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Banishing Fear: Finding the Courage to Heal From Codependency

The soulmate of your dreams doesn’t have to be the cellmate of your nightmares. The post Banishing Fear: Finding the Courage to Heal From Codependency appeared first on The Good Men Project.

YouTube’s Reaction Video Controversy

YouTube is now the center of another controversy, this one around reaction videos and how they make use of their source material. The post YouTube’s Reaction Video Controversy appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

Tongue in a Mouse Trap Slow Mo

Dan of The Slow Mo Guys acceded to fan suggestions (and the lure of YouTube fame and fortune) and triggered a mouse trap with his tongue in front of their Phantom camera. While the human tongue is indeed strong, it’s definitely not numb. Man that was nasty.

Urijah Faber's teammate thinks 'California Kid' would retire with win over Dominick Cruz

How many fights does Urijah Faber have left in mixed martial arts (MMA)? Well, if his next fight is against Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz, it could be his last. That's according to Faber's teammate...Show More Summary

Troubled startup Zenefits might have lost its biggest customer — another startup

Fast-growing, but troubled startup Zenefits may have more issues under its hood than the sudden resignation of its outspoken founder CEO, the problems with its culture, missed internal revenue targets, and potentially huge problems with...Show More Summary

Sorry, Sushi Burrito: Japanese Program Certifies Authentic Cuisine

In a world of Big Mac sushi and Cajun rolls, Japan is launching a new program to certify those Japanese restaurants outside the country that uphold traditional washoku cuisine values.

Puppy Monkey Baby Ad Is A Thing Of Nightmares – And Still Haunting

The 2016 Super Bowl (50th) ended days ago and as per usual the half time commercials are what caught everyone’s attention. This year the talk of the town and trend on Twitter is the bizarre puppy monkey baby advertisement from beverage maker Mountain Dew. Show More Summary

Vector Networks, and Alternative to Paths

Evan Wallace Before I co-founded Figma my background was in game development, not in design. I remember being very surprised when I first encountered modern vector editing tools. Many of the interactions felt broken. Why couldn’t you...Show More Summary

Flips & Whips

In their PAC-12 meet against the University of Utah, UCLA gymnast Sophina DeJesus pumped up her fellow teammates and their home crowd with her trendy floor routine, where in between her flips she pulled off dance moves like the nae nae, the Quan and the dab.

Trailblazing Women: Katrine Sharp, VP Group Head of Sustainable Development and Gender Diversity, Technip

This interview is part of a series on Trailblazing Women role models (Entrepreneurs and Leaders) from around the world and first appeared on Global Invest Her. You have to see what you can be. "Invest in yourself, so that you are ready to take off again when the time is right. Show More Summary

Constant Innovation and Useless Ducks

[Mike]’s hacks aren’t breathtaking in their complexity, but they got a good chuckle out of us. [Mike], the CEO of The Useless Duck Company, lives in a hub of innovation somewhere in Canada, where he comes up with useful gadgets suchShow More Summary

You Can Be a Feminist and Not Support Hillary Clinton

HIllary Rodham Clinton, Election 2016 Sarah Mirk Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire back in 2007. Photo by Marc Nozell (Creative Commons). Two feminist icons landed in hot water over the weekend after encouraging young women to vote for...Show More Summary

The only way to get out of Amazon's terms of service is a zombie apocalypse (AMZN)

Only the fall of civilization from a widespread zombie attack will release you from Amazon’s terms of service for one of its new products. The company just released a game engine called Lumberyard that gives developers a bunch of free...Show More Summary

John Lasseter on 30 Years of Pixar

“…the art challenges the technology and the technology inspires the art.” As Pixar celebrates its 30th year, Chief Creative Officer John Lasseter looks back on the company’s origin and growth, its films’ effect on audiences and its guiding principle: story is king.

‘Luncheon In Fur’: The Surrealist Teacup That Stirred The Art World

In 1936, the surrealist Meret Oppenheim wrapped a teacup, saucer and spoon in fur. In the age of Freud, a gastro-sexual interpretation was inescapable. Even today, the work triggers intense reactions.

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