Weekly Roundup

Big Think calls their site a knowledge forum, offering to “help you move above and beyond random information, toward real knowledge, offering big ideas from fields outside your own that you can apply toward the questions and challenges in your own life.” If that sounds a little vague just click on the link. 

dealnews scours “over 2,000 online retailers and tens of thousands of deals to deliver the best 200+ deals each and every day — the kinds of deals you'd normally only see on Black Friday. We verify that each deal is valid, the lowest total price we could find, and from a reputable retailer. Then and only then do we post it for you. We take getting a bargain seriously, and then share what we find with you.”

HealthGuru offers health videos for people under 35 years of age, on topics including diet and fitness, mental and emotional health, sexual health, pregnancy, baby health and childcare, beauty and grooming, drugs and alcohol, and more. They explain that “individuals under 35 years old are used to an immersive, rich media experience on the web, not the text-centric offerings commonly found on other health sites. Health Guru was created with cutting edge media - like the largest health video library on the web and interactive applications - so we can offer the experience our audience expects.”

This article attempts to figure out which are the worst roads in the U.S.

When I was a kid you had to buy the book. Today, of course, Guinness World Records is online as well. The only bad thing I can see about making the book is as the oldest living person in the world. That usually means that, despite having managed to live for so many years, you now only have a few weeks left.

Weekly Reminder – A reminder of a useful article you might have missed.
This post asks how do you save money on eyewear and contacts. Make sure to read the comments, too.

Have a good weekend!

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