Terug naar het overzicht Winnaar van eenideeperdag vindt gat in de markt van het tuinaanleggen
Before 2013 begins, catch up on the best of 2012. From now until the New Year, we will be re-posting some of The New Republic ’s most thought-provoking pieces of the year. Enjoy.
Smart citizens in smart cities and communities co-creating future Internet-enabled services
Peter Thiel’s CS183: Startup - Class 8 Notes Essay
Folks, sometimes you need process.
There's a lot of stuff in the world: trees, cars, galaxies, benzene, the Baths of Caracalla, your pancreas, Ottawa, ennui, Walter Mondale. How does it all fit together?
Chrome/Firefox: Ever run into a video that's blocked because you aren't in a supported region?
Stad.nl is de nieuwe Nederlandse internetstad.
Q: My banker recently asked me about my key performance measures, and I didn't have a good response. What should I be measuring? A: We have all heard the adage that "you can't change what you don't measure."
Electric Clothes Physicists at Wake Forest University have developed a fabric that doubles as a spare outlet. When used to line your shirt — or even your pillowcase or office chair — it converts subtle differences in temperature across the span of the clothing (say, from your cuff to your armpit) into electricity.
When Cosmo Wenman went to the J.
Following our recent story about the partnership between New York’s The Pierre hotel and a local plastic surgeon comes word of another joint effort between players on the medical and hospitality sides. The setting this time, however, is Seoul, South Korea, where a spa within the Ritz-Carlton hotel reportedly now offers “anti-aging” packages for visitors priced between USD 440 and USD 87,680. Some 180 high-income Chinese recently spent USD 88,000 each on a tour to the luxurious Ritz-Carlton Hotel Seoul, which is home to the Possom Prestige anti-aging clinic.