Archive for the ‘History’ Category


Why Do We Cross Our Fingers For Good Luck?

We do it when we ask the universe for a little extra “oomph” (and we may even do it when we lie but that’s another post). Check out the answer to today’s big question: Why […]

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First Day of Spring Vernal Equinox

Those of us in the Northern Hemisphere are enjoying what may or may not feel like the first day of spring. But as they say until or unless you can squash a whole bunch of […]

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11 Hotels With Exciting Past Lives

If you’ve ever been to Beantown and stayed at the Liberty, you may not have known the place once housed criminals and crazies when it was formerly a jail. Take a look at places all […]

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An “Uplifting” Story of The Bra

Over the shoulder boulder (or pebble) holders have been around for ages. In terms of function, they have helped women (and men) in a number of ways. Check out just how they have done this […]

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March 13 Birthdays

Ever wonder who shares your birthday with you? Who was born just before the dreadful Ides of March settle in? Find out here with March 13 Birthdays.

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A Brief History of the Domain Name

The web is celebrating a big anniversary. After a humble beginning with just six domains plus twenty five years of existence, there are over 265 million names registered to people world wide. Here’s a look […]

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Story Of The Biggest Experiment In History Caught On Film

Unless you’ve lived under a rock or are just uninterested in science, scientists at the Large Hadron Collider at the European Organization for Nuclear Research in Switzerland have made history with their landmark research. Check […]

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Spotify Just Bought Huge Music Data Company The Echo Nest

Music giant Spotify’s world domination may be in full swing thanks in part to its latest business deal. Check out the details here with Spotify Just Bought Huge Music Data Company The Echo Nest. This […]

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Studies Show Big Advance in HIV Prevention

AIDS experts at the Gladstone Institutes (part of the University of California, San Francisco) have made remarkable headway with preventative immunizations which prevent HIV transmission. Granted it’s only in the trial stages and tested on […]

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20 Things You Didn’t Know About Dr. Seuss

He gave us “The Lorax,” “Green Eggs & Ham,” “The Cat in the Hat,” and several other books we know by heart. But what you may not know is Dr. Seuss was terrified of small […]

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