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We all love the idea of watching movies with just your Internet connection and a computer and no strings attached. Although some of you may think that this is not legal, i would say "why not try something ill-legal today". There are lots of websites which provide to watch movies online , no need to sign-up and in few clicks you are into the movie arena. Most of these sites don’t host the files due to legal disputes but they contain links to the sources, where we can get our hands dirty. UPDATED: We have Updated the List as per the current ratings, which are turning differently.
2011 was truly a breathtaking year. From the Arab Spring to the Eurozone crisis, each day had the potential to bring earth-shattering change-- for better or for worse. Just as in politics and world affairs, this same intrigue held true for science. We were awed by many events in 2011-- some wonderful, some catastrophic.
-- take a look at 2011 the year in science. The past twelve months insulin discoveries and disasters many of which we've never seen the likes of -- -- war. Joining us with his list of the top science story from the year -- by Ichiro -- Famed physicist and ABC news contributor doctor -- thank you so much for joining us. Glad to be on the show so what are your picks for the year was -- -- crazy weather so it wasn't just imagination what was behind it. That's right -- wacky weather -- we had massive droughts in Texas and we had huge flooding in the midwest.
More Science :: Features :: December 22, 2011 :: :: Email :: Print Tsunami-damaged nuclear reactors, Twitter-fueled political uprisings, a possible violation of Einsteinian physics--these and other highlights defined this year in science and technology By The Editors Image: Ryan Reid Inevitably, year-end lists invite plenty of debate and criticism, and Scientific American 's is no exception.
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by Rick Broida Click to view The next time you have an afternoon free, dig out that old box of cassette tapes you squirreled away in the basement. It's time to resurrect your collection of Phil Collins albums, Stephen King audiobooks, and other treasures of the 80s. With a few simple tools and your PC, you can turn these forgotten jewels into digital audio files that will live forever. There's more to this idea than a trip down memory lane. Now that tape decks have all but disappeared from car stereos and Walkmans are a thing of the past, there's really no other way to listen to cassettes, forgotten or otherwise.