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Five Things the Government has Done Right

History

Many Americans have come to believe that the United States government can’t do anything right. Universal healthcare, gay marriage, the debt ceiling and conflict in the Middle East have been causing major and long-lasting debate among politicians; many wonder how the government manages to accomplish anything at all. Despite the fact that Washington is deeply […]

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5 Most High Profile Art Crimes

Artwork

Not everyone in the art world has the same taste. Art is one of the most subjective creations of the human experience, and anything from your niece’s scribbles of kittens to that experimental band grinding away on their guitars can be dubbed art, yet there are those universally agreed upon pieces of art that have […]

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How to Build a Time Machine

Technology

The Doctor isn’t the only person with a working inter-dimensional time machine; at least not once you get through building your very own. Space and time are very interesting concepts and has been displayed in media for as long as we have been able to grasp the concept. If you think you’re up to the […]

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When Crowdfunding Goes Wrong

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

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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Changing the Face of Mobile Gaming

Video Games

The evolution of video games has been rapid as improvements in technology have allowed for new innovations in game design. Major game companies such as Ninetndo and Sony have offered better graphics and audio capabilities with every new game console, creating jobs and profits for designers and hours of fun for gamers. However, mobile games […]

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Partnering with OSHA for a safer workplace – Infographic

News, Signs

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA, offers an indispensable service to ensure employees operate in a workplace that is free from illness and injury. Whether you are an employee or an employer, a safe and secure workplace is essential. While safety and freedom from health related issues is important on the job, OSHA […]

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London Underground: Pictures of its Past

History

The London Underground, Britain’s most famous rapid transit system (affectionately known as “The Tube”), is home to the world’s oldest underground railway, first opened in 1863. The Underground services 270 stations and features over 250 miles of track, 45 percent of which is below ground level. Over the decades, the tube has changed significantly as […]

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The Popemobile Goes Green: A List Of The Pope’s Wheels From Past to Present

cars, History

These days, more people are choosing to go green by finding and using more environmentally friendly products. Pope Benedict XVI is no exception. He was recently presented with his first electric car, a customized white Renault Kangoo for use at his summer residence at Castel Gandolfo. Renault also presented a blue version for the Vatican […]

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6 Very Strange But True Health Tips

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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