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Search All The Major Online Course Providers In One Place With RedHoop

You can learn just about anything online these days, thanks to many online course providers. But there are too many sites to visit, and they often …

Clear and to the Point: 8 Psychological Principles for Compelling PowerPoint Presentations

True or False?<p>Most PowerPoint presentations are:<p>·compelling<p>·illuminating<p>·informative<p>·clear and to the point<br>Answer: False<p>Make a change following the …

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8 New Punctuation Marks We Need

Our punctuation choices could really use an update, and CollegeHumor.com is proposing we add these 8 New Punctuation Marks to our collective writing …

Back to the Camera Supercut

Impeccably made, captivating shots, and a kick-ass soundtrack. Plot Point Productions' movie edit fits all our criteria for the perfect supercut.

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Photographer Takes a Boy with Muscular Dystrophy on an Imaginary Adventure | Colossal

<p>Slovenia-based photographer Matej Peljhan recently teamed up with a 12-year-named Luka who suffers from muscular dystrophy, to create a wildly …

Graphic Designer Dad Illustrates His Kids’ Lunch Bags Almost Every Day Since 2008 | Colossal

<p>Graphic designer and competitor for Best Dad Ever David LaFerriere has been drawing illustrations on his children’s sandwich bags since 2008. Lucky …

Realistic Birds Made from Paper and Watercolor Paint by Johan Scherft | Colossal

<p>At the age of 14 Johan Scherft made his first papercraft bird which he colored with a pencil, modeled after the flying paper models of english …

Bioengineers 3D print tiny functioning human liver

A US biotechnology company has 3D printed a tiny functioning liver in the lab that survived just over five days -- more than twice the life …

Michael Bublé sings with a cappella group in NYC subway

“I feel like a real New Yorker now,” said the singer<p>Three-time Grammy Award winning Canadian singer-songwriter Michael Bublé made an appearance at New York City's W. 67th Street subway stop today for an "impromptu" a capella performance of "Who's Lovin' You," off his new album "To Be Loved." …

Infographic: A Timeline Of The 100 Most Important Cameras Ever Made

Over a century of photographic history on one poster.<p>Time travel back to 1950 with a Best Buy circular and you basically blow minds with every page. Flatscreen TVs? Crazy. Computers? Crazy. Smartphones? Double crazy. And then you get to the cameras, and the fedora-wearing fellow with the I Like Ike …

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Here's 100 self-portraits in the style of 100 different cartoons. How many can you recognize?

Why your brain loves music

New neuroscience study sets out to explain why in some respects music offers the same sort of pleasure as a really good thriller.<p>The love affair between <b>music</b> and neuroscience just keeps going and going. And this isn’t surprising because music’s power over us is so huge, and so odd. It’s not like …

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10 Things I Learned About Design From iPad Apps

1. Focus on Simplicity<p>Clean lines and simple user interfaces are common among apps. It is something we are seeing more of in other types of design as …

Getting started with Edge Animate

In this tutorial, we’ll be getting started with Adobe’s new animation tool, Adobe Edge Animate. Edge Animate harnesses the power of HTML5 animation, …

Online Design Workshops for Graphic & Web Designers

Join us as we explore topics ranging from web design and branding to in-house management and everything in between. Our workshops provide a building …

The Anatomy of the Social Media Command Center

Beingyourbrand.com has created The Anatomy of the Social Media Command Center so that you can learn more about a few of their favorite social media …

Blood Pressure: Know Your Numbers

Being knowledgeable about your health is always helpful. Your blood pressure is no exception, 1/3 people who have strokes die because of high blood …

SEO & Infographics - an Interview with Eric Enge

Eric Enge, Author and SEO GuruRecently, I had an amazing opportunity to interview Eric Enge about SEO & Infographics. Eric has incredible insight in …

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Child IQ – Why Confidence Matters

Intellectual functioning has a significant relationship to the child’s confidence in his or her abilities. Both intellect and self confidence …

New imaging techniques to unlock brain disorders

A study published in recent issue of <i>Neuron</i> describes a very promising new imaging technique, which has successfully charted complex neural reactions …

Do Fluorescent Lights Give You Headaches? You're Not Alone

Fluorescent lights are everywhere — in schools, hospitals, grocery stores, the shopping mall, and now, more than ever, they are also in our homes. …

The Right Amount of Exercise for Improved Mental Health

Many people live by the adage “If a little is good, a lot is better.” In some areas of life, that may well be true. But, when it comes to exercise, …

The Eyes are now the Window to Your Mental Health

You said I got something to say. Then you got that look in your eye.<p>You can hear Brad Arnold of the band <i>3 Doors Down</i> singing “behind those eyes you …