Articles by: Sarah Goodwin

First Automated Restaurant Opens in San Francisco: Will Robots Lead to Mass Unemployment?

First Automated Restaurant Opens in San Francisco: Will Robots Lead to Mass Unemployment?

The first fully automated restaurant has now opened in San Francisco. Eatsa uses robots to create and deliver meals. After guests order and pay using an iPad, their meals appear in tiny glass cubicles only 60 seconds after guests are ordered. After guests have eaten their meals, they leave without […]

by March 14, 2016 6 comments Food, Trending
The 7 Most Overlooked Tax Deductions of 2015

The 7 Most Overlooked Tax Deductions of 2015

Some experts believe that one in five filers who prepare their own taxes overlook significant tax deductions. Thankfully, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has released its annual list of most overlooked tax deductions to give you a leg up on your 2015 filing. 1. Hobbies. If you have a hobby […]

by March 11, 2016 7 comments Trending
Scientists May Have Discovered New Species of Ghost-Like Octopus

Scientists May Have Discovered New Species of Ghost-Like Octopus

Scientists are already calling a newly discovered species of octopus Casper, after the popular cartoon character “Casper the Friendly Ghost.” That’s because the heretofore unknown octopus, which was found on the Pacific Ocean floor in the vicinity of the Hawaiian Islands has a ghost-like appearance and seems almost devoid of […]

by March 11, 2016 5 comments Science, Trending
Marketing Meets Fitness and Green Initiatives: London Pizza Chain Uses Runners to Deliver Pizza

Marketing Meets Fitness and Green Initiatives: London Pizza Chain Uses Runners to Deliver Pizza

Yes, you can deliver pizza without using cars. That’s the conclusion of a pizza chain in London, which had previously avoided pizza delivery because of their commitment not to use environment-polluting cars. Sodo is a U.K. chain that prides itself on local ingredients and ethical business practices. Sodo came up […]

by March 10, 2016 3 comments Food, Trending, World
To Live Longer, Do These Exercises at Your Age – 20, 30, 40, 50, and 60

To Live Longer, Do These Exercises at Your Age – 20, 30, 40, 50, and 60

When it comes to health and wellness, one size does not fit all. That’s the reason for that pesky reminder to “consult your doctor” before beginning any diet and exercise program. Although every person is different individually, research has been able to determine which exercises are most beneficial for you […]

by March 9, 2016 4 comments Science, Trending
Muslim American Woman Will Compete for Team USA in Olympics Wearing a Hijab

Muslim American Woman Will Compete for Team USA in Olympics Wearing a Hijab

Ibtihaj Muhammad grew up in New Jersey in a typical all-American family. Her mother was a special education teacher and her father was a narcotics detective. She had three sisters and one brother, and all four kids were expected to compete in sports. Like many Americans, the family took their […]

by March 9, 2016 5 comments Politics, Trending
We Now Know Exactly How OJ Simpson Killed Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman

We Now Know Exactly How OJ Simpson Killed Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman

When OJ Simpson went to trial for the murder of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman, there were mountains of evidence against Simpson: bloody gloves, bloody footprints from a rare shoe that OJ owned, blood in Simpson’s car, and a damning police chase in Simpson’s infamous white Ford Bronco, to name […]

by March 8, 2016 4 comments Trending
7 Cities Other Than Flint With a Water Pollution Crisis

7 Cities Other Than Flint With a Water Pollution Crisis

The lead poising crisis in Flint, Michigan is an ongoing scandal that suggests the American water supply is less safe than people once believed. The Flint water supply became poisoned in 2014 after the city decided to switch its water supply from water drawn from Lake Huron to treated water […]

by March 7, 2016 5 comments Politics, Science
How Tennis Star Andre Agassi is Revolutionizing Early Childhood Education

How Tennis Star Andre Agassi is Revolutionizing Early Childhood Education

Former tennis pro Andre Agassi is best known for being a brash, hard hitting champion on the tennis court. In addition to his wins at places like Wimbledon and the U.S. Open, many remember Agassi most for a slogan he once uttered in a commercial for Cannon – “image is […]

by March 4, 2016 4 comments Science, Trending
Ivy League Becomes First Conference to Ban Full-Contact Football Practice

Ivy League Becomes First Conference to Ban Full-Contact Football Practice

The Ivy League has become the first collegiate sporting association to remove tackling from regular-season season football practices, according to a report in the New York Times. The coaches voted unanimously to make the drastic change in order to limit players’ chances of suffering traumatic head and brain injures. Although […]

by March 1, 2016 8 comments Trending