A recent press release reveals that Xbox gamers play on average 7 different games each month, in (on average) three to four sessions, but an estimated 41 % play for three or four hours each day. Can sustained game playing at this rate really be healthy for those that do it? Microsoft has also published […]
American Idol and Facebook: For the first time last night, those with active Facebook accounts were able to vote for their favorite aspiring singer during the “American Idol” show.
Can a haircut really be that bad? Reports on a number of Justin’s fan blogs are saying that he has lost about 80,000 Twitter fans.
Folk and Rock all time “great” artist, Bob Dylan, sang with two spirited and much younger jam bands, at the Grammies last night. His on stage backing comprised the groups Mumford & Sons and The Avett Brothers, at the 53rd annual Grammy Awards. The most notable was…
Nominet, prompted by Police comments, is opening a stakeholder debate on its current lack of power, or responsibility according to the rules established for it, to close down sites that are illegal under English law.
A controversial video of a mother swinging her baby around, was banned recently by YouTube. They removed the high popularity video from their website, after a home-recorded video recorded by a Russian Mum, created outrage, for showing what she described as “dynamic baby exercises” performed on her child of only 2 weeks old.
A recent study points to genetics as a potential reason that some people seem to be more affected by alcohol than others. Kirk Wilhelmsen, senior author of a paper in the journal Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, thinks that their findings could potentially change what we think we know about alcohol and how it affects […]
Latest Mississippi Studies Confirms Earlier Findings If a new drug were discovered which could cut the rate of heart attacks by 10% or more, many communities would probably make it available to residents, especially if the cost savings from fewer heart attacks were greater than the cost of the program. Yet a new study of […]