KinKast Makes Private Video Sharing Easy

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KinKast Makes Private Video Sharing Easy

2 Comments 28 February 2011

Credit You know when you take those funny little videos on your phone and then you want to upload it and you can’t for one of a million reasons? The KinKast iPhone Application makes private video sharing quick and hassle free, so you’ll never have to scream at your phone again. The private sharing allows [...]

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A Digital Revolution: The War On Gen Y

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A Digital Revolution: The War On Gen Y

7 Comments 24 February 2011

Credit Frontline recently aired the documentary Digital Nation: Life on the Virtual Frontier: a look at how the world, with a focus on the current generation, has become addicted to advancing technology. The idea came from award-winning producer Rachel Dretzin, while commentator Douglas Rushkoff came along for the ride. The documentary focused on social media, gaming, and [...]

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The Evolution of the TV Mom

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The Evolution of the TV Mom

1 Comment 21 February 2011

The TV mom has transformed over the years, and it is very interesting to see how each matches the time. Every show represents the era on an over the top scale. Beginning with the 1950s, let’s see how not only the moms have changed but the times. What do today’s TV moms represent? 1950~ June [...]

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5 Advertisements That Will Make You Angry

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5 Advertisements That Will Make You Angry

7 Comments 17 February 2011

There is no better way to see how far we have come than by looking back, however, looking back can be infuriating. Before the Feminist Revolution, advertisers were not so kind to women. Though we have forgiven them, how could we forget? There is an element of shock to the following five adds, but with [...]

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5 Creative Things To Do With Your Kids Offline

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5 Creative Things To Do With Your Kids Offline

3 Comments 14 February 2011

Our kids have been brought up in a world of technology, and while video games can be beneficial for critical thinking it is not really a past-time that gets creative juices flowing. The answer is not to take technology away from our kids but to show them a balance. This will help them to be [...]

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What If a Man Was In Labor?

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What If a Man Was In Labor?

1 Comment 09 February 2011

Dr. Andrew Rochford aspires to answer the question, who has the higher pain threshold? Men or women? By using a contraction simulator - which contracts your muscles as if you were in labor - Rochford wants to find out if childbirth is all it’s cracked up to be. He begins with prelabor, most women are [...]

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