...by reading their minds, and more.
"Hi, are you lady Gaga? Whats up with your face?"
As sales of e-reading devices rise, Schools.com ask the question "Are books going to become an endangered species?"
A few weeks ago, I watched a solid, white airplane trail remain visible while the plane flew over my head heading from east to west. I tried to tell my husband what I was seeing, but I couldn't remember what it was called. "A contrail, you mean?" he asked. Yes, that. Clearly I have something to learn here.
Last night, on the 10th of September 2012, I sat at my desk, wondering what HITC Life should do. Mention it? Not? And why had I never had this conundrum before? Maybe it's because I was in New York City that day, checking out the spectacle as I walked west on 13th Street.
So flipping cute. These twin girls get their groove on while Daddy plays guitar.
Sick bags at the ready: here are the UK's top 20 most hated pet names for women.
Everyone seems to be talking about them; all the papers are full of the stories of these Olympians we've never heard of before. Is this just because it's going on in London? What’s happening?
Almost half of us have purchased something online we wouldn't have bought in person. And more than half of us have resolved a consumer complaint...through Facebook.
And we love FedEx.
Alan Bailes, who was fired by FirstGroup in Bristol after the false result, wins substantial compensation from employment tribunal
A new e-reader allows users to replace offensive words with more palatable alternatives, with settings ranging from ‘clean’ to ‘squeaky clean’
Wiltshire monument may have been equivalent of ‘an ancient Mecca on stilts’ according to an idea put forward by former museum director Julian Spalding