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Is Luxottica’s Monopoly of the Eyewear Market Coming to an End?


All you need to do is Google "cheap eyeglasses" and you'll find a multiplying number of Web retailers that sell prescription glasses for far lower than the conglomerate's name brands. Read More »

Three Benefits of Juicing


Juicing makes it easier for individuals to consume nutrients while on the go. In other words, liquefying key vitamins makes it more convenient to regularly follow a more disciplined diet. Read More »

Web Comics Are Coming to America – Will They Succeed?

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American audiences have shorter attention spans than those in Korea, and are much more demanding. They'll need to be exposed to outstanding content from the get-go. Read More »

Before Modern Medicine: Wacky Remedies from the Old Days


As late as the 1950s, arsenic (a poisonous concoction of sulfuric metal) was used to treat malaria, chorea, and syphilis. Read More »

How Do We Use Our Mobile Devices?

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Americans spend on average 2 hours and 38 minutes glued to their smartphones and tablets. Read More »

Meet RoboCop: He’s a Modern Frankenstein Monster

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When man uses technology for bad purposes, we don't have a reduction in crime. We merely replace one evil for another. Read More »

Are You a Social Narcissist?

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Social media has put our "me first" society on steroids. Read More »