Culture

Bookworms Everywhere Weep For The Current Generation

Child Activities

According to a recent Nielson Books study, electronics are beating out books in terms of what keeps our current generation busy, and this makes us sad. According to the Nielson Books study, children ages 0 - 17 years (we're not so sure about the 0) have an 8% increase in the amount of time they dedicate to electronic activities as opposed to reading.

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Want To Take Advantage Of Your Social Media Prowess?

Instagram Hotel

One hotel is looking to offer a little something more to people who have more than 10,000 Instagram followers, they're offering them the chance to stay for free! The 1888 Hotel in Sydney, Australia - a newly opened hotel, is offering vacationers and social media "guru's" the opportunity to stay at their hotel for one night for free.

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Grown Human Heart Tissue That Can Beat!

University of Pittsburgh

A team of researchers at the University of Pittsburgh have accomplished the incredible and grown human heart tissue that can beat autonomously. The tissue was created using pluripotent stem cells that came from mature human skin.

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Attend A Concert Without Actually Attending, With YouTube!

Kings Of Leon

YouTube has set up a 360 degree camera designed to allow non-concert goers to control their concert going experience. YouTube will be offering their 360 degree user controlled camera for tonights live stream of the King Of Leon concert. The webcast show, directed by Fred Armisen will be viewable via YouTube’s webcast.

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Technology And Handwriting: An Observation

Dell

CNN recently ran an article that questioned whether the abundance of technology today has ruined handwriting for current and future generations. This is an interesting question and one that deserves a little attention. According to the article published by CNN, “a 2012 study found that 33% of people had difficulty reading their own handwriting.” The truth is that even those ...

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