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Brain stimulation
socksTuesday March 25, 2008 3:50AM ET
After one long "Whaaat?" and one short discussion, I concluded that if I fail on the internet field one bright lawyer's career is secured for me.
Men who shake business world
forbesMonday March 10, 2008 3:50AM ET
One of them still works like his mother taught him, one owns a kind of Taj Mahal, one is famous by statement that wealthy people pay too less taxes. They are Forbes's ten billionaires, Forbes's soldier with black belt of richness.
The victim of one era
PolaroidMonday February 18, 2008 3:01AM ET
Common people, voyeurs, artists and photographers loose one of their icons of 20th century. No, this is not Michael Jackson. He is still in one piece. We are talking about - Polaroid.
Simply red
redThursday February 14, 2008 3:02AM ET
Red colour, a saint colour in many countries, attracts human attention from ancient times. Neanderthals sprinkled their dead with red oker colour, Cro-Magnon enriched it with iron and used to paint their cave walls.
Mighty mushrooms
Tuesday February 5, 2008 3:02AM ET
Some 420 million years ago they was the largest organism, higher even than trees. All are eatable, but some of them just once. Believe it or not, we are talking about mushrooms.
Pinot Noir, a heartbreaker
pinot noirTuesday January 15, 2008 10:46AM ET
Pinot Noir is the sort that can cause many headaches to their winegrowers. It has a potential to turn in an ordinary wine with thin and sour taste that can leave worthless and disappointing flavour in mouth. It happens when it grows in conditions that are not ideal.
The best job in the world
beerTuesday January 8, 2008 5:02AM ET
Egyptians were the great producers of more than thousand types of therapeutic beer in 15th century. In the beginning of the production beer was made of wheat, oat, barley and buckwheat. Producers sometimes added different spices to beer, even honey and fern.
Five degrees for Armageddon
warmingTuesday December 18, 2007 8:28AM ET
Just ten years ago, the officials still had some doubt about climate changes and scientific predictions. Now there's no doubt, be there's no action, too.
When office things provoke
angry officeSunday December 9, 2007 12:26PM ET
Conferences that last all the day and have no sense are the main reasons of loosing nerves for half of the European office workers.
All wisdom of the humankind
digital world libraryFriday November 9, 2007 5:11PM ET
The prototype of the World Digital Library marked a start of one of the greatest enterprises in our history. It will collect data from every corner of the world.
Manhattan ladybugs and cinnamon in battle for your backyard
lady bug ladybeetleTuesday October 23, 2007 1:49PM ET
Following the story about ladybugs overflowing Manhattan to kill the pest, we explore how get rid of annoying little creatures in your yard.
You too can win Nobel Prize
ig nobel prize 2007Sunday October 7, 2007 1:41PM ET
Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic, said Arthur C. Clarke, and he was absolutely right.