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As we near the end of 2012 and the beginning of 2013 New Years resolutions are being made everywhere. On top of most list are “save more money” or “make more money”. I’m a big believer in doing more with less so here’s some great tips on how you can save and make more money with very little effort.
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Dammit, we’ve just cured cancah! Why is no one listening? Last week, researchers at the University of Alberta in Edmonton cured cancer, but I bet you haven’t heard about it. Despite what might be a solid way to treat a wide variety of cancer with no side effects, the mainstream media hasn’t said a peep about it. Why would that be? Because this cure is non-patentable and therefore pharmaceutical companies can’t make money from it, so they’re acting like it doesn’t exist.
(Yourdictionary.com) Every year Wayne State University publishes a list of words that it says “deserve to be used more often in conversation and prose.”
Lasers pop up everywhere in modern life, from supermarket scanners to the cables that bring the Internet into your house. But few of us have encountered the laser’s cold war–era relative, the maser, which produces concentrated beams of microwaves.
From those bullshit seat belt laws to Big Kindergarten trying to tell you which preschools you can and can't take your gun into, it seems like today's nanny nation is intent on making our lives as safe as possible at the expense of any and all excitement.
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You don’t need to watch Breaking Bad to know that chemistry is pretty awesome.
It's annoying. And yet.
For all the time you spend online, you probably spend most of it searching for stuff.
Cross-platform media player VLC is often referred to as the "Swiss Army knife of media applications" for good reason: Not only does VLC play nearly any file you throw at it (you even voted it the best desktop media player ), but it can do so much more. From ripping DVDs to converting files to iPod-friendly formats, let's take a look at the four coolest things you can do with VLC and start you on your way to becoming a VLC ninja. Photo by R'eyes . NOTE: Many of these VLC tricks use the same dialogs, so rather than repeat the same steps every time, I'll be doing a thorough step-by-step once and then highlighting only the differences in the subsequent mini-guides.
Can this machine operate forever? Since at least the 12th century , man has sought to create a perpetual motion machine; a device that would continue working indefinitely without any external source of energy.
What you see above isn’t a USB drive. It’s a full-fledged computer: 1.2Ghz processor, 1 GB of RAM, WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity, a Mali 400 GPU for HD video decoding and a microSD card slot that can support up to 64GB. At Mobile World Congress, FXI Technologies debuted Cotton Candy, the computer in a thumb drive package.