Try Hana Twin Nose, a much cheaper alternative than plastic surgery

Japanese Shop has introduced to its sales network a gadget worth 30 pounds that would change the structure of the nose, so it would look … beautiful. Manufacturers claim that this device is enough to be worn for 20 minutes a day – which will result in strengthening the nasal base. Hana means “nose” in Japanese, while “tsun” means thrusts or filter. In Japan, women decided to try absolutely any way so that can become more beautiful, even if you have to suffer a little.

Stay fit and win your ticket

An interesting campaign in Russia… You have to do 30 sit-ups to get a ticket for access to Subway! Are you using the subway every day? Great news! Well, you can not buy tickets, than through sport. You work, you get the ticket without paying! It seems that the campaign is a success, many people have joined the “game” and earned their ticket doing 30 squats! Would you do that? To get people in the Olympic spirit, for the upcoming 2014 Winter Olympics in Russia, Moscow city officials have set…

Twitter ad products

Twitter’s advertisement items program prospective, however the company may not be in a position to turn it is system directly into a powerful indispensable appliance for marketers, mentioned Larry Chiagouris, a marketing and advertising professor at just Rate College in Brand-new York. Twitter has got sunk a countless money directly into leveraging it is fast fan base, such as allowing marketers to pay for promoted communications which appear within a users feed. However, to date, its confusing whether those efforts are going to be outstanding. The social networking is following…

Do you love math? Shakuntala Devi loved it

Google Search engine celebrates today, the birth of Shakuntala Devi (November, 4, 1929 – April, 21, 2013), the woman who was called “human computer” because of her extraordinary capacity to perform complex mathematical calculations in mind. In 1982, Shakuntala Devi entered in Guinness World Records. Shakuntala Devi was born in Bangalore, India, in a circus artists family who perform trapeze, tamed lions, walking on rope and many magic numbers. In 1980, Shakuntala Devi multiplied correct two 13 digit numbers in just 28 seconds at the Imperial College London. Shakuntala Devi’s…