Lifespans may already be increasing steadily, but the current progression isn’t fast enough for some. Extending life, or rather, putting off death, has become the singular goal of various companies and organizations.
photo by © Roman M France 2014. At some point during our lives, most of us have been instilled with the idea that sharing is a value we ought to adopt. Luckily for commuters, travellers, and just about any persons on the move, budding transportation startups like Lyft, Via, and Spinister are making sure that the […]
Images courtesy of Wikimedia Commons, modified by Curiousmatic. What is the U.S. Africa Command, and what does the U.S. gain from increasing their military presence in Africa?
You may think the Internet is open to all – but beyond the regular web addresses like Google and Facebook, there is the Deep Web, a vast expanse of information many times larger than the regular, so-called Surface Web.
Not everyone wants a big, grand house. For many who think less is more, tiny houses are becoming a big trend that promise a simpler, less expensive, less cluttered lifestyle. But tiny houses can come with some big challenges, too. The Tiny Home Movement The idea of thoughtfully-designed little house has been around for a […]
photo by association WDA via Flickr modified by Curiousmatic. When it comes to technology, “the next big thing” is always around the corner. But unfortunately for imaginative tech companies, that “thing” isn’t very easy to come by–even if you’re a staple like Microsoft. Below are four tech products that fell flat on their faces–no tamagotchis […]
Photo courtesy of Nelson L via Flickr. Happiness is on the rise worldwide — with some locations outshining others.
photo by Sasha Kimel via Flickr The transition from government to private sector is not a new occurrence. In fact, switching sides has become prevalent enough to earn its own term — “the revolving door”– and federal regulation to boot. But many are unhappy with the blurred public and private line. Let’s take a look.