For most of us, our daily commute to work involves getting in our car, sitting in traffic or waiting for the bus to arrive. For others it might be a combination of walking, catching the train, taking a bus or cycling for 20 minutes to arrive at our office safe and sound. Even though we … Continue reading Commuting To Work In The Future
There have been widespread concerns about the fact that social media platforms such as Facebook may be breaching privacy laws. Given the hearing currently underway in which Facebook has been implemented in a privacy breach scandal, people are now wondering just how far down the rabbit hole it may go. Could, for example, Facebook tap … Continue reading Is Facebook Listening To Me?
Colours, for the most part, go unnoticed in our daily lives. Mostly, people tend to only notice when colours make an unexpected appearance, such as with flowers suddenly blooming. These colours will be acknowledged, and appreciated, while those we see all the time are simply overlooked. But make no mistake; when it comes to attracting … Continue reading The Psychology Of Colours
Veganism is not totally new, but it is taking off in a way that has not been seen before. The number of self-identifying vegans in the United Kingdom has risen by 350% in the last decade, and things are even more impressive across the pond. In the United States, that figure climbed 600% between 2014 … Continue reading Living the Vegan Lifestyle
Universities the world over are shedding the image of the stuffy institution whose quality education is the sole privilege of the lucky few. In doing so, they have created one of the greatest life hacks ever: Massive Open Online Courses. More than 800 institutes of higher learning in Sweden and in many other countries have … Continue reading Amazing Free Online Courses from Universities
Modern couples often move in together before they decide to tie the knot, so by the time they start planning a wedding, they already have a household that includes beloved pets. Cats and dogs are common, but snakes, iguanas, birds, tortoises, pot-bellied pigs and even horses could also be ‘part of the family’ at this … Continue reading The Rise of the Pet-Friendly Wedding
Most science fiction films will have a number of alien life forms on display. From the mostly humanoid looking aliens in Star Trek, to the far less lovable xenomorphic creatures in the Aliens franchise and the weird little green men that have graced the reels of popular casino games, there are extra-terrestrial life forms aplenty … Continue reading Have We Found Aliens?
We all make hundreds of decisions every day, including what to have for dinner, what show to watch, what to wear and other small decisions. Sometimes we make big pronouncements and resolutions too, such as if we should move countries or jobs, or what to name our children. If you feel like you simply can’t … Continue reading Take a Risk in a Restaurant with Roulette
Running is one of the most universal sports on the planet. While marathons were once considered an extreme test of the sports elite, today, marathons attract thousands of participants from all over the world. Over the last few decades, there has been a significant increase in the number of marathon participants. This can be attributed … Continue reading The Best Marathons to Run in 2018
Most will agree that nature conservation is something that needs to be taken seriously. And, in most cases, the illegal poaching of animals has been brought under control to at least some degree. But one area of illegal poaching that is still a major concern is rhino poaching. In South Africa where roughly 80% of … Continue reading A Closer Look at the Rhino Horn Poaching Trade