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January 29, 2014

5 Sexy Celebrity Inspired Styles To Wear This Valentine's Day

5 Sexy Celebrity Inspired Styles to Wear This Valentine's Day

Make this Valentine's Day the one when your boyfriend or husband's jaw drops when he sees what you're wearing. It's easy to get such a reaction when you that a cue from celebrities known for their glamour and style. Maybe you cannot afford the designer dresses that celebrities wear but you can afford dresses inspired by the styles of this year's best-dressed celebrities. Get the look that will make his jaw drop in awe with these five styles that are perfect for a night on the town or an intimate evening at home.

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January 24, 2014

Five Celebrities And Their Skin Care Secrets!

Five Celebrities And Their Skin Care Secrets!

Five Celebrities And Their Skin Care Secrets!

Your skin is the body’s biggest organ. It helps you maintain optimal health by preventing viruses and bacteria from entering your body. Glowing, healthy-looking skin will also help improve your overall appearance. Celebrities are known for their flawless-looking skin. Many of them do not even go under the knife to achieve their flawless look. Below are five celebrities who are known for their flawless beauty and their secrets to keeping their skin looking fabulous:

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It seems that the machines are winning in this digital age where voice-to-text is so prevalent. Many have abandoned the professional services of transcribers because they think that Androids and iPhones do much better jobs at documenting conversations. We are proud to say that the masses are wrong. A recent experiment placed man against machine in the battle for the accuracy and man, professional transcribers that is, defeated the competition. Whereas the machine mistook the word "ago" for "I go," professional transcribers had a knack for hearing and correctly interpreted the text. The playing field between man and technology is a bit more leveled.