A Different Kind of Time Traveling: Send Messages to Relatives 100 Years in the Future
It is only recently that we have been confronted with planning our digital afterlives, yet as technology advances at an alarming speed, there seems to be more and more to plan for. Services like IfIDie have emerged, sending passwords, notes, and even automatic Facebook posts in the event of... »
This Too Shall Pass: Tips for Finding the Peace and Calm You Need to Survive Election Day
This election cycle has brought on a nationwide level of anger, anxiety, fear and myriad other emotions not seen in most of our recent memories.  The only guarantee we have is that this too, shall pass, and (hopefully) we will emerge a stronger and better nation for it.  In... »
South Koreans Experience Own Death by Being Nailed Into a Coffin
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to experience your own funeral? In South Korea, it has become all the rage. While some people are personally compelled to envisage their own deaths, others are sent by their businesses as part of a motivational program to better appreciate... »
93-Year-Old Viacom Mogul Sumner Redstone Changes Up His Trust
Sumner Redstone, the controlling shareholder in both Viacom and CBS, removed Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman and board member George Abrams from his trust, appointing his lawyer and a family friend to replace them. He also removed the two Viacom execs from their directorships of National Amusements, his holding company,... »
“Songs About Us”: A Teaching Tool for Young Adults with Special Needs
Muzic School is a new record label dedicated to empowering children with Autism and special needs through the concept of Edutainment. Their first album, Songs About Us, is a compilation of social stories set to song. Commonly practiced ideas, lessons, tasks and goals are communicated to developmentally delayed young... »