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Former Apple engineer creates incredible new furniture design

By about 1 hour ago.

Former Apple engineer creates incredible new furniture design

When former Apple engineer Brad Sewell moved from California to Boston to attend Harvard Business School, he quickly became frustrated with the state of the furniture market.

“I had this taste in quality, Sewell told Entrepreneur, “but a budget that was like ‘graduated IKEA’. There wasn’t much between your disposable furniture and the really high-end stuff.”

So like many ambitious go-getters, Sewell dropped out of Harvard and created a company to address his furniture concerns. The result? An innovative new company called Campaign.

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McDonald's All Day Breakfast October 6

Yes! All-day breakfast coming to 14,000+ McDonald’s starting next month

By about 5 hours ago.

Yes! All-day breakfast coming to 14,000+ McDonald’s starting next month

Some times you just want an order of Egg McMuffins, Hotcakes and Sausage McGriddles no matter what time of day it is. If you’re that type of person then we have some great news for you: McDonald’s is going to start offering all-day breakfast at more than 14,000 of its franchises next month. More →

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BauBax Travel Jacket Kickstarter

This versatile 15-in-1 Travel Jacket is Kickstarter’s most funded piece of clothing at $7.2M

By on September 1, 2015 at 12:19 AM.

This versatile 15-in-1 Travel Jacket is Kickstarter’s most funded piece of clothing at $7.2M

Remember the MacGyver Travel Jacket that has 15 compartments that each have their own designated functions? It turns out that so many people loved the idea of having such a “smart” jacket that the project became the most funded piece of clothing in Kickstarter history, topping $7.2 million in pledges. More →

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Four-day Workweeks Raise Productivity

Four-day work weeks are growing in popularity and you’ll absolutely love them

By on August 31, 2015 at 1:25 PM.

Four-day work weeks are growing in popularity and you’ll absolutely love them

Being stuck in an office five days a week for at least eight hours a day doesn’t necessarily make you more productive, as there are plenty of ways to pretend you’re working when you really aren’t. In fact, it looks like more and more companies have come to realize that their employees might be better off working four-day work weeks since they’ll still be able to get the job done in spite of taking more personal time. More →

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Abandoned Olympics Stadiums Buildings Photos

These photos show why you never want your city to host the Olympics

By on August 28, 2015 at 10:15 PM.

These photos show why you never want your city to host the Olympics

Earlier this summer, my hometown of Boston made national headlines after its citizens waged a successful campaign to kill the city’s bid for hosting the 2024 Summer Olympics. While some people out there may scratch their heads about why any city would reject a joyous international celebration of sportsmanship like the Olympics, a gallery of photos posted by Business Insider shows us that hosting the Olympics is really not at all what it’s cracked up to be. More →

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Lexus Hoverboard Science Video

Video explains the science behind the Lexus Hoverboard

Video explains the science behind the Lexus Hoverboard

By on August 27, 2015 at 9:20 AM.

A couple of months ago, Lexus introduced its rideable Hoverboard to the world in a YouTube video. We couldn’t be certain whether or not it was a prank, as no one actually rode the floating skateboard in the video, but earlier this month, we finally got to see the Hoverboard in action. It was incredible, but even with video proof, it’s still hard to believe it’s real. More →

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San Francisco Public Urination Wall Paint

Public urinators beware: San Francisco tests out wall paint that will deflect pee back on your pants

By on August 26, 2015 at 5:37 PM.

Public urinators beware: San Francisco tests out wall paint that will deflect pee back on your pants

People who think it’s cool to pee in public alleyways may be about to receive a rude awakening. Quartz brings us word that the city of San Francisco is experimenting with a special kind of paint for walls and other outdoor surfaces that will repeal liquids back from whence they came. You know what this means: Peeing on a wall in San Francisco could soon have the unintended side effect of peeing on your own pants. More →

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Burger King McDonalds McWhopper Proposal

Burger King just proposed the unthinkable

By on August 26, 2015 at 10:20 AM.

Burger King just proposed the unthinkable

Other than Coke-vs.-Pepsi, I can’t think of a fiercer food company rivalry than McDonald’s-vs.-Burger King. Because of this, I was astounded to see that Burger King has asked McDonald’s to join it in creating a super sandwich to celebrate International Day of Peace called the McWhopper. More →

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Siri Pocket Dial Life Saver

Siri can be a life saver… literally

By on August 25, 2015 at 8:55 PM.

Siri can be a life saver… literally

Siri probably isn’t the most frequently used feature on your iPhone. It’s occasionally hard of hearing, it’s rarely more convenient than simply unlocking your phone and finding the information you need, and it can be obnoxious to attempt to use it in public. But in a moment of desperation, Apple’s digital assistant could save your life. More →

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Modafinil Narcolepsy Smart Drug

‘Reasonably safe’ new drug makes you smarter and helps with your sleep disorder

By on August 24, 2015 at 7:45 PM.

‘Reasonably safe’ new drug makes you smarter and helps with your sleep disorder

Modafinil is a drug that was designed to help you deal with your sleep disorder – specifically, with narcolepsy – but the drug is also taken by many healthy people who want to enhance their cognitive capabilities. Seen as the first smart drug that’s reasonably safe to use at least for short periods of time, the drug is widely available online to anyone looking for a focus and creativity boost. More →

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Jon Stewart Presidential Debate Petition

There’s a petition to get Jon Stewart to moderate a presidential debate

By on August 21, 2015 at 10:15 PM.

There’s a petition to get Jon Stewart to moderate a presidential debate

American politics got a lot less interesting when Jon Stewart left The Daily Show earlier this month. The comic had been on the air for over 15 years pointing out the hypocrisy of the news media and the politicians they covered, but fans still haven’t had enough of Stewart’s wry wit, which is why one petition has been gaining traction quickly. More →

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Airplane Food: Why Does It Taste So Bad

Explained: Why airplane food tastes so bad

By on August 21, 2015 at 9:50 AM.

Explained: Why airplane food tastes so bad

Air travel in recent years has become a much more enjoyable experience. Not only are electronics no longer viewed as dangerous devices to be afraid of, but it’s becoming increasingly common to encounter planes with Wi-Fi connectivity and, if you’re lucky, TVs built right into the back of every headrest.

Despite such technological gains, airplane food remains one facet of the flying experience that has seemingly failed to evolve. As it turns out, there is a viable explanation behind the blandness and general ‘meh’ experience that one traditionally associates with eating at 25,000 feet.

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