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7 Summits, 7 Seas, 7 Questions for Martin Frey
Trafficbeat Entertainment, Music Biz Vet
7 Summits, 7 Seas, 7 Questions... Mike Ragogna: Martin, you’ve climbed seven of the world’s toughest summits to mount and
How Does Google Maps' Offline Navigation Hold Up?
Offline navigation plus moving, thousand-ton targets isn't my idea of a good time. But there must be geniuses at Google, because I can vouch that I'm still alive and made it all to my destinations without incident.
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Scientists Reveal Secret To Dung Beetles' Impressive Navigation Skills
"It’s really beautiful when you get a proper behavior, especially something fun, like a beetle rolling dung balls."
Google's New Feature Will Help You Avoid Other Humans
Apprentice Navigator Guides Voyaging Canoe Hōkūleʻa to Australia
Polynesian Voyaging Society
The Polynesian Voyaging Society embarked on a 47,000-mile voya...
Over the past two weeks, Kaleo and his mentor, master navigator Bruce Blankenfeld, successfully guided the crew of Hōkūleʻa out of Polynesia and on a first-ever journey to Australia.
Creepy 'Sat Nav' Device Steers People With Tiny Jolts Of Electricity
Let Yourself Guide You to Where You Need to Be
Farsh Askari is a blogger and contributing writer to Salon, Ta...
We all have awareness and a sense of what we want in life. We already know what feels right and is the right direction for each of us toward our own happiness. So listen to your soul's GPS and seize upon your moment!
A NASA Engineer Explains How You Give Directions in Space
The best answer to any question
Navigation requires a reference frame. We need reference frames to tell us where we are with respect to other objects and we need reference frames to tell us how we are oriented with respect to other objects. There is no single universal frame that is used for all operations.
How to Enable Offline Maps in the Google Maps App
I wanted to give the tool a try to see how well it would serve as a guide when the Internet has betrayed me. To my surprise, OK Maps is remarkably easy to use. The only major downside I found was that saved maps are well, just maps: raw, downright simple maps.
My Father Was a Doolittle Tokyo Raider and a Gold Medal Dad
Writer and author
Pacific fleet. My Father was one of the airmen who became known as the Doolittle Tokyo Raiders of the 17th Bombardment Group of the Army Air Corps. 80 men volunteered for "an extremely hazardous mission," without knowing the target, location, or the assignment.
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With Eyes Wide Open: Nature's Healing Wisdom and Beauty
Joel and Michelle Levey
The Amazing Adventure I Took With My Husband
Lisa K. Friedman
Writer; Essayist; Author, 'Capital Baby,' 'Cruise to Retributi...
As a spouse, it's important to remain open-minded when it comes to the ideas and suggestions posed by your partner. And so when my husband suggested we take a sailing course called 'Cruising,' I forced my face to assume a pleasant facade until he finished the pitch.
WOW: Did Wreck Divers Find Legendary 'Sunstone?'
In-Store Navigation Is Finally Here
Technology Futurist, Keynote Speaker, Author
Gulf Coast Leaders Want BP to Clean Up Its Mess
Regional leaders at a Gulf Coast Restoration Summit said they're relieved that Congress passed the RESTORE Act in June. But they're unsure when money from RESTORE, which devotes 80 percent of BP's Clean Water Act fines for the 2010 spill to Gulf states, will be available.
New Study Solves Mystery Of Fish's Amazing Navigation Ability
Pigeon Study Unlocks Secret Of Birds' Amazing Homing Skills
Mars and Venus in the... Parking Garage?
Professor, Tufts University; Author
It's one of the perils of theorizing about sex differences: Our own expectations and intuitions get in the way. We hear about a study that reveals a significant sex gap and we immediately jump to conclusions.
Dancing On Ball Of Poop Helps Bug Find Its Way
How Blogging For HuffPost is Like College
Katherine von Jan
CEO, RadMatter and Edu-Innovator
Getting in isn't the end; it's the beginning. It's an accomplishment to get in, but that's just an invitation to be at the party. We've got to make the most of it while we're there.
Renaissance in the City: My First Trip to NYC Solo
Hayley Rose Horzepa
Writer and Rape Survivor
A week ago, I took the train into Grand Central Terminal. I've done it many times before but this was the first time I did it alone and I was a bit nervous.
Five-Way Video Chatting on Skype
Business Advisor, Author, Commentator
Skype is expanding its services. Starting May 10th, it will offer five-way video chatting. The service will be free to start, but Skype does plan to charge for it in the future.
How the Blind Navigate Cities
Editor, The Dirt
The blind are far from a monolithic group. There are those who are congenitally blind, meaning they had no eye sight at birth, and then there are those who became blind later in life.
Travel Safely With The Stars
Author, Astrologer, Astrology advisor, Greek
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