1.) First was Black Friday and then yesterday was Cyber Monday. Today, here’s an opportunity to bring back the spirit of the season on “Giving Tuesday.” Dreamed up by New York’s 92nd Street Y, NPR has described the idea as something “to get people excited about giving in the same way they might get excited about buying a big screen TV at a bargain price. More than 1,400 groups are participating nationwide today in the “Giving Tuesday,” looking to jumpstart the holiday giving season.
2.) Have any of your Facebook friends posted a message that looks and sounds legal, announcing their photos and personal details are their own copyrighted property? Consider this another Facebook or internet hoax. Even if you, or they, think they’re in the right, they’re not. When you signed up with Facebook, you gave them the right to use anything you post pretty much any way they want, unless you delete it. If you really want to make certain Facebook doesn’t use things you post, you’ll need to delete your account.
3.) Would you like to have a emotionless face, devoid of expression? Probably not, unless you're a professional poker player. Since very few people can maintain a real poker face, Dr. Jack Berdy of New York City offers a service that he calls "Pokertox." The doctor will inject Botox appropriately so the other poker players can’t tell if his patients are angry, disappointed or happy with their hand. Pokertox costs an average $600 to $800 and lasts three to four months.