6 major ways that shopping has changed over the last decade, from the death of the mall to virtual dressing rooms
Shopping has changed a lot in the last 10 years. The rise and Amazon and e-commerce are just a few factors that have forced traditional retailers to change the way they function.In the last decade, shopping has gone through a serious evolution that was in no small way impacted by the rise of e-commerce, Amazon, and augmented and virtual reality, as well as the decline of the department store.
While some of the global mega-wealthy have seen their fortunes decline since 2010, others have accumulated bewildering sums of money. Comparing the Forbes Billionaires lists from 2010 and 2019, we reveal the people who 've garnered the most dough over the past decade .
Here are 20 inventions that happened within the last decade Amazon has created the first e-reader Kindle in November of 2007. This invention, that has caused a huge change in the publishing industry, is now used by millions of people all around the world.
The ancient Romans took hygiene seriously. They pioneered indoor plumbing, deodorant, and the practice of bathing daily. A recent discovery made at a bridge construction site in the UK reinforces just how committed to cleanliness the Roman civilization was. As Geek.com reports, workers unearthed an ear cleaner and a pair of tweezers thought to date back 2000 years to the Roman Empire.
The artifacts were dug up by the Ebbsfleet Development Corporation at the location of the new Springhead Bridge in Ebbsfleet Garden City, a development in Kent. One small tool appears to be designed for pinching and plucking small items just like modern-day tweezers. The other object is thought to have been built for cleaning ears—but instead of cotton, the "swab" is made entirely of metal. They're thought to date back thousands of years, but scientific analysis will need to be done to determine the exact age.
The Pussycat Dolls, Jesse McCartney and More Are Joining Forces For an Australian Tour
Hot off the heels of their first live performance in a decade, The Pussycat Dolls are heading down under! It goes without saying that acts like The Pussycat Dolls, Smash Mouth and Jesse McCartney are some of the most memorable of the noughties. While we may have spent that decade listening to their music through our discmans or iPod minis, we now have the chance to not only relive our youths, but also catch them all in the flesh. Making the lineup all the more special is that the festival marks both Steps and Sophie Ellis Bextor's first times performing in Australia.
More people died from firearm injuries in the United States last year than in any other year since at least 1968, according to new data from the Centers for Disease Suicide over all has been on the rise for more than a decade and is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States, according to the
The educational attainment of the U.S. population is similar to that of many other industrialized countries with the vast majority of the population having completed secondary education and a rising
Grooming items weren't the only artifacts uncovered at the site. Workers also found a piece of timber believed to have been meant for an ancient structure. The Ebbsfleet River, where the new bridge is being built, was once a shipping hub and a Roman settlement called Vagniacis. Historical finds are so common in the area that the Ebbsfleet Development Corporation employs full-time archaeologists.
The personal hygiene tools have been removed from the archaeological site by experts who will study them to learn more about their origins. The fate of the artifacts is unclear, but the construction company behind the discovery hopes they can remain in the same city where they were found.
Jennifer Aniston posts heartwarming throwback photo from her childhood... after earning multiple nominations for her role on The Morning Show .
The 50-year-old actress admitted she was 'wishing for snow' in the caption and is now likely hoping for a few awards after being nominated for multiple awards for her role on The Morning Show. © Provided by Daily Mail Baby! Jennifer Aniston reflected on simpler times when she was just a child with a heartwarming throwback snap posted on Instagram Thursday morning Baby Jen looked cozy wearing a long-sleeved shirt with a beanie covering her curly brown hair.'California beanie baby (I'm sure I was wishing for snow),' she wrote with emojis including praying hands, a snowman and a snowflake.