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Man builds roadworthy car from household rubbish - Telegraph

Man builds roadworthy car from household rubbish - Telegraph | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
An environmentally-aware car enthusiast has built a car entirely from recycled materials.
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A High-Tech Street Sign That's Plugged Into Social Media | Wired Design | Wired.com

A High-Tech Street Sign That's Plugged Into Social Media | Wired Design | Wired.com | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Like most other “all points” signs in the world, this one will lead you in the right direction towards your destination. But that’s pretty much where the similarities end.
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Red labels to warn of unhealthy food: Logos to appear on items considered 'bad' for health in anti-obesity drive

Red labels to warn of unhealthy food: Logos to appear on items considered 'bad' for health in anti-obesity drive | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
The colour will signal products that are high in fat, saturated fat, sugar and salt as part of an anti-obesity drive designed to encourage healthy eating.
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Message in a Bottle Surfaces, 97 Years Later

Message in a Bottle Surfaces, 97 Years Later | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
On June 30, 1915, Selina Pramstaller and Tillie Esper wrote a brief message during a trip to a Michigan amusement park on Harsens Island, sealed it in a bottle, and dropped it in the St. Clair River....

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Paid leave lets dads build parenting foundation

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Even though the benefits of giving men equal time to bond with children are evident, parental leave for fathers worldwide tends to be shorter.

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Ex McDonald's Employee Sues Because She Doesn't Want Her Paycheck On A Prepaid Debit Card

Ex McDonald's Employee Sues Because She Doesn't Want Her Paycheck On A Prepaid Debit Card | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Earlier this year, a woman in Pennsylvania was expecting to get her first paycheck from her new job at McDonald's, but rather than an envelope containing cash or a check, she received a prepaid deb...
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The center of the international airline industry is in the middle of rural Poland

The center of the international airline industry is in the middle of rural Poland | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
On the edge of a field in rural Poland close to a wooded area is a spot, in all likelihood unmarked, where the international airline industry is in perfect balance.
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How Mobile Apps Have Changed the World: INFOGRAPHIC - AppNewser

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How Mobile Apps Have Changed the World: INFOGRAPHIC
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How a restaurant with no cash registers and no prices makes money

How a restaurant with no cash registers and no prices makes money | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
A Panera Cares Café looks just like any one of the other 1,600 Panera locations around the United States: the same striped awnings, the same comfortable booths, the same ridiculously tasty Cobblestone Rolls that will add 10 pounds if you so much as...
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World's last telegram to be sent next month

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We're not sure if it's more surprising to learn that the last telegram in the world will be sent next month ... or that people are still sending telegrams somewhere. They are, though: 5,000 telegrams are still sent every day in India.

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How common is your birthday?

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Do you ever feel like you're always running into people with your birthday? It might not be you; it might be the date that you were born.
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'Digital distraction' causes 20 million passengers to miss their bus or train stop every year

'Digital distraction' causes 20 million passengers to miss their bus or train stop every year | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
A study carried out by O2 and Samsung revealed that 51 per cent of Britons have missed their stop because they were distracted by their mobile phone.
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Weight loss 'can improve memory' - Telegraph

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Slimming down can improve memory, a study suggests.
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Increasing numbers of us use it, but mouthwash can actually make bad breath even WORSE

Increasing numbers of us use it, but mouthwash can actually make bad breath even WORSE | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
While mouthwash is often marketed as a way to keep your mouth clean and prevent gum disease, do we actually need it - and could it undermine your dental hygiene?
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The Web Cookie Is Dying. Here's The Creepier Technology That Comes Next

The Web Cookie Is Dying. Here's The Creepier Technology That Comes Next | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Fingerprint (Photo credit: CPOA) It may raise hackles to think that U.S.
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Starbucks to display calorie counts

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Starbucks Corp. said it will show calorie information for its coffees and snacks at all U.S. locations starting later this month.

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The Unluckiest Man in Hollywood: What You Don't Know About Superman Henry Cavill

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30-year-old actor Henry Cavill is going to be seeing a rise in popularity due to his role as Superman in the upcoming Zach Snyder film Man of Steel (which is being released June 14).
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Study: Severe obesity is genetic

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Physicians and researchers from Britain and Australia are the first to find a direct genetic link between mutations that underlie the fraction of obese patients
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High Heels Were Popular Among Men Before Women

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Tall wood: 34 storey skyscraper proposed for Stockholm

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C.F. Møller Architects' proposal in design competition is light and airy.
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With exposure to babies, rodent dads’ brains, like moms’, become wired for nurture

Amid debate about “natural” role of mothers and fathers, research on rodents yields a complicated picture.
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How we feel can change how we taste fat

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Content people can detect changes in fat content, unhappy people do not.
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Microsoft Office Finally Comes to the iPhone

Microsoft Office Finally Comes to the iPhone | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
If you've ever wanted to create and edit Word and Excel documents on your iPhone, the wait is overMicrosoft is launching Office for iPhone, bringing Word, Excel and PowerPoint to the world's most popular smartphone.

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How the sperm whale can hold its breath for 90 minutes - Telegraph

How the sperm whale can hold its breath for 90 minutes - Telegraph | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Biologists have unravelled why deep diving mammals such as sperm whales can hold their breath for over an hour when diving for food – they have electrically charged proteins in their blood.
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