Hacking the System is a primer to lifehacking

Brian Brushwood

Those with an affinity for preparedness and survivalism usually start their foray into the topics with a brief moment of panic. It’s overwhelming to realize the insecurity of your home, your family, your belongings and your life. And a quick Google search yields an absurd amount of great information, but it’s hard to wade through…

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Betabrand makes gear for the unconventional

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If you’ve ever wanted to dress like an astronaut without venturing out of the atmosphere (I’m still recovering from seeing Gravity), well, now you can. Clothing company Betabrand seeks to crowdfund and crowdsource clothing design, and to make some inventive wearables along the way. Among these is the Space Jacket, which resembles a NASA astronaut’s…

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Weekly Inspiration No. 10

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Visions of the future come in many different ways. Some see the future earth as a ravaged, apocalyptic wasteland. Others envision a clean and shiny urban landscape. And some see potential for both–a realistic approach that acknowledges earth’s depleting resources, but using that as the inspiration for innovation that can still make for a bright…

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Weekly Inspiration No. 7

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We’re all about learning new things. If you ask us, the best learning happens out in the world–and some of it, in this day and age, happens on the internet. Regardless of whether or not you’re currently working toward a degree, taking some classes on topics you’re interested in can be fun and beneficial to…

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