In China, they appear to have given up on preventing internet addiction. That’s right — no more electroshock therapy for children. To quote the article: “We have no clue whether this freaky treatment has side-effects.”
Does Christmas cheer actually exist? Or are people just high on gingerbread? You ask, science answers.
Finally, the Morning Coffee gives you an interesting view of the Kindle. In just a couple of years, we have gone from being completely unaccustomed to touchscreens to assuming a handheld device is either broken or poorly designed if it does not have one. Congratulations, Apple.