1.) If strange things have been happening in your house since you’ve moved in, or you have weird feeling when you enter a room at home, perhaps it’s the supernatural. Could it be that someone once died where you live? There’s a website that can let you know. DiedinHouse.com exists in order to tell you if someone once passed away while inside your walls. The site claims to be able to search all 50 states for evidence of death and promises to provide you a “certified report,” all for a price of $11.99 per search.
2.) Wedding rings are a sign of unity between two people and are supposed to be worn at all times. However, a new study is reporting that one in three married or engaged women take off their wedding rings when they are in certain situations out of fear that the ring will ruin their prospects. 1,712 married or engaged women over the age of 18 were interviewed and 35 percent of women stated that they removed their rings at work, while 29 percent said they did so during job interviews. 62 percent of the women who took off their rings during work and 71 percent who removed their rings for a job interview said that they did not want the ring to hurt their career or job prospects. Those women believe that wearing a ring might indicate that they were not planning on working long since they might start a family soon.
3.) If you like your coffee at an exact temperature, there’s a new mug for you. It’s the Smart Mug, which shows you the temperature of its content. LED light indicators on the mug let you know the current temperature levels of the beverage. There are six light indicators that indicate temperatures that are too high, ideal and low. Smart Mug isn't available yet, but you can back the designer's Kickstarter project, which more than 300 people have already done.