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    mahbob Posted 2014-09-21 01:22:53Z
    Nurture Creativity [Clicked : 4]
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    mahbob Posted 2014-08-26 12:19:03Z
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    mahbob Posted 2014-06-15 06:04:16Z
    Healthy Eating [Clicked : 9]
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    mahbob Posted 2014-06-09 11:49:03Z
    Ingredients:
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    Puff Pastry Sheet
    Nutella
    Beaten Egg Yolk
    Pastry Brush
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    mahbob Posted 2013-11-20 00:34:11Z
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    mahbob Posted 2013-05-08 12:18:51Z
    Have you ever cleaned out your refrigerator or pantry and found a really old piece of food?

    That’s what happened to David Whipple, a Utah native who discovered an old hamburger in his coat pocket. How old was that burger? Let’s just say it was cooked when Bill Clinton was president.

    Watch the video to hear about the ancient burger and the surprising condition it was in.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gaI_vLYU8aA

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    mahbob Posted 2013-05-08 11:38:36Z

    EyeWire is a game to map the brain from Seung Lab at MIT. Anyone can play and you need no scientific background. Over 60,000 people from 100 countries play. Together we are mapping the 3D structure of neurons; advancing our quest to understand ourselves.

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    mahbob Posted 2013-04-15 03:17:08Z
    I have this question for a while, and if anybody can clear this for me, that would be appreciated. Imagine you design a website and everything is working nice and easy. Now you must publish this website. You register a domain and now comes the fun part, hiring server. If you don't expect much visitor during first a few month, can you just publish this at your laptop at home or you really need dedicated server?
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    mahbob Posted 2013-04-14 09:38:28Z

    1.       Provide your web site visitors with content they can't read anywhere else. People will stay longer at your web site to read the original content.

    2.       Remind your web site visitors they can print out your content. They may browse around your online store while it's printing.

    3.       Offer your web site visitors a freebie if they take the time to fill out your online survey. They'll be at the site longer and might buy something afterwards.

    4.       Offer your visitors free software that they can download right from your web site. While they are waiting they might read your ad.

    5.       Provide a huge online directory of information that your visitors could search. The directory must contain information your visitors would want.

    6.       Make sure all your web pages load fast or your visitors will leave fast. Time is precious; they won't waste it waiting for your site to load.

    7.       Tell your visitors what's offered at your web site at the very beginning. If people are confused about what's being offered they may leave too early?

    8.       Publish your web site professionally. People will get turned off and leave if they see a lot of spelling and grammar mistakes.

    9.       Make your site text easy to read. Most people won't strain their eyes trying to read text that is too small, light or bright.

    10.   Use headlines and sub headlines all over your web site that will grab visitor’s attention. It will attract them to explore your web site longer.

    11.   Make your site easy to navigate. Nobody wants to spend forever trying to find their way around a website! Keep your links categorized nicely and put them in an easy-to-find spot.

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    mahbob Posted 2013-03-08 05:53:12Z
    An American lawmaker has said cycling is bad for the environment. He also said cyclists should pay a tax to ride their bikes on the roads. Ed Orcutt, a representative from Washington State, sent an e-mail to the owner of a local bike shop to outline his thinking. He wrote: "A cyclist has an increased heart rate and respiration. That means that the act of riding a bike results in greater emissions of carbon dioxide from the rider. Since CO2 is…a greenhouse gas…cyclists are actually polluting when they ride." Mr Orcutt said: "You can't just say that there's no pollution as a result of riding a bicycle….You would be giving off more CO2 if you are riding a bike than driving in a car."