Which Steve was better: Jobs or Wozniak?

Today, Apple is one of the biggest technology companies in the world. In 2018, it reached a huge milestone as its value surpassed $1 billion for the first time, and we have two men to thank for that. This technology company was founded in 1976 by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak,...

Five must watch zombie movies

Zombie movies are a sort of staple for horror-movie enthusiasts. Although the genre did not take off in mainstream cinema until recently, we do have some really creepy sagas of flesh-hungry creatures that have continued to spellbind audiences across generations. Here is our list of five such incredibly popular zombie...

How your diet affects your acne and skin

The diet and acne myth has been passed down from one generation to the next. According to this myth, eating foods such as chocolate or French fries can make your acne worse. However, this claim is unreliable, since there’s no solid proof to back it up. Acne’s true cause is...

Are these foods fruits or vegetables?

There is often a lot of confusion about whether certain foods should be called fruits or vegetables. Some types of produce are frequently considered to be vegetables, and many people are be surprised to learn that they are actually fruits. For example, this is the case with tomatoes. Tomatoes are...

Everything you wanted to know about the second Snow White

  Love them or not, those Disney princesses have been a part of our lives since we were little ones. Whether you dreamed of sweeping them off their feet or wanted to know what it was like to dress up in a huge ball gown and prance around a castle,...

Can you sweat out a cold?

Have you ever been told that the best way to get rid of a cold is to sweat it out? It’s something that seems to be one of those ‘common cures’ alongside chicken soup and OJ, but is it actually legit? When you get a cold, you will often feel...

Can the radiation from WiFi be dangerous?

WiFi, or Wireless Fidelity, has become one of the most important developments of the 21st Century. No one can live without WiFi these days. However, despite all the benefits it offers us, people do worry about the effects WiFi can have on our health. Harmful health effects of WiFi WiFi...

5 ways to use Chia seeds

Chia seeds. These are the wondrous thing we have seen all over the #FitFam world, but what could they be? These seeds are said to be the energy-boosting, fat-burning, wonder foods of tomorrow that could be about to change your life. So the question is: how do we use them?...

Why snooker is so popular in China

Every country has at least one sport that most of its population follow passionately. Here in America, it’s football. Over in Britain, it’s also football (or rather soccer as we call it). Did you know that in China it’s snooker? This might a surprise to you – it was to...

Everything you wanted to know about Dylan Thomas

Dr. Seuss, William Shakespeare, and Emily Dickinson are some of the most famous poets in history, but the list wouldn’t be complete without one man in particular: Dylan Thomas. This Welsh poet wrote the likes of Clown In the Moon and Fern Hill, but how could all these incredible pieces...

The easiest instruments to play

Musical instruments are the perfect way of channeling your creativity and coming up with new skills. You want to have a hobby that can help you to channel your feelings and emotions, as well as develop skills. But, let’s be clear, learning a musical instrument can be a hard slog....

Funny Olympic games in the past

The Olympics represent one of the best tournaments in the world of competitive sport. It’s the perfect occasion to bring athletes from all nations together in competition. The Olympics are hugely important and throw up quite a few inspirational underdog stories. We all know about the popular events of the...

Surprising things you didn’t know were created by people

Ahh nature, so full of abundance, working perfectly in unison with everything else. Mother earth grows amazing foods for us to eat, rainforests to clean the air we breathe, and, sometimes, she gets angry and sends earthquakes to remind us who’s boss. Except, a lot of that isn’t true. In...

History of the rubber duck

No bath time experience would ever be complete without the addition of one yellow, plastic friend. We’re talking, of course, about a rubber duck – the staple of so many childhood bath time adventures. Seemingly functionless, these joyful, rubbery aquatic birds were a welcome addition to any bathtub – some...

The history of Reddit

Reddit is a social news, media rating, and discussion website that was founded in 2005, by Steve Huffman and Alexis Ohanian, while they were college roommates. Most of us these days are familiar with Reddit, and it has been called the ‘front page of the internet.’ Everybody knows the success...

The best sites for expanding your knowledge

Whether you’re a total brainiac or just want to expand your knowledge so you can impress your friends at the next pub quiz (don’t worry, we bet you’ll blow their minds) there’s nothing better than filling your brain will all kinds of information and facts – because it’s totally cool...

How fear can make you a better person

We often worry about things like fear and anxiety, and they can be problems if you let them get the best of you. But, you must realize that fear can actually make you a better person. You need to be able to experience the full spectrum of human emotion because...

Why You Absolutely Have to Visit Moomin Theme Park in Finland

As a youngster, you were probably brought up on the popular Tove Jansson Moomin books – which, by the way, are pretty darn awesome. These books follow the lives of the white, large-snouted, hippopotamus-style fairy tale characters who live in Moominland. And if you were as obsessed as we were...

The Science Behind 3D Glasses 

With all the modern technology nowadays, it’s pretty darn boring to go and see your everyday 2D movie at the movie theater. Instead, we love to have aliens, zombies and dinosaurs jumping out at us (well, apparently we do anyway). Although it may seem like a relatively new invention, 3D...

How Does Color Affect You Physically And Mentally

We all have our favorite colors, patterns or shapes. But have you ever wondered if you’d feel different in a blue room than you would in a red room? Pablo Picasso once said that colors follow the changes of emotions, and this theory has since been researched. Many scientists now...
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