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Mark Horoszowski

9 Things to Do to Grow As a Leader

Mark Horoszowski | March 4, 2015 | Business
While leadership is not something that is developed overnight, it is a skill that can be developed.
Jeff Fox

Stalked By a Targeted Ad

Jeff Fox | March 4, 2015 | Technology
It was as if I had embarked on a road trip and the same blasted roadside billboard had kept appearing no matter which street I drove down. It became a visual reminder of just how widely online advertising networks stealthily monitor our every activity.
Daniel Burrus

Technology is Transforming What and How We Learn

Daniel Burrus | March 4, 2015 | Business
In today's world of technology driven transformational change, it's important to understand that: "If you received a PhD ten years ago, it only means you used to know a lot." It's not...

The 27 Best Bad Decision Bars in America

Thrillist | March 4, 2015 | Taste
Lucky you, you now have the option of making another bad decision.
Alice Bean

Particles Come From All Over

Alice Bean | March 4, 2015 | Science
The Universe's accelerators have been bombarding us with high energy particles, low energy particles and everything in between since the beginning of time. There are lots of ways we are looking at these particles with detectors on the earth and in the sky.
Alan Singer

New York Parents and Teachers Challenge Cuomo's Mis-Education Plan

Alan Singer | March 4, 2015 | Education
On March 12, New York City parents, teachers, and students plan to create a "ring around" the school building at every New York City public school before the start of the school day to press demands that Cuomo's plans be stopped. NYSAPE is planning a similar statewide protest for March 26.
Peter Schwartz

Losing: The Soul of a Writer

Peter Schwartz | March 4, 2015 | Books
Tolstoy and Proust literally. Fitzgerald could claim Francis Scott Key ancestry. Pynchon descended from Puritan William Pynchon, the founder of Springfield, Massachusetts in 1636. No losers there.
Map Happy

The Craziest Hotel Concierge Stories You'll Ever Hear

Map Happy | March 4, 2015 | Travel
Concierges in particular handle a whole lot of crazy, I think, and the stories are out there to prove that. People interact with them assuming confidentiality is a given, so much gets revealed.
40 Percent and Rising

Little Feats: Life Lessons I Learned From New Motherhood

40 Percent and Rising | March 4, 2015 | Parents
In November 2014, I gave birth to a new venture: a baby boy named James. He's pretty cute if I say so myself, and has so drastically altered my universe that it's hard to even remember what life was like before he was born.
The Daily Meal

Things You Didn't Know About Tic Tacs

The Daily Meal | March 4, 2015 | Taste
We bet that there are some things you didn't know about this humble little mint.
John Rosenthal

Safe Gun Storage Saves Lives

John Rosenthal | March 4, 2015 | Politics
A simple $5 trigger lock can save a life. Keep your gun locked and unloaded unless it's in your direct control, the cost is just too high to do otherwise.
Liz Frank

Do This When Your Child Lies About School

Liz Frank | March 4, 2015 | Parents
As he leaned in sheepishly, his steely blue eyes gleamed with a fascinating mix of fear, shame, and a dash of hope. "Please don't tell my mom." He was referring to his big confession: four overdue math assignments that piled quickly.
Elizabeth Pullman

10 Kitchen Essentials You Didn't Know You Needed in Your Apartment

Elizabeth Pullman | March 4, 2015 | HuffPost Home
You won't know you need them until it's too late, so add these kitchen supplies to your collection.
Matthew RJ Brodsky

The Day After Netanyahu's Speech

Matthew RJ Brodsky | March 4, 2015 | Politics
The Obama administration should answer the substance of the Israeli prime minister's concerns if the Jewish State is supposed to live under the ever-expanding shadow of Iran's nuclear umbrella. If the deal is so good, why is Barack Obama moving to block any role for Congress in approving this historic agreement?
Joel Drucker

Book Review: I Think You're Totally Wrong

Joel Drucker | March 4, 2015 | Books
Over the course of four days, authors David Shields and Caleb Powell engaged in a dialogue about a spectrum of topics related to art, family, sports, sex and the many life choices we all make (whether we admit it or not).
Edward Schneider

Cooking Off the Cuff: The Only Scone Recipe You -- or Anybody Else -- Will Ever Need

Edward Schneider | March 4, 2015 | Taste
Its plainness makes it a perfect base for the traditional toppings of jam, butter and spreadable cream scone.
Nile Cappello

10 Lessons Learned From Traveling Alone

Nile Cappello | March 4, 2015 | Healthy Living
Besides learning that Fiats do not in fact come standard with a spare tire, my solo travels taught me quite a few other things. Here are some of the most memorable lessons I learned over the course of my travels:
Byron Williams

Jobs or Quality Jobs?

Byron Williams | March 4, 2015 | Business
If the economic predictions offered by MarketWatch in January come to fruition, 2015 should be a good year--economically speaking. Supported by an unemployment rate that has plunged from 5.7% in January from 8.6% three years ago, MarketWatch predicted the following upbeat news: · 3% growth for the...
Mike Edison

Jon Stewart's Takeover of Professional Wrestling Must Be Stopped!

Mike Edison | March 4, 2015 | Comedy
Stewart has lived the American Dream, the son of a teacher man who made it all the way from Trenton to the best swivel chair and desk set Comedy Central can buy. And now he sees Seth Rollins as his ticket to WrestleMania, the WWE championship and wrestling immortality.
Ornish Living

Why Choosing Optimism Helps You Bounce Back

Ornish Living | March 4, 2015 | Healthy Living
Developing optimism and resiliency isn't about feigning a facsimile of terminal perkiness and blind optimism. It's quite the opposite. It's having the courage to see and meet life exactly as it is. It's all about choosing to learn how to respond to each adversity with confidence, hope and renewed vigor.