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Scientists Discover Why Some Sleep Well & Others Don't

Don't we all love our sleep?  It's so utterly cleansing... if we are lucky.  But some of us don't sleep well or not long enough for sleep to "knit up the ravell'd sleeve of care."  Sleep researchers at five institutions looked to brain activity in this study of the secrets of a good night's sleep.

Don't Look Now But... There Are Ghosts Floating In The Creek

Among the loyal attendees to the Albacete, Spain film festival last month were guerilla designers from Luzinterruptus, a Madrid-based design house known for its spontaneous public lighting designs. Wanting to pay homage to the cult film Dawn and its author/director, Luzinterruptus left a shocker in this town....

Tweets Powered By Our Waste Should Be Trending

In what seems like our never ending pursuit of crude oil, we have fought wars, cozied up with countries like Saudi Arabia and have engaged in endless debates as to why we search for fuel alternatives. While cars powered by electricity are highly inefficient, and hybrids are costly, perhaps the overlooked solution is in plain sight, namely, our bathrooms.

3-Seat Bicycles Offer Wheel Deals For Japanese Mothers

"But you'll look sweet, upon the seat of a bicycle built for... three?" Yes indeed, 3-seat bicycles are not only the real deal, purchasers in Tokyo are GETTING a deal thanks to generous tax incentives.

Social Media Favors Slide vs Google Wave, Entertainment vs Enterprise

Much has been written about Google waving good-bye to its ballyhooed enterprise system Google Wave as well as its recent acquisition of Slide, an online leader in social entertainment. The fact that both events occurred during this same week indicates preferences may be shifting on the Social Web from business applications to those that fill our desire for more leisurely pursuits.

Social Media Vintage Ads For Twitter, Facebook, Skype & YouTube A La Don Draper

The Brazilian Ad Agency Moma Propaganda has created an ingenious ad series based on how social media ads might have looked if social networking was firmly implanted in the public zeitgeist of the 1960s. Sounds like a screenplay for an episode of "Twilight Zone" or a sequel for "Back to the Future"...

Social Media Adds Video Chat & Sean Parker To The Mix?

For anyone that doesn't know the history of the origins of Facebook, this story might have slipped under your radar. But in social media circles, it has some significance. Sean Parker, Facebook's founding president who will be portrayed by Justin Timberlake in the upcoming flick, "The Social Network," has indicated interest in assisting the 17 year-old wundkerkind and founder of Chatroulette, Andrey Ternovskiy.

Researchers Find Ways To Delay Aging In Mice

The mouse in the photo (seen in entirety on the jump) is actually middle aged, but he looks and acts like a teenager.  Why?  Well, according to a discovery by Harvard University researchers, it's because the mouse has maintained the synapses between his nerves and his muscles, a key factor in keeping him physically and mentally young.

Truly An Invention Every Consumer Needs: ANYWAY® Spray

We all have frustrations with gadgets that just don't work.  And we think, 'Some day I'm going to invent a better lightbulb,' or whatever.  Well, finally, someone invented a fix for the d**n bottle spray, which obviously never wanted us to fully use what it was spraying.

Cooking Guides Are Right Where You Need Them - On Your Apron!

SUCK UK has come up with the perfect apron. It's your sous chef, literally, on an apron - Apron Guides

Social Media Controlled By The Magic Of The One-Way Follow?

To follow or not to follow - that is the question? Whether tis nobler in the mind to tweet or not to tweet is an ongoing debate that seems to have built a double-standard in the social media space.

Get Your Duckface On With Quack-tastic Lip Balm

Duckface - the despised puckered pout seen way too often on the 'Net, may be poised to corrupt Japan. 'Perfect Lip Wrapping' lip balm helps girls prep their lips to get just the right level of overexposed duckface daffiness.

Do Clothes Make The Dog? Ask Manfred, The World's Most Famous Dog Model

Among the many other talented and beautiful dog models returning to Pet Fashion Week New York, Manfred is unique.  Not only is he the world's most famous dog clothing model, he's the inspiration for the most luxurious dog clothing in the world.

Twitter Documentary Guaranteed Not To Wipe Your A** (Teaser Video)

While Facebook is grabbing all the headlines with the soon-to-be-released movie "The Social Network," you might not have heard about the Twitter documentary coming out of Singapore called 'Twittamentary." In its final stages of production and guaranteed to raise a few eyebrows, the movie interviews both twi-hards and members of the Twitterati, as well as those that think the microblogging platform is a total waste of man's time and energy.

The Aqualet eLoo: Personal Cleanliness Goes High Tech

New Line, Italia has redefined the concept of personal cleanliness with its new line of computerized toilet/bidets.  The Aqualet eLoo, which takes up less space than half of a toilet or bidet, is a must have for high tech gadget lovers as well as obsessive-compulsives.