Modern advancements in technology have helped shape today’s society. It has made our lives easier by allowing faster communication and easier access to information. However, in spite of all the benefits that we’ve gained from technology, there are also drawbacks. People have become more inclined towards their gadgets and less engaged in the real world. Nowadays, it is not uncommon to see a group of people sitting beside each other but are communicating via Facebook. It kind of sucks, right?
Cinthol, a personal care products brand, aims to change such kind of thinking. They are advocating a world that does not depend on computers and mobile phones. Their latest ad campaign entitled Alive is Offline gives us an idea of what we are missing when we spend most of our waking hours tethered to our phones.
Welcome to a world without buffering. Where you hear a tweet instead of reading one. Where you live a moment and not scroll through it.
In the following video, you will see a man exploring the beauty of the world. Instead of holding on to his phone to take pictures, he experiences the wonders of nature and makes new friends.
Watch the amazing video:
The video leaves us with a very important message: “The world is more beautiful than the world wide web.” Don’t you agree?
Share this video with your friends and family, and tell them about this powerful message.
H/T: Little Things
A Panda-Themed Hotel? Shut Up and Take My Money!
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I love themed hotels! It’s a nicer alternative to staying at generic hotel rooms. I’ve stayed at rooms with themes that go from Star Wars to Roman baths. I’ve thought I’ve seen everything when it comes to themed rooms…and then I see this on the internet. A PANDA HOTEL. There’s panda stuff everywhere – on beds, tables, and chairs. Hotel staff gets to wear panda costumes and walk around looking so hug-worthy.
I scrolled through the pictures and man, it’s just cuteness overload! Check out these pics of The Haoduo Panda Hotel in China’s Sichuan province.
An employee takes his panda mask off and poses for pictures. Behind him, pandas on the Titanic.
Coffee Mixes Around The World. From The Usual Coffee To Something Extraordinary.
Everyone likes their coffee differently. But did you know that these drinks existed?
'Nothing perks you up like a cup of coffee.'
Imagine the long line of customers or the crowded coffee shops everywhere, all for the love of coffee. People just can't get enough of it--young and old ones, male or female, students, workers and many others. Some don't have any vice except being guilty of having too much coffee in just a day.
Coffee contains caffeine which is the most commonly used mood-altering drug. Americans drink coffee on a daily basis, and that figure is thought to be increasing every year. According to WebMD, caffeine can make pain relievers 40% more effective in treating headaches. Coffee consumption has also long been associated with decreased risks of cognitive impairments like dementia, commonly known as Alzheimer's disease. While coffee has its good effects, it's still safer to drink it in moderation.
This Tiny, Lifeless Island in the South Pacific is Home of the World’s Rarest Insect
No, this isn’t a make-believe place. It’s real.
The Ball's Pyramid is a unique land structure found in the The South Pacific, near the Australian east coast. It resembles a castle that has come out of the depths of the ocean in all its glory and magnificence.
What is more interesting is that this structure is actually a remnant of an ancient volcano that emerged from the ocean about 8 million years ago.
A British naval officer, Lieutenant Henry Lidgbird Ball, discovered it in 1788. It is extremely narrow, 1,844 feet high, and it sits alone in the vast ocean.
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