Column: Forget the tie: These Father's Day gift ideas are better
If you'd like to be your father's favorite child, like the Discount Diva is, just follow her instructions.
How a Broken Turbo Gave this Nissan 1000+ Horsepower and Nearly Set a Speed Record
The driver, Mark Blundell, tells the story of the R90CK's fortuitous malfunction at Le Mans in 1990.
How to Save Money When Buying Replacement Tires
In Consumer Reports' exclusive survey, buyers share the cost per tire by car type and brand, and reveal the free perks they got when buying replacement tires.
How The New York Times, Vox and other publishers adopt a product approach to news
When it comes to media today, publishers have realized that the content they produce is only as compelling as the products that surround it.
Here’s a kids’ podcast that tells native stories with native voices
The eight-part podcast is a prequel to a PBS Kids animated series coming this summer.
Why Web Design is Dead
High quality templates, mature design patterns, automation, AI, and mobile technology are signaling the end of web design as we know it Article No :1448 | June 8, 2015 | by Sergio Nouvel Web design is (finally!) dying of irrelevance. Web pages themselves are no longer the center of the Internet experience, which is why designers need to move on to the next challenges—products and ecosystems—if they want to stay relevant. Web design has no future—a risky statement I know, but this article explains why it has no future and what we, as designers, can do about it. As a discipline, web design has already exhausted its possibilities, an emerging combination of tech and cultural trends highlight the need for a broader approach. Let’s start with the symptoms of this inminent death. Symptom…
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Landscape Design: Seven Tips for Beginners
Whether your yard needs new plantings or a complete refresh, here are seven, must-know landscape design tips for the perfect garden.
Why did Cardinals hack Astros? Source hints at possible reason
A source hints that the chance to embarrass Houston general manager Jeff Luhnow may have been the reason behind the Cardinals' hacking of the Astros' internal database.