Take a look at any employment site, and you’ll see job descriptions packed with jargon—words and phrases that are used so much, they’ve become meaningless. This lazy language makes job seekers’ eyes glaze over, but it can be tough for hiring managers and recruiters to stop using it. Show More Summary
Since it’s Thanksgiving weekend let’s get reflective about gratitude, cinematic and otherwise. One thing we need to remind ourselves in this frightening time for the LGBTQ community (with homophobes and racists soon in power) is that this… Read The post Give Thanks for These Gay Movies: Moonlight, Lazy Eye, Best Worst Thing, From Afar, and More… appeared first on Towleroad.
So much to watch, so little time.
Check out this fat lazy bastard from last night: I had to push him off the damned couch to get him to come to bed. If I hadn’t, as soon as my eyes closed he would be at the damned door bitching to get in.
In a recent study, an iPad-based series of video games was used to treat lazy eye. The results were surprising.
Kids with lazy eye — or amblyopia, the medical term for the condition — may improve their vision by playing a specially designed iPad game, a new study finds.
Lucas Near-Verbrugghe and Aaron Costa Ganis discussed depictions of nudity and love in gay films.
In the past, when children's eyes go wandering, we have used a patch to force the lazy (known as amblyoptic) eye to work harder and strengthen its muscles up. However, an iPad game has been found that might do the work faster. More »
An L.A. graphic designer seeks a respite and reconnects with an old flame in Joshua Tree in writer/director Tim Kirkman’s sexy and emotional “Lazy Eye.” Dean (Lucas Near-Verbrugghe), burned out on the mundanity of his job, drives out to the desert to clear his head and invites along a recently...
Just call it an eye-pad.
Imagine being James Baldwin in 1957. You crack open a fresh issue of Dissent Magazine to stare down the barrel of an essay called “The White Negro” by noted white person, Norman Mailer. Exactly how deep is your eye roll? No matter how annoyed you might be at this, and how stupidly tone-deaf it might appear to you, it’s not exactly a novelty. Show More Summary
Some may think of gamers as lazy, but there is actually tons of physical and cognitive health benefits to playing video games. 1. Improved vision "Don't sit so close to the TV" is common parental warning to protect kids' eyes, but gaming...Show More Summary
Kids from less affluent homes, even when they have health insurance, are not as likely as others to get vision screenings that can identify conditions like lazy eye before the damage becomes irreversi...
Upon first hearing about a MEN IN BLACK/JUMP STREET crossover, I couldn't help but roll my eyes. The idea seemed so unabashedly lazy and, frankly, Hollywood. Hollywood is always looking to milk the next big franchise, and MIB 23 certainly seemed like that very concept taken to the next level. Show More Summary
Given that the iPhone 7 doesn’t look to be a huge upgrade, many had their eyes and fingers ready for Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7. There have been many leaks for the past week and now, even Android Authority is asking if Samsung got lazy with the Note 7. Show More Summary
On a lazy Wednesday in July, Kevin Garnett was watching The Price Is Right, when something on his television caught his eye: Que? TF... A video posted by Kevin Garnett (@tic_pix) on Jul 27, 2016 at 11:05am PDT Alright, we should discuss the implications coming from this video. 1. Show More Summary
Post by Liz Alterman. If summer is your favorite season food-wise, you're in for a treat. These Grilled Pesto Chicken Skewers are like a lovely Caprese salad on a stick and they only take a few minutes to make! Erin of Well Plated came...Show More Summary
Everyone rolled their eyes at those people willing to pay to be driven around o catch Pokémon. That was only the beginning. Laziness has reached a new level as people who want to play (but also not really) are paying thousands of dollars to buy Pokémon Go accounts on eBay. Read more...
Can romance make us see things clearer?
For Glamour, by Petra Guglielmetti. This summer, our beauty vibe is basically J.Crew model meets Brigitte Bardot: undone waves with subtle highlights, sun-kissed skin, and a flawless cat eye and red lip—even on the beach. Ha! Just kidding. Show More Summary