at he had made; then the master(8) of the next house passed by in shining galoshes; then a baker with a basket passed by.
As I travel around attending conferences, more often than not I've found myself liveblogging part or all of them. Several times, I've done so in the very engaging and friendly company of Ethan Zuckerman , one of the most interesting and insightful global bloggers -- at TED2007 last March, where we took over the "Bloggers Avenue", we even started, jokingly, identifying ourselves as " twinbloggers ". So when two months ago Ethan posted some thoughts on how to blog a conference in detail , I responded adding a few of my own .
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12 secrets of being happy: Using research from 100 world experts, a new book shows how to look on the bright sideBy Linda Kelsey UPDATED: 23:28 GMT, 23 January 2012 Every time I saw my father in the couple of years before he died, he would say: ‘Tell me Linda, are you happy?’
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<img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-17836" title="spider1a" src="http://www.wired.com/images_blogs/wiredscience/2010/02/spider1a.jpg" alt="spider1a" width="660" height="570" /> Scientists have unearthed an almost perfectly preserved spider fossil in China dating back to the middle Jurassic era, 165 million years ago. The fossilized spiders, Eoplectreurys gertschi , are older than the only two other specimens known by around 120 million years.