All Hallow’s Eve is just around the corner, but instead of sharing make-believe ghost stories with gullible kids around a campfire, let’s be doubtful adults and scare each other with stories that actually took place instead.
The Philippine Cybercrime Law has been suspended after much uproar from Filipinos in the social media sphere. We now look back into the events that led to the bill’s downfall and pick out lessons that we can learn along the way.
Rock music has long been criticized for songs dabbling on the occult, Satanism, and taboo topics, all of which simply attest to how the genre keeps pushing the artistic envelope to the fullest. However, a recent test seems to prove that rock music promotes a darker and disturbing side of the human race.
Money can buy you happiness, but, as a revealing study conducted by Berkeley psychologists would suggest, it couldn’t afford you empathy. This latest scientific discovery fuels the fire in the argument that having more money correlates to caring less for others.
With Earth Day coming soon, it’s high time we discuss myths that mislead us to our way towards a greener lifestyle.
Breaking box office records is one thing, but there are more reasons why The Hunger Games is not only turning out to be one of the best films of 2012, but also a film adaptation that stands tall over its young adult counterparts that made it to the big screens.
If you think you’ve got Internet browsers all figured out, think again. Although there are popular browsers out there commonly used by web surfers, there are some that showcase better features and have more upside than the ones you already know at the moment. On this post at Lifetickler, we crack down how these browsers measure up against each other.