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How The Internet Is Destroying Your Brain

It has been theorized for basically as long as the Internet has been publicly available that being online can make you seriously, clinically depressed. It’s not an assertion made without evidence, as numerous surveys of infrequent-to-addicted internet users show a positive correlation between their number of web surfing hours logged and their subsequent feelings of sadness, isolation, and alienation. Some critics postulate that heavy use of the internet more than doubles a person’s chance of being depressed;others say that the internet might not be depression’s trigger so much as it is its refuge.

When communicating in person, the entire interaction is punctuated with non-verbal cues that can totally supercede the meaning of the words within it. Absent the conversation partner right in front of you to indicate his or her sarcasm or sincerity, you have only your own filters through which to interpret the language. It should come as no surprise that your internal filters are surprisingly dependent on your present mood; thus a semantically ambiguous phrase like “no thanks” sent after a particularly rough commute home is much more easily-absorbed as a sardonic dismissal instead of–and perhaps how it was intende–a mere polite refusal.

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How to cancel all pending Facebook sent friend requests at once

Facebook has become an addiction for many but surely it has its own advantages. Facebook have become popular social networking platform for staying connected with your friends and share seamless information with them. Still as per reports, as many as 10 percent of Facebook's accounts are fake.

Many of you may have come across a situation of adding many friends at once and still those requests are pending. Canceling them individually could be a slightly tedious task, but with some of below tricks, you do it at once. Just remember if you add many friends continuously, Facebook may ban your account temporarily or permanently.

Just go to on your Chrome browser, Login with your details.

Now click on link below (Facebook Mobile version),

Right click - > Inspect
Now Go to "console" in top tabs as shown below and paste following script followed and hit Enter.

Javascript:var inputs = document.getElementsByClassName('_54k8 _56bs _56bt');

for(var i=0; i < inputs.length; i++) {



That's all, all your requests open on that page will be deleted.

(Note: Just ensure to scroll down till all list gets over, this will delete all open requests on the page - to do that you can click on your mouse's scrolling button and mouse down the page will automatically load all friend requests till the very last )

It will display all your pending sent requests.
Open "Inspect" by Right click on the same page.

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UN Urged to add IDF to Blacklist of Child Rights Violators

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres

A network of organizations urged UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Wednesday to add 11 parties to the blacklist of countries and armed groups responsible for grave violations against children, including the Israel Defense Forces (IDF).

The Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict’s recommended additions included the Saudi Arabia-led coalition in Yemen, which was taken off last year’s list by then-UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon after the Saudis and their supporters threatened to stop funding many UN programs.

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4 Ways to Successfully Re-Post Others Content

Re-Posting other peoples content is a great way to feel included in a conversation and get additional traffic. However, simply copying their post word for word won’t give any additional value to your visitors. So here are 4 ways to successfully re-post someone else’s content.

1) Your Thoughts. This is the easiest. Someone else posts on the best way to get traffic from Google and you post your thoughts. You can agree or disagree but it’s your opinion that makes it unique.

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Most searched keywords on Google for 2016

How many times did you search for terms on the Internet last year?

Google’s search engine performed 1.2 trillion searches in 2016.

Google Trends, part of the American company, kept records of the most popular search terms. From the Summer Olympic Games to terrorist attacks to the presidential election in the United States, 2016 was filled with news.

Many of us turned to search engines for more information about the news or about fun subjects, such as ice cream, popular culture and television programs. But have you ever wondered what everyone else was searching for online?

Google Trends has developed a list of Breakout Trends. It shows the most popular online searches. You can see which terms people searched for most on Google by month, Overall Most Popular, and by area.

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Microsoft Windows 8 Preview

Windows 8 Consumer Preview has arrived. A prerelease version of Windows 8, it's Windows reimagined and reinvented. Check out this video to see how the new touch interface gives you natural, direct, hands-on control of your PC.

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Countries with the most billionaires:

USA (413), China (115), Russia (101), India (55) and Germany (52).

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The Best Home Toothache Remedies

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Shooting-up the record books: Latest Call of Duty video game makes $400m in its first 24 hours of going on sale!!

By the third time around, it really shouldn't be a surprise.

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Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D (2011)

Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D (2011)

Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D (2011) DvDrip XviD-sD [FAP]

Language: English
87 Min | 624 x 352 | XviD – 785Kbps | 23.976fps | MP3 – 128Kbps | 579 MB
Genre: Action | Adventure | Comedy

A retired spy is called back into action, and to bond with her new step-children, she invites them along for the adventure to stop the evil Timekeeper from taking over the world.


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