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Instead of staying in a hotel, rent a room from a local. Travel cheap. Discover more. Try the “temporary bed and breakfast” peer-to-peer sites, AirBed & Breakfast or Roomorama where a night’s stay can range from $45 to $100 or so. Anyone with a bed, airbed or couch can rent it out for the night. [...]
You’re strolling down a boutique-lined street. A restaurant catches your eye. You whip out your phone, scan the bar code on the window then go online to peak at reviews. It got raves so why not go in? After all, you’ll get a ring on your phone if your parking meter runs low whilst you’re [...]
Nike invites us to join a million runners around the world, “for a worldwide 10K like no other.” And they invited celebrities to join them. There’s a small catch. “You need a Nike+ SportBand or Nike+iPod and Sport Kit” to run with them. You can’t fault them. They want you to buy their products of [...]
For starters, a warped sense of humor helps. When he first came from New York, shortly after college, Paul Geffner began selling handmade leather bound journals, along with a crowd of other street vendors on the sidewalk near The Embarcadero in S.F. Even then people were drawn to
Want to see somber-looking pedestrians suddenly break out in smiles, start posing with each other – even laying on the pavement together, looking up and taking photos in a very public place? Like to see yourself literally in many different ways? Then visit Anish Kapoor’s play-inducing Cloud Gate.
We can learn more from our mistakes than our successes. That’s especially likely if a small, supportive group of peers probes to understand us better before they offer advice. In part, that’s what Learning Circles can offer. Mutual mentorship. While most are created for people to learn from each other at work (especially schools and [...]
Until The New York Times asked for his opinion about this trend, Erik Torkells did not even notice it. Yet he was a part of the trend – and it related to his area of expertise. Trend: Increasingly, people are