Have you seen this billboard?
iAfrica.com: Dealing with workaholism “Workaholism has a profoundly negative impact not only on the mental and physical health of managers, but also their professional and social relationships, according to new research.” “The South African professional culture is most unique in that the present generation of managers has to deal with trade-union negotiations, affirmative action and
AlmereGrid, the world’s first city supercomputer The Register UK: “The Dutch town of Almere will host the world’s first virtual city supercomputer or computer grid. And “Almeregrid” will rely primarily on home PCs connected to high speed fibre optic links. A grid is a hyper network that links computers and data storage owned by different
Hermit crabs are notoriously fragile pets to keep. They can live for 30 years in captivity. They die from stress and unsuitable habitats very easily so its not uncommon to have your new pet die overnight from the stress of being in the petshop and the journey. They should not really be kept as pets
“microRevolt projects investigate the dawn of sweatshops in early industrial capitalism to inform the current crisis of global expansion and the feminization of labor. microRevolt developed web application knitPro, a protest tool that generates knit patterns of sweatshop offenders. knitPro is a web application that translates digital images into knit, crochet, needlepoint and cross-stitch patterns.
BBC:The US military is planning to deploy robots armed with machine-guns to wage war against insurgents in Iraq. The Streeb-Greebling Diaries:Simple tactics to defeat a telerobot invasion
La Petite Claudine treats Apple lovers to a trip down memory lane this week… The Lost 1984 Mac Video Never seen before video footage of the introduction of Macintosh in 1984, available for the first time on the Internet. Mac user Scott Knaster kept the Betamax video for 21 years and the German agency Textlab
Bad news for animal lovers, Procter and Gamble will now have an excuse to unnecessarily test the side-effects of razorblades and ingested battery acid on small animals, just because they can. An estimated 50,000 animals die at the hands of Procter & Gamble every year. Procter & Gamble are to aquire Gillette for $57bn “This
From the 18th of February, this beautiful creature will be allowed to live out its days in peace in the English countryside. My thanks go out to all the people who campaigned tirelessly against all odds to ban the cruel sport.
I heard that Gmail is about to go live soon, and I have 3 invites left that will go to waste. Does anyone want need one?