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Cheesecake in a Jar with Blueberries, Strawberries, Granola + More! Posted May 24, 2011 | 18 Comments What’s more fun than yummy cheesecake? Cheesecake in a jar, of course! source And, yummy blackberry curd cheesecake in a jar, too - source Don’t forget the custom stamped spoons for added charm! Actualit? ? la Une theintelhub Richard Gorman Explains Globalization’s Impact on Business The impact of globalization on the business world is incalculable, and much of this impact can be directly linked to the advent of the Internet, said Richard Gorman, a successful Internet entrepreneur. The World Wide Web has made it easier and easier for companies to make smooth transitions into global markets. For business leaders that know how to harness its power, globalization can mean the difference between stasis and dynamic international success. “The advent of the Internet has made the world flat,” Richard Gorman said. Harnessing Globalization While the Internet makes it easy for businesses to expand their reach internationally, it does not necessarily deliver new, global customers directly to a business’ front door. “Try a small experiment this year,” Pofeldt wrote. Pofeldt pointed out that globalization is something of a four-letter word in some circles – the shrinking and increasingly connected world has led to the loss of American jobs. Using Globalization Advantageously

AboveTopSecret.com - Conspiracy Theories, UFOs, Paranormal, Political Madness, and other "Alternative Topics" Salt River Bars We are all about no-bake this week. In fact, ovens are for dorks. Not that it's really that hot this week (we obvy had to mention weather since it's kinda our thang) but we've decided only dorks are using their ovens this week. And we are not dorks. (Well, yes. In the meantime, until Friday or so when we decide we want brownies or chocolate chunk cookies (oooo, cookies), this week we are declaring ovens totally out. Rather, we're following in the footsteps of the totally cool and totally in Bakergirl (hi, Bakergirl, we think you're fab) and making these Salt River Bars. What is a Salt River Bar, you ask? Beats the pants off of us. Yes, we just said that. And, she did not lie. What did we tell you? Salt River BarsMakes 16 squaresAdapted from Bakergirl Print Recipe Line 8 x 8" glass or metal baking pan with foil so that it's hanging over the edges of the pan. Place the pan in the fridge to let the chocolate start to set. We stored these bars in the fridge as well.

L'ACTUALITÉ Des finances solides pour plus de croissance 11 avr. 2014 | Office de presse du gouvernement fédéral (BPA) Le premier budget sans nouvel endettement est à portée de main. C’est ce qu'a déclaré la chancelière fédérale lors d'un discours prononcé devant le Bundestag. Le budget de 2014 sera équilibré en termes structurels et, dès 2015, le gouvernement entend présenter un budget sans nouvel endettement. Le budget 2014 Un million de vélos pour permettre aux enfants africains d'aller à l'école 10 avr. 2014 | CIDAL À 27 ans, il affiche un impressionnant palmarès sportif, mais aussi social et environnemental. Un million de vélos pour les élèves africain Conservation des données : la directive européenne invalidée 9 avr. 2014 | CIDAL Conservation des données L’art boulanger allemand 9 avr. 2014 | www.deutschland.de En Allemagne, le petit déjeuner est considéré comme le repas principal de la journée. L’art boulanger allemand

Igor Kostelac Blog The Mammoth Cometh Photo The first time Ben Novak saw a passenger pigeon, he fell to his knees and remained in that position, speechless, for 20 minutes. He was 16. Continue reading the main story In the decade since, Novak has visited 339 passenger pigeons — at the Burke Museum in Seattle, the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh, the American Museum of Natural History in New York and Harvard’s Ornithology Department, which has 145 specimens, including eight pigeon corpses preserved in jars of ethanol, 31 eggs and a partly albino pigeon. The fact that we can pinpoint the death of the last known passenger pigeon is one of many peculiarities that distinguish the species. The species’ incredible abundance was an enticement to mass slaughter. Stewart Brand, who was born in Rockford, Ill., in 1938, has never forgotten the mournful way his mother spoke about passenger pigeons when he was a child. Continue reading the main story Brand became obsessed with the idea. Dear Ed and George . . .

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