Cursive Writing Is Making A Comeback. And It Might Make You ...

Schools return to teaching cursive thanks to growing evidence that writing by hand improves unaided memory, retention and IQ.

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An Inside Look At The First Robotic Microapartment Design

As apartments get smaller and urban areas get more crowded, robots are already offering a creative way to use limited space.

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Why The NFL’s Newest Stadium Will Have $2 Hot Dogs and $5 ...

In a league often defined by greed with unscrupulous owners, it may come as a surprise that there are some who do care about more than the bottom line.

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Are Millennials Really Killing Harley Davidson?

Millennials are being blamed for the recent woes of casual dining restaurants and even Harley Davidson – but is that really fair?

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How A Small Food Tour Explains Arab Culture In Michigan

Yalla Eats! offers a chance to get something anyone who has ever shopped in an ethnic grocery store has wished for … a personal tour through unfamiliar food.

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Uber Releases Its Original Pitch Deck From 2008

Despite their recent troubles and exit of embattled CEO Travis Kalanick – the rise of Uber is one of the undeniable success stories from Silicon Valley.

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The Mask That Displays Your Emotions In Real Time

Rather than wearing your emotions on your sleeve, a new product called the Hyperface lets you wear them on your face.

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Books Are Getting “Swearier” And This Is What It Means ...

Apparently the shift towards swear words in book titles and content has not gone unnoticed by researchers.

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How To Spot A Fake Viral Video

For a crash course in figuring out what is real and what isn’t online, who better to turn to than a YouTuber who has built a reputation out of debunking viral videos

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Nokia Wants To Be Known For Digital Health And VR

Though most people still think of Nokia as a cell phone maker, that unit of their business was sold off to Microsoft years ago and the brand has slowly been focusing its attention elsewhere.

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