Where New Yorkers Moved to Escape Coronavirus Top 50 metropolitan destinations outside New York City Miami- 14 natural items for your alternative first aid kit Cloves. Photo by Elenadan Find out which multitasking natural remedies merit a spot in your backpack. IF YOU’VE COME TO trust in herbal and alternative medicine at home, it can be a hard decision to go back to Pepto-Bismol and Dayquil when you’re getting ready to go abroad. With these 14 items it’s easy to keep up that alternative health kick you’ve been on, even when you’re 5000 miles from home. 1.
La 27e Région La 27e Région came into being as the result of a spontaneous initiative on the part of an elected regional official, a dissident consultant and a philosopher of the digital world, all eager to re-examine how public policies are designed and implemented, particularly at regional government level. Their initiative resulted in an alliance with the Association of French Regions (ARF) in 2008, which subsequently grew to encompass other levels of public authorities, including at national level. Since its inception, the goal of La 27e Région is to play the role of “public transformation lab”.
25 Spectacular Movies You (Probably) Haven't Seen Pt. 2 Human Traffic Very unique comedy about the drug/club culture in the UK. Five friends ponder society, drug use and their own lives as they go about their usual weekend of snorting, smoking, popping, dancing and sex. The Matador How to Read a Compass Navigation by way of compass may seem daunting at first to a beginner, but this trepidation shouldn’t stand in the way of learning to use one. In fact, once you learn how to read a compass, it will be a valued friend in the back-country — one you can always count on to help guide your steps. This guide is meant to be a general overview of the basics of learning how to read a compass, with or without a map. There are only a few key things to keep in mind, and once you have grasped these fundamentals, the realm of compass navigation will be open to you forever.
INSTO Observatories advancing tourism impact monitoring at destination level Madrid, Spain, 23 October 2019 – The World Tourism Organization’s (UNWTO) International Network of Sustainable Tourism Observatories (INSTO) welcomed more than 100 experts to its global annual meeting in Madrid, gathering observatories from all around the world as well as other stakeholders from the public, private and academic field to discuss the latest experiences in monitoring tourism impacts at destination level through the application of traditional and non-traditional data sources. For the fourth time, UNWTO hosted the global INSTO meeting at its headquarters, offering the participants a diverse programme including the traditional mentoring breakfast for new and interested destinations, keynotes on different topics such as Location Intelligence, Composite Indexes, Resource Management and Dynamic Flow Analytics. Useful links: Outcomes of the event as well as videos of all presentations will be available at: Category tags
Practical Survivor PracticalSurvivor.com by Robert Munilla is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.Based on a work at www.practicalsurvivor.com Navigation Home Hand Drill Fire Starting Design Friction - We deconstruct realities to build new perspectives. Design Friction is a design studio exploring current and emerging issues related to social, cultural and technological changes experienced by our societies. Through speculative scenarios setting up imaginary spaces, objects and services, Design Friction approach provides a starting point for discussion on our expectations for the evolution of organisations. Projects from the studio are designed to be open and participatory, in order to address complex controversies to public who are not aware of it. By embedding questions in fictional products, we aim at helping to foster critical thinking on trends that will shape our futures. The provocative and reflexive scenarios as well as the related debates with stakeholders are decision-making tools to face uncertainty and complexity.
The Internet Is Making You Smarter, Really In his new book, “Smarter Than You Think,” journalist Clive Thompson argues that the digital revolution – from search engine sophistication to status update proliferation – is actually dovetailing with how the human brain naturally works to make us better thinkers. Thompson is no latter day Cassandra (or, for that matter, Nicholas Carr), warning that new technology will rob us of our capacity to concentrate, create or text in complete sentences. A technology reporter for Wired and The New York Times Magazine, he is an enthusiastic and optimistic cheerleader for new technology. Thompson recently spoke with Digiday about how new technology is changing the way we think, learn and remember – and why that’s a good thing for brands and people alike.
Navigating Without a Compass - Part 3 - Brian's Backpacking Blog This is the third post in my three-part series on navigating without a compass. In part one I described how you can use easily identifiable constellations to locate the north star, Polaris. In part two I showed how you can use an analog watch and the sun to quickly determine North and South. In this third part I will explain how to use the Shadow Stick Tip method to get a reasonably accurate reading of compass direction. The sun always rises in the east and sets in the west, but not exactly due east or due west.