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Compressed Air Makes For An Impressive Auto

Feb 24, 13 Compressed Air Makes For An Impressive Auto

Posted by in Automotive, Science

We are all familiar with the expression ‘the future is now.’ And with so many fantastical technical advances in the last decade, one could easily accede to the saying. But then I saw an article about a month ago and I knew the best is yet to come.

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Sexual Addiction: What Is It?

Feb 14, 13 Sexual Addiction: What Is It?

Posted by in Health

For most people who don’t suffer from a sexual addiction, the thought probably goes through their head, “Now there’s an addiction I could get into!” But the emotional, health and relationship fallout from this form of addiction is real and very detrimental.

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He’s Got Moves So Sick, Even Straight Guys Are Picking Up What He’s Putting Down

Feb 01, 13 He’s Got Moves So Sick, Even Straight Guys Are Picking Up What He’s Putting Down

Posted by in Science

Researchers have detailed how straight men will make an inference of another man’s physical qualities based on his dance moves.

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Too Big To Fail v. Too Small To Succeed

Jan 29, 13 Too Big To Fail v. Too Small To Succeed

Posted by in Lifestyle, Technology

So, I read recently about this little slice of paradise down on Mexico’s Caribbean coast. The Luna Blue Hotel, a boutique 18-room property, appears from its online presence to be so exclusive, you can only ever hope to get a room there.

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Lego At 55: And They Said It Wouldn’t Last

Jan 28, 13 Lego At 55: And They Said It Wouldn’t Last

Posted by in Lifestyle

Children, and those of us who used to be children, have reason to celebrate today. It was on this day, January 28th, way back in 1958, that Godtfred Kirk Christiansen patented the humble Lego brick.

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Fear The Monster

Jan 17, 13 Fear The Monster

Posted by in Health

Why Older Teens and Young Adults Would Be Wise To Channel Their Childhood Phobia of Monsters (and other high energy beverages)

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The Martyrdom Of Aaron Swartz

Jan 14, 13 The Martyrdom Of Aaron Swartz

Posted by in Technology

By now, you have no doubt heard of the tragic loss to the technology world this past Friday. Aaron Swartz, aged 26, took his life when he hanged himself in his New York apartment. He was under investigation by the Department of Justice for a matter not many people have fully gotten a handle on because it involves the hacking of an acronym.

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Sex Life Of Teenagers Is Subject Of Study

Jan 11, 13 Sex Life Of Teenagers Is Subject Of Study

Posted by in Health

Every so often the popular media takes hold of a topic that, in my opinion, is meant more to titillate than to inform.

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One Bad Apple

Jan 01, 13 One Bad Apple

Posted by in Technology

Blogger Alan McStravick covers what he feels is the speedy decline of the world's "once most valuable company."

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New Year’s Celebrations Ain’t So New

Dec 30, 12 New Year’s Celebrations Ain’t So New

Posted by in Science, Seasonal

We are but one day away from the night we will all, if done properly, never remember. As we wait for the ball to drop, signaling the beginning of the year 2013, perhaps this year we might take a moment to reflect on the origins of our celebration.

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