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Phone that Runs on Coke

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Now That's Nifty

This seems like a perfectly good waste of Coke to me, but I like Diet Mountain Dew, so I suppose this is a non issue. As a result of my research, I discovered that conventional phone batteries are:... This is a content summary only. Visit Now That's Nifty for full links, other content, and more.

Christie Ally, Not Kristie Alley, to Plead Guilty in Bridgegate Scandal

This morning I was excited to find that the star of Veronica’s Closet, Kirstie Alley, was back in the news. “Well, at least people are thinking of her,” I thought, as I read my feed, bleary-eyed before my first can of diet coke. I had...Show More Summary

Why You Should Attend The Social Shake-Up This Year

I had a chance last year to attend the famous Social Shake-Up in Atlanta. It was probably one of the most interesting events I have attended in a very long time. Let me tell you why I felt like a Mentos in a Diet Coke.

Sugary Sodas Suppress the Body’s Stress Response

If you’re addicted to Coke, Mountain Dew, or Pepsi, it may be time to switch to a healthier beverage. Drinking sugar-sweetened beverages can suppress the hormone cortisol and stress responses in the brain, but diet beverages sweetened with aspartame do not have the same effect, according to a new study published in the Endocrine Society’s Journal […]

Diet Coke Moves to Dawson Pickering in UK

Diet Coke has dropped agency BETC London and is working with Dawson Pickering — the agency created by former BETC London executive creative director Neil Dawson and head of copy Clive Pickering last year — on a project believed to be...Show More Summary

I Dreamt of Being Something Great, Now I'm a Mother

2002. The year of spaghetti strap tank tops, flavored lip gloss and $1 gasoline. Diet Coke added lime to their cans. Michael Jackson dangled a baby over a balcony and Nickleback ruled the Billboard. So, yah -- a few regrettables, but altogether it was a good year. Show More Summary

Taylor Swift's Bizarre Chinese Car Commercials Are Something From Your Wildest Dreams! Watch HERE!

Taylor Swift has filled the Blank Space in her next endorsement deal — this time, for a car commercial in China! After being the face of Diet Coke and Target, the Style singer is making Toyota's Wildest Dreams come true by appearing in ads for the car company's newest hybrid! [ Related: Celebs' Weird Japanese Ads They [...]

The Brilliant Design of the Soda Can, Explained

?It’s incredible that we take some of life’s little engineering marvels for granted. Take the aluminum can, the trusty cylindrical container that keeps your Diet Coke fresh and portable. As YouTube’s "Engineerguy" Bill Hammack explains,...Show More Summary

Why the Simple Aluminum Can Is Actually a Brilliant Piece of Engineering

last monthTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

You probably don’t give much thought to the aluminum can holding your sweet, sweet caffeine hit at lunch. But engineerguy Bill Hammack explains why the simple cylindrical can holding your Diet Coke is actually brilliantly designed and engineered for being both easy and cheap to produce, but also strong and durable for shipping. Read more...

Blind Taste Test: Can Coke Life Pass For The Real Thing? [Video]

Coke Life is a new “mid calorie” soft drink that uses a natural sweetener extracted from the leaves of the stevia plant. Unlike Coke Zero or Diet Coke, it has been specifically formulated to match the taste of the real thing. But how similar is it really? To put Coke’s claims to the test, we subjected our co-workers to a blind taste test. Show More Summary

Is Coca-Cola Going Flat?

This post originally appeared on Business Insider. Too many times in recent months, headline writers have had reason to write that "Coke is losing its fizz." Pepsi-Cola surpassed Diet Coke to become the second biggest soda brand in the U.S. Show More Summary

The Soda-Cancer Connection

Drinking Diet Coke, Dr. Pepper, or any dark-colored soda may raise your cancer risk, according to a new study. Here are the details.

When ‘Busy’ is a 4-Letter Word for Leaders

When I first started my career in the late-1990s, I remember being really impressed by people who said they were “slammed”, “buried” or “completely maxed out”. “They must be so important,” I thought, as I chugged my third Diet Coke … [Read more...] The post When ‘Busy’ is a 4-Letter Word for Leaders appeared first on Lindsey Pollak.

America Has a New No. 2 Soda, and It's Not Diet

One small slide for Diet Coke, one giant leap for Pepsi? While Coke has retained its crown, Pepsi has replaced Diet Coke as the second-most consumed soda in the US by volume. According to 2014 industry data via Beverage Digest, both actually saw volume fall, but Pepsi's 1.8% dip...

Friday Morning Stir

-Dulux launched a new campaign featuring an Old English Sheepdog puppy (video above). -YouTube is experimenting with ultra HD video. -Digiday lists “9 brands to watch out for on the Apple Watch.” -Pepsi overtook Diet Coke in the number...Show More Summary

MoneyWatch: Diet soda sales slumping; Auto dealers under federal investigation

Peps overtook Diet Coke as the number two soda brand in the U.S. last year. Also, the federal government is investigation auto dealers for false advertising and deceptive loan practices. Jill Wagner reports on the day's top MoneyWatch stories.

America has fallen out of love with diet sodas—and possibly for good

Towards the end of the 1990s, more than a decade and a half after Diet Coke was first introduced, Coca-Cola found itself in a rut. The soda maker's best-selling low calorie drink, popular as it had become, appeared to be topping out in reach. The same was true of cola's archrival Diet Pepsi, as well as the rest […]

Need to Justify Your Diet Coke Addiction? Two Words: Lipstick Experiment. Enjoy!

I have two major addictions: Diet Coke and lipstick. I drink at least one of the former daily; I own an inconceivable number of the latter. In some ways my addictions are fairly easy to justify (i.e., at least it isn't crack cocaine), but really the amount of lipstick I own and Diet Coke I drink is my not-so-secret shame. Show More Summary

The Soda-Cancer Connection

Drinking Diet Coke, Dr. Pepper, or any dark-colored soda may raise your cancer risk.

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