1. New hostel opens in the most radioactive place on the planet

  2. A new hostel has opened in the heart of the Chernobyl exclusion zone, one of the most radioactive places on the planet.
    The Ukrainian government is behind the accommodation, set in a former Soviet dormitory just nine miles from the site of the nuclear disaster that decimated the area in 1986.
  3. Boeing Is Working On Self-Flying Plane Technology, And Our Hands Are Already Sweaty

  4. The Boeing Company is looking ahead to a brave new world where jetliners fly without pilots and aims to test some of the technology next year, the world’s biggest plane maker said in a briefing ahead of the Paris Airshow. The idea may seem far-fetched, but with self-flying drones available for less than $1,000, “the basic building blocks of the technology clearly are available,” said Mike Sinnett, Boeing’s vice president of product development.
  5. How to Ease Travel Anxiety in an Era of Terror: Travel More

  6. Every time my anxiety about travel seems to have subsided, new horrific and deadly terrorist attacks in Britain, like the one at London Bridge on Saturday, close to where my wife and I once lived, and the bombing just days before at the Manchester Arena, have brought my worries back to the fore, especially since we’re off to London in a couple of weeks.
    But while I can’t seem to outrun the creep of travel anxiety, I remain committed to traveling, and this, I’ve found, is the best tonic.
  7. How to get a job that will let you work from anywhere

  8. Yes, you can actually ditch your daily commute. A good work-from-home job used to be like finding a needle in a haystack, but, as The New York Times reported, a Gallup poll earlier this year found 43 percent of employed Americans said they spent at least some time working remotely in 2016. If you’ve ever wanted to be a person who could avoid the rush hour and work from your couch, or maybe even the beach, companies have never been more friendly for remote employees.

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