Social Moms Lead the Way to Mobile According to a new eMarketer report, “The Mobile-Social Mom: Speeding the Trend Toward 'Mobile First',” if you want to know who is moving over to mobile social media, look no further than mom. eMarketer estimates that as many as half of all moms with children under 18 in the household will use mobile devices to access social networks in 2012. Moms are on the leading edge of a behavioral shift that has marketers and social networks scrambling. They may soon become the first demographic group who will use the mobile phone or tablet more often than the computer to access social networks. The change is happening due to a number of factors. Moms are highly likely to own one of these mobile devices. Two Men Experience the Pain of Childbirth in Hourlong Simulation So who has it worse, men or women? In the ongoing battle of the sexes , there has always been a debate on who feels more pain. That is the question that the Kensington Church set out to solve with a new video that discusses one very specific type of pain: childbirth. At the beginning of the video, two men walk side by side and one says, "Did you know that according to women, childbirth is the worst kind of pain there is?"
GREEN FLOAT/Shimizu's Dream - Shimizu Corporation Going Beyond CO2 Reduction to Carbon Negative To create a city that absorbs CO2 like a plant, we will employ environmental technologies to achieve a carbon negative system. Switch to a Compact City and Conversion of Industrial Structure (CO2 Reduction: About 40%) Reduce CO2 through more efficient transportation and distribution resulting from the shift to a compact city. Energy Conservation (CO2 Reduction: About 30%) At 1,000m above the equator, the temperature is around a comfortable 26°C.
Baby Games Online - Free Fun Online Computer Games for Infants and Toddlers Our favorite free web activities for toddlers. Many of these may well be educational, but our priority here is that they entertain...otherwise someone's gonna start prying the keys out of the keyboard. This abstract web toy is not designed specifically for babies, but it makes ours laugh like crazy.
Ups And Downs Of A Yoga Mom Meatless Monday: Avocado Toast I’ve found the perfect meal, I think. I eat avocado toast for breakfast, lunch, dinner and a snack. It is easy, can be varied with what you have in the house and always hits the spot! Even better, avocado toast doesn’t require a recipe; you only need a ripe avocado and any kind of bread.... Read more »
Top 5 Qualities Moms Want in Mobile & Tablet Apps Moms are more likely than the general population to own a both a smartphone and a tablet. In 2012, 61% of moms owned smartphones compared to 44% of total consumers, and 22% of moms owned a tablet compared to 16% of other Americans. Moms love to use those devices to download apps that save them time and money. While tech-savvy moms abound these days, this does not mean they are easy to please. Moms expect brands to deliver apps that improve their lives and are user-friendly.
What does a baby really need? Shopping for your new baby is exciting, and a little bit daunting. There's no moment more delightful than holding up your first teeny, tiny babygro and imagining your new bundle of joy all snuggled up inside. But it can be challenging to know just what you should buy for your baby. What exactly do you need? What's the best change table? A workout for working memory People may be able to remember a nearly infinite number of facts, but only a handful of items--held in working memory--can be accessed and considered at any given moment. It's the reason why a person might forget to buy an item or two on a mental grocery list, or why most people have difficulty adding together large numbers. In fact, working memory could be the basis for general intelligence and reasoning: Those who can hold many items in their mind may be well equipped to consider different angles of a complex problem simultaneously. If psychologists could help people expand their working-memory capacity or make it function more efficiently, everyone could benefit, from chess masters to learning-disabled children, says Torkel Klingberg, MD, PhD, an assistant cognitive neuroscience professor at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden. "It could be that working-memory problems give rise to observable behavioral symptoms of ADHD: distractibility and also poor academic achievement," she says.
Planet of Women- Health, Fashion & Beauty Eye makeup is very important. Eyes represent the entire character of anybody. Because eyes are the most substantial segment of our face. Eyes are classified as an entrance towards the heart and soul that demonstrate your internal natural beauty. Women of all ages wish for gorgeous eyes. Poses for Moms Recently Added in Poses for Moms 30-Minute Sequence for a Strong + Stable Core This practice focuses on building core—a strong physical core and a strong emotional core to sustain you through the love and challenges of motherhood. Two Fit Moms’ Good Morning Flow Laura Kasperzak and Masumi Goldman have a practice to wake up even the latest night owls. Wild Thing One poetic translation of Camatkarasana means “the ecstatic unfolding of the enraptured heart.”
The App Arms Race: iOS vs. Android [Infographic] The feud between iOS (Apple's mobile operating system) and the Android mobile operating system keeps heating up. To help marketers better understand the two biggest competitors in the "app arms race," Trademob created the following infographic. The infographic compares the market penetration, user demographics, and advertising related to iOS and Android.
The Week in Bentos: July 14-18, 2014 I have lots of lunches to share this week because both the kids were at preschool and camp. Mostly they are pretty plain (ie: totally do-able) so hopefully they’ll give you some ideas. Also: we are taking a new lunch box out for a spin! This post contains affiliate links. template An eye for the tremes? 2 minute video Here's the idea - the phones, computers and servers we are building are becoming interconnected like neurons in a brain. But this treme machine has no senses to survey the real world. Or does it? With the advent of drones, sending images from their cameras to the cloud we may have found the eyes of the tremes.