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Early humans 'kept their chin up'

‘A new theory suggests that our male ancestors evolved beefy facial features as a defence against fist fights.

The bones most commonly broken in human punch-ups also gained the most strength in early “hominin” evolution. 298 more words

Evolution

Why I Might Switch To Jawbone Up

So right now I am using a Fitbit Flex as my go to, to track my health and see how much steps I am taking per day. 148 more words

App

Google Has Been Trying To Map the Human Body, Create Superhuman Blueprint, Cure Disease

Google obviously has some big goals. They want to make cars that drive themselves, index all of the world’s information, map the entire planet, … 257 more words

Needs a title

This has not been the most prolific blog experiment, I do realize. Nevertheless, here I am again, trying to see if anything grows.

Ok, on the subject of moving, an excellent walk today, again with my friend Jen.(I’m already sensing a little theme here.) At only 1:18 pm: 206 more words

Fitbit

Three car technologies that know when you're too sleepy to drive

Driverless cars like the one above, are still quite a ways off into the future, but it’s easy to understand why robots might be safer drivers than people. 363 more words

Internet Of Things

Yves Béhar sells his design agency to Chinese PR firm BlueFocus

Industrial design guru Yves Béhar is selling 75 percent of his design firm, Fuseproject, to Chinese conglomerate BlueFocus Communications Group, reports say.

Béhar, who’s worked at Frog design and Lunar Design on projects for Apple and Hewlett-Packard among others, founded Fuseproject in 1999. 164 more words

Business

And Now a Word from Our Sponsors!

“Today, I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the earth.” Lou Gehrig

Its just an expression really,,I haven’t got any sponsors… unless you count the one at Over-eaters Anonymous ! 1,152 more words