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Never drink warm beer again: New Spin Chill gadget can cool canned beverages in under a minute

Never drink warm beer again: New Spin Chill gadget can cool canned beverages in under a minute | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
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This year’s Nobel Peace Prize winner was officially notified through Twitter

This year’s Nobel Peace Prize winner was officially notified through Twitter | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
This year's laureate didn't answer the phone so the Nobel people tried social media.
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Just Spend the Rest of Your Day Perusing These Biographies of Women in Early Film

Just Spend the Rest of Your Day Perusing These Biographies of Women in Early Film | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
“How could a woman know so accurately how bloody noses were made?”
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THIS Is How You Become Happier

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iPhones and other gadgets can be useful, but they don't make us happy -- but people and human relationships do, at least according to a new Swedish study.
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'Bionic man' walks, breathes with artificial parts - NBC News.com

'Bionic man' walks, breathes with artificial parts - NBC News.com | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Gentlemen, we can rebuild him, after all. We have the technology. The term "bionic man" was the stuff of science fiction in the 1970s,...
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Only 13 percent of people worldwide actually like going to work

Only 13 percent of people worldwide actually like going to work | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
New data from Gallup reveal how disengaged workers are in different regions.

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Should you call in sick or go to work? Depends on where you live: study

Should you call in sick or go to work? Depends on where you live: study | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
If you have a full-fledged illness, a family emergency, or just need a day under the duvet, whether or not you call in sick or schlep into the office largely depends on the country you inhabit, a new Canadian study finds.

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Your body is the next frontier in cybercrime

Your body is the next frontier in cybercrime | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
If you think it’s enough of a chore trying to stop thieves stealing your credit card details and hacking your Facebook, imagine trying to stop them getting into your pancreas. Advances in healthcar...
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A New Treatment for Addiction and PTSD?: Treating Addiction and PTSD with a New Memory-Erasing Technique – MJ Approved

A New Treatment for Addiction and PTSD?: Treating Addiction and PTSD with a New Memory-Erasing Technique – MJ Approved | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Find advice about this and other essentials at MensJournal.com.
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How Oral Hygiene Affects the Rest of You

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Brushing your teeth, flossing and visiting the dentist keep your teeth and gums healthy, but maintaining good oral hygiene is also important for your overall health, researcher suggests.
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Getting too much sleep may also increase risk of health problems: study

Getting too much sleep may also increase risk of health problems: study | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
You've likely heard that not getting enough sleep can be detrimental to your health, but that doesn't mean sleeping for too long is good for you either.

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Not enough, too much...you just can't win for losing. :)

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Fake online reviews get reality check

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Fake online products reviews have been around for years, fueled by unscrupulous marketers seeking to boost sales
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Here's How You'll Talk Differently On Facebook As You Get Older - Business insider

Here's How You'll Talk Differently On Facebook As You Get Older - Business insider | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Stephen Wolfram BlogWolfram Alpha, the geekiest site on the net, has maintained a service where you can share your Facebook data with them and they'll spit
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LOOK: Where In The World You're Most Likely To Hate Your Job

LOOK: Where In The World You're Most Likely To Hate Your Job | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
A full 18 percent of U.S. workers spend their days being actively negative or hostile toward their coworkers, which is nothing compared to parts of the Middle East and North Africa where more than half of workers report they are actively...
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Behavioral economics show that women tend to make better investments than men

Behavioral economics show that women tend to make better investments than men | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Behavioral economics show that men tend to take more financial risks and hold losing stocks longer.
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Postman refuses to deliver letter because of a 'massive' spider web blocking path to front door... made by arachnid no bigger than a 10p piece

Postman refuses to deliver letter because of a 'massive' spider web blocking path to front door... made by arachnid no bigger than a 10p piece | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Stuart Robertson-Reed, 42, left, found a note, bottom right, at his Clapham, South London, home which read: 'No access - massive spider web in front gate'.
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Smartphone Evolution: A Trip Down Memory Lane - Concur Blog

Smartphone Evolution: A Trip Down Memory Lane - Concur Blog | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Remember the days before the smartphone? This blog is a trip down memory lane, and an abridged history of smartphone evolution.
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A Robot Train That Lets You Write Music With Magic Markers

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The creator of the Looks Like Music project was inspired by his own dyslexia to come up with a more intuitive way of reading and writing music.
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Online symptom searches may make worriers feel worse: study

Online symptom searches may make worriers feel worse: study | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
If you can't handle the uncertainty, step away from WebMD. Anxious people who fear the unknown and scour the Web for medical conditions might be worrying themselves sick, according to a new study out of Baylor University.

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Why did I buy this again? Almost half of shoppers can't remember why they made a purchase by the time they get home

Why did I buy this again? Almost half of shoppers can't remember why they made a purchase by the time they get home | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
The research, released by Oxygen Media ahead of its new series My Shopping Addiction, found that 68 per cent of shoppers are often swayed by cut-prices.

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Age of Internet Empires: One Map With Each Country's Favorite Website

Age of Internet Empires: One Map With Each Country's Favorite Website | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Facebook, Google, and—a newspaper?
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Amid the quest for self-cleaning windows, MIT scientists found a brand new source of green energy

Amid the quest for self-cleaning windows, MIT scientists found a brand new source of green energy | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
In the future, if you need to charge your iPhone, you might just be able to snatch some energy from the air. Or more specifically, the carbon-free electricity that is generated when charged water droplets repel each other, say scientists at the...
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3D-printed toothbrush ‘perfectly’ cleans your teeth in just six seconds | ExtremeTech

3D-printed toothbrush ‘perfectly’ cleans your teeth in just six seconds | ExtremeTech | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it

No, it isn’t the misshapen genitalia of the eponymous creature from the Alien movies: It’s a 3D-printed toothbrush that promises to give you “perfectly clean teeth” in just six seconds, with optimum plaque removal and protection of gums.Called the...


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Why We Cry on Planes

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Alone among strangers with little to do, a moment of calm amid the stress of travel
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Narrative of the body, with a nasty twist

Many modern chronic diseases result from mismatches between how our bodies evolved to be used and how we use them today, Harvard evolutionary biologist Daniel Lieberman writes in a new book.
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