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24
May
2019

If you're still deciding where to take your summer vacation, 2019 brings major anniversaries, new flight routes, buzzy museum openings and more. In no particular order, check out our picks for where to travel this summer: 1. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia The Salar de Uyuni, or Uyuni Salt Flat, is a vast expanse near the Bolivian Andes that resembles ice. The surreal landscape is actually leftover salt from ancient lakes. Flooding from today's nearby ... MORE

24
May
2019

In a world awash with plastic trash, the complexity and cost of recycling plastic on an industrial scale remain a challenge, but one innovative enterprise wants to put the power to recycle in the hands of communities. Precious Plastic has developed a scalable DIY recycling model that re-conceives plastic waste as a precious resource. Founded by Dutch inventor Dave Hakkens, Precious Plastic offers an open-source template for constructing ... MORE

24
May
2019

Getting on the path to financial freedom doesn't have to involve taking an all-or-nothing risk. Want to make money online? Want to rake in millions almost effortlessly? Sure, most silver-tongued marketers might lead you to believe that the good life is just a few keystrokes away. They tell you that your path to online riches is just around the corner using this newly discovered, untapped secret. The best part? They're only sharing it with you as ... MORE

23
May
2019

New study suggests streaming music leads to at least 200 to 350 million kilograms of greenhouse gas emissions Around 2013, University of Oslo professor Kyle Devine was reading a lot about junk. He’dgrown fascinated with a subset of media studies that grappled with the growing problem of e-waste — old cellphones, computers, printers, etc. — and wondered if the problem was also plaguing ostensibly intangible things like music. “There’s ... MORE

23
May
2019

After months of dismal surface freight demand, for-hire truck tonnage surged in April, climbing 7.4 percent from March and rising 7.7 percent year over year, the American Trucking Associations (ATA) announced Tuesday. But was the freight business really that good? “I do not think the fundamentals underlying truck tonnage are as strong as April’s figure would indicate,” the ATA’s own chief economist, Bob Costello, said in a statement. The ... MORE