The New York Project: a Blissful Timelapse Through the Bustling City and its Varied Architecture [VIDEO]

New York City is the most populous city in the United States, making it one of the busiest and most crowded places to be. But Kazakhstani photographer Pavel Tenyakov created a brilliant timelapse of the city that somehow turns busy footage from around the Big Apple into pleasant and blissful scenes. Tenyakov highlights New York City’s impressive architecture, from the crisp skyscrapers to the rugged churches. He shows murals and the bustling Chinatown and so much more. Watch the video and take what is sure to be one of the most peaceful tours of New York City that you’ll ever experience.

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The New York Project: a Blissful Timelapse Through the Bustling City and its Varied Architecture [VIDEO].

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The 10 Coolest Places To Visit In 2015


The world is enormous. And getting bigger. Every serious traveler I know says their wish list grows longer, not shorter, every time they visit a new corner of the world.

So how to prioritize? What’s newly safe or newly uncovered? What’s right at that sweet spot between sleepy backwater and developed destination? What are new takes on places we thought we knew? What must we see right now, before it changes forever?

I put those questions to Owen Gaddis, a luxury travel manager at the super-high-end experiential travel-planning company Absolute Travel. He knows what he’s talking about, having adventured through glaciers in Chamonix, deserts in Oman, rain forests in Nicaragua and rugged coastal areas in Western Africa—and retained a soft spot for nice linens, plush robes and a great bottle of burgundy. Like all the planners at Absolute, Gaddis has extensive global connections, firsthand knowledge of destinations he books, and a mandate to learn just as much about his clients’ interests and customize trips accordingly.

Here’s his hot list for next year

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Apple’s $100 Billion Waste: Tim Cook’s Single Biggest Mistake As CEO

I am a big fan of both Apple and Tim Cook. I have been for a while.  I said Cook would do a great job as CEO 6 months before Steve Jobs died and defended his record 2 years ago when people were saying he wasn’t “innovative” enough.

However, I do have a big problem with one choice Cook has made over his tenure as CEO of Apple. It’s not the lack of a bigger screen iPhone sooner or his original choice of head of Apple Retail before Angela Ahrendts. It’s his decision to spend $100 billion and counting of Apple cash on a capital return program.

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Apple’s $100 Billion Waste: Tim Cook’s Single Biggest Mistake As CEO.

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Can One Dose Of Antidepressant Lead To Changes In Your Brain?

It is estimated that up to 1 in 10 adults suffer with depression. Medications for treating depression can be effective, yet certain medications which are taken for depression such as SSRIs, (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors) may take up to a month or longer before patients begin to experience relief of symptoms. Still, some patients may not respond to such medications, making treatment problematic and frustrating.

Now, new research into how medications such as SSRIs actually work in the brain may offer new potential to help physicians and other medical providers select the most effective therapy.

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Can One Dose Of Antidepressant Lead To Changes In Your Brain?.

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