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279 Added | 21 Magazines | 3 Likes | 7 Followers | @Sub882015 | My mags are for me, a way to group without being too fixed up on any particular subject.  I am going for sort of broad but with feeling so I can flip anything I hold interest in, into something more meaningful.  Mag titles that are a touch more human to me and not too rigid.  Some are better than others depending on what I get to, I fill my mags if and when I have time too.  It will grow slowly and organically.  And that fine with me :-)  I tend to be a be techie focused.  I am hoping this will be more than just technology but it will have a natural incline into these types of things.  With a bit of reflection - there will be things that surprise me.

Top seven safe, effective natural antibiotics

Certain natural substances have antibacterial properties, but which are safe to use, and when should a person use them?<p>Prescription antibiotics, such …

Microbiology

London's best Sunday lunches

Sunday lunch: it’s the greatest meal of the week, bar none. We’ve rounded up London’s best Sunday roasts – and a few alternative treats – from a host …

How Bollywood film Pad Man is tackling the taboo of menstrual hygiene

The subject of menstruation and menstrual hygiene is rarely, if ever, discussed openly in Indian homes<p>It's an unlikely scene in deeply conservative …

Amazon Alexa Lost Its Voice, Forcing Users to Use Light Switches and Check Weather Themselves

Some Amazon Alexa users were met with deafening silence Friday, with the voice-controlled digital assistant going down across the U.S. According to …

Smart Homes

The most popular movie that came out the year you were born

Every year brings its own set of pop culture obsessions. Looking at the most popular movie from each year can tell you a lot about what people were talking about at the time, and how people's tastes have changed. It's fun to look at the most popular one from when you were born and see what everyone …

Movies

Handheld device sequences human genome

<b>Scientists have used a device that fits in the palm of the hand to sequence the human genome.</b><p>They say the feat, detailed in the journal Nature Biotechnology, opens up exciting possibilities for using genetics in routine medicine.<p>It is a far cry from the effort to sequence the first human genome …

Genetics

How Likely Is Your Industry to Be Disrupted? This 2×2 Matrix Will Tell You

The topic of industry disruption — “a process whereby a smaller company with fewer resources is able to successfully challenge established incumbent businesses” — is rife with misconceptions. One of the biggest is that it is a mysterious, random, and unpredictable event. Another is that it happens …

Innovation

Crypto coin company ‘disappears with millions’, leaving one-word message: ‘Penis’

<b>A crypto coin start-up has disappeared from the internet with a supposed haul of millions in investor cash, leaving a short, succinct message.</b><p>For …

Cryptocurrency

A Japanese railway company issued an apology after its train left 20 seconds early

sourceKoichi Kamoshida/Getty Images<p><b>A Japanese transit company issued an apology after one of its Tokyo trains left a station 20-seconds too</b> …

25 Life Lessons from Albert Einstein

Here are 25 life lessons from Albert Einstein:<p>1. Intellectual growth should commence at birth and cease only at death.<p>2. Everyone should be respected …

What Happened to the Future Promised by 'Minority Report'?

The 2002 Tom Cruise vehicle promised more than just virtual touchscreens. So where did the smart sci-fi movie go?<p>Fifteen years ago, Steven …

Kitchens

Boxed in: life inside the 'coffin cubicles' of Hong Kong – in pictures

Photographer Benny Lam has documented the suffocating living conditions in Hong Kong’s subdivided flats, recording the lives of these hidden communities

Hong Kong
Asia

Ho Chi Minh City's vanishing architecture

They formed the charming backdrop to Graham Greene's sin-filled Saigon in "The Quiet American," but the colonial-era buildings of Vietnam's biggest …

Vietnam

China prepares for manned moon landing

China appears to be nearing its dream to put a man on the moon, with an official saying this week that it would “not take long” before Beijing approved a manned lunar project.<p>Yang Liwei, deputy director general of China Manned Space Agency, said China is making "preliminary preparations" for a …

Profit

Pornhub Celebrates 10 Years Of Existence

Most of us have some sort of story surrounding our first experiences with internet porn, whether or not we choose to admit or share it. Mine is similar to that of many other Gen X’ers, patiently waiting as pixels of an animated gif downloaded line-by-line. Eventually you were given a 20 second …

GIF Animations

A Bioengineered 'Pancreas' Has Ended One Diabetic's Need For Insulin

For an entire year - and counting.<p>Even the most exciting breakthrough medical treatment can be rendered obsolete by a particularly insurmountable …

Chinese town set to ban sale of dog meat ahead of notorious festival campaigners

The sale of dog meat is set to be banned at a notorious Chinese festival, campaigners have said, in a “nail in the coffin” for an event which provokes controversy and anger.<p>The ban will reportedly be rolled out ahead of the ten day Lychee and Dog meat Festival in Yulin, southern China, which begins …

5 Things You Need To Know Before Taking an At-Home Genetic Test

DNA is what makes us who we are. In humans, our genetic makeup is 99.9 percent similar to the person next to us, but that tiny 0.1 percent difference is what makes each of us unique — providing us with traits such as eye and hair color, height, and even disease.<p>Genetic testing is now available for …

Molecular Biology

A smart home mega sensor can track what goes on in a room

Creating a smart home currently requires either linking every connected device one-by-one or adding sensor tags to old appliances to make a cohesive IoT network, but there might be an easier way. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon developed a concept for a hub that, when plugged into an electrical …

Internet of Things

Judge Dredd TV series in development

From the company behind the Sniper Elite franchise<p>Judge Dredd has a shot at returning to a screen near you — albeit a smaller one.<p>Entertainment Weekly reports that Jason Kingsley and Chris Kingsley, owners of the U.K.-based studio Rebellion Developments (which also happens to be the company behind …

UK trials body cameras for staff in mental health wards

An early trial has found that staff-worn body cameras can reduce confrontation and aggressive behaviour in patients suffering from mental health issues. The pilot ran for three months at Berrywood Hospital, a psychiatric facility in Northampton, England, and was primarily concerned with the …

Mental Health

Apple is bringing iTunes to the Windows Store

Now, here's something you probably weren't expecting: Apple is bringing iTunes to the Windows Store. You'll no longer have to download a conventional desktop app just to play Apple Music or sync your iPhone. It's not certain how the Store version will differ from the regular Windows app (if at …

Windows Store

UK 'wastes billions every year' on failed agile projects

News More than half of CIOs thnk the methodology has been discredited and is just an IT fad

Project Management

America's First Drive-Thru Marijuana Shop Will Open on 4/20

The doors — or rather, windows — will soon open on the Tumbleweed Express Drive-Thru, the nation’s first legal drive-thru marijuana …

Cannabis

Documentary About GoldenEye on N64 in Production

GoldenEra will examine one of the most influential console shooters ever.<p>An Australian-made documentary seeking to explore and discuss the history …

Filmmaking

China overhauls its 'green card' system to lure more foreign talent

Beijing says the change will give foreigners easier access to public services in China.<p>China is overhauling its green card system for permanent …