51 Luxury Bedrooms With Images, Tips & Accessories To Help You Design Yours

October 15, 2018

A place of rest and relaxation, your bedroom should be your solace from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Sure, you want your bedroom’s style to reflect your design preferences, but you also want to make sure it functions as the retreat you deserve. Transitioning a bedroom from drab to luxurious can be as simple as the addition of new lamps or maybe a bit more complex, like an…

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Sogou Provided AI-Powered Language Translation at China Tennis Open

October 15, 2018

Chinese internet search engine Sogou provided its AI-powered language translation technology at last week’s China Open tennis tournament. Sogou’s platform provided fans and media real-time bilingual translations between Chinese and English during interviews and press conferences. The China Open was held Sept. 29 through Oct. 7 in Beijing, and featured tennis stars such as Caroline Wozniacki and Simona Halep. The use of Sogou’s system marked the first time that AI-powered…

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Kim Kardashian: Ready to Leave Kanye Over MAGA Madness?

October 15, 2018

Perhaps you’ve spent the past 24 hours trapped under a rock in a remote forest with especially crappy wi-fi. If so, we’d like to both congratulate you on your escape and warn you that your return to society is about to be made bittersweet, at best: Yes, Kanye West paid a visit to the White House yesterday, and the ensuing madness made almost everything else Yeezy has done over the…

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World-Renowned Artist Wyland Launches New Rum

October 14, 2018

He’s internationally known for his life-size, outdoor whale and sea life murals, but for marine artist Wyland, it’s his ‘pirate life’ that’s influencing his latest venture—the launch of his own name-brand rum. “I’m a pirate. I’ve spent a lot of time diving the Caribbean, testing various rums. It’s a lifestyle brand I created here. Art and rum go together perfectly—even makes my art look better.” – Wyland, Famed Painter and…

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Longest long-haul flight to New York draws curious flyers

October 14, 2018

Eighteen non-stop flights per week connect India to New York and several others hop through airports in the Middle East and Europe, but the Indian market is still eager for more it seems even if they fly the rather longer eastward route. Which is probably why a number of passengers from India, especially Mumbai, are booked on Singapore Airlines’ non-stop, 18-19 hour Singapore-Newark flight.It’s either that or plain curiosity to…

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Sea Salt and Chocolate Homemade Rx Bars

October 14, 2018

These homemade Rx bars have 9 grams of protein and all natural ingredients If you love the high protein Rx Bars, but hate the price, we’re making our own! Our family goes through phases when I purchase protein bars for the kids or I to take on the go or for a healthy snack.  But then I grow tired of paying the outrageous prices, and  the kids decide to eat…

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Resident Evil 2 Remake interview: “there’s a huge extra level of scariness that wasn’t possible in the original”

October 14, 2018

As far as we’re concerned, Resident Evil 2 remake is looking pretty good. We’ve played three different chunks of the game now – one as Leon, two as Claire – and every one seems to be nailing the look and feel of the original in a more modern game. Part of RE2 remake’s success in this area can be credited to the make-up of the team who made the game,…

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Three must have apps for backpacking around Canada

October 13, 2018

Our phones are utterly amazing and sometimes it is easy to forget that fact. There are like small computers in our pockets which gives us so many new opportunities, the ability to do so many things as well as the chance to improve our lives that many people never even imagined possible. They are calculators, they are games consoles, they are sat navs, they are cameras and they are even…

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Democrats Think They Can Flip Three Districts in California’s Heartland. But Will Latino Voters Get to the Polls?

October 13, 2018

Pedro Ramirez, a get-out-the-vote organizer in California’s Central Valley, has a grudge. And his anger is part of a potent force that could bounce as many as three Trump-aligned Republicans from the US House during next month’s midterm elections—if it can overcome the region’s deep political inertia. Ramirez’s beef started just over a decade ago, when he was a high school senior in Tulare County. In 2007, he was invited…

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How Insights Into The B2B Lifecycle Can Prevent a Blind Spot in 2020

October 13, 2018

kmicican / Pixabay The speed at which changes in buying behaviors and decision-making are occurring is a challenge faced by B2B organizations. With data and technology as drivers, the time at which insights can serve as relevant is shrinking also. This phenomenon of speed in changing behaviors will cause a shift in thinking on the gathering of human-centric insights by the year 2020. When I first pioneered the concept of…

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