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2 Hours Of TV Or Computer Gaming: Find Out What They Do For Your Kids

.... The PEACH Project was to determine if watching TV and/or using computers for non-educational purposes was the cause for psychological difficulty scores or if the scores were caused by being sedentary as a bi-product of watching TV or using the computer.  The study results were surprising and should be of concern to parents.

 


Spooky EcoDecor: X-Ray Lamps

While searching the web for interesting eco-friendly Halloween décor I came across a few lamps, by different artists, reupholstered with x-rays. If x-rays weren't creepy already, have them wrapped around your lampshades for a constant reminder of skeletons and death. Take a look at these five interesting lamps below.

BANG... You're Not Dead! Buoyant Bazooka Wins James Dyson 2010 Design Award

There were 15 finalists in the previous round of the 2010 James Dyson international design contest and now there is but one: Samuel Adeloju for his invention of the LONGREACH Buoyancy Deployment System.  Though the system looks like a sawed-off bazooka and the supposed emergency person operating it is depicted as warrior from Second Life, LONGREACH's highly explosive warhead is actually a rescue device.

 

LUM Alarm Smokes Out Home Fire Concerns

In an effort to assist the French in limiting their house fire concerns - one every 2 minutes - designer Arthur Brault has created the eco-friendly LUM smoke detector.

Alien Umbilical Cord iPhone Charger: Slick Or Sick?

Japanese artist Mio I-zawa has created an oddly organic pulsating power charging cable inspired, perhaps, by an unborn child drawing nourishment via his/her umbilical cord. Er, hold my calls, I'll be in my womb.

Alarm Pillow Starts Your Day Off With Good Vibrations

From designer Seung Jun Jeong comes the Alarm Pillow, a way to replace the annoying audio tones of your alarm clock with a refreshing movement from underneath your noggin.

Doctors Question New Cancer Treatment Device, NanoKnife

A medical device called the NanoKnife by AngioDynamics, an innovator in the medical device field, is being questioned by members of the medical community because the device was fast-tracked by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and was approved without clinical studies in 2008. But...

Fits.Me Mannequin Gives Online Shoppers A Way To 'Try On' Clothes

Online shopping has become immensely popular in recent years, especially for the holidays.  People love the idea of avoiding the crowds and saving on gas.   One type of item that is still difficult to buy outside of the stores though, is clothing.   Well, with the new Fits.Me mannequin a person can virtually ‘try on’ clothes to find out how they will fit before ordering.

The 2010 Nobel Prize In Physics: Making Graphene Technologically Accessible

A discovery with the potential to leap-frog many of today's technologies won the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics today.  Many scientists tried to accomplish it, but it was two Russian-born quantum physicists, now working together in Britain, Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov, who achieved what was thought by many to be impossible: the separation of graphene from graphite.

 

Small Business Software to Improve Productivity

Running a business is time consuming. Since time = money, the less time you spend on busy work, the more time you will have for more important aspects of your business. By utilizing the right software programs you can effectively cut costs, increase productivity, and run a smoother operation.