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    Posted: September 05 2008 at 6:46pm
 
 
Many of us are Net Trekers.
Animated%20Space%20-%20Planets
 
If you see something new and interesting, a book, a thought,
an article, a cool gadget...whatever, please give it a voice here.

 

 
 
                                                  
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Chrome a serious challenger in browser battle
By David Pogue Published: September 4, 2008
 
 
Does the world really need another Web browser? Google thinks so. Chrome, its new browser, was developed in secrecy and released to the world Tuesday. The Windows version is available for download now at google.com/chrome; the Mac and Linux versions will take a little longer.
 
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Google Earth in Sky Viewing Mode in Windows Vista
In version 4.2, released August 22, 2007,
 
Google Earth added a Sky tool for viewing stars and astronomical images.[8]
 
Google Sky is produced by Google through a partnership with the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, the science operations center for the Hubble Space Telescope. Dr. Alberto Conti and his co-developer Dr. Carol Christian of the Space Telescope Science Institute plan to add the public images from 2007,[9] as well as color images of all of the archived data from Hubble's Advanced Camera for Surveys. Newly released Hubble pictures will be added to the Google Sky program as soon as they are issued.
 
New features such as multi-wavelength data, positions of major satellites and their orbits as well as educational resources will be provided to the Google Earth community and also through Christian and Conti's website for Sky. Also visible on Sky mode are constellations, stars, galaxies and animations depicting the planets in their orbits.
 
A real-time Google Sky mashup of recent astronomical transients, using the VOEvent protocol, is being provided by the VOEventNet collaboration.Google's Earth maps are being updated each 5 minutes.
Google Sky will face competition [1] from the upcoming product WorldWide Telescope from Microsoft, anticipated soon [10].
 
On March 13, 2008 Google made a web-based version of Google Sky available at
 
source- WIKIPEDIA
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BILL GATES AND JERRY SEINFELD
 
SHOE SHOPPING... video
 
 
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DO WE Want to Look like this?  
 
NUCLEAR FRANCE...  59
 
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Nuclear Power Plants in Operation in Europe, April 2008

Except where otherwise indicated, reproduction is authorised, provided that the source is acknowledged.
 
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All About-
 
Indian cuisine
 
 
 
122 Video clips on cooking yummy Indian Cuisine...
 
 
Chicken%20Tikka%20Masala%20and%20Chicken%20Chilli%20have%20become%20extremely%20popular%20in%20the%20West.
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Georgian Dancing.

There is a Greek element to some of the dance. Very nice.

http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=georgian+dance&search_type=

Image:Georgian%20dance%207.jpg
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dances_of_Georgia




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USAA opens door to more veterans
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growing company says relaxing eligibility rules could add 3 million customers

August 11, 2008
 
 
 
USAA / Become a Member / Eligibility
For over 80 years, USAA has been providing exceptional products and services that meet the unique ... Links. Using usaa.com. Awards & Ratings. Contact ...
 
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The "World Friendship races" will arrive in Vladivostok
 
 
"This year's relay will connect Russia with Finland, Estonia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine and China. Primorye Capital will become the ultimate point of the Russian segment of the World races friendship." Overall, the event involves about 100 participating countries "- said the agency interlocutor.
 
 
 
 
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Original uploader was Kaspersky at en.wikipedia

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Public reminded to be vigilant against upper respiratory tract infection 
 
9 September 2008
 
 
To prevent upper respiratory tract infection and influenza, the public are advised to adopt the following measures:

    * To build up good body immunity by having a proper diet, regular exercise and adequate rest, reducing stress and avoiding smoking;
    * To maintain good personal hygiene, and wash hands after sneezing, coughing and wear a mask when developing symptoms of respiratory infections;
    * To maintain good ventilation; and
    * To avoid visiting crowded places with poor ventilation, especially during peak influenza season.
 
Members of the public, particularly children, elderly people and those with chronic diseases, should wear face masks and consult their doctors for medical advice promptly if they develop symptoms of respiratory tract infection.
 
For more information on the disease, members of the public may visit the CHP's website (http://www.chp.gov.hk).
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This radio show is popular with my family, check it out.

 I'm listening to august 2002 right now.


prairiehome.publicradio.org


click on the word archive at the top on the green bar.

you can choose a date and it will bring up programs, ckick on hear the whole show.



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I never heard of this lettuce and beef thing... I don't watch a lot of tv.



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Date: Fri 26 Sep 2008
Source: Michigan State University News [edited]
<http://news.msu.edu/story/5678/>


Public health officials, with support from MSU (Michigan State
University), have identified a brand of lettuce as the source of the
recent multi-statewide outbreak of _E. coli_ [O157], an outbreak that
sickened a number of MSU students.

The lettuce, which had been distributed nationally by Detroit-based
vendor Aunt Mid's Produce Company, is identified as shredded and
chopped iceberg lettuce. The affected lettuce products were
immediately removed from MSU's dining halls, even though there have
been no new cases with symptom onset reported at the university since
20 Sep 2008.

"We will continue to be as cautious as possible, until this issue is
completely resolved," said MSU University physician Beth Alexander.

On Fri 26 Sep 2008, the Michigan Department of Community Health
reported 26 cases of genetically linked _E. coli_ were spread
throughout 8 Michigan counties. In addition, that same strain has
also been identified in cases in Illinois, New York, Ohio, and
Oregon. Health officials said it was the out-of-state cases that
helped to track down a common distributor of the affected food.

During the week of 22 Sep 2008 MSU made the decision to temporarily
discontinue the service of all cooked turkey products, although state
and local health officials did not recommend it. While turkey had not
been determined as the source of the outbreak, health officials were
considering it an "item of interest." Turkey products are now being
offered again in MSU's dining halls.

As part of the effort to trace the source of the outbreak, MSU
students were asked to take part in a case control study. On Thursday
[25 Sep 2008] afternoon, more than 4000 questionnaires were sent to
students in Akers, Holmes, and Hubbard halls, asking them to outline
their food-eating habits for the last 3 weeks. In less than 24 hours,
more than 400 students responded to the call.

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[In the above newswire it does not specifically mention that the
outbreak strain has been isolated from the "smoking" lettuce,
although there is a suggestion that more maybe known -- "Health
officials said it was the out-of-state cases that helped to track
down a common distributor of the affected food."  The case-control
study has presumably identified lettuce as the significant common
exposure in Michigan. More information is needed about the lettuce
regarding its original source, contamination source and the scope of
its distribution. With respect to its distribution, one also wonders
if there will be more cases identified with a wider geographic
distribution or if the presumably contaminated batches have been used
up (past their sell date/use date and likely to have been discarded
by now). - Mods.LL/MPP]

[see also:
E. coli O157, university students - USA (03): (MI), outside cases 20080925.3025
E. coli O157, university students - USA (02): (MI) 20080923.3001
E. coli O157, university students - USA: (MI) 20080922.2987
E. coli O157 - USA (07): (MA) alert 20080811.2475
E. coli O157 - USA: (OH, MI), unknown source 20080624.1947
E. coli O157, lettuce - USA: (WA) 20080606.1807
E. coli O157, restaurant - USA: (HI) 20080228.0811
2007
----
E. coli O157, ground beef - USA (multistate) (09) 20071126.3823
E. coli O157, ground beef - USA (multistate) (08): Canada 20071029.3511
E. coli O157, ground beef - USA (multistate) (04): 2nd manufacturer
20071007.3304
E. coli O157, ground beef - USA (multistate) (03): CDC report 20071003.3272
E. coli O157, ground beef - USA (multistate): alert, recall 20070927.3201
E. coli O157, ground beef - USA (NY): alert, recall 20070926.3190
E. coli O157, ground beef - USA (WA, OR): alert 20070830.2855
E. coli O157, ground beef - USA (NY) 20070725.2387
E. coli VTEC, prisoners - USA (CO) (02) 20070714.2263
E. coli VTEC, prisoners - USA (CO): RFI 20070712.2236
E. coli O157, ground beef - USA (west) (03): expanded recall 20070611.1902
E. coli O157, ground beef - USA (west): recall 20070606.1831
E. coli O157, ground beef - USA (multistate): recall 20070514.1532
E. coli O157, steak - USA (PA): recall 20070426.1362
E. coli O157, restaurant - USA (CA) (03) 20070410.1204
E. coli O157, restaurant - USA (CA) 20070403.1131
E. coli O157, spinach - USA (multistate): 2006, FDA report 20070326.1051
E. coli O157, bagged salad greens - USA (multistate) 20070121.0288
E. coli O157, lettuce - USA (multistate): 2006 20070112.0158
2006
----
E. coli O157, fast food - USA (multistate) (05): lettuce 20061214.3516
E. coli O157, fast food - USA (IA, MN): lettuce 20061214.3515
E. coli O157, fast food - USA (multistate): green onions 20061206.3441
E. coli O157 - USA (NJ, NY) 20061205.3425
E. coli O157 - USA (NJ) 20061203.3415
E. coli O157, spinach - USA (multistate) (20) 20061027.3067
E. coli O157, spinach - USA (multistate): alert 20060915.2608
E. coli O157 - USA (multistate): unknown source 20060410.1068
E. coli O157, unpasteurized milk - USA (OR, WA) (04) 20060121.0199]
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Finally found Solar Power Installation...  The cost is too high, but now we can learn how to do it on our own  :)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mXi-sS7veFw  

or just type-

youtube solar power

in the search bar.



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http://www.bloomberg.com/tvradio/podcast/lewis_lapham.html

LEWIS LAPHAM

Historian Gordon Wood Talks About Purpose of the Past
Sept. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Gordon S. Wood, professor of history at Brown University, talks with Bloomberg's Lewis Lapham about his book ``The Purpose of the Past: Reflections on the Uses of History.''
Author Zirin Says Race Relations in America Improved by Sports
Sept. 22 (Bloomberg) -- Author Dave Zirin talks with Bloomberg's Lewis Lapham about his book, ``A People's History of Sports in the United States: 250 Years of Politics, Protest, People and Play.''
Historian James O'Donnell Describes the Ruin of Rome
Sept. 15 (Bloomberg) -- James J. O'Donnell, provost at Georgetown University, talks with Bloomberg's Lewis Lapham about his book ``The Ruin of the Roman Empire: A New History.''
Brookhiser Says Washington Saw America as Rising Empire
Sept. 8 (Bloomberg) -- Richard Brookhiser, journalist, biographer and historian, talks with Bloomberg's Lewis Lapham about his book, ``What Would the Founders Do? Our Questions, Their Answers.''
Smail Says Examining Deep Past Offers New Perspective
Sept. 2 (Bloomberg) -- Daniel Lord Smail, professor of medieval history at Harvard University, talks with Bloomberg's Lewis Lapham about his book, ``On Deep History and the Brain.''
Graham Burnett Says Concern for Whales Began in 19th Century
Aug. 18 (Bloomberg) -- D. Graham Burnett, assistant professor of history at Princeton University, talks with Bloomberg's Lewis Lapham about his book, ``Trying Leviathan: The Nineteenth-Century New York Court Case That Put the Whale on Trial and Challenged the Order of Nature.''
Author David Large Describes History of Olympic Games
Aug. 11 (Bloomberg) -- David Clay Large, professor of history at Montana State University, talks with Bloomberg's Lewis Lapham about the history of the Olympic Games and his book, ``Nazi Games: The Olympics of 1936.''
Author Shareen Brysac Recounts Invention of Middle East
Aug. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Shareen Blair Brysac, author and prize-winning documentary producer for CBS News, talks with Bloomberg's Lewis Lapham about her book, ``Kingmakers: The Invention of the Modern Middle East,'' which she co-authored with Karl E. Meyer.
Author Meredith Says Infrastructure Sparked China's Growth
July 28 (Bloomberg) -- Robyn Meredith, author and foreign correspondent for Forbes magazine, talks with Bloomberg's Lewis Lapham about her book, ``The Elephant and the Dragon: the Rise of India and China and What it Means for All of Us.''
Author Mackey Discusses Origins of Lebanese Civil War
July 21 (Bloomberg) -- Author and commentator Sandra Mackey talks with Bloomberg's Lewis Lapham about her book, ``Mirror of the Arab World: Lebanon in Conflict.''
Patton's Grandson Says Privateering Changed Business Practices
July 14 (Bloomberg) -- Robert H. Patton, author, talks with Bloomberg's Lewis Lapham about his book, ``Patriot Pirates: The Privateer War for Freedom and Fortune in the American Revolution.''
Historian Noga Arikha Says Change in Medicine Developed Slowly
July 7 (Bloomberg) -- Noga Arikha, historian and author of books about cognitive sciences, philosophy and economics, talks with Bloomberg's Lewis Lapham about her book, ``Passion and Tempers: A History of the Humours.''
Author Peter Clarke Discusses End of British Empire
June 30 (Bloomberg) -- Peter Clarke, historian and former Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, talks with Bloomberg's Lewis Lapham about his book, ``The Last Thousand Days of the British Empire: Churchill, Roosevelt, and the Birth of Pax Americana.''
Bernstein Says Dutch Developed Sophisticated Markets
June 23 (Bloomberg) -- William J. Bernstein, historian and financial theorist, talks with Bloomberg's Lewis Lapham about his book, ``A Splendid Exchange: How Trade Shaped the World.''
Fagan Says Medieval Warm Period Had Global Effects
June 16 (Bloomberg) -- Brian Fagan, University of California, Santa Barbara Professor of Anthropology and former Guggenheim Fellow, talks with Bloomberg's Lewis Lapham about his book, ``The Great Warming: Climate Change and the Rise and Fall of Civilizations.''
Waldman Says American Revolution Had Religious Dimension
June 9 (Bloomberg) -- Steven Waldman, author and co-founder of Beliefnet.com, talks with Bloomberg's Lewis Lapham about his book, ``Founding Faith: Providence, Politics, and the Birth of Religious Freedom in America.''
Judt Says Geography and History Not Well Taught in U.S.
June 2 (Bloomberg) -- Tony Judt, Erich Maria Remarque professor of European Studies at New York University, talks with Bloomberg's Lewis Lapham about his book ``Reappraisals: Reflections on the Forgotten Twentieth Century.''
Historian Peter Linebaugh Discusses the Origins of Magna Carta
May 27 (Bloomberg) -- Peter Linebaugh, professor of history at The University Of Toledo in Ohio, talks with Bloomberg's Lewis Lapham about his book, ``The Magna Carta Manifesto: Liberties and Commons for All.''
Author Ken Davis Discusses America's Pilgrims, Founders
May 19 (Bloomberg) -- Kenneth C. Davis, author of the ``Don't Know Much About History'' series, talks with Bloomberg's Lewis Lapham about his latest book, ``America's Hidden History: Untold Tales of the First Pilgrims, Fighting Women, and Forgotten Founders Who Shaped a Nation.''
Dr. David Brown Describes Origins of Genetic Research
May 12 (Bloomberg) -- Dr. David R. Brown, clinical professor of pediatrics at the University of Minneapolis in Minnesota, talks with Bloomberg's Lewis Lapham about the history of bio-technology and molecular medicine.


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Has anyone installed TED in their Home?



http://www.theenergydetective.com/what/install.html


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  • OCTOBER 7, 2008, 2:43 P.M. ET

OTC Cold Medicines to Be Relabeled for Young Children


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It's the second time in a year that industry has agreed to limit marketing of cold and cough medicine to babies and young children. Last October, industry said it would stop making various "infant" products and would relabel other products to state that they should not be used in children younger than 2.


The move came after an FDA review of the products showed that most safety problems associated with the products were in that age group. The changes affect dozens of brand-name and generic products like Johnson & Johnson's Tylenol Plus Cold, Novartis AG's Triaminic and Wyeth's Robitussin. An estimated 95 million packages of children's over-the-counter cold and cough medicines are sold each year in the U.S.

please read the article here-
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB122338838194411419.html?mod=yahoo_hs&ru=yahoo


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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Lincoln_Logs_sawmill.jpg


Image:Lincoln%20Logs%20sawmill.jpg
photo Jesse Weinstein (JesseW)

Lincoln Logs



Safe Affordable Xmas Toys
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Old fashioned toys are always loved by kids.

http://www.stillmadeinusa.com/toysngames.html

my fav...

http://www.melissaanddoug.com/


I bought...

Alphabet Nesting and stacking Blocks

Maggie Leigh , dress up wooden doll with clothing

12 piece wooden jig saw puzzle

all are fun for adults to interact with their kids...and non toxic paint :) made in the USA

p.s.
some AC Moore Stores carry Melissa & Doug toys


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Christmas Hampers

What the Brits do for Xmas....

SAINSBURY'S
Traditional Hampers
Hawthorne


    Wicker basket containing:

        * Sainsbury's luxury Christmas pudding, 454g
        * De Bortoli Sacred Hill Brut Cuvée Sparkling Wine (Australia), 75cl
        * Taste the difference 6 brandy rich mince pies
        * Walkers crispy butterscotch biscuits, 150g
        * Convivial Yorkshire black pepper crisps, 100g
        * Elizabeth Shaw orange crisp chocolates, 200g
        * Fudges Cheddar wafers, 100g
        * Groenendal Vineyards Chenin Blanc 2007 (South Africa), 75cl
        * Cairnsmhor dark chocolate gingers, 150g
        * Groenendal Vineyards Shiraz 2007 (South Africa), 75cl
        * Duc d'O finest Belgian quality fruits de mer, 250g
        * Mackays sweet onion relish, 195g
        * Poppy**** almond & pecan clusters, 99g
        * Grant's of Scotland Seville orange marmalade, 340g
        * Grant's of Scotland three berry preserve, 340g
        * Sainsbury's top iced Christmas cake, 907g
        * Edinburgh Tea & Coffee Company Colombian ground coffee, 227g
        * Belazu green olives with garlic & basil, 190g

    £100.00*


source
http://www.sainsburysgifts.co.uk/hampers/hawthorne_p6.html
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