Are We Ready For Amazon Go?

Amazon just launched a futuristic store called Amazon Go. You walk in, tap your phone on a turnstile, grab what you need, confirm the purchase and leave.  No checkout, no lines. As consumers are we even ready for this?

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10 Facts You Didn’t Know About Tesla Motors & Elon Musk

To showcase the work Elon has done with Tesla, Stanley-R-Harris has created “10 Facts You Didn’t Know About Tesla Motors and Elon Musk”.

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How to Prepare for Winter Driving

For those new to winter driving, handling highways with snow and ice may be daunting. There are some tips and tricks to winter driving to keep you safe no matter the weather, but they start with proper preparation.

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The Ultimate Guide to Micro-Influencers

Micro-influencers are your best brand asset that you didn’t even know about. They may not have millions of followers like mega-influencers have, but what they do have is the key to driving the most conversions for your brand.

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5 Ways Sitting is Killing You

Learn how to improve your lifestyle for positive health and wellness benefits by sitting smarter, standing more often, tracking your activity, doing a simple yoga move, and more.

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Why Gardening is Good for You

Did you know that gardening could reduce the risk of hart attack or stroke by as much as 27%. It could also reduce your chance of obesity by as much as 62%. In this infographic by What Shed, discover why gardening is good for you.

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Pantone’s Color of the Year and How You Can Use It for Business

Pantone calls itself “the world-renowned authority on color,” and perhaps rightfully so. The company has been in business since 1963, when its founder devised the Pantone Matching System, a standard scheme for identifying and communicating different shades and hues. At the turn of the millennium, the company launched the project, “Color of the Year.” For seventeen years now, Pantone’s color forecasting has been a self-fulfilling prophecy. Different industries worldwide refer back to it when releasing new trends

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A Modern History of Social Workers

This timeline infographic by Aurora University covers key events in the history of social work during the 19th and 20th century. Milestones range from early parish outreach to the acceptance of Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) graduates into the National Association of...

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Keeping Millennials Out Of Debt

Stopping student loans before they start is the best path to financial peace. Learn more about minimizing student loans in the following infographic from Refinance Student Loans.

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The Old Farmer’s Almanac vs. The Farmer’s Almanac

The Old Farmer’s Almanac and The Farmers’ Almanac have been predicting the weather since the time of George Washington. The almanac’s forecast weather as far as 18 months ahead. How accurate are these predictions? That depends who you ask. Meteorologists are skeptical of the almanacs’ weather forecasting methods, while others swear by them.

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ADHD in Children

ADD/ADHD is a condition affecting both children and adults; estimates suggesting approximately 300,000 or more Canadians are diagnosed each year. Both diseases cause disabling symptoms that impede development and impair social function. ADHD is a mental disorder that interferes with the learning process, impedes social and cognitive development, and can be a precursor to a variety of other conditions.

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Average Gas Prices in the U.S. Through History

Gas prices have shocked Americans at the pump for the last ten years or more. Really, since the early to mid 1970’s, gas prices have been rising and spiking quite frequently. It’s only in recent years that prices have settled and fallen. Prices at the pump in 2015 felt very similar to those in 1929 when you compare them both in 2015 dollars.

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10 Facts You Didn’t Know About Tesla Motors & Elon Musk

Elon Musk is a South African-born Canadian-American business magnate, investor, engineer and inventor. Basically he’s a real-life Iron-Man (without the suit… as far as we know). Musk is most well known for his work with Tesla Motors, the American automaker and energy storage company, originally founded by Martin Eberhard & Marc Taroenning.

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File Collaboration: Linking iPhones to Desktops

Reliable file synchronization software enables us to transfer data from our mobile to desktop and other devices without compatibility issues during cross-platform operations. We need to use steadfast file collaboration tools that provide cloud solutions without...

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The Road Ahead: Yesterday’s Concept Cars

For nearly 100 years, auto makers around the world have been creating exciting concept cars for what their vision is of the future of the passenger car. Unfortunately, we never really lived up to those expectations. Even some of the ground-breaking features seen in concept cars in the 1930s, 40s, and 50s, still haven’t been seen in a commercially released vehicle to date.

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Losing Weight by Drinking Coffee

The primary reason you can lose weight by drinking coffee is because caffeine increases your metabolism. With a higher metabolism, you will burn more fat throughout the day. This increase could be as much as 11% as demonstrated in scientific studies. Furthermore, the chlorogenic acid in coffee reduces the amount of carbohydrates you absorb from your food.

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The United States Ranked by Tallest Building in Each State

The United States is obsessed with skyscrapers. In cities all around America, architects and city planners are looking to the sky. The tallest building in the United States is common knowledge: One World Trader Center. Obviously that is also the tallest building New York State. But do you know the tallest buildings in the other 49 states and Washington D.C.?

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20 Types of Kitchen Knives And Their Uses

The modern day kitchen is a hodge-podge of cooking utensils and ingredients from around the world. Gone are the days of one type of cuisine and today we enjoy a worldly platter that would make our ancestors drool with jealousy. These are the most commonly found kitchen knives. In the following infographic, A Sharp Slice takes a look at 20 types of kitchen knives and their uses.

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Playtime With Blind and Visually Impaired Children

Blind children are vulnerable to having their play restricted, but in many ways, they need it more than sighted children. It helps improve their curiosity and independence, as well as contributing to personality development. In this infographic from WoodenToyShop.co.uk, learn ways to do playtime with blind and visually impaired children.

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Bubble Wrap: A Short History

Learn some interesting facts about bubble wrap rolls, one of the extensively used packaging and shipping materials today. They offer a solid packing solution for most of the objects ranging from home furniture to all consumer goods. Its innovative and convenient form has earned the Bubble wraps the title of ”A Modern-Day Wonder”.

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Office Design -The Costs of Doing Too Little

Unhappy workers cost employers losses of $550 billion annually. Can employers reduce these losses if the root of this unhappiness is uncovered? The team at Pots, Planters and More surveyed 1,000 Americans who work in traditional office spaces to see the impact that office design and decor has on productivity and happiness at work. The results are visually displayed in the following infographic.

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How to Prepare for Winter Driving

For those new to winter driving, handling highways with snow and ice may be daunting. There are some tips and tricks to winter driving to keep you safe no matter the weather, but they start with proper preparation. Whether you are a novice snow driver or driving in snowy conditions is old hat, staying prepared will keep you and other drivers safe behind the wheel.

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How to Find a Plumber You Can Trust

If you’ve got a leaky tap or broken toilet that needs fixing, and you don’t have the skills, hiring a plumber is a necessity. Hiring a plumber is not as easy as picking someone from the yellow pages or Google search. So how do you choose who to hire? In this infographic, Radiator Valves 4u will show you easy steps to take, to ensure that you make the best choice for you, your home and your peace of mind.

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53 Must-Have Features for Local Business Websites

Are you a local business owner? Does your website have all the necessary features which is crucial for a local business website? The team at WebAlive has put together the following infographic which covers all the key features of a local business website. [Click here...

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20 Highly Effective Potty Training Tips

Potty training infuriates even the mellowest mom and most delighted dad – plainly put, it’s sort of crappy. This is where knowing a few potty training tips helps. These might not guarantee a diaper-free existence, but they’re a good start. Yep, urine luck when you try the following highly effective potty training tips from Parenting Passage.

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