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Innovative live-work hybrid hotel is ‘home’ & incubator for global nomads (Video)

Nomadic professionals get to work, socialize and feel at home in this rehabilitated office building in Amsterdam. […]

McMansion Hell update: Electronic Frontier Foundation to the rescue

The non-profit defender of civil liberties online responds to Zillow’s unfounded legal claims […]

I’ll take my cookbooks over an Internet full of recipes

It’s amazing to think how many recipes are online, but I’d prefer to stick with my old-fashioned cookbooks and recipe cards. […]

World’s largest floating solar farm, now online in China

The 40 MW installation eases pressure on land, saves water, and makes more efficient electricity too. […]

Apple’s floating solar island brings renewable energy to Japan

The project is coming to Japan as part of Apple’s supplier clean energy program. […]

Blackman’s Coffin – Mark de Castrique

Blackman’s Coffin A Sam Blackman Mystery Mark de Castrique Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers Publish Date: January 31, 2010 Publisher: Poisoned Pen Press Seller: INscribe Digital What’s really hidden beneath Asheville’s rich history? Sam Blackman is an angry man. A Chief Warrant Officer in the Criminal Investigation Detachment of the U.S. military, he lost a leg in Iraq. His outspoken criticism of his medical treatment resulted in his transfer to the Veteran’s Hospital in Asheville, NC. Then an ex-marine and fellow amputee named Tikima Robertson walks into his hospital room. Tikima hints that she has an opportunity for Sam to use his investigative skills—if he can stop feeling sorry for himself. But before she can return, Tikima is murdered, her body found floating in the river. Tikima’s sister, Nakayla, brings Sam a journal she finds in Tikima’s apartment. The volume dates to 1919 and contains the entries of a twelve-year-old boy who accompanies his father, a white funeral director, as they help a black man, Elijah Robertson, transport his deceased relative to a small family plot in Georgia. Nearly ninety years ago, Elijah’s body was found in the French Broad River, a crime foreshadowing the death of his great-great granddaughter—Tikima’s. Sam and Nakayla must delve into Asheville’s rich history, the legacy of the Vanderbilts at the Biltmore estate and of author Tom Wolfe, to uncover the murderous truth. Blackman’s Coffin starts a new series by Mark de Castrique, author of the critically-acclaimed Buryin’ Barry Mysteries. […]

22-year-old lives dream life for Nat Geo WILD (photos)

Young photographer Bertie Gregory’s love of nature and contagious enthusiasm make him the perfect host for Nat Geo’s foray into the wilds of Vancouver Island. […]