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Awesome. These old bridges will become inverted high-rise communities (complete with gorgeous views): http://f-st.co/bCPC00o
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This is a fantastic idea.  Wonderful.
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"I'm benefiting from all the people who've been to this restaurant before me. Why can't we apply this to medicine?"
Medical professionals can't possibly keep up with every new treatment for every disease. Now they can easily gain access to the collective wisdom of...
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My kids have had side effects from various medicines. Their doctor "researched" those and said they never found anything like it. I have serious doubts that those effects were reported anywhere, let alone searchable by others.
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Cows produce up to 25% of methane emissions, and methane is a particularly potent greenhouse gas. It's no joke, then, to talk about limiting emissions from cow farts.
Each cow apparently passes enough gas to power a car or a fridge. Imagine the possibilities.
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Sheeps fart but cows emit gaz mainly from the other side I think.
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A client with a penchant for fly fishing wanted a low-maintenance, compact and virtually indestructible cabin. Most of this 350-square-foot cabin was made from pre-fabricated materials, reducing waste on-site. The stilts protect the structure from occasional floods. The Most Fabulous Houses Of 2014: http://f-st.co/xutSXW0
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Wow. Brilliant, yet simple design.  Thanks for sharing.
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"If we are to assess creativity, we need to assess it as a habit of ordinary life, not merely as something one can do at extraordinary times. Behind all innovations one finds creativity, so innovations arise from a habit."
Creativity isn't a mythical creature to be caught and tamed. It's a habit, studies suggest a way of life that's built over time.
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"You don't begin a marriage by walking through a metal detector with two lawyers. Nor do I believe that you should end a marriage that way."

Attention, Gwyneth Paltrow! This divorced couple basically Consciously Uncoupled their way into a new business: http://f-st.co/sm70pwW
The startup that is trying to take the cost, hassle, and acrimony out of the uncoupling process.
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For approximately $50 a month, the Mayo Clinic is offering unlimited access to the famed hospital's nurses through a smartphone app.
For $49.95 a month, the Mayo Clinic can turn your phone into a personal health concierge.
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On-the-go drinking isn't just about breaking open container laws. Outdoorsy types who want to enjoy some red at the summit have to lug a heavy glass bottle up a mountain and then carry the damn thing back. Now they have what appears to be a pretty reasonable alternative--and its carbon footprint is 67% smaller than that of glass. http://f-st.co/ZKRs04M
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Great packaging, but Bandit wines are about half the price, you get a full liter, and they're in fully recyclable tetra packs, where Paperboy uses a plastic liner.
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Sure, famous figures like Ernest Hemingway and Charles Darwin may need no introduction now. But back when they were hustling like everyone else, perhaps they would have appreciated cards and personal stationery that was in line with their personal brands. http://f-st.co/bVzl4Zb
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I love this! Especially the tiny text "From the imagination of"
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The World's Most Artful Tattoo Designs: http://f-st.co/gDhsdJN
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Stunning, +Fast Company!  I've never seen anything like this before.
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Written for, by, and about the most progressive business leaders, Fast Company inspires readers and users to think beyond traditional boundaries, lead conversations, and create the future of business.