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28 Aug 19:00

In Love

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Sometimes, those related stories algorithm works.

21 Aug 17:24


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17 Aug 17:00

Palma de la cara

Palma de la cara

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13 Aug 21:00

Heavier Women

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07 Aug 15:00

The Weed Boys

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Oh my! At what age does "telling the hard truth" become okay?

03 Aug 06:06

Wow! Google Translate App

by swissmiss

Google literally stole/reverse engineered Word Lens. It's probably better too. Le sigh.

I could have made some serious use of Google’s Translate App when I traveled to Asia a little over a year ago. Impressive!

31 Jul 15:00

Can We Find Him and Ban His IP Address In Real Life Though?

23 Jul 14:00

Run... Away From These People




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22 Jul 21:00

You gotta laugh…

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15 May 20:00

Behold the Beast, Slayer of the Post


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Tagged: dogs , twitter , pets , prank , lion , failbook , g rated
03 Jun 15:05

Oakridge Elementary Gets Desks With Pedals to Help Fidgety Kids Learn

by Heather Mongilio

Nice but... How about recess or gym? Cutting those gym classes is not so great huh? And I see a big problem with not letting the kids learn how to be still in appropriate situations, like a classroom. Can you imagine what will happen to them in high school?

Student on a pedal desk Stock photos Student on a swing desk

Oakridge Elementary is getting desks with bicycle pedals and swinging bars in an effort to incorporate movement and exercise into classroom learnings.

The new desks, as well as yoga ball chairs, are part of a pilot program to improve kids’ ability to learn while in school.

The idea behind the new equipment is based in science, said Heather Suave, a member of Oakridge’s 2Fit2Quit Committee and Wellness Council. Research has shown that when kids’ brains are active, which happens during exercise, they are able to retain more information.

“Kids in elementary school have the wiggles, and it’s a good energy release,” Suave said.

Oakridge Elementary was able to raise $9,000 through sponsorships and donations — from Pentagon Mixed Martial Arts, the Oakridge PTA and individual donations — to buy three of the two person pedal desks, four stand-up/swinging desks and eight yoga ball chairs.

The pilot program has only been in place for a month, Suave said, but it is already showing promise.

Jenn Crain, a third and fourth grade teacher, said the new equipment has helped with keeping her students focused and have not been a distraction in the classroom. She has had the pedal desk and standing desks in her class.

“Some of them prefer the pedal desk, some of them prefer the standing desk, some of them prefer none,” she said.

The kids have also had positive feedback toward the equipment, she said during a presentation.

Maxwell Thomas, an 8-year-old student, likes the pedal desk because they help him concentrate while he does his math schoolwork.

“I can get my body moving while I work,” Maxwell said.

Annabella Brooks, a fifth-grade student, likes the standing/swing-desk “because people have a way to fidget without making noise.”

The desk helps her concentrate and she finds it relaxing, Annabella said.

“It’s easier to think while moving,” she said.

This is the first pilot program in Virginia. The equipment is also used in 30 schools in Texas and in 32 other states, said Lowell Lease, a representative with KidsFit, the company that provides the equipment.

The company has received good feedback on the equipment from other schools as well, Lease said.

“The kids love it,” he said. “The teachers love it because the kids pay attention better.”

10 Jun 11:00

Maybe It's Time to Get in a Better Head Space, Bro


I'm gonna remember this.


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23 Jun 17:15

Showtime & Hulu Partner to Launch Streaming Service in Early July

by Sara Bibel
Hulu subscribers will soon have the ability to add the SHOWTIME service to their Hulu subscription and stream on a wide range of the most popular internet-connected streaming devices.
25 Jun 20:23

Rent a camping tent in someone’s backyard near Google X for $46/night

by David Pescovitz

Someone did this in the house next to my apartment in Mountain View in the mid 90's. Three tents in his back yard.

Need a place to stay near Google X in Mountain View? John Potter is renting out a 9′ x 7′ Coleman tent in his backyard on Airbnb for $46/night.

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17 Jul 22:30

Superhero Bits: Fantastic Four, X-Men: Apocalypse, Wonder Woman, Arrow, Gotham, Ant-Man

by Angie Han

Sharing for the "When a Marvel vs. DC trailer leaks"

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Does Deadpool want a Cable movie? What are the new origins of the Fantastic Four? Is William Stryker back for X-Men: Apocalypse? What does Grant Morrison think of Gal Gadot‘s Wonder Woman? Who’s coming to Arrow next season? Will Gotham Season 2 give Bruce a new love interest? What would a Peyton Reed-directed Fantastic Four have been like? Can Paul Rudd take Conan seriously for Ant-Man‘s sake? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits.

Thank you to all the loyal and loving supporters of the #RogueCut It really means a lot to me.

— Anna Paquin (@AnnaPaquin) July 17, 2015

Anna Paquin is so pleased the X-Men: Days of Future Past Rogue Cut is going over well.

Warner Bros. is tearing down its DC Comics animation mural in Burbank.

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Thor and Loki sit through an excruciatingly awkward family dinner (via Reddit).

A 5-year-old Batman rescued a toddler in England.

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Warner Bros. / DC’s rumored “no jokes” policy apparently also applies to trailer leak reactions (via Imgur)

Deadpool’s Ryan Reynolds wants an X-Force movie led by Cable.

CinemaSins has some nits to pick with the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Comic-Con trailer.

ScreenCrush teaches you “How to Become a Marvel Supervillain in 5 Easy Steps.”

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16 Jul 15:30


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HA! My mom shared this with me. It's such a good burn.

11 Jul 20:22

Little baby girl with weak eyesight sees through prescription glasses for the first time

by Xeni Jardin

That smile!

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06 Jul 20:00

Handy 4th

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He thought that'd work?

13 Jun 22:00

Planking Defined

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04 Jul 15:34

Amazing Video of the Reef from A Sea Turtle's View!!

by TMZ Staff

I like turtles!

Take a look at The Great Barrier Reef from a Sea Turtle's perspective. Researchers at The World Wildlife Foundation strapped a GoPro on a turtle's shell and the results were incredible. From what we can see, this turtle…

02 Jul 20:30


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01 Jul 20:00

A Simple Dream

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30 Jun 20:00

The Gay Touch

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24 Jun 22:00

This is why

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23 Jun 17:00

Modern Phone Culture in One Picture


I think that is here.


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22 Jun 17:00

One Thing

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22 Jun 18:45

Arlington Public Library Now Offering Netflix-Like Service for Audiobooks

by Mariah Joyce


Hoopla Digital screenshotLibrary-goers may never have to wait for an audiobook again, thanks to a new Arlington Public Library partnership.

The library is working with an Ohio-based company called Hoopla Digital, which bills itself as a “free Netflix-like service” which users can access through their Apple TV, smartphone, tablet or laptop.

Hoopla offers a range of digital content including e-books, comics, audiobooks, music and streaming TV and movies.

The library’s current contract with Hoopla gives library patrons access to audiobooks and music, according to library spokesman Peter Golkin, who described the partnership as the next logical step in adapting to new technology, something libraries have been doing for decades.

Golkin said one particularly attractive feature of Hoopla was the elimination of waiting lists. In the past, when libraries bought audiobooks, they would have to buy several copies — and even then patrons could end up waiting a long time for more popular titles. Through Hoopla, however, one title can be checked out by an unlimited number of patrons.

The company also touts its automatic returns, which it says eliminate library late-fees. Users will be able to check out up to six items a month and listen to them as often as desired. Due to record label restrictions, the same album may only be checked out twice in a 30-day period.

Arlington Public Library began using Hoopla last Tuesday (June 16), and is the 10th library system in Virginia to do so. To start using the service, patrons can create an account through the library’s website.

08 Apr 15:00

All Posts Must Die in the Social Game of Thrones

Check out our new Game of Thrones site and keep up with season four!

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