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The thought of germs can be a terrifying thing, but it’s important to know the truth about the germ-covered world around you. This video clears up some oft-circulated myths about things like germs, soap and toilet seats.
Chocolate bowls: The perfect edible containers for ice cream and other desserts.
Want to take better pictures? Proper exposure is a critical part of that equation. The video above from Canon and photographer Arthur Morris teaches us settings to use for our DSLRs and how to use histograms.
Topics like sexual confidence in the bedroom are often tricky to approach. This video from Aaron Marino tackles the issue in a straightforward and honest way that — while aimed at men and men’s sexual health — anyone can relate to.
Developing a new habit — or changing a bad one — takes a lot of work and patience, and your process is essential to whether you succeed or not. Instead of starting a new habit out of the blue, stack it on top of another habit you already have.
In our modern world, our work means something more to us than it did to our ancestors. It’s not just about survival or necessity anymore, it’s also about finding a career with meaning that brings satisfaction to our lives. It’s not always easy to find fulfilment in a career, but here are some nudges in the right direction.
With the recent acquisition by Facebook of voice-recognition company Wit.ai, all four major players in the post-PC market (Apple, Google, Microsoft and Facebook) now have a significant infrastructure for hands-free communication with your device. But what will that mean for our communication with our devices? Is voice just another method to talk to your computer, or are we on the cusp of a revolution in computer communication?