World's tallest man saves dolphin The world's tallest man has saved two dolphins by using his long arms to reach into their stomachs and pull out dangerous plastic shards.
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Be Sociable, Share! 2006 was the year of Web 2.0 design and pretty much that type of design got old real quick. Below I have listed the Top 7 Freshest Designs in my mind that I have come across this year and although these kind of lists can easily be argued, I try to provide you with enough reasoning behind my decisions. Top 7 Freshest Designs of 2006 » Wisdump
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Overview NewsTrust and Michigan State University conducted an online survey in December 2005. Survey Report Summary
A New Twist: Voting for News You Trust Social news sites like Reddit , Digg and Netscape tend to judge submitted news articles by popularity. Often the snarkiest headline wins. As sites develop niche communities, stories that are promoted often cater more to the wants and whims of the group.
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Adieu to Google Answers Posted by Andrew Fikes and Lexi Baugher, Software Engineers Google is a company fueled by innovation, which to us means trying lots of new things all the time -- and sometimes it means reconsidering our goals for a product.
The 5 Most Successful People-Powered News Sites - and 30 Failure By Alan Gray, NewsBlaze Last week, a review of the top five people-powered or community news websites generated a lot of interest and questions about other players in that space. We review some of the players and find the top sites are well ahead of the pack while many others have already failed.
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said yesterday that she will push for full implementation of U.N. sanctions against North Korea as punishment for its recent nuclear test when she makes a critical visit to Asia and Russia this week. The sanctions prohibit trade with North Korea in illicit materials, weapons and luxury items. Air Samples Confirm N. Korea Nuke Test - w
A spot in the sun | the Daily Mail Electronics giant Sony has sparked a major row over animal cruelty and the ethics of the computer industry by using a freshly slaughtered goat to promote a violent video game. The corpse of the decapitated animal was the centrepiece of a party to celebrate the launch of the God Of War II game for the companys PlayStation 2 console.
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Shiny Shiny: Robot Guinea Pig with animatr You turn the key in the lock and step into your darkened flat, and suddenly, a bright-eyed ball of fluff charges you! It's Gupi, the robotic guinea pig, expressing love the only way he knows how (aside from sharing his "magic carrot").
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After the corn harvest, whether for cattle feed or corn on the cob, farmers usually leave the stalks and stems in the field, but now, a team of Penn State researchers thinks corn stover can be used not only to manufacture ethanol, but to generate electricity directly. "People are looking at using cellulose to make ethanol," said Bruce E. Logan, the Kappe professor of environmental engineering. Researchers use corn waste to generate ele
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