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impressive. look interesting!
10 Sep 2007
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Technical Analysis on NDX, SPX and a couple of stocks that are looking interesting.
1 Apr 2008
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This is how people in Varanasi, India transport a ladder across town through traffic on TWO BICYCLES. This might look interesting, but you should see them do it in heavy traffic, or through an intersection with no stop lights and four way traffic continuously blending through it in all directions!
20 Nov 2008
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How to get to Lake Hylia and Lanaryu Provence early after getting the master sword early. It takes a lot of money, but it looks interesting.
24 Nov 2008
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New trailer from EA featuring their newest iteration of their Need for Speed franchise, Shift. A simulation style racing game based on the popular Need for Speed franchise, Looks interesting!!!
25 Mar 2009
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Old music brings back old days, GOLDEN old days, Old memories and feelings, i guess folks at my age will understand what i mean, that type of music is what we grew up with in our generation....Dire Straits, Chris Rea, Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Bob Marley, Rolling Stones, Beatles, Aerosmith, Nirvana.... Step outside the mainstream box for a second guys and take a look at how much has really changed in music over the years.... guys please go back in time a few decades, to the 70s, 80s, and 90s. Lots of the bands from these eras have become famous, and their music has become classic....they had something that’s hard to find today- real talent.... that past eras have experience, and comparing them to that of today's led me to putting this together for your Joy ... i hope you enjoy it ....
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*******www.zennie62**** - Maybe you all can help me with this. Ok? Here goes. Why is the Twillight Saga so popular? The official trailer for the movie "New Moon" is out and it looks interesting this Trekker's just not feeling it. Especially since the one person who appears to be the baddy is a rastafarian black guy who's about to get it by a guy, "Jake" who turns into a wolf in mid run. What's that you say? I've got to read the book series Twillight? I guess so; there's four of em. Look, I've seen the book all over the place: on the BART Train, at the gym, in the hand of a passer by. Almost always a woman between the age of 20 and 50; mostly white or Asian in the Bay Area - seldom black. Just an observation. I've only once seen a guy reading the book. Just an observation. Distributed by Tubemogul.
6 Jun 2009
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It happens to all of us as we surf the Web. We see an article that looks interesting, a recipe we'd like to try, a how-to we think would be helpful, but we don't have time to read it. A Internet tutorial by butterscotch****.
3 Aug 2009
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*******www****dominate****/ Wow, this looks interesting. Spend 20 minutes a day and make up to $10k a month? And the product they sell online is a $37 eBook and DVD on making "hair bows!!??" Take a look.
11 Nov 2010
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For more Information just visit to this site: *******buytwittfollowers****/ Twitter is considered as a blogging platform which allows many people to post blogs. Many businesses have a twitter account and share their products or services all over the world. If you look interesting, many people might follow you. Twitter followers are very vital to your business. Do something that will arouse their interest then there will be a bigger chance to convert them as your buyers.
3 Feb 2011
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BY KELSEY WAANANEN ANCHOR CHRISTINA HARTMAN You're watching tech global video news analysis from Newsy. Never go anywhere without your iPhone? Maybe that’s not such a good thing.Two UK researchers have discovered a file in the latest iOS -- which keeps records of users’ longitudes, latitudes and time stamps. The security firm discusses what they found. "So I started poking around inside the backups on the mac. And I actually stumbled across a direct recall that's called locationD. And I thought, that's looks interesting. So I had to poke around in there and I came across something called consolidated.db which was full of latitudes and longitudes and timestamps and cell IDs..." From there, the researchers found whenever a user connects their Apple iOS 4 device to a computer, the location information is uploaded through iTunes. But what does this mean for the millions of people with the iPhone 4 or iPad 3G? Is Big Brother watching? TIME’s Techland says - no. “The developers point out that the data being collected doesn't appear to be sent anywhere...” But just because the information isn’t being directly sent to anyone doesn’t mean its inaccessible, says the blog 9 to 5 Mac. “This may not be problematic for regular Joes, but ...If you’re a high-ranked executive in a corporation, a celebrity or some kind or a VIP, someone could steal your computer and plot your location history to determine where you live and work, your daily routine and more. From there, thieves could plan on breaking into your house while you’re away.” So why is Apple tracking this information and why did they start with iOS 4? So far Apple isn’t saying --but iLounge notes when Apple moved away from Skyhook, a geo-location system - they might have needed to develop another way to provide the same information to customers… "—it appears likely that iOS 4 devices are relying on this internal database to provide users with approximate location data even when no such data would normally be available." One blogger for GigaOm says--- this is no big deal. “As you can tell from the screenshot of my location data included in this article, I’m not particularly concerned about this data being out there, but I tend to lean towards the open and trusting end of the scale when it comes to information sharing.” A Gizmodo blogger feels uneasy about Apple’s actions. “Until Apple stops doing this, or explains why they are doing it, I don't feel safe. I feel weird having all this data that I don't want recorded on my iPhone, and so do others." Finally, The BBC notes - Apple actually told users about this - in the terms of use. “...although the practice is not explicitly flagged-up, it appears to be covered in the company's terms of use.‘We may collect information such as occupation, language, zip code, area code, unique device identifier, location, and the time zone where an Apple product is used so that we can better understand customer behaviour and improve our products, services, and advertising’” The two researchers have developed a program which visualizes the information collected on the iPhone.They’ve made it available to the public and we’ve linked to it in the transcript. 'Like Newsy' on Facebook for tech video news updates in your feed. Get more multisource tech video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
23 Apr 2011
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Famous designers tend to give reign to their imagination and create clothes that look interesting and guaded by the desire to attract attention. Enjoy shopping with - www.SareeGalaxy**** , Use Discount code - VDO10 and get 10% discount at any shopping.
15 Jul 2011
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Famous designers tend to give reign to their imagination and create clothes that look interesting and guaded by the desire to attract attention. Enjoy shopping with - www.SareeGalaxy**** , Use Discount code - VDO10 and get 10% discount at any shopping.
24 Jul 2011
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