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15 Thoughtful DIY Gifts for Your Favorite Teacher

Apples are great — but this year, give your teacher something they can truly cherish. Nothing softens the sting of going back to school like having an awesome teacher. These men and women work tirelessly to educate us and our children,...Show More Summary

Leaders in Advocate Marketing: Q&A with Michael Brito

Crowdly's third installment of their thought leader interview series with Michael Brito of WCG, a W2O Group company.

Why Aren't We Farming Octopus?

Octopuses grow quickly, have lots of tasty flesh and are found all over the world. As the world's supply of fish diminishes while the number of humans keeps increasing, it seems these creatures would make an ideal mass-produced foodShow More Summary

Reusable Content

If you want to be considered a subject matter expert you will have to spend a good deal of time writing blog posts, creating slides for seminars, recording podcasts and assembling white papers. You aren't going to establish your authority with one or two pieces of information on the subject since both readers and search engines are looking for more than one reference as proof.

9 Nearly Worthless Gadgets You're Hanging Onto for Dear Life

You can't put a price on childhood memories, which explains why most of your favorite toys and gadgets from childhood aren't worth squat. Now, you can still make a nice profit off unopened, exceedingly well-maintained or rare items from...Show More Summary

Slice of Princess Diana's Wedding Cake Snags $1,375 at Auction

A Los Angeles auction house has sold a slice of cake from Princess Diana's wedding to Prince Charles for $1,375 The 33-year-old slice of cake was sold online by Nate D. Sanders Auctions. It is still in its original white and silver presentation...Show More Summary

Social Media and the Changed Face of Love

Social Media has become one of the most amazing platforms for people to connect with one another. They are also gradually replacing the matrimonial websites on the internet. And love, including the long-distance relationships, is blossoming on social media more than ever before, as people across geographies are connecting with one another using these platforms.

Twitter Tips and How Some Companies Are Killing It

Twitter is a very important tool for businesses! Here are some fabulous tips and tricks, as well as some case studies of companies that are killing it on Twitter!

Every Parent Will Relate to Beyoncè's Poem About Daughter Blue Ivy

The love Beyoncè radiates for her daughter, Blue Ivy, was on display at the MTV VMAs when the "Flawless" singer got teary-eyed while baby Blue cheered "Yeah, Mommy!" Now, the 32-year-old entertainer has penned a poem to describe this...Show More Summary

Behold, a GoPro Captures the Miracle of Pizza Making

Pizza is arguably the best food ever created. Sure, bagels are a close second, but, come on — pizza. The crunchy crust, oozing melted cheese and endless combinations of toppings, coupled with its share-ablity and power to be delicious...Show More Summary

Snapchat Expands 'Our Story' to All Users

After being "blown away" at the response from Snapchatters at Electric Daisy Carnival, Lollapalooza and other music festivals to the "Our Story" feature, which pools photos and videos from live events into one feed, the photo messaging...Show More Summary

Terrifying Locusts Plague Madagascar, Nobody Seems to Notice

Today's weather forecast: a swarm of locusts. You'd think someone might panic as a cloud of winged bugs cover just about every surface at an intersection in Antananarivo, Madagascar. But local residents don't seem to mind as they goShow More Summary

Rebecca Black Wants to Surprise You With Her New 'Rockish' Sound

It's Friday, Friday, gotta get down on Friday with this Rebecca Black news The singer who gave us the inescapable viral hit "Friday" in 2011 and its fitting calendar-inspired followup "Saturday" in 2013 will be venturing into new music...Show More Summary

12 People Extremely Excited About Their 99-Pack of Beer

Going to the liquor store every time you need a 6-pack (every night) is extremely annoying. So why not just make that 6-pack a 99-pack? It's far more efficient. See also: The Delicious Health Benefits of Beer Austin Beer Works released...Show More Summary

Manchester United: Hard Times at a Storied Soccer Club

Even if you've never touched a soccer ball in your life, you've likely heard the name. Thanks to a winning legacy and a long line of legendary players, Manchester United is one of the most popular sports franchises in the world. With...Show More Summary

Emoji-only App Debuts, Nixes Words for Tiny Pictures

Does the burden of human communication weigh heavily on your thumbs? Emoji-only messaging app Emojli is here to save you from the tedium of expressing your thoughts with actual words See also: The Emoji Doctor Will See You Now Emojli,...Show More Summary

On 'Houdini' Miniseries, Magician's Home Life Is Anything But Magical

Labor Day will bring with it the start of a magical two-night miniseries. In Houdini, airing Sept. 1 and 2 at 9 p.m. ET, Oscar winner Adrien Brody stars as the master of illusion himself, whose thrill-seeking and mind-blowing stuntsShow More Summary

RIP, MSN Messenger: Microsoft Kills Old-School Chat App

In news that is sure to make you feel old, Microsoft is officially killing its 15-year-old instant messaging program. Windows Live Messenger— formerly MSN Messenger— will soon go the way of Friendster, Google Reader and Facebook Poke. See...Show More Summary

29 High Contrast Photos That Use Harsh Mid-Day Light

Light is arguably the most important factor in photography. Knowing when to avoid it, when to use it and to what extent — these are skills sought by many and mastered by few Last week, we challenged you to implement harsh mid-day light in your photographs. Show More Summary

? Linked: Working from Home

via Matt Gemmell: It’s important to have a boundary between your work and home life, psychologically and physically. For anything but the most casual, occasional periods, you need a dedicated working environment. there are a lot of tips in here and I encourage teleworkers to read it but this one really stands out. It’s good […]

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