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Doug’s athletic endeavors are just as valid as yours. Plus, try a new sport.
Doug pigs out on pork (and shares some great photos).
Doug’s trip to St. Louis gets him thinking about empathy and community.
Prince took the stage at Paisley Park last weekend, and in this day and age of ubiquitous cameras, it’s an amazing feat that the Purple One managed to keep photos from flooding social media.
Software developers are increasingly turning their considerable powers toward making abstract computer code interact with the real world.
With these digital tools, you can keep and recall far more than you could with paper — the semi-interesting, not just the super-interesting.
Here’s a resolution for 2014 you can actually keep: Know yourself, if not by quality than at least by quantity. And of course there are devices and apps to help you out.
As if there wasn’t already enough to read on the Internet, now we get the onslaught of year-end articles. Lists, lists and more lists!
Brands desperate for ideas to fill their social media editorial calendars jump on every holiday imaginable. Sometimes to horrible effect.
A pony works up the courage to try one of the new car-sharing services sprouting up in Minneapolis. Car2Go is yet another example of the disruptive services and technologies shaking up the way we live.