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Surf Bikinis, By Stephanie Schechter.
Every spring, female surfers face a major challenge. No, not finding a lineup that isn’t blown out by 11am… but finding some bikinis that actually stay on while surfing- that still look, you know, cute! There are plenty of bikinis out there dubbed “Surf Swimwear,” but often times their fabric is stiff, their cuts are unflattering, and behold: they STILL fall off. Personally, I have found that for bikini bottoms, cheeky cut, seamless suits actually stay on, and flatter the form of any body type! Read more on the blog: http://blog.swell.com/surfable-swimwear

#surfclothing #surfergirl #bikinis  
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Barrel after barrel after barrel at Skeleton Key from Rockstar Surf http://ow.ly/cRAv30esDSQ #surf #surfing #videos
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Mainei Kinimaka making moves on the North Shore #WildAloha

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Mainei Kinimaka (HAW) Roxy Riders Team Member
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How Technology Affects Our Biology

The tech we use is an augmentation of our abilities. As such everything that is technological is a bridging point between ourselves and our environment. It allows us to subvert the limitations of our physiology and biology and do things better and faster, with greater accuracy and control.

Search is no different. Its ability to surface information in direct response to relevant search queries has affected both our adaptive learning and our transactive memory (https://goo.gl/Te6izQ) changing the way our brain works and enabling us to do more with less (or, at the very least just what we already have).

It's no surprise that apps are having the same effect according to new studies: https://goo.gl/pxVr1j. Our extensive use of smartphones and the computing capability they now provide adds additional pressure that triggers adaptive responses and, again, we learn to operate differently, integrating the new capabilities we now have access to, in our day to day lives: https://goo.gl/pxVr1j.

Bottom line, the online population is changing its psychological and mental behavior because of the use of tech. Beyond of this being of interest to academics and researchers it should also affect marketers and businesses, brands and start-ups. When consumers change en-masse businesses that fail to grasp this, get left behind fast.
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