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Easter Comes And Goes With A Sting

Apr 21, 14 Easter Comes And Goes With A Sting

Posted by in An English Angle, Seasonal

One well-known family’s rather painful Easter holiday got a lot of people talking, and brought out the caring side of our good British folk – ever ready to lend a hand, or in this case a bit of donated urine, to someone in need. That someone was none other than Prime Minister David Cameron, who was grabbing the headlines for all the wrong reasons.

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National Poetry Month

Apr 11, 14 National Poetry Month

Posted by in Education, Seasonal

April is a time when poets and poetry lovers promote this genre of writing. April was chosen so that the highest amount of participation and celebration could happen.

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April Brings More Than Showers

Apr 10, 14 April Brings More Than Showers

Posted by in Seasonal

In the month of April, many think of the holidays and celebrations of April Fool’s Day, Passover, Palm Sunday, Good Friday, and Easter, but April is a month full of many other celebrations. Let’s take a look at some of those.

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Google Loves April Fools’ Day

Apr 04, 14 Google Loves April Fools’ Day

Posted by in Seasonal, Technology

Google’s yearly April Fools’ Day stunts are now a bit of a tradition, but somehow I forget about April Fools’ every year, whether from Google or known culprits among friends, and end up saying Oh my God! This is incred… oh, it’s April 1st. Every single time.

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March Celebrations

Mar 27, 14 March Celebrations

Posted by in Health, Seasonal

According to Holiday Insights, March is a month that boasts many national celebrations. Each of these deserves attention; however, let’s focus on a few of them with a common theme: health.

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Celebrate Reading In March

Mar 17, 14 Celebrate Reading In March

Posted by in Education, Seasonal

Amazon posted recently with suggestions for National Reading Month, which happens to be March. It seems to stem from a National Educators Association effort called “Read Across America.” During the entire month of March, schools focus students on reading.

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Ragnarok: The Next Apocalypse

If you’re an adult, then you will probably remember the Y2K scare and the end of the world prediction for December 21, 2012. Obviously, they didn’t come to pass. In light of that, here we go again with another end of the world apocalypse. This time it is from Norse mythology and is called Ragnarok.

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Clear Snowy Driveways From Indoors With A Snowplow Droid

Feb 18, 14 Clear Snowy Driveways From Indoors With A Snowplow Droid

Posted by in Seasonal, Technology

A snowplow droid has been designed which can clear your driveway alone while you control it from inside your house. Gizmodo also felt the need to point out that the remote control is wireless, in case anyone thought it was like one of those RCs attached to VCR players in the early 80s. In case you were concerned, it is not.

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Winter Running And Walking The Safe Way

Feb 17, 14 Winter Running And Walking The Safe Way

Posted by in Health, Seasonal

The sun has finally peaked her face out to Oklahoma, so this has me wanting to jog outside. As I thought about this, I considered how hard it is to be a runner or walker in the wintertime. Here is some advice for the runner to help us all with our winter runs or walks and even winter training for those who run or walk competitively.

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VoIP Allows Athletes And Spectators To Stay Connected With Home… At What Cost?

Feb 15, 14 VoIP Allows Athletes And Spectators To Stay Connected With Home… At What Cost?

Posted by in Seasonal, Technology

Sochi isn’t likely a place most Americans knew about prior to the Winter Olympics. The city is still remote and while not exactly off the grid, it isn’t someplace easy to connect with the outside world. The terrain makes finding a cell signal difficult. Fortunately ,the alternative has been VoIP services such as Skype.

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