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By David Ponce Mr. Blurrycam’s first cousin is Mr. Shakycam. They make for a fine pair as together they make up a sizeable portion of the pictures and videos found online. And while the Picosteady pictured above doesn’t help Mr.

Electrolux Bio Robot Refrigerator by Yuriy Dmitriev Bio Robot Refrigerator As promised, here are the details on the Electrolux Bio Robot Refrigerator, a concept that has been making quite a splash in the blogosphere! In lay terms, the fridge is a concept where the Bio Robot cools biopolymer gel through luminescence. A non-sticky gel surrounds the food item when shoved into the biopolymer gel, creating separate pods.

Can Non=Muslims Be Made Friends? by Dr Khalid Zaheer by Dr. Khalid Zaheer 1) Introduction The tension between Muslims and non-Muslims, in particular Jews and Christians, as a result of the events of September 11, 2001 and beyond has made the world of ours far more intolerant and insecure than it was before. Many political, social, economic, and religious causes have been attributed to this alarming tendency. One important religious cause that has been justifiably claimed to have contributed in the deepening of tension between the two groups is the alleged urging to the believers in the Jewish and Islamic religious texts to treat non-believers differently because of their difference in faith.

Design Cooking is a serious and competitive business and professional cooking schools can have the air of military camps where fear and strict order dominate. Nothing wrong with that in the world of celebrity chefs, fame and Michelin stars. But for the rest of us, cooking is either a fun and enjoyable creative endeavour or a boring daily necessity best avoided at all costs. Many consumer-facing cooking schools, sensing a growing market niche, are offering relaxed, fun classes in cool surroundings that don’t intimidate the participants.

Sell Electronics, Trade In and Recycle Electronics Gapminder: Unveiling the beauty of statistics for a fact based world view. Top ten things that would-be foreign policy wonks should study It's August, which means that students in America (and plenty of other places) are heading off to college for the first time. Some of them are undoubtedly thinking about preparing for careers in international affairs. As a public service to those eager future Secretaries of State (and the parents worrying about their college choices) here's my Top Ten Things that Future International Policy Wonks Should Learn. 1. History.

The Violet Hours One of the best parts about living in New York City during the holiday season are the sidewalk Christmas tree vendors. Every few blocks, you walk through a tunnel of yummy pine air, over a temporary, trampled carpet of green needles. And you see people walking home with a tree slung over their shoulder, just ripe for the decorating. To give the tree it's best chance at a lasting through the month, the vendors will slice off the bottom of the trunk (kind of like cutting your roses before putting them in water). So the sidewalks are often littered with small tree stumps that are just tossed out with the trash. The Impulsive Buy - old, new, concept and racing cars. A collection of legitimately fascinating information culled from the past, present, and anticipated future.

Cute Idea: Recycled Crate Planter Boxes Cute Idea: Recycled Crate Planter Boxes I’m a total sucker for old wooden crates. So I was thrilled when I recently spotted not one but two (!) wooden crates that had been repurposed into planter boxes. The first sighting was a wine crate filled with zinnias on the patio at my friend Robin’s house. Isn’t it fun? Engagement Brand Advertising, Brand Engagement, Brand Awareness, Increase Purchase Intent, Engagement Advertising