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Artificial Intelligence: A Marketing Tool Your Small Business Can No Longer Ignore

Yes, there are always shiny new digital marketing trends evolving in the current high-tech space. Some work, some fizzle. However, some strategies are making huge impacts in accelerating the growth of businesses; changing the digital marketing landscape forever. One such trend is AI or Artificial Intelligence, and it’s not just for big corporations to utilize. It’s time to embrace the long-term financial, marketing, and cost-effective benefits AI can produce for your small business. Here’s how.

8 Gorgeous Glamping Retreats to Nourish Your Spirit

There’s undeniably something magical about sleeping in the great outdoors, cooking your own food, counting the stars, and getting up with the sun. All the wonders of camping don’t have to come with a cold, hard floor and squatting in the bushes though. We’ve gathered some glamping gems where travelers can enjoy the great outdoors without compromising on comfort, ambiance, or style. Sample some of the most experiential sites with these eight wonderful retreats offering everything from luxe, exper

8 Badass Female Entrepreneurs to Follow on Instagram This Summer

Epic travel stories, life-changing lessons, and history-making movements are being shared through the lens of some stellar photographers, adrenaline junkies, environmentalists, activists, and writers on Instagram. We’ve put together a list of must-follow accounts of women living in the outdoors and making a statement whether it’s about environmental impact or a liberated way to live.  Each feed features its own unique point of view, captivating photography, and authentic storytelling that propel

Mesmerizing Watches Turn Time Into Works of Art

Drawing inspiration from the Kinetic Art movement of the 1950’s combined with a deep frustration of the “generic minimalism” saturating the current watch market, Singapore-based design studio Humism launched their first line of watches transforming time into spellbinding art. Powered by the wearer’s own movement and crafted from materials like stainless steel and sapphire crystal glass, each timepiece is unique in its kinetic abstract design. From inception – to hundreds of design drafts – to a

“Melting Memories” Exhibit Takes Viewers on Hypnotic Journey

Many of us have wondered what it would be like to traverse through your past, revisiting tender moments, finding closure in others, and tiptoeing past those that are more unpleasant. By tapping into the unchartered waters of combining art, technology, and neurological data, Turkish director, designer, and media artist Refik Anadol may have discovered how to enter this realm and see what memories are made of. At a recent gallery showing at the Pilevneli Gallery in Istanbul, Anadol revealed a seri

Climb-On Maps changes the climbing game by getting you there faster and safer

Finding climbing routes can be a frustrating process for even the most seasoned of climbers — be it dealing with dangerous walk-offs or fumbling with large guidebooks. After years of not only experiencing this but also hearing from their peers, married couple and avid climbers Rick Momsen and Stefani Dawn decided to create Climb-On Maps. Their idea was to have it pick up where guidebooks and sites like Mountain Project leave off, offering users clear route types, grades, and count per crag. In

Thread Caravan Preserves Cultures Through Artisan Adventures

World traveler, lover of all things creative, and Georgia native, Caitlin Ahern saw a need to connect newfound artists with communities who’ve been perfecting their craft for generations; and so she took action. By bringing these groups together, Ahern hoped to not only offer educational, environmental, and creative opportunities but also to preserve the cultures of the world during this time of rapid globalization. At the intersection of Ahern’s multipurpose mission, Thread Caravan was born. T

Protecting the Sacred: Painter Sheila Dunn’s Resistance + Conservation Art Series

Growing up in Fort Collins, Colorado, artist Sheila Dunn spent most of her childhood playing, dancing, and creating in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Now a resident of Bend, Oregon and best known for her vibrant, geometric figure paintings, Dunn’s passion for the outdoors and wild spaces continue and is most reflective in her latest “Resistance” and “Conservation” art series. Inspired by a deep frustration with the sweeping changes in environmental and human rights policies after the 2016

Fighting fear and frostbite, Chris Burkard surfed Iceland and captured it all

With equal parts excitement and exhaustion, famous surf, lifestyle, and adventure photographer Chris Burkard took time out of his insane promotional tour to speak with Digital Trends about his new surfing film, “Under An Arctic Sky.” The 40-minute film — directed by Burkard and produced by Sweat Pants Media — follows four surfers on their journey to Iceland’s brutal north coast. The reason for the trip? To comb remote regions of Iceland for surf. To the crew’s dismay, however, the area also expe

Ted Hesser shot the most iconic eclipse photo of the century. Here’s how

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, on August 21, 2017, millions of Americans witnessed the first total solar eclipse, or “The Great American Eclipse,” since 1918. During and after the celestial event, social media exploded with photos documenting the eclipse. But one photograph shot at Oregon’s Smith Rock State Park went viral, amassing more than 61,000 likes via Instagram and another 78,000 on Facebook — it quickly became the most iconic capture of 2017’s total solar eclipse. The ethereal

Women on the Road podcast delves into the beauty (and realities) of alternative living

With no passport required, a new bi-weekly podcast series called Women On The Road (an extension of the She Explores interview project created by Gale Straub) take listeners on exclusive adventures across the U.S. featuring candid, compelling, and vulnerable conversations with female travelers in different stages of life on the road. Amplifying voices like Morgan Brown who (after the tragic death of her mom) travels with a collapsible phone booth in her 1970 VW van for people to use to share sto

These Illustrations Are Making Waves in the Latinx Community

Meet Yocelyn Riojas, the illustrator, social activist, and Latinx artist behind the powerful resistance art highlighting recent Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) and Temporary Protected Status (TPS) immigration issues facing millions across the nation. From the Texas Capitol to the most recent Women’s March in Washington DC, Riojas’ impactful illustrations have gone viral during some of the largest protests and political movements in U.S. history. Widely recognized for her poster “My

Outdoor Article Featured in Native Women's Wilderness

"Though it’s natural to look the other way and think there’s never been a problem with diversity in the outdoors, history shows there is, in fact, a large adventure gap. Additionally, the outdoor industry consistently portrays itself with photos, commercials, and content of mostly white men, on rad adventures, using the most expensive gear in the most remote locations. What this does is create an even larger chasm. According to Outside magazine, “People of color are very underrepresented in mai

Amazon Now Revolutionizing Tiny Home Industry

Welcome to the new tiny home buyer and seller, compliments of Amazon. The e-commerce giant is officially in the real estate market and customers can have their very own new tiny home delivered to their door under two weeks, and of course - with free shipping. Amazon now ships tiny home kits you assemble, each with different features, functions, and specs. Whether or not these tiny home kits truly corner the "tiny real estate" market remains to be seen, but the manufacturers behind these houses have found a new space with Amazon and from a marketing strategy perspective, it’s kind of genius. Read more at link above.

‘Pollution Pods’ Art Installation Simulates Smog Cocktails Found In Five Global Cities

This year marks the 46thAnniversary of Earth Day and what better way to educate the public on issues facing our planet is London’s Somerset House art installation showcasing “Pollution Pods” created by famous British artist Michael Pinsky. Each unique pod simulates different levels of air pollution found in five different locations: London, New Delhi, Sao Paolo, Beijing and Trondheim, Norway – allowing the public to experience the air quality of these five cities all under one roof. Testing whe

How Instagram’s being used to make the outdoors more inclusive and diverse

This is Ambreen Tariq, founder of the Instagram account Brown People Camping. As a South Asian immigrant, a person of color, and a Muslim woman, Tariq wanted to create something capable of utilizing personal narratives and storytelling to promote diversity in outdoor communities. With the creation of BPC, she’s able to authentically discuss how her identities shape her outdoor experiences. By sharing her own personal stories via the account, she hopes it inspires others to step outside their co

First 3D Printed Home Could Solve World’s Housing Crisis

1.2 billion people in the world live without life’s most basic human need–shelter. However, at the recent 2018 SXSW festival and conference, the unveiling of the first permitted 3D printed home in America could make global homelessness a thing of the past. New Story, a non-profit that builds houses for people in developing nations, and Icon, a construction technologies start-up company in Austin, Texas, came together at the famous Austin festival to demonstrate that it’s possible to build a low
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