Archive for the ‘Smart’ Category


Human Migration Around The World

Animals do it. Birds do it. Butterflies do it. And people do it too…at least 216 million, that is. Here’s a look at the “patterns of people motion” with Human Migration Around The World.

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There’s No Such Thing As Everlasting Love (According To Science)

I hate to burst your floatie heartsie feelings but per the latest research, There’s No Such Thing As Everlasting Love (According To Science.) Dammit…now what are we all going to do to celebrate Valentine’s Day? […]

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The Psychological Immune System

Surround yourself with sick people and you surprisingly stay healthy? That’s what Douglas T. Kenrick PhD. suggests. Here’s more with The Psychological Immune System.

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Choice is an Illusion

Every day as consumers we make choices. For example: Do we by the name brand or the generic? The thing is, is marketers have learned the psychology of choice and use it to get our […]

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The New Thing: Social Gifting

Gifts can get very expensive. One way to get your loved one the gift they really want is to collaborate by using social gifting. Social gifting is where people share wish lists through social media […]

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Retail Social Media Top 10

Do you follow any of your favorite retailers on Facebook or Twitter? Social media has proven to be a great marketing tool for many businesses and also provides a great way for companies to interact […]

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Rude Revelations About Sex

In our sex saturated cultures, one thing is certain: It has its positives and its negatives. Sex is both powerful and weakening, erotic and revolting, and one of the greatest acts two (or more) people […]

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Data Footprints by Generations

You may have heard how we leave behind a carbon footprint, but did you know we leave a data footprint behind as well? Check out the infographic below presented by Wikibon to learn about data […]

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International Space Station crew members Russian cosmonaut Romanenko, U.S. astronaut Marshburn and Canadian astronaut Hadfield joke as they talk with relatives after putting on their space suits at the Baikonur cosmodrome

Why You Can’t Cry In Space

Your tears stick like glue in a liquid ball when you’re spacebound. At least that’s what Chris Hadfield says. Here’s more (in case you ever wanted to know) with Why You Can’t Cry In Space.

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CES Trends 2013

There is always something new and hot in the tech world, especially at the largest consumer technology tradeshow in the world (CES.) Check out the infographic below presented by BestChoiceReviews to learn more about the […]

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