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9 Incredible Science Projects by Brilliant Kids

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Science projects are no longer just about poster boards and papier-m

What Does Your State Buy the Most on eBay?

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Nobody loves a Roomba quite like the people of Delaware

From 2013 to 2014, the nation’s “first state” has been the top consumer of robotic vacuums from online shopping hub eBay. The Internet retailer analyzed which items states purchase the most, finding the top 500 brands for each state and then boiling them down to general categories.

From there, eBay figured out which items shoppers buy on its site the most, in all 50 states and Washington, D.C….

12 Useful YouTube Tutorials for New Parents

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If you’re about to become a first-time parent, the thought of diaper duty, burping and other tasks can be intimidating.

But thanks to the Internet, you can put aside your fears. From how to pack the perfect diaper bag to properly swaddling your baby, there are plenty of step-by-step video guides from parenting experts on YouTube

Below, we’ve rounded up 12 especially useful video tutorials to help you prepare for parenthood.

Have…

11 Ways to Make Science Fun for Your Kids

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The vinegar and baking soda volcano is a science fair classic, but making science fun for your kids can mean a lot more than making a mess of your kitchen.

If science at school doesn’t sit with your children, there are plenty of fun and even delicious ways to get them excited about biology chemistry and physics — without a single worksheet.

Check out these 11 projects that can lead to magical and educational moments…

The People Trying to Put Camden Back Together as Guns Tear It Apart

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Amid the crumbling row houses in once-industrial Camden, New Jersey, murals are dedicated to the fallen, hundreds more lost in one of America’s deadliest cities. One is dedicated to a veteran who survived his deployment in Iraq unscathed, only to be shot and killed in his hometown.

“This is not a war you can win in one day,” one Camden police officer said. “This is not a war where you can go and get rid of the bad guys and say, ‘OK guys, here’s your city back.’

“We have to occupy this city…

Top 10 Tech Companies for Culture and Values

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Some companies know exactly how to make their employees happy, and Twitter is at the top of the list.

The social media giant ranked No. 1 out of 25 companies with the best culture and values, according to a new report from job community site Glassdoor.

From Google to Facebook to Apple, 11 tech companies managed to make the list — more than any other industry

Results were based on feedback from people who know these companies the best —…

12 Lifelogging Apps to Help You Raise Your Baby

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Whether you’re a new or veteran parent, there’s no doubt that taking care of little one keeps you on your toes. Staying on top of your child’s doctor appointments, eating habits, sleep schedule and more can be a challenge.

Fortunately, there are plenty of apps out there to lend you a hand. From tracking your baby’s development to storing important health information, lifelogging apps can help you better understand your child’s needs, save time and make parenting a whole lot easier

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Beyond Millennials: How to Reach Generation Z

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Millennials are so last year.

As the generation that inspired countless thinkpieces eases out of the public eye, marketers are honing in on the next wave of consumers: Generation Z. These folks, born in 1995 or later, make up 25.9% of the United States’ population, contribute $44 billion to the American economy and differ from their predecessors in a few key ways.

While millennials — a.k.a. Generation Y — grew up alongside the…

7 Neglected Emoji, and How You Can Use Them

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Far away from our beloved smiley faces, hearts and various anthropomorphic cats are those other emoji — hidden away in the obscure pages of useless keyboards. Neither their meaning nor purpose is clear at first glance, and their lack of utility relegates them to a life of Unicode loneliness in your iPhone or Android.

With dozens of emoji, it makes sense that a few will prosper while others wither away in anonymity. These lonely emoji rarely see the light of day, and with the help of

7 Neglected Emoji, and How You Can Use Them

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Far away from our beloved smiley faces, hearts and various anthropomorphic cats are those other emoji — hidden away in the obscure pages of useless keyboards. Neither their meaning nor purpose is clear at first glance, and their lack of utility relegates them to a life of Unicode loneliness in your iPhone or Android.

With dozens of emoji, it makes sense that a few will prosper while others wither away in anonymity. These lonely emoji rarely see the light of day, and with the help of