Sigita Glumbakaitė

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Somebody Needs To Hire Ryan Lochte To Write Movie Reviews Professionally

Roger Ebert's shoes have finally been filled.<p>Ryan LOVES movies.<p>More specifically, he loves <i>tweeting</i> about movies he is watching, or has already watched, or plans on watching. All of these tweets are very, very good.

Contact Lenses Can Cause Serious Harm if Used Improperly, CDC Warns

Federal health officials on Thursday warned the improper use of contact lenses can lead to serious eye infections and long-term damage.<p>Nearly one in …

Public Health

Scientists Have Found a Way to Help You Learn New Skills Twice as Fast

Yes please.<p>The key to learning a new motor skill - such as playing the piano or mastering a new sport - isn't necessarily how many hours you spend …

The Brain

We got 10 CEOs to tell us their one killer interview question for new hires

Where do you see yourself in five years? Tell me about a time when you showed leadership. What is your biggest weakness?<p>These are the standard questions that job candidates face during interviews. And by now, everyone also has standard answers. (“My biggest weakness? I work too hard.”)<p>As you scale …

Employment

Gritty Black and White Photos Capture the Dynamic Energy of Tokyo's Streets

Japanese photographer Tatsuo Suzuki captures the dynamic energy of Tokyo in his gritty, black and white street photos. With a background in law at the prestigious Waseda University, Suzuki didn't start pursuing photography until 2008, but his striking images showcase his natural talent at …

Photography

The next era of the public payphone is about to begin

Every major city in the world has a network of public phone booths on most streets—absolutely crucial to the running of the city only a couple of decades ago but now just taking up space in the age of smartphones. In Britain, home of the iconic red telephone booths that have been around since 1926, …

Wall Street

Machine that keeps lungs alive outside body tested

DETROIT — Creamy-pink and glistening, they lie on a stainless steel exam table — this pair of lungs inflating and falling in a rhythmic, ghostly pattern.<p>At the University of Michigan, researchers are pushing the limits of medicine, eking out new ways to boost the numbers of organs that are …

The Worst Common Mistakes to Do at a Restaurant: How to Ruin Your Night (and Everybody Else's)

From gaming the online reservation system to getting too tipsy, these are the restaurant "don'ts" to avoid.<p>Dining out at a restaurant is not a one-way street. <i>Yes</i>, it should be a special experience. <i>Yes</i>, your meal should be delicious, worth the price tag, and prepared to your liking. And, given the …

Hospitality

Life After Dark: Helpful Tips for Street Photography at Night

To the surprise of no one, the topic of light is relatively common here on Light Stalking; search the archives and you can easily find plenty of …

Almost Human: Lifelike Portraits of Antique Ventriloquist Dummies

<i>Matthew Rolston, Joe Flip, from the series “Talking Heads.” © Matthew Rolston Photographer, Inc./courtesy Diane Rosenstein Fine Art.</i><p>For <i>Talking Heads,</i> …

Hide Your Smiling Faces review – poetic

Mortality casts a shadow over childhood in Daniel Patrick Carbone's inspired debut<p>Part of me is inclined to say: watch out for new American talent Daniel Patrick Carbone, who surely has an illustrious career ahead. Yet part of me also wonders whether Carbone's <i>Hide Your Smiling Faces</i> will actually …