Weekend [Comic]

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Master the World’s Leading CRM With The Salesforce Certification 46-Hour Essentials Bundle (97% Off)

Master the core administration features of the world’s leading CRM with 3 courses and 46 hours of instruction with the Salesforce Certification 46-Hour Essentials Bundle. $39.99 instead of the MSRP of $1,500.00. The Salesforce Certification Essentials Bundle is a 46-hour course bundle covering three crucial Salesforce certifications, all focused around the classic Salesforce version, not […]

How to Make Cup Noodles [Comic]

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2 Billion Cups: How Coffee Brings People From All Around the World Together

If there is one thing people everywhere love, it just might be coffee—more than 2 billion cups are consumed on this planet every single day. In this installment of “Around the World,” we travel to five different countries to sample five different kinds of coffee because, frankly, someone had to do it. From café de […]

Today’s Hottest Deals: Bluetooth 5.0 Beanie, Geek Cookbooks, Roku Streaming Media Player, and MORE!

For today’s edition of Deal of the Day, here are a few great opportunities we stumbled on while browsing the web this morning. Please note that Geeks are Sexy might get a small commission from qualifying purchases done through our posts (as an Amazon associate or a member of other affiliate programs.) –Bluetooth 5.0 Beanie […]

The New Motorola Razr vs. Flip Phone [Animated Comic]

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A 1,000km Cable to the Stars – The Skyhook

Getting to space is incredibly hard, expensive and needs a lot of resources. A more efficient way to get there is a Skyhook (or Spacetether), an ever rotating cable with a counter weight, that catapults spaceships from earth orbit into the depths of space. [Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell]

When You Have Cancer, But You’re Fine: Cancer Overdiagnosis

Studies suggest that if you made full-body scans part of your regular routine, you’d find a bunch of cancers over the years, but it wouldn’t change your odds of having a life-threatening cancer. This is mostly because our definition of cancer is a little too broad. [SciShow]