Reading mental_floss on a regular basis might not make you addicted to the internet (or it might!), but the truth is, according to this infograph, our usage and dependency in general has skyrocketed in the past few years. The concept may not be surprising, but some of the numbers are!
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Who are those people writing Yelp reviews? You may be one of them! Artist Jessica Wassail pairs Yelp reviews with her conception of what the reviewers might look like. Some interesting ideas abound!
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Nerve.com's Internet Meme Hall of Fame: Minimalist Movie Posters. Neat work from some awesome designers -- you may even appreciate the complexity of the Back to the Future trilogy like never before.
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Don't feed the animals! Especially if it's junk food - picking up food scraps has caused some birds to become obese and lose the ability to fly.
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... But do feed yourself these seven foods that may help you have more energy, calm your nerves, and even sleep!
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If you're visually oriented like me, you'll like visual recipe instructions. But take it one step further like Draw and Cook did, and it becomes art. (Thanks Jan!)
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This one goes out to the science ragers, or anyone who wants to know "... is that possible?" Sure, most movies operate on a giant platform of disbelief, but there are times where they utilize science well ... and other times when they completely drop the ball. Blick on Flicks reviews these films "pointing out where the physics is stretched, the chemistry fudged, or the biology twisted on behalf of the story—without losing sight of the fact that movies are meant to entertain."
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