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The Brain Geek - neuroscience for kids and adults. Great blog with humor and easy to understand definitions without feeling dumb :)

ECO Packaging

15 Things You Didn’t Know Your iPhone Could Do

11 Most Important Google Search Algorithm Changes In 2013


How to create a iPhone ringtone using songs, step by step. Saving this forever

Take better pictures with your phone, RIGHT NOW! by grumblesandgrunts #Photography #Phone

How to Be the Most Organized Person in the World (Infographic)

Need to try this…52 week money challenge. After the 52 weeks you will have $1,378.00!~ Im in, just printed, and caught my jar up- anyone else, I feel an extra mini vacation

Blood Vessels In The Human Body

the top 21 apps for decorating, home improvements, diy & crafts

World's First Bionic Hand With a Sense of Touch is Set to Be Transplanted

As much as I love technology in all its shiny, metallic glory, I will forever be enamored with the natural aesthetic that wood brings. Luckily RAWBKNY decided to combine the two with their wooden keyboards made exclusively for the Macbook Pro and Macbook Air laptops.

Black Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles Could Play Key Role in Clean Energy Photocatalysis

Increasing Solar Cell Efficiency with Graphene

Increasing Solar Cell Efficiency with Graphene

Muji splash-proof speaker for iphone

10 Essential Designer Tools for Staying Organized \\\ Evernote

Check this out - The Kenaf plant…I know it looks a little like my favorite plant, industrial hemp, but it's not. Karl Burkart's blog explains how this miracle plant that can pull about 10 tons of CO2 out of the air per growing season!

This is exciting: Japanese breakthrough will make wind power cheaper than nuclear. It's also sad, because I'm sure the US could've come up with something like this if we had just put as much money into alternative energy R and subsidies as we did into the development and subsidies that made oil affordable.

Dow starts mass-marketing solar shingles | Green Tech - CNET News

The recently excavated bones of England’s King Richard III bear witness to his infamous life and death. Severe scoliosis curved his spine, which may have been painful and made it difficult to breathe. Of the 10 wounds discovered on his skeleton, two are candidates for the death blow: a blade plunged up through the bottom of his skull and gash with an axe-like weapon that took off part of the back of his head. Credit: Univ. of Leicester

Garbage liner dispenser for the bottom of the garbage can!

Meet Amiigo, The Most Accurate Fitness Tracker | Popular Science

Wireless smoke detector by Niko.

Graphene can repair itself