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A Motorcyclist's Dream: Google Glass in Helmet Form

A Motorcyclist's Dream: Google Glass in Helmet Form | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
A Russian company looks to bring built-in navigation and augmented reality to motorbike helmets. Think Google Glass in helmet form.
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Is this the end of the 'manly man'? How more men are wearing make-up as they feel increasing pressure to 'beautify' themselves

Is this the end of the 'manly man'? How more men are wearing make-up as they feel increasing pressure to 'beautify' themselves | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
According to a new survey of 1,000 men in the U.S. and UK, 54per cent of men regularly use skincare products like moisturizer and eye cream.

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Paris plans to fix bad business manners with manual on tourist etiquette

Paris plans to fix bad business manners with manual on tourist etiquette | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
The booklet is available online in French and is in a basic look at the differences in habits and schedules of tourists from around the world from what time they eat to whether they travel in groups or pairs.
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Talk to the hand: The £1,000 mobile phone gloves that turn your hand into a HANDSET

The 'Talk to the Hand' gloves come with a speaker unit embedded in the thumb and a microphone in the little finger. They are worth £1,000 a pair and are made from recycled parts fitted to vintage Miu Miu gloves.
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Online news readers are more likely to click on stories about the weather and celebrities than what our politicians are up to

Online news readers are more likely to click on stories about the weather and celebrities than what our politicians are up to | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
According to research by the University of Bristol, while we love to find out about the latest exploits of our favourite celebrities, it seems that we are not so enthusiastic when it comes to reading about politics or the economy.
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honey

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Honey might be the most miraculous food, and also the most poetic. It’s certainly one of the oldest. Bees fossilized in Baltic amber date fr…
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Old Toothbrushes, Yogurt Cups and Cell Phones Become Activewear - Earth911.com

Old Toothbrushes, Yogurt Cups and Cell Phones Become Activewear - Earth911.com | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Kenai Sports partners with landfills across the country to turn all sorts of plastic waste into high-performance gear.
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How to avoid those dinner party squabbles: Sit your guests around a circular table and NOT a square one

How to avoid those dinner party squabbles: Sit your guests around a circular table and NOT a square one | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Researchers at Alberta and British Columbia universities found that sitting at a rectangular table made people more confrontational.
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Rome cracks down on cafe tables crowding historic piazzas  - NBC News.com

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Why We Prefer Brand Name Products Like Pepsi to the Generic Ones

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Research from Germany finds people like the taste of brand-name colas more than generic ones—even when the soft drinks are identical.
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This Mold-Detecting Bowl Saves Your Fruit, Bananas Everywhere Rejoice - Foodbeast

This Mold-Detecting Bowl Saves Your Fruit, Bananas Everywhere Rejoice - Foodbeast | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
FOODBEAST is the premiere food news resource. A one-stop location for food news, culture and entertainment.
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Don't Trust the Applause - ScienceNOW

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Don't Trust the Applause - ScienceNOW
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Britons getting fatter despite consuming fewer calories - Telegraph

Britons getting fatter despite consuming fewer calories - Telegraph | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Britons are consuming 600 fewer calories a day but are actually getting fatter because of sedentary jobs and a lack of exercise, a respected think-tank has found.
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Inkless Pen Never Needs To Be Replaced - PSFK

Inkless Pen Never Needs To Be Replaced - PSFK | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
German engineering brings back a long-forgotten and more sustainable method for making writing implements.
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Butter coffee: Will it give you extra energy -- or just make you fat? - TODAY.com

Butter coffee: Will it give you extra energy -- or just make you fat? - TODAY.com | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it

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Distracted walking: injuries soar for pedestrians on phones

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More than 1,500 pedestrians were estimated to be treated in emergency rooms in 2010 for injuries related to using a cell phone while walking, according to a new nationwide study.
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The pictures that draw you in... Amazing 3D sketches that look as if objects are flying, sailing or crawling off the paper

The pictures that draw you in... Amazing 3D sketches that look as if objects are flying, sailing or crawling off the paper | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
The pictures that draw you in... Amazing 3D sketches that look as if objects are flying, sailing or crawling off the paper

 

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What Your Drink Says About You

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Often pronounced "vokka shots," this is undeniably the entry into the part of the night where things are getting just a little bit too awesome, and you might have to start screaming at the DJ to pl...
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To Get More Sleep, Get More Sunlight

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The struggle to get more and better sleep seems never-ending for many of us, and increasingly the sleep-deprived are opting for chemical relief.

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Can chickens REALLY be cleverer than a toddler? Studies suggest animals can master numeracy and basic engineering

Can chickens REALLY be cleverer than a toddler? Studies suggest animals can master numeracy and basic engineering | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
It is easy to dismiss them as bird brains but chickens may be cleverer than toddlers. Studies show hens to be masters of a number of complex skills.
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Google Patents 'Street View' Walking Sticks

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First, there were Google Street View cars. But cars can't go everywhere, so next came Google's Trekker, a big contraption worn like a backpack that snaps photos off the beaten path. What's... Technology News Summaries.
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Obesity is a disease, doctors’ group says - NBC News.com

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Dim Lighting Sparks Creativity -

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New German research finds a darkened room encourages freedom of thought and inspires innovation.
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People of Earth, say cheese! Nasa to take everyone's picture from space

People of Earth, say cheese! Nasa to take everyone's picture from space | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Jonathan Jones: On 19 July, the Cassini probe will take our portrait from Saturn. Let's make it a good one
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The brave new world of 'drone journalism' - Telegraph

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News organisations will soon make routine use of unmanned drones to cover stories, a new report claims, with the rise of "airborne paparazzi" and covert surveillance of public figures likely to be the source of future legal headaches.
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