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How to Make Perfectly Clear Ice Balls

How to Make Perfectly Clear Ice Balls

Create beautiful, clear ice without expensive equipment. Using a process called "directional freezing", I'll teach you how to make perfectly clear ice balls, cubes, and sticks.

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Meet ArcaBoard

Meet ArcaBoard

ARCA Space Corporation announced today that it has created ArcaBoard. For the first time in history, every person will be able to fly whenever they want, wherever they want. ArcaBoard represents the first revolutionary breakthrough in motion since the bicycle, automobile and airplane.

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The Blueprint of a Sandwich

The Blueprint of a Sandwich

John Bates and Brandon Martinez, owners of Noble Sandwich Co in Austin, Texas, visit Tasting Table to demonstrate the finer points of sandwich making.

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The Most Amazing Hotel Rooms On Earth

The Most Amazing Hotel Rooms On Earth

If you're going to stay in a hotel room, you should probably stay in one of these. 

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Tokyo Capsule Hotel Experience

Tokyo Capsule Hotel Experience

John Daub and Masahito Kawahata head to the Shinjuku to stay in a capsule hotel in a Japanese city. It’s cheap and convenient. Would you stay here?

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René Redzepi makes the signature dish: The hen and the egg

René Redzepi makes the signature dish: The hen and the egg

René Redzepi from the World's Best Restaurant, Noma, shows you how to cook an egg.

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This Chef’s Creations Will Make You Hungry for Sustainable Seafood

This Chef’s Creations Will Make You Hungry for Sustainable Seafood

Chef Angel Leon's vast knowledge of the sea and fish has given him the nickname el chef del mar—the chef of the sea. In this short from Panthalassa, see some of Leon's innovative techniques and unique dishes from his restaurant Aponiente. Located in southern Spain, this two-Michelin starred establishment offers sustainable seafood with a creative twist.

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Linimo

Linimo

Do you know about Japan's MAGNETIC LEVITATION Train?

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It's Like a Hot Tub, Except Filled with Beer

It's Like a Hot Tub, Except Filled with Beer

Wine baths are so last year guys. The new hot alcohol soak of choice: Beer baths. 

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How Olive Oil Is Made

How Olive Oil Is Made

The process of making olive oil. The differences between the traditional and modern method are also shown - from harvesting to grinding to extracting.

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Playing Dead For a Living

Playing Dead For a Living

Who’s got the most interesting job in the acting world? The award could well go to corpse actor Ali Merhi. To cut it in his field, you not only need to look dead, but also learn to hold your breath and act without emotion. Since dying on-screen is his job, Merhi has met countless horrific ends.

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DUFFY: The Man Who Shot the Sixties

DUFFY: The Man Who Shot the Sixties

Duffy together with David Bailey and Terence Donovan is recognized as one of the innovators of "documentary" fashion photography, a style which revolutionized fashion imagery and furthermore the fashion industry. 

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What Should We Eat for Dinner?

What Should We Eat for Dinner?

Is America eating ourselves to death? The New York Times Shares a decades-long search for a perfect diet.

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3D sweets get world debut in Dubai store

3D sweets get world debut in Dubai store

A UK firm has launched the world’s first high-tech treats at the Candylicious store in Dubai Mall.

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Fungus: The Plastic of the Future, Part I

Fungus: The Plastic of the Future, Part I

Head into the R+D world surrounding the development of fungi as a viable replacement for plastic, and the people who hope it can lead to a better and more sustainable future.

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Samsung Believes Virtual Reality Can Change Fine Dining

Samsung Believes Virtual Reality Can Change Fine Dining

Samsung shows us how head-worn VR can elevate the dining experience. Instead of just seeing Tuscany on your plate, imagine looking around and seeing flowers and vineyards as far as your eyes can go. Then, with a change of plates, you can be transported to the depths of the ocean as you gorge on the best seafood the world has to offer.

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Steve McCurry on the importance of a good team

Steve McCurry on the importance of a good team

American photographer Steve McCurry is universally recognized as one of today’s finest image-makers. In this series Steve shares the lessons he's learned over the course of his remarkable career.

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Rethinking Ballet

Rethinking Ballet

Ballet originated in the Italian Renaissance courts of the 15th century. Over the past six centuries ballet has evolved to include classical, neo-classical, and contemporary styles of movement. The versatility seen in the ballet companies of today is far different from what most people perceive ballet to be.

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Yayoi Kusama, Princess of Polka Dots

Yayoi Kusama, Princess of Polka Dots

KUSAMA: Princess of Polka Dots is a feature documentary work-in-progress about the avant-garde artist Yayoi Kusama.

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Thom Browne Fall 2016 Ready-to-Wear

Thom Browne Fall 2016 Ready-to-Wear

Browne discusses his new collection.

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A vist to gin distilleries

A vist to gin distilleries

Just like craft breweries, small local distilleries are reinventing drinks that have fallen out of fashion. Monocle films visits three entrepreneurs who have uncorked the potential of the old spirit in London, Hamburg and the Finnish countryside.

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Inside the Japanese Hotel Staffed by Robots

Inside the Japanese Hotel Staffed by Robots

If there’s one place on Earth you can already get a glimpse of our robot-assisted future, it’s Japan. Routinely at the forefront of robotics research, the country has brought us some of the weirdest automatons, most lifelike androids, and cutest helper-bots.

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McQueen And I

McQueen And I

Profile of British fashion designer Alexander McQueen.

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Why the Myers-Briggs test is totally meaningless

Why the Myers-Briggs test is totally meaningless

I-N-T-P...E-N-F-J...UMMMMM...

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The Next Black - A film about the Future of Clothing

The Next Black - A film about the Future of Clothing

'The Next Black' is a documentary film that explores the future of clothing. Watch as we meet with some of the most innovative companies on the planet to get their opinion on clothing and its future, including: heroes of sustainability, Patagonia; tech-clothing giants, Studio XO; sportswear icon, adidas; and Biocouture, a consultancy exploring living organisms to grow clothing and accessories.

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Vanilla: Under the skin of the world’s best bean

Vanilla: Under the skin of the world’s best bean

L’Heure Bleue, Obsession, Opium, Shalimar… these iconic, exotic fragrances owe much of their appeal to the warm, soft and indulgent notes of vanilla. The sweet scent of the world’s favorite bean has a familiar aroma that is indulgent and luxurious.

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The Life-Saving First Responder Robot

The Life-Saving First Responder Robot

This is Hermes, a robot developed by MIT scientists. It is heralded as the world's more coordinated robot, and it is meant to function as a life-saving first responder.

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First Look: ISSEY MIYAKE's 3D Steam Stretch

First Look: ISSEY MIYAKE's 3D Steam Stretch

The future is beautiful.

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My Virgin Records story

My Virgin Records story

Watch Branson's Virgin Records story, from Mike Oldfield to The Rolling Stones, The Sex Pistols to Janet Jackson, this is the story of 40 years of Virgin Records.

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Sweden tests tiny wooden pods as the future of college dorms

Sweden tests tiny wooden pods as the future of college dorms

Every year thousands of Swedish college student are left without housing- for 2015, it’s estimated there were 20,000 “dorm-less” scholars at the start of the year. The university town of Lund in Southern Sweden has been experimenting with building dorms under the minimum size standards.

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This Kid Has A Big Vision

This Kid Has A Big Vision

Flynn McGarry wants to open the best restaurant in the world. So what if he's only 15?

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America, This Is How You REALLY Feel About Restaurants

America, This Is How You REALLY Feel About Restaurants

Ever wonder which city has the least generous tippers? Or what food trends Americans love (and hate) the most? To tackle the endlessly fascinating subject of diner behavior, we conducted a national dining trends survey, tapping into the opinions of 9,248 avid diners across the country.

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Emilie Wapnick: Why some of us don't have one true calling

Emilie Wapnick: Why some of us don't have one true calling

Emilie Wapnick describes the kind of people she calls "multipotentialites". Are you one?

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China's Elite Female Bodyguards

China's Elite Female Bodyguards

China's booming billionaire population has developed a penchant for personal bodyguards, who often serve as status symbols as well as muscle. Female guards, valued for their covert presence, precision, and elegance, are in particularly high demand at the moment. Visit Beijing's Yun Hai bodyguard training school to see how this fierce fighting force is trained.

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A 22-Course Meal, in 22 Settings

A 22-Course Meal, in 22 Settings

At the restaurant Ultraviolet in Shanghai, Chef Paul Pairet has taken the dining and turned it into theater, adding ambient music, enhancing scent and unorthodox utensils to the menu.

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Virtual reality devices could transform the tourism experience

Virtual reality devices could transform the tourism experience

Virtual reality devices, such as the Oculus Rift and the Samsung VR Headset, are poised to transform several sectors of the economy over the coming year.

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