Science & Tech
Ten years ago this week, the first video was uploaded to YouTube. Entitled “Me at the zoo,” the video was created by YouTube co-founder Jawed Karim and uploaded on the infant site April 23, 2005. The quality was low and the content was mundane — 19 seconds of Karim standing in front of elephants at the San Diego Zoo. A decade later, YouTube, now owned by Google, dominates online video and has disr
By Barry Eitel on Apr 24, 2015
The pop culture obsession with pizza is just as nauseating as the actual hydrogenated fat-soaked, greasy slices of rubbery cheese topped cardboard and the multinational planet rapers that market and distribute them. This phenomenon has prompted the manufacture of sewer-loads of asinine t-shirt slogans and Tumblr posts which are parroted by the swarms of vacuous cyber cretins whose ill-considered o
By Thomas Rowsell on Apr 23, 2015
To reach the oldest sauna in Britain, you must head to the ancient, windswept islands of Orkney. Having taken a ferry to these islands from the Northern most tip of Great Britain, you must then drive to the most northwestern point of the main Orkney island to reach a small concrete path, accessible only at low tide. This path leads to a tidal island known as the Brough of Birsay. As you navigate t
By Thomas Rowsell on Apr 21, 2015
UKIP and The Greens represent the new blood of British politics, but both parties have had a rough time in the mainstream media recently. With scarcely more than a month before the elections, the media continue to scour the country in the hope of locating an outspoken UKIP candidate, whose ill-considered opinions can be misrepresented in the headlines. The Greens are also on the back foot, fending
By Thomas Rowsell on Apr 16, 2015
Connecting with consumers comes in many forms and can be done across many media platforms including desktop, mobile, social media and of course, Old Reliable ….TV. The opportunities to create true relationships and develop loyal followings have never been more plentiful. However, funny things can happen to your marketing messages on their way to the intended audience in today’s digital environment
By Michael McEnaney on Apr 16, 2015
Coachella weekend 1 2015 has come and gone. For those lucky enough to be heading out to the desert for weekend 2 in a few days, I present to you my recommendations based on my experiences during weekend 1. To keep it simple, I've picked five must-see artists per day. You'll of course notice that I have a specific taste in music that you may or may not share, but I promise you these are all artists
By Dean Schaffer on Apr 16, 2015
Major League Baseball’s World Series, commonly known as the Fall Classic, will be played a little closer to the onset of winter this year. The 2015 season began Sunday in Chicago with a 3-0 victory by the St. Louis Cardinals over the Chicago Cubs. The final game of the regular season is scheduled for Oct. 4. The relatively late April 5 opener, coupled with having Thursday off during the All-Star B
By Darren Richardson on Apr 10, 2015
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By Michael McEnaney on Apr 22, 2015
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Author Debbie Nicholson, PhD, MBWP, Cht, resides in Michigan. Her first two books of her Love And Laughter series are available on Amazon Books along with others. Ms. Nicholson who writes alternative medicine, women's health, children's health, holistic health and mental health articles and reprints of her writing are seen throughout the web. Ms. Nicholson is also a Mind, Body, Wellness practitioner and Hypnotherapist at A & L Chiropractic Center Farmington Hills, Michigan. She is also the editor of Cherokee Blessings Magazine She provides various therapies including reflexology, reikki, and food medicine She is available for free consultations.
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