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Alfred Hitchcock's complicated relationship with food - Telegraph

Alfred Hitchcock's complicated relationship with food - Telegraph | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
The celebrated film director Alfred Hitchcock took as much horror as pleasure in eating.
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Taking smaller bites may help curb mindless eating: study

Taking smaller bites may help curb mindless eating: study | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
If you tend to eat when you're distracted, such as in front of the computer or television, a new study suggests taking smaller bites to prevent overeating.
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Vine is Twitter's attempt to become the 'Instagram of video'

Vine is Twitter's attempt to become the 'Instagram of video' | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Will the new video sharing service find a place in our lives?
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French bid to outlaw English phrases such as hashtag, blog and email

French bid to outlaw English phrases such as hashtag, blog and email | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
The French language gendarmes have decreed the nation must now refer to the global social network icon as mot-diese
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Spain's unemployment rate reaches record high

Spain's unemployment rate reaches record high | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Nearly 55 percent of Spanish youth under 25 years out of job as unemployment rate surges to 26 percent in final quarter.
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WATCH: What Animals Are Really Thinking

WATCH: What Animals Are Really Thinking | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
We'll never trust a cat's meow again.
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Most parents 'lie to children'

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Most parents tells lies to their children as a tactic to change their behaviour, suggests a study of families in the United States and China.
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How to Ask for What You Want

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Katie's Take It’s a new year and whether that means you’re in the middle of a career change, seeking a promotion at work or debating starting a new business, Laura Fredricks, author, speaker and the Expert on The Ask sits down with Katie as she talks...
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Pinterest Introduces ‘News’ Feature to Improve Content Discovery

Pinterest Introduces ‘News’ Feature to Improve Content Discovery | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
In place of Pinterest's activity feed, the company has installed a new tool called "News." The feed displays boards where your recent pins have been repinned, creating a feed of potentially relevant content that users can peruse from their own...

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Many Americans have longer relationship with credit card than spouse

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By Gerri Detweiler, Credit.com

Will you be sticking with your credit card longer than your spouse? For some Americans, the answer will be "yes." Overall, we are are pretty faithful to our plastic. According to Experian, the average time a credit card account remains open is approximately 129 months — or 10.75 years.

 

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It's not just you: Facebook envy makes people miserable, studies show

It's not just you: Facebook envy makes people miserable, studies show | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
By Rosa Golijan

As someone who doesn't prioritize dating, I rarely catch myself mulling over the lack of romance in my life … until I look at my Facebook Newsfeed. Seeing countless posts by friends who are getting engaged, married, or starting families can wipe the smile right off my face and leave me feeling lonely. According to researchers, I'm not the only one who can turn into a sourpuss after after using the social network.

Two German universities conducted a joint research which revealed that many Facebook users are left with feelings of envy, misery, and loneliness after virtually being witness to their friends' love lives, vacations, and work successes.

 

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Dumb & Funny Must Watch: Wacky German Video of Two Guys Giving Birth (Sort Of)

Dumb & Funny Must Watch: Wacky German Video of Two Guys Giving Birth (Sort Of) | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it

In a contest of pain tolerance, who has the higher threshold: Men or women? Men slam into each other playing football. Women go through child labor. Men beat each other up in mixed martial arts. WOMEN GO THROUGH CHILD LABOR. In case you’re on the fence about a winner, watch this video of 2 young German men who are hooked up to a contraction simulation machine, which mimics the sensations that a woman feels during childbirth. It’s safe to say they would probably opt for a punch in the mouth any day.

(YouTube Trick: If you want to hear what they’re saying, press the small “CC” logo across from the “Play” button on the YouTube screen for subtitles.)

 

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‘Not to Be Published’ Princess Diana Photo Sells for $18,000 | TIME.com

‘Not to Be Published’ Princess Diana Photo Sells for $18,000 | TIME.com | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
The photo shows a teenage Diana Spencer before she became Princess of Wales, on a ski vacation with a previously unidentified young man.
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20 amazing facts about the human body

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Many of the most exciting discoveries in science are being played out in the human body, writes Brian Clegg
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Pivot Power Mini charges several mobile devices at once

Pivot Power Mini charges several mobile devices at once | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
To help cellphones, tablets and other mobile devices further take over your life, Quirky has released the Pivot Power Mini, a power outlet attachment designed to charge as many as four pieces of electronics at the same time using only outlet.
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Why We Sneeze And Other Fun Facts About The Big Ah-Choo!

Why We Sneeze And Other Fun Facts About The Big Ah-Choo! | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
By Beth W. Orenstein Why do we sneeze?
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5 Amazing Animal Navigators

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A house cat named Holly, which made news this week for trekking nearly 200 miles, isn't the only supernavigator in the animal kingdom.
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Olympic ceremony most requested

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Danny Boyle's spectacular Olympic curtain-raiser was 2012's most requested programme on the iPlayer on-demand service, the BBC reveals.
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One in four new phones a Samsung

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Samsung accounted for one in four of all mobile phones shipped worldwide last year, as its shipments grew by nearly 20%, according to research.
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Moon Swoon: How 2013's Full Moons Got Their Peculiar Names

The first full moon of 2013 will light up the night sky tonight (Jan. 26), but did you know it's a full moon of many names?
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Make Your Password 'Gooder' With Bad Grammar, Research Says

Make Your Password 'Gooder' With Bad Grammar, Research Says | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
According to a new study, including poor grammar in your passwords makes them safer.

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What's the best ponytail for your face shape?

What's the best ponytail for your face shape? | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it

By Cinya Burton, Totalbeauty.com

Everyone knows the ponytail is the simplest of all the updos. The one-step hairstyle is usually pulled straight back, with varying degrees of height. Nearly impossible to mess up… or so we thought. Turns out most of us are missing out on the perks of finding the most flattering ponytails for our face shape.

 

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Goat knocks over TV reporte By Anna Chan, TODAY

Goat knocks over TV reporte By Anna Chan, TODAY | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it

Reporter Linda Carson of ABC 7 in Florida may have once thought goats were friendly animals, but after taping a segment at the Manatee County Fair in Palmetto on Tuesday, she's probably a little bit more wary of them now.

 

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SIRI RISING: The Inside Story Of Siri's Origins -- And Why She Could Overshadow The iPhone

SIRI RISING: The Inside Story Of Siri's Origins -- And Why She Could Overshadow The iPhone | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
The world got its first inkling of the quick wit that would make Apple’s Siri an icon during a packed press conference held before an auditorium of tech elite. "Who are you?" an Apple executive asked the assistant.
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