Electric Sky Fences Attempt To Mark No-Drone Zones

While some people opt for a privacy fence to keep their animals inside the perimeter of their property, others utilize an electric fence to mark the acceptable zones for dog activity. Now, according to a recent Bloomberg report, a similar technology will be used to mark acceptable drone fly zones. Using a global-positioning system, these geo-fencing systems are an attempt […]

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The Internet Can’t Decide Whether It Loves or Hates Google’s New Logo

Google rolled out its new logo on September 1, marking an end to the long reign of the serif font. The rest of the internet, of course, can’t decide how it feels about the sudden change. Many news outlets have praised the change, which appeared in a Google Doodle on the main page. The animation […]

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Water Slide Video Game Coming To Great Wolf Lodge

While there are over 10.4 million residential swimming pools in the U.S., Americans still love a good water park, and the New York Times recently reported that a few of their favorite water parks would be getting some pretty high-tech upgrades. Described by its inventors as “Guitar Hero inside a water slide,” Slideboarding is the […]

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Burglar Breaks Into Restaurant Through Roof, Falls In Deep Fryer

Approximately 30% of all burglaries happen through an unlocked window or an unlocked door. But other times, criminals can be pretty crafty when it comes to finding an alternate entrance. According to a recent report from WREG Memphis, a popular Midtown restaurant had an unexpected visitor in the form of a bungling burglar, who broke […]

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Custodian Blows Whistle on Mold Problem in Missouri Elementary School

A local mother and former custodian of an elementary school is sweeping the floor with district administrators, blaming them for not being more proactive in ending their mold problem once and for all. According to the Springfield News-Leader, Portland Lloyd recently exposed Delaware Elementary’s dirty little secret of a recurring mold problem that may pose […]

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Massive Sewage Spill Contaminates Famed Waikiki Beach

World-famous Waikiki Beach and surrounding areas of Honolulu’s coastline remained closed Aug. 26 after heavy rainstorms caused 500,000 gallons of sewage to spill out from manholes and into storm sewers leading to the ocean. “All I can do is apologize to the public,” Lori Kahikina, director of environmental services for Honolulu, said at a news […]

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Has the Lost Colony of Roanoke Been Found? New Discovery of Artifacts Suggests It’s Possible

The Lost Colony of Roanoke might have to be renamed into something a little less catchy – specifically, into “The Found Colony of Roanoke,” according to recent reports claiming that archaeologists have finally discovered evidence which they believe to be remnants of the fabled civilization. For hundreds of years, researchers and scholars have toiled over […]

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Emailing Outside of Work Is Bad For You, New Study Says

Email is an integral part of the business world nowadays. It’s a key way to engage consumers,and build real relationships with them, which can have a huge payoff. Research shows that building loyalty with 5% more customers could lead to an increased average profit per customer of 25-100%. Plus, it lets employees to quickly and […]

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