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Not Wearing Makeup: Is It Feminism, Laziness, or the Rise of Cosmetic Normcore?

Is makeup going away? Is it the End of Makeup? We’ve seen hordes of #nomakeupselfies—all pale, chapped lips and hooded eyes—on Twitter and Instagram and, oddly, as part of a cancer awareness campaign; we’ve seen New York runways drowned in “raw beauty”; and now, ABC reports, brides are forgoing blush and shadow to achieve a “more natural look” on their wedding day.

Ben Stein: Allowing God in Government Would Help the Drunk, Lazy Poors

Oh, good! Ben Stein, the conservative commentator and actor who you may recognize from Clear Eyes commercials, has something to say about poor people! Listen up, peasants! This is for your own good. Read more...

Your X-Man Mutation: Advanced Reading Abilities

Does stereoblindness caused by amblyopia (“lazy eye”) grant “superpowers” to avid readers? Giovanni Garcia-Fenech’s ophthalmologist seems to think so.

Link discovered between sharp vision and the brain's processing speed

Middle-aged adults who suddenly need reading glasses, patients with traumatic brain injuries, and people with visual disorders such as "lazy eye" may have one thing in common - "visual crowding," an inability to recognize individual items surrounded by multiple objects. Show More Summary

20 Celebrities Who Have A Lazy Eye

last monthLifestyle / Fashion : SheFinds

They might be rich, famous, and beautiful, but just like the rest of us, celebrities have imperfections. Tyra Banks has a big forehead, Mark Wahlberg has a third nipple, and Naomi Campbell's hairline's been ravaged by traction alopecia. Show More Summary

Off with your glasses

Middle-aged adults who suddenly need reading glasses, patients with traumatic brain injuries, and people with visual disorders such as "lazy eye" may have one thing in common --"visual crowding," an inability to recognize individual items surrounded by multiple objects. Show More Summary

Want To Keep A Watchful Eye On Your WordPress Install? Here’s How

I have a confession to make. I’m really lazy. I have my own personal WordPress-based blog, but – despite being a hardened geek – I don’t self-host it. I can’t be bothered dealing with the hassle of constantly ensuring that my box hasn’t been popped by a malevolent Internet hacker. Show More Summary

Dick Cheney Has No Regrets, Ctd

A reader writes: Permit this slow reflection from an avid Dish reader over many years, who has tended to skim your Sunday stuff. But two threads recently caught my eye and, as I pondered them over a lazy weekend, I’ve found myself (to the amazement of this life-long agnostic) pushed towards a re-appraisal of Original […]

Using Leap Motion And Oculus Rift, This Game Tries To Correct Lazy Eye

Diplopia has raised more than $20,000 on Indiegogo and just got accepted to Leap Motion's accelerator. James Braha had spent years dreaming up ways to fix his strabismus, a condition more commonly known as crossed eyes. He had contemplated...Show More Summary

Andy Samberg's The Lonely Island Inks Multi-Year Deal at Fox

The trio behind memorable "SNL" digital shorts like "Lazy Sunday" and "Dick in a Box" will oversee development on comedy projects for the web with an eye on bringing them to TV. read more

Does Your Child Have Lazy Eye?

Raising children is a joy, but when you’re concerned that your child has a medical problem, it can be stressful, as well. If you’re concerned that your child has lazy eye, you might not need to be as concerned as […] Be the first to comment... Show More Summary

VR game could help restore 3D vision

Now funding on Indiegogo, Diplopia is a game that uses virtual reality and motion sensing to treat common vision problems such as lazy eye.

Oculus Rift Game Could Help Treat Lazy Eyes

5 months agoTechnology : Walyou

A new game that works with the Oculus Rift headset, called Diplopia, claims to be able to help treat lazy eyes, crossed …

Can an Oculus Rift game treat crossed/lazy eye?

Can Oculus Rift retrain your brain and eyes to see in three dimensions again? Can it treat conditions such as Strabismus (crossed eye) Diplopia (double vision) and Amblyopia (lazy eye)? A Rift game called Diplopia claims it can. "Measurable improvements" can be achieved in a month, and it's effective on adults as well as children. Show More Summary

Take 5: Cozy Throw Blankets

As the colder months approach, snuggling on the couch with a warm blanket and a hot beverage becomes one of my favorite things to do. Here are 5 cozy blankets that caught my eye and would be perfect for a lazy Sunday afternoon. READ MORE »

The Financial Crisis Through The Eyes of the Millennials

The slackers are inheriting the earth and that may save us all. They are not lazy or stupid, and they won't blindly buy into the same bunkum the boomers were sold. The "greed is good" mentality got us into this mess anyway. The Millennial's...Show More Summary

Keloid by Big Lazy Robot

The eye candy in Keloid by Big Lazy Robot is awesome! Please take a look at some of the humanoid and robot designs by Aaron Beck. Posted on Motionographer Posted on Motionographer

AMY ADAMSShopping in LA

Big Eyes actress Amy Adams always seems to look polished, even when she’s just out and about town on a lazy afternoon. Yesterday the star looked beautiful in the LA parking lot of Office Depot. Case in point! Amy donned … Continue reading »

The Red Band Trailer For ‘That Awkward Moment’ Reminds Us That Bros Will Be Bros!

6 months agoEntertainment / Film : FilmDrunk

BROS! Call that pledge with the lazy eye that got kicked out of school last week for pissing in the arts fountain and tell him he’s on Double D duty [...]

Rooney Mara's Jaw Dropping Shadow That You Can Rock, Too

6 months agoLifestyle / Beauty : BellaSugar

Nail Rooney Mara's burgundy eye look - The Fashion Spot Is styling your hair in a ponytail just flat-out lazy? - xoVain Beauty tips Southern Belles swear by - HuffPost Style How Twitter helped catch hair thieves - The Cut Should youShow More Summary

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