Facebook: it’s the largest social media platform on the internet, offering its over 2 billion users a chance to connect with people around our world. But what happens when the liberating power of technology begins clashing with the special interests of corporations and countries? In a damning new report by The Intercept, journalist Glenn Greenwald
In the U.S. alone, there are an estimated 400 people that drown each year in vehicles that become trapped under water. While it may be hard to fathom how that can happen, it’s easier than you might think. Just imagine that you’re driving down the road and an animal suddenly darts out in front of
White chocolate, silence, and Palmer United. Memes, Kickstarter, and body-fat percentage. Jack Daniel’s bottles wrapped up with string. These are a few of my favourite things! Well, that’s according to Facebook’s ‘ad preferences’ database. This is a weird, hidden page dedicated to what Facebook knows about you. And I mean exactly what they know about
So you answered all the Christmas cracker riddles, smashed your nearest and dearest at your annual game of Monopoly, but are you really among the smartest people in the world? If like me you were a bit too sozzled to figure out the answers to the contents of your Christmas crackers and see Monopoly as
According to researchers, Matthieu Ricard is the happiest man in the world, despite the fact that his profession makes him unusual person to hold this title. He is a French, but at certain point of his life decided to turn his back to Parisian intellectual life and move to India in order to study Buddhism.
African Astrology Uses Geomancy And Is One of the Most ACCURATE You’ll Ever Read (Which One Are You?)
First of all, you should know that the African Astrology in one of the most primitive and most accurate forms of astrology, and it is based in Geomancy. The beginnings of African astrology are found in the development of the ancient African civilizations. The current belief is that the Africans were the most primitive of
Moms everywhere know the struggle of post-baby bulge, or that extra bit of flab that leaves their bellies wiggly and jiggly. It seems like all of the crunches in the world can’t flatten their stomachs again. Still, few know the scientific term behind this common complaint. Also called diastasis recti, it occurs during pregnancy as