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Watch a Half-Scale Cybertruck Beat a Ford F-150 in a Tug of War

By Jason Freely / a few hours ago

In just over a month, the YouTubers behind the account “The Hacksmith” have built a half-scale Cybertruck so powerful that it can win against a full-sized Ford F-150 pickup truck in a tug of war. In a video uploaded today, the team of crafty Canadian engineers showed off what their adorable take on Tesla’s brutalist stainless […]

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Moving From a Big City to a Small Town

By Jason Freely / a few hours ago

Alex and I have lived in New York for two decades, but we still daydream about moving to a small town. I’m always fascinated by how different daily life might be and what we’d miss and what we’d love. So! I spoke to nine women who moved from big cities to smaller places, and here’s […]

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Tips To Be More Cautious In Life

By Jason Freely / yesterday

Being cautious in life isn’t a bad thing, in fact, it’s good to have your wits about you and to be careful with everything. That way, you hopefully reduce the number of bad experiences you have in your life because you were wary. Here are some tips to be more cautious in life. Don’t Put […]

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How to Generate Leads With LinkedIn Sales Navigator

By Jason Freely / a day ago

If you’ve been wanted to up your game on LinkedIn, Here’s a review of LinkedIn Sales Navigator along with a simple how-to guide on getting the most out of this untapped lead generating resource for sales organization that is looking to reach managers and middle managers. LinkedIn has changed the game for salespeople and marketers […]

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Astronomers Conclude Massive Exoplanet Could Host Life

By Jason Freely / a day ago

A team of astronomers from the University of Cambridge determined that an exoplanet called K2-18b is capable of holding liquid water at habitable conditions. The massive planet just 124 light-years away — still in our backyard on a cosmic level — is 2.6 times the radius of Earth and orbits its star within the “habitable […]

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How to Adopt Intuitive Eating for the Whole Family

By Jason Freely / a day ago

Photo Courtesy of Jennifer Anderson I’ve been practicing intuitive eating for the past year and it’s completely changed the way I listen to my body. I’ve been looking for ways to help my kids eat from a more intuitive place—to better advocate for when they’re full and what they like—and to help them enjoy mealtime […]

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Five-Ingredient Dinner: Weeknight Niçoise

By Jason Freely / a day ago

We are almost in March which means after a winter of limp, flavorless lettuces, we are heading into greens season. Hallelujah! What better way to celebrate than with this super easy niçoise salad, the latest in our five-ingredient dinner series… …and submitted by Cup of Jo reader Carolyn. “It’s a total gem!” she says. “My husband […]

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These Are the Pentagon’s New Ethics “Principles” for AI in Warfare

By Jason Freely / a couple of days ago

“Ethical Use” On Monday, the Pentagon announced the official adoption of a series of new principles for ethical use of artificial intelligence in warfare, the Associated Press reports. The principles were formed out of a commission with the (darkly Newspeak-y) name the Defense Innovation Board, which released its recommendations (title: “AI Principles: Recommendations on the Ethical Use […]

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How High is High: How Cannabis Work and Its Uses

By Jason Freely / a couple of days ago

Cannabis, more famously known as marijuana, is a psychoactive drug obtained from the Cannabis plant. This drug is highly controversial, as it is illegal or decriminalized, for recreational use, in most countries around the world. However, recently it has been gaining traction by becoming legal for medical use in several countries or states. Furthermore, in […]

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15 Small Decor Changes That Will Make a Big Impact

By Jason Freely / a couple of days ago

Photo by Camylla Battani on Unsplash Editor’s Note: Meet Zoe, one of our team members here at W&D. When she’s not working with us at the studio, she’s an interior design student, learning about the ins and outs of what makes a home shine. She’ll be lending her very trusted design input to the blog and we’re very […]

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