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No more batteries for my MP3 player during those daily five mile walks, although I bet the batteries would be a wee bit cheaper.

Some people exercise by power walking. But what if walking could actually provide electrical power? Researchers have developed an electrical generator mounted on the knee that turns walks into watts.

Taking People Power to a New Level – New York Times

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Want to make good inexpensive wine even tastier?  Put an expensive price tag on it, according to researchers. 

The region of the brain associated with subjective perceptions of pleasantness, or orbitofrontal cortex for those in the neurological know, lighted up more strongly in people who thought they were drinking pricier Cabernet Sauvignon, even when they were falsely labeled cheap bottles, according to a study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Health Blog : Sticker Shock Upgrades Perception of Plonk

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For the members of the DailyDad household who may be considering a New Year’s diet resolution (you know who you are)…

Everything you need in order to lose weight is here. Everything you need in order to never have weight to lose in the first place is here. Everything you need to prevent yourself from failing to lose weight is here. EVERYTHING… is here, fully explained, with absolutely nothing left out. It is quite simply the ultimate guide to all things weight loss. So, let’s begin…

The Ultimate Weight Loss Guide

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Bag Borrow or Steal … kinda like Netflix for handbags and jewelry.  Don’t tell K or M, DailyDad says.

 

 

 

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Traveler IQ

J and K took a spin at the Traveler IQ game.  They did pretty well, but were no match for 2 year-old Lily.  Perhaps DailyDad should have sprung for a nice atlas for Christmas.

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Merry Christmas

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Congrats to Rodrigo

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(photo from Washington Post)

Congratulations to K’s bf Rod for being named as a first team all-metropolitan soccer player by the Washington Post (boy’s team no less).  He was also named to the Montgomery Gazette “All Gazette” team.

From the Post:

A superb defender with a knack for attacking from the back line. A four-year starter on the varsity, he scored five goals and had six assists.

Boys’ Soccer | Fall 2007 All-Met | washingtonpost.com

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