Archive for the ‘featured’ Category

[Infographic] Bioprinting: How it Works and Where it’s Headed

July 11, 2013 9:31 am featured, Infographics

Printing a pair of shoes, a dining table, a household ornament, or even a car may be all well and good in the world of 3D printing; but the buck doesn’t stop at material luxuries. Scientists around the world are putting 3D printing technology to incredible use; by applying research and development to the reconstruction […]

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When Crowdfunding Goes Wrong

December 17, 2012 12:45 pm featured, Humor, Technology

credit: napkinshoe Crowdfunding. Sounds amazing, doesn’t it? You get online, write an eloquent blog post about why your brand really, really needs this money you guys, rake it in and stick it to the man. Of course, it doesn’t always work like that. For every story about the little brand that could, there are thousands […]

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Worst Christmas Number One Songs

December 11, 2012 6:07 pm featured, Humor, Music

Artists within the music fraternity are always looking to win credits for having the number one Christmas song every year. The quest for this achievement is sometimes marked by controversy as weird and tasteless compositions end up taking the day. Novices and amateurs alike are locked in a frenzied rush to have their numbers nominated […]

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6 Very Strange But True Health Tips

October 15, 2012 12:04 am Bizarre, featured

If you watch enough TV and read enough news, you will inevitably hear about various things that are either healthy or unhealthy: Too much fat is bad for you, five servings of fruit and veggies are good for you, saturated fat is bad for you, an hour of exercise a day is good for you, […]

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5 Worst Music Videos – Ever!

October 10, 2012 12:49 am featured, Music

While many in the younger set may not be able to remember a time when music videos didn’t exist, rest assured, it’s true! There was a time decades ago where just an artist’s music had to convince consumers that their products were worth a purchase. These days, so much of the perceived value of music […]

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The Allergy Guide – Infographic

October 1, 2012 4:08 am featured

Well over half of all Americans suffer with some type of allergy. The estimated cost of treating allergies each year runs into six figures! Allergies can interfere with your quality of life, especially if you love the outdoors. The first step in dealing with your own allergies is to understand them. Knowledge is power. There […]

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Top 5 Stunts in Car Movies You Shouldn’t Try at Home

August 29, 2012 5:15 pm featured

If you are a gearhead I am sure that you have a favorite car film. Most of us love car films and many of us wish we could do the things they do in the films however; there are a few car films that have scenes that are way to wild, crazy or dangerous, that […]

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Cute But Deadly Animals

July 23, 2012 10:41 am Animals, featured

Cats, dogs, rabbits and hamsters are your typical cute animal, perfect as pets and great to cuddle and handle. There are some more unusual but equally cute animals around however, all is not as it seems as some are as deadly as they are sweet. Here is the lowdown on the fluffy but fierce brigade […]

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Celebrity Dog Look-A-Likes

May 23, 2012 4:10 pm Celebrities, Dogs, featured, Humor, Pictures

Have you ever seen a dog that reminded you of someone and could not figure out who it was? Well maybe it was your favorite celebrity that they looked like. Here are a collection of dogs who look like a certain celebrity. It is amazing how closely they resemble each other and makes you wonder […]

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5 Futuristic Luxury Hotel Concepts That Make You Wish for Tomorrow

May 4, 2012 7:37 am Architecture, featured

We already live in a world where more luxurious hotels are being designed and built by the second. Cities like Dubai and Singapore are leading the way in modern luxurious design and are before the forefront of media coverage and public attention. Dubai recently erected the tallest hotel (and building, for that matter) in the […]

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