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New era of parenting: raising kids with tech as part of their selves

New era of parenting: raising kids with tech as part of their selves | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Now, when technologies are constantly reformulating our everyday lives, are they also reaching out into the basics of our existence, the way we develop from the very first day after the fusion of gametes?

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Sculpture Lets the Public Paint the Sky

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An art installation in Vancouver, suspended 24 stories above the harbor, lets the public create light patterns with the swipe of a cell phone screen.
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8 Things You Should Never Do in Front of Your Kids

8 Things You Should Never Do in Front of Your Kids | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it

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Study: Millions of 'Wealthy' Households Live Hand-to-Mouth

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Living paycheck to paycheck is not just for the poor. A new academic study suggests that 38 million American households are living with no cushion, including some who would otherwise be regarded as wealthy.
"The Wealthy Hand-to-Mouth," a paper by economists Greg Kaplan and...
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Wireless electricity? It's here

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Katie Hall was shocked the second she saw it: a light-bulb glowing in the middle of a room with no wires attached.

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Lied-to children more likely to cheat, lie

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A new experiment is the first to show a connection between adult dishonesty and children’s behavior, with kids who have been lied to more likely to cheat and then to lie to cover up the transgression. Research has documented that the majority of parents admit to lying to their children even as they maintain that honesty is an important value. "The actions of parents suggest that they do not believe that the lies they tell their children will impact the child's own honesty. The current study casts doubt on that belief," the authors say. The study has implications not only for parenting but also for teaching scenarios and for forensic situations, said Carver: "All sorts of grown-ups may have to re-examine what they say to kids. Even a 'little white lie' might have consequences."
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Stuff therapy: Detox from consumerism by fixing the things you already own

Stuff therapy: Detox from consumerism by fixing the things you already own | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Meet the two New York City residents who are trying to redefine the relationship you have with your stuff. They're opening "pop-up" repair shops where empty storefronts used to be.
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How couples stay in step? Men compromise

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n romantic relationships, women set the pace — literally. That's the conclusion of researchers who studied walking speeds among a small group of heterosexual couples and their friends.

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The First Cellphone Went on Sale 30 Years Ago for $4,000

The First Cellphone Went on Sale 30 Years Ago for $4,000 | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Somewhere in either Chicago, Baltimore or Washington, someone plunked down $3,995 to buy the Motorola DynaTAC 8000X, the first handheld cellphone, on March 13, 1984 — 30 years ago today.
We don't know who that first cellphone buyer was.

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An Illustrated History Of Typewriter Design [Infographic] - PSFK

An Illustrated History Of Typewriter Design [Infographic] - PSFK | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
60 hand-drawn images capture the evolution of writing technology.
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Brilliant New Calling Cards Give Plus-Size Shoppers A Great Way To Let Stores Know They’re Losing Money

Brilliant New Calling Cards Give Plus-Size Shoppers A Great Way To Let Stores Know They’re Losing Money | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Brilliant “calling card” system lets stores know when exactly they are losing money by not carrying plus-size options.
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Selfie-esteem: Teens say selfies give a confidence boost - TODAY.com

Selfie-esteem: Teens say selfies give a confidence boost - TODAY.com | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
So much has been written about the kids these days and their selfies: They’re empowering! They’re a cry for help! They’re creating...
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Feeling lonely? Use 'Friends for Hire'

Sydney, Mar. 05 (ANI): For those bored of spending weekends all by themselves could take help of 'Friends for Hire' that aims to help the friendless find a friend.
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Out of hours working banned by German labour ministry - Telegraph

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Germany's employment ministry has banned its managers from calling or emailing staff out of hours except in emergencies, under new guidelines intended to prevent employees from burning out.
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Don't Put Your Bread In The Fridge & Other Important Food Storage Tips

Don't Put Your Bread In The Fridge & Other Important Food Storage Tips | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
We've all got a somewhat innate sense of where to store the foods we eat in our modern cultures -- you're not going to stick your ice cream in the pantry and expect it to stay frozen, or freeze you...

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'Loyal Customer' Gets Tattoo Of McDonald's Receipt

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Let's hope he's lovin' it.

An 18-year-old from Norway now has a McDonald's receipt tattooed on his right arm. Stian Ytterdahl of Lorenskog, said that his friends wanted to punish him for being "too active with the ladies," according to S...
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Camera Used On Moon Landing Sold For $758,489 | USAHerald

Camera Used On Moon Landing Sold For $758,489 | USAHerald | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
VIENNA (AP) — It was put on auction as the only camera that made it to the moon and back. And it had its price — nearly $760,000. The Hasselblad 500 sold o
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Hug more, scold less: Strict parenting linked to child obesity - TODAY.com

Hug more, scold less: Strict parenting linked to child obesity - TODAY.com | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Moms and dads whose favorite phrase is, “because I said so,” may want to rethink their parenting style. A new study shows that...

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In Soviet Russia, the plastic house occupies you

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Was it a test bed for plastic building technology or a response to the Monsanto House of the Future?
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New analysis suggests fewer students have more homework than their parents did

New analysis suggests fewer students have more homework than their parents did | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Fewer 17-year-olds report one to two hours of homework on a typical night

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Mathematicians Claim To Have Discovered The Formula For Love

It's just as complicated as you think.
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Emotions vented on Facebook are contagious, study covering more than 100 million people finds.

Emotions vented on Facebook are contagious, study covering more than 100 million people finds. | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
In the digital swirl of Facebook status updates, emotions expressed online are contagious, according to a new study encompassing more than 100 million people in the U.S. and a billion messages that they posted.
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Restless Legs Syndrome Linked With Physical Functioning Problems

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Men with restless legs syndrome could also be more likely to experience problems with daily physical tasks, such as climbing stairs, lifting groceries and walking relatively short distances, according to a new study.

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Caffeine mixed with gold may fight cancer: Study | TopNews

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Daily shower bad for your skin? Try the 'soak and smear' - TODAY.com

Daily shower bad for your skin? Try the 'soak and smear' - TODAY.com | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
The East and the Midwest have been suffering a frigid, seemingly endless winter. The West, mainly California, has been mired in drought....
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