1000 Awesome Things | A time-ticking countdown of 1000 awesome things. How to Totally Troll someones Computer [pic] Email If you have ever wanted to carry out the ultimate practical joke using someone’s computer as your tool then this guide on how to troll a persons computer is something that you must read.
For more hints, tips, news and all things technology and geek related please follow us on Facebook or Twitter or subscribe to our feed. [via - neatoroma] Be Sociable, Share! Related posts: Inmate Information » NYS Department of Corrections and Community Supervision. THE POLICE GAZETTE Part 1: The Police Gazette - Issues for 1866-1878, 1882-1897 & 1899-1900 from the Cambridgeshire Police Archives. Part 1: The Police Gazette - Issues for 1866-1878, 1882-1897 & 1899-1900 from the Cambridgeshire Police Archives The Police Gazette is an invaluable resource for all those interested in: The history of crime.
The changing role of the police from the Georgian through to the Victorian periods. The social history of possessions. 'Transportation' to Australia. Despite the fact that it was widely issued (to every major police station; to magistrates, mayors and justices of the peace; to the commanding officers of every regiment; and to government officials at home and abroad) it is now incredibly scarce. Part 1 makes available issues for 1866-1869, 1871-1878, 1882-1897 & 1899-1900 from the holdings of the Cambridgeshire Police Archive (covering 30 years, representing 23% of the total run from 1772 to 1900). Wrong Planet - Autism Community. Videos from the World's Best Conferences and Events.
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SUPORT is a FREE learning resource helping small businesses to understand and access University expertise, and helping University research staff to access and understand small businesses. The SUPORT Project is moving into the creation of it's e-Learning deliverable. In an open spirit we are inviting you to participate in sharing with us the best content you have come across on the Web. In the next weeks we want to test this "crowd-sourcing" approach to gathering content. We are looking for links to open content available via the Web (text, videos, pod-casts, infographics, etc.) that answer the following questions for small and medium businesses (SMEs) and higher education institutions (HEI) regarding the key topics we've identified: WHAT is it?
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Last updated at 01:00 15 November 2007 For 65 years, this Second World War fighter had lain hidden under the surface of a beach where it crash-landed. Just a short distance above it, holidaying families have built sandcastles, strolled and swum, all unaware of its existence. But now the P-38 Lightning has re-emerged after freak weather conditions caused the sands to shift and expose its rusting frame. The U.S. aircraft - with its distinctive "twinboom" design - was discovered on the North Wales coast, but the location is being kept secret in case it is targeted by looters.
Its remains were spotted by a family in July, but it was thought to be an unmanned drone used for aerial target practice from the 1950s. However, a local aviation enthusiast recognised it from a newspaper photo and contacted a group of U.S. aircraft historians. The Lightning has been identified using its serial number and other records. It was flown by Second Lieutenant Robert F. Scroll down for more... Thank You - Apple Store (U.S.) 50-million-year-old crickets with ears.
U. COLORADO-BOULDER (US) — A new study of cricket and katydid fossils suggests the insects evolved ears long before bats, their major predator, came along. How did insects get their hearing? The 50-million-year-old cricket and katydid fossils sport some of the best-preserved fossil insect ears described to date, and they are helping researchers trace the evolution of the insect ear.
Insects hear with help from some very unusual ears, say the collaborators, paleontologist Dena Smith of the University of Colorado Boulder‘s Museum of Natural History and University of Illinois Professor Roy Plotnick. Grasshoppers have ears on their abdomens. Insects have evolved ears at least 17 times in different lineages, says Smith, also an assistant professor in Colorado’s geological sciences department.
Modern insects use their ears to tune in to each other’s chirps, trills, and peeps. Did insect ears get an upgrade when bats came to be? More news from University of Colorado: www.colorado.edu/news/ Slavery Footprint - Results. Dear , As a supporter of your business, I wanted to let you know I've recently become aware of an issue that affects us both: modern-day slavery. There are over 27 million people enslaved today, many of whom make the things we use and buy. This issue is quickly becoming a priority for millions of consumers world wide.
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