Royal Society Of Chemistry Weighs In On Best Hangover Cure

Is it coffee, Coke, aspirin, or the 'hair of the dog?'  Is it cold pizza, chocolate milk, sauerkraut, or maybe a Bloody Mary?  What cures a hangover best?  The Royal Society of Chemistry has made a pronouncement....

The First Ever 'Royal Engagement' Coin! But Who Is That Couple?

The Royal Mint has revealed its new limited-edition £5 coin with the supposed likeness of Prince William and his bride-to-be, Kate Middleton.  You can pay from £10 ($16.30) for a cupro-nickel coin up to and between £1,550 ($2480) for the solid gold coin. Will future value of these coins be affected by the likeness of the images to the Prince and his betrothed? 



Social Media Search Targets Quality Followers Similar To Quality Links

"Garbage in, Garbage Out" is an old saw used in the last century that implied inputting faulty data would only produce a output of flawed results. Google countered this paradigm in the early days when developing one its signals for its search algorithm - namely link building - and those that chose to game the system by amassing large number of links to achieve higher search rankings.

Got Milk? Good. Dairy Products Can Prevent Type 2 Diabetes

Cutting back on dairy products was the medical advice of the last two decades. It was recommended to stave off everything from extra pounds to coronary heart disease. But recently, researchers are finding that maybe it was not such hot advice - not for losing weight, not for heart disease, and now... not for those at risk for diabetes.


A Social Media Retelling Of The First Christmas

What if Mary and Joseph gave birth to their baby Jesus in the Digital Age? How would they have used the social media tools available to a world where one out of every 13 people have a Facebook account, and one tweet or YouTube video can catch the attention of thousands or millions if it goes viral. The Portuguese digital marketing company, Excentric not only explores that possibility but has produced a video titled, "The Digital Story of the Nativity" to explain to the world how they see that story playing out in the year 2010.

Social Media Critic Joins Exodus From Google To Facebook

Five months ago, a Google researcher by the name of Paul Adams exposed some chinks in Facebook's social networking armor. This week, he is leaving the search giant to join the network he critiqued. He is one of a growing number of Google's rank and file that have formed an exodus from the social media dessert of Google to the greener pastures of Facebook.

Safer For Pet's Paws & The Environment Too: Safe Paw Ice Melter

Slip slidin' away.  It might be fun for kids, but it's not much fun for dogs, let me tell you....

Electronic Nose Sniffs Blood, Not Breath, For Ovarian Cancer

Recent research conducted at three universities in Sweden focused on the detection of cancer through the odors of blood tissue rather than breath odors. 

What's A Head In Design? Hair-Inspired Rugs

Anique Noordman's special talent for creating new materials was witnessed by the design world even before her recent graduation from the Design Academy Eindhoven in the Netherlands last Spring.  But her graduation project, Hairy Carpets, should give a major jolt to her career as a designer.

Mobile Social Media Competes With Facebook For Photo-Snappin' Check-in Crowd

With a user base of less than 1 percent of Facebook, Foursquare hasn't really seemed like much of a competitor for the monolithic social network that is currently scaling past a half billion followers. However, in just surpassing 5 million users, the location-based social network has increased its base by ten-fold in just 9 months. Why? Because mobility is now a major factor in how folks want to access their social networks.

Google's Next Social Media Wave Might Be Shared Spaces?

Google, as the current Internet leader may be deposed soon by the one consituency of the Web it's been unable bring under its allegiance. With flawed social network attempts such as Orkut and Buzz, and even it's still-to-be-released Google Me - it just doesn't seem to have the social media gene to pull it off. When Google Wave closed shop recently and engineers started an exodus for greener pastures at Facebook, it looked like the search giant had seen its better days.

Introducing Café Colon, the Canned Coffee Enema

Good news, everyone! Café Colon is a canned weight loss solution designed to bring your lower GI tract back to optimum health. You don't even have to like drinking coffee to enjoy the benefits... because you DON'T drink it.

Social Media Gives To Charity Every Time You Shop For The Holidays

Now your holiday shopping will not only bring a smile to the faces of those on your shopping list, it will also be used to donate to worthy causes. This year many of us became acquainted with location-based social networks that add a layer of social media to our mobile devices. This holiday season, four of the LBS applications that allows users to broadcast their location to their followers will also trigger merchants and venues to donate to charities. It's a win-win for all!

Social Media Monitor Sizes Up A Brand's Competition On Twitter & Facebook

During the last decade when Google was the leader in driving traffic to Web sites, a number of analytical services became available for brand competitors. Vying for Google's search results on Page 1 (preferably above the fold), brands utilized tools to tell them if they were gaining or losing ground.

Don't Let Saggy Pants Drag You Down: Get Subs™ Control

One inventor, Andrew Lewis of Harlem, has come up with a way to keep the eyesore saggies above the butt.  It was a trend many of us hoped would go away, but it has actually caught 'on fire' in urban neighborhoods.  Saggy pants.  The fat workman's 'crack,' so often hyperbolized as the height of grossness, is now considered fashion among school kids and even those in their twenties!