James Bond villain lairs you can visit Privacy and cookiesJobsDatingOffers SubscribeRegisterLog in Accessibility links Advertisement Telegraph.co.uk 30 Fantastic Websites To Lose Yourself In If you follow me on Twitter you might know that I moved to London last September. You might also know that since then I’ve had nothing but trouble trying to get an Internet connection set up in my home. Fortunately, last week I finally got everything up and running and to mark my triumphant return to the world of the Internet I went a little crazy and shared 30 of my favourite websites on Twitter. The majority of them are single-serving sites.
Free mind mapping (and related types) software I see regular inquiries on Twitter and in forums from people looking for free software to support visual thinking. To provide answers, InformationTamers have put together 14 pages to help you find the one for your needs. These show the platform, a screen thumbnail and a link for more information in each case.
The Science Behind the Power of Giving Jenny Santi is a philanthropy advisor to some of the world's most generous philanthropists and celebrity activists, and was the head of philanthropy services (Southeast Asia) for the world's largest wealth manager. A Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy, Santi is a frequent commentator on the topic and has been quoted in The New York Times, International Herald Tribune, on Channel NewsAsia, and on BBC World News. This essay builds on themes from her book "The Giving Way to Happiness: Stories and Science Behind the Transformative Power of Giving" (Penguin, 2015). The author contributed this article to Live Science's Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights.
Fish camera online To begin with, our apologies that the transmission is shaky. Many people have racked their brains during the week and sometimes the thing already seemed “beyond hope”. The trout spawning period started on Saturday afternoon; we will go on dealing with the technical problems next week. The salmonides have started on the most important activities of the year and we will try to share their doings with all enthusiasts. We use a GoPro action camera lent to us by the GPS Estonian company, see www.prokaamera.ee (the new model has a superior image quality compared to the one used last year). This year we will hear all that is happening in the spawning river in the microphone. Exclusive: The first pictures of blood from a 10,000 year old Siberian woolly mammoth First ever sample of mammoth's blood was discovered by Siberian researches. Picture: Semyon Grigoriev Scientists say they have found both blood and muscle tissue - perfectly preserved in the ice - from a Siberian mammoth. The blood had dripped out of the giant animal into a natural ice capsule and it represents a dream discovery for researchers. It comes amid a hotly contested debate on whether scientists should try to recreate the extinct species using DNA, though there now seems little doubt that this WILL happen, and the Russian team from Yakutsk that made the find is working in a partnership with South Korean scientists who are actively seeking to bring the mammoth back to life.
Einstein for Everyone Einstein for Everyone Nullarbor Press 2007revisions 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Copyright 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 John D. The Most Obscenely Expensive Paintings in the World, in One Map Picasso’s Les Femmes d’Alger (Version O) was recently sold at a Christie’s auction for the highest auction price ever recorded for a piece of artwork. The work, painted in 1955, just sold for a whopping $160 million plus $19.35 million in commission paid to Christie’s. Amazingly, the last time the painting was sold it went for only $31.9 million, which means that the seller made a $130 million profit. This is part of a growing trend: according to Christie’s, global sales of impressionist and modern art were $1.2 billion in 2014, a 19% increase over 2013. But the majority of the World’s most expensive works were created throughout Europe.