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Why did we decide to start actively blogging and publishing articles with interesting headlines every day? We analyzed several thematic articles on the Educational blog https://westwoodcollegevirginia.com/blog and found out that blogging is quite a popular field of activity among young people. At first it starts with a hobby, and then thanks to the development of social networks, everyone is able to develop a personal brand and commercial projects. Therefore, we are open to cooperation with every enterprising content author.

Things We Saw Today: Women Remedy the Lack of Lesbian Emojis by Creating Their Own – It is the right of all people to communicate with tiny pictures.

Emojis have a representation problem, so the lesbianemojis Tumblr (by Katie Streeter & Kim Linn) has stepped in to fix it. Take a look at the rest of their work on the Tumblr and then maybe show your support by buying some prints!Read More…

  • By Dan Van Winkle
  • Posted in science
  • Also tagged emojis, Game of Thrones, harassment, John Barrowman, lego, things we saw today

Mom Invents App to Brick Kids’ Phones Until Call Their Parents Back – Her kids have been mysteriously uninvited to all slumber parties.

Tech-savvy parent Sharon Standifird was tired of her teenage children not answering or returning her calls to their cell phones, so she created an app that allows her to remotely brick their phones until they call her back. Apparently if she’s going to wish her kids would just call her back, she’s going to make…Read More…

  • By Dan Van Winkle
  • Posted in science
  • Also tagged , Ignore No More, Sharon Standifird

Artist Creates Nude “Blood Robot Selfie” That Simultaneously Amazes and Creeps Us Out – Congratulations on now having the title of “Weirdest Selfie”

Have you ever wanted to see a nude self-portrait done in the artists’ own blood with the help of a robot? Because Brooklyn-based artist Ted Lawson’s piece “Ghost in the Machine (blood robot selfie)” is exactly that. You can see the process Lawson went through to create the work in this video (Probably best skip…Read More…

  • By Glen Tickle

Citizens of Delaware Can Now Inherit Digital Assets, Rest of Us Stuck With Analog Estates – “To you, I bequeath all 800 of my Flappy Bird knockoffs.”

Currently, all of the digital wealth you’ve built up—iTunes libraries, Steam games, Farmville micro-transaction purchases—is the property of whatever service provides that particular online account upon your passing, but a new law enacted in Delaware will allow citizens to inherit their loved ones’ digital possessions. On a related note, the top Google search term in…Read More…

  • By Dan Van Winkle
  • Posted in science
  • Also tagged Delaware, DRM, Uniform Law Commission

A FREE Online Website Status Monitoring Service

Several days ago I went to go to a popular site and could not get the page to load. I later found out that there was an outage. Following that experience, I started thinking it would be nice that a person could go to a centralized location to determine what sites are working and what…Read More…

  • By Ramblinrick

Project PERCEPTION NEURON Is the Virtual Reality Bodysuit of the Future – Can the final version look like Tron costumes, please?

There are some amazing virtual reality headsets on the horizon with the Oculus Rift, Sony’s Project Morpheus, and more, but no one has quite nailed down the perfect control solution—that’s where Project PERCEPTION NEURON comes in. It’s a wireless, full-body motion capture system designed to put the wearer in the virtual world like never before,…Read More…

  • By Dan Van Winkle

Tom Hanks’ App Wants to Turn Your iPad Into a Typewriter, and It’s Dominating the App Store – Yes. That Tom Hanks.

Hanx Writer is an app that turns your iPad into a typewriter, or at least it gives you the feel of using one. The app is free, but offers in-app purchases to unlock different typewriter skins. Are there really that many iPad users with fond memories of old typewriters? Apparently so. Hanx Writer is sitting at the…Read More…

  • By Glen Tickle
  • Posted in science
  • Also tagged , Tom Hanks, Typewriters

Huawei Ascend P7 Review: Elegantly designed and surprisingly fun

Mention Huawei in public and you will not get the impression that people are aware that Huawei is, in fact, the third largest smartphone maker in the world. What is more likely to occur is a brief (and sometimes heated) discussion on how exactly to pronounce Huawei. If you are a company hoping to enter…Read More…

NASA Will Basically Play SimAnt With New “Swarmies” Robots – Filed under “Science” but come on, this is really “Gaming.”

NASA engineers have built four robots nicknamed “Swarmies” to test whether a group of robots can autonomously and effectively scout an area for resources, and they’ve model the software design after how ants do the same thing. It’s like a very complicated, expensive game of SimAnt.Read More…

  • By Glen Tickle

Xbox Kinect Can Be Used to Collect Crime Scene Data, Help Police… Kinect the Dots – ( •_•)>⌐■-■ … (⌐■_■) YYYYEEEEAAAAAHHHHH!

No stone has been left unturned in the quest to find something, anything, that the Xbox Kinect is good for, and it may have paid off: The Kinect seems pretty useful for investigating crime scenes. I can only guess that it wound up in this role after its prominent part in the case of how…Read More…

  • By Dan Van Winkle
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