Meet the Twiblings. Author Melanie Thernstrom tells of the extraordinary measures she and her husband took to achieve parenthood, involving an egg donor and two surrogates. (via Metafilter)
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How the world has changed since the year 2000. Since 2000 seems like just yesterday, the differences are particularly jarring.
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If you find yourself disgruntled at going back to work or school, try gruntle.me. You may have to try it more than once, or dozens of times to get gruntled enough. (via Monkeyfilter)
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Giving Alzheimer's patients whatever they want to eat, control over their schedules, and even alcohol helps calm them and control behavior problems. What's really amazing is that this is a relatively new idea for nursing homes. (via Fark)
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Inspired by Insects: 10 Creepy-Crawly Biomimetic Designs. This kind of applied science is how that weird kid who collected bugs grew up and became fabulously rich. (via Not Exactly Rocket Science)
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Automated ketchup, coming soon to a table near you. It might need just a little tweaking first.
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Grave-ly funny: hilarious obituaries. If you're gonna leave, you may as well leave 'em laughing!