Sharp unveiled a new smartphone that's got everyone talking. The new Aquos Crystal series has a slim, "frameless" display screen that spans the entire face of the device. A model with a 5.5-inch screen will debut in Japan at the end of the year.Read Full Story
Here's a quick way to lose friends: Start relentlessly peddling multilevel marketing products on your Facebook newsfeed. If you don't see anything wrong with this, then you're probably an MLM offender — a home business party pusher of one of the favorites like doTerra, Scentsy or Thirty-One. And if none of your friends has had the guts to tell you yet, trust me when I say that no one likes this kind of shameless selling in a safe social media space.Read Full Story
Times are a-changin', and thank God for that. Just a few decades ago, it would have been scandalous to hear of a pageant contestant in a same-sex relationship. Today, two-time Miss Spain winner Patricia Yurena Rodriguez has received an outpouring of encouragement and support for coming out as gay to her followers on social media.Read Full Story
If you've heard of the Internet before, then you've probably heard of the Ice Bucket Challenge. All of the cool kids and celebrities on Facebook are doing it. While social pressure to contribute to a cause can be a wonderful thing, there's always more to the story. Now experts claim that the millions of dollars raised for ALS may not be enough.Read Full Story
Mars and Saturn are astrology’s two malefics. “Malefic” means “harm,” and when these two planets conjoin in a zodiac sign like Scorpio (Aug. 25), then you can expect things to go from bad to worse. It’s a rough passage, and thankfully, it will only last until Sept. 3. This is why it’s so important to listen to the better angels of your nature during this time. It won’t be easy to turn the other cheek, to choose compassion over revenge and to reach out to people who don’t deserve it, but if Scorpio teaches anything, it’s that there’s nothing to gain by engaging in shouting matches. Each side will only get shriller and louder and angrier. To err is human, and to forgive is human, too.Read Full Story
Men who scream, taunt and jeer at women in public aren't just so sexed up they can't contain it. That's not what this harassment really is. Men who approach women, or in some cases men, in public to comment on their attractiveness, good or bad, are committing an act of control over another person. The intention behind the act of yelling catcalls at women isn't to express, “Hey, you seem like a really nice person, maybe we could get to know each other better.” Instead, the message is simply, “I can say or do whatever I want to you because I am more powerful.” It's an act of aggression, not sexy talk. Not desire. The line between street harassment and violence is frighteningly thin.Read Full Story
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