar to a religion, really — most famously in ancient Rome somewhere around 50-100 AD (even though it was Greeks who pioneered the thinking). Two millennia later, the philosophy is enjoying a revival of sorts, and it’s not hard to understand why. The primary goal […]
Around the world, tiny towns have made bookstores their speciality.
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Raleigh and Charlotte are ranked among the top cities in the United States to live based on crime rate, demography, economy, education, environment, health, housing, infrastructure and leisure.
The place that Hemingway put on the map will always have a special kind of magic.
Source: Nothing Can Kill Key West
Voice recognition technology is beginning to compete with typing. Would the end of typing change the business world forever?
“After decades of development, voice recognition technology is beginning to compete with typing when it comes to sending texts, interacting with computers, and even writing whole articles. The end of typing could shake things up, judging from how much typing changed the world when it was first introduced.”