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A man is about to buy the new XBox One game console on November 22, 2013 in Paris.
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I grew up in a house of card senders. I sent "thank you" notes after every birthday, and I have fond memories of watching my Dad write addresses on Christmas card envelopes in his perfect print.
Thanks to Nate at The Digital Reader for sending this article my way. It's from a website called The School Library Journal, and it's called "How to Kill a School Library in Ten Easy Steps."
Seasons are changing around this time in each hemisphere across the globe. In some areas, the winter snow has already fallen and is now melting away.
"An enchanting harmony of fuchsia, purple and pink undertones, Radiant Orchid inspires confidence and emanates great joy, love and health.
You can find thousands of Elf mischief ideas on Pinterest. I hotlinked the photo.
There are over 2,000 startups on AngelList that are categorized as "social commerce."
If at first you don't succeed, try, try againto build another social network around users' recent shopping purchases.
Jewelry brand Tiffany & Co. is hoping to increase the number of little blue boxes given this holiday season with its A Very Merry Countdown Facebook app , which highlights gift ideas from its Tiffany Holiday Gift Guide in an advent-calendar-like format.
Unless you've been living under a rock with no wifi, you're well aware of how the internet has exploded into a massive visual scrapbook .
Microsoft's Bing on Monday released its annual list of most searched terms for 2013, and Beyonc beat out reality star Kim Kardashian for the title of the most searched person, while Xbox was the top-searched consumer electronic.
Ever open your to-do list or agenda and just feel tired? Annoyed and stressed at the idea of everything to do and the limited time to do it? Those obligations, it seems, never shrink.
As a guy, shopping for clothes is about as exciting as deciding what to buy at the McDonald's drive-through.