December 18, 2018

Archives for August 4, 2017

Tech nostalgia

When tech nostalgia goes too far By Edgar Alvarez From engadget Just because you can doesn’t mean you should. Nintendo had a bonafide smash on its hands with the NES Classic. And it looks like the SNES mini console will fly off of store shelves just as quickly. But it’s not the only company looking […]

Beer myths

7 of the most common myths about beer, debunked By Kevin Loria and Skye Gould From Business Insider Skye Gould/Business Insider Beer has been around for thousands of years. And though it’s one of the most popular beverages in the world, it’s also commonly misunderstood. Even regular drinkers frequently cite myths about how beer can […]

Olwomen story of the week

Gorgeous Coral Dresses Part 2 By Jenny Smith From Olwomen Fashion generates from the aspiration of looking different than others. Coral, being an attention engaging and somewhat loud color tone is marvelously befitting to enhance the glamour of a designer dress. The rich color is exuberant in all its variations from light to dark shades […]

Mexican drug cartel forces new members to eat their victims

From Newsmax Two teens reportedly confessed to eating the flesh of their murder victims as part of an initiation into a rising Mexican drug cartel, the San Antonio Express-News reported Tuesday. The newspaper reported El País, an international publication, described the horrifying cannibalism by initiates into Jalisco New Generation cartel. According to El País, the […]

Bitcoin splits as new currency takes off

By Chris Baraniuk From BBC News A new version of Bitcoin has been mined for the first time in the crypto-currency’s history. Bitcoin Cash is the result of months of debate and development over how the currency would continue to evolve. Fears of large swings in the value of Bitcoin have so far not been […]