How To Avoid Scam Artist When Donating To Tsunami Relief Efforts
by Richard Chapo
Avoid scam artists when making tsunami relief donations. Quick and easy methods to verify the legitimacy of charitable organizations.
A Fresh Take on the Worlds Biggest Lies
by Terry Mitchell
We have all heard the jokes about the world's biggest lies being stuff like "the check is in the mail" and "I'll respect you in the morning." I'm now going to take this opportunity to refute some common, everyday fallacies by adding a few of my own to the list.
My Trusty Predictions for 2005
by Terry Mitchell
Since it is still very early in the year, I will use this space to give you my trusty predictions for 2005.
Lach Ness Monster: Lump, Log, or Otter?
by W. Spradlin
Could the Lach Ness Monster really exist? How? Where? Are there more? Find out in this article.
Tsunami Donations: Please Help Asia Recover and Save Lives
by Glenn Prialde
December 26, 2004, the world was in immense shock of the horrible thing that struck South Asia. They need my help, they need your help, and they need OUR help! Your donation doesn’t have to be a big amount; it just has to come from the heart.
The Death Of The VCR
by Elaine Currie
It has recently been announced that VCR’s are obsolete and several electrical chain stores have said that they will no longer stock them. This seemed to happen very suddenly, there is usually a build up to this sort of announcement and we are accustomed to things being gradually phased out. Not this time though...
The Hidden Danger of the So-Called Right to Die
by Terry Mitchell
In October of 2003, the case of 39-year-old Terri Schiavo once again brought into focus the debate over the so-called "right to die." The Florida woman was temporarily removed from her feeding tube (via a court order received by husband), but was put back on it a few days later when the Florida legislature authorized Governor Jeb Bush to issue a stay. As of this writing, her fate is still being debated in the courts and her case might now be headed for the U.S. Supreme Court. But I wonder if the right to die is something we really want?
The Asian Tsunami Opened Waves of Love
by Saleem Rana
The Asian Tsunami happened within us as well. Rather than an event that had nothing to do with us, it, in fact, had everything to do with how we view ourselves as humanity.
A Collection of Unrelated Thoughts - Volume One
by Terry Mitchell
My first installment of random thoughts.
5 Ways to Help Your Hometown Soldiers
by Dale Collie
No matter what you think about the war, every soldier is a boy or girl who grew up next door. Here are 5 easy ways you can support them while they're away from home ... they need your support. 763 Words
by Janet Ilacqua
Silicon Valley: a parable We have all heard about the “Silicon Valley” miracle. Not long ago, Silicon Valley found itself at the centre of the world, a job- and money-making machine fueled by the po...
Notes on Pakistan
by Bitu Thomas
How many of us know exactly how many states there are in pakistan? How many of us know exactly which part of
Economic Survival in the 21st Century - The Three Key Questions to Ask
by Henry To
In this “special report”, I want to pose a few important “philosophical questions” to my readers. Firstly -- our Federal Reserve Chairman, Alan Greenspan, addressed the effects and implications of o...
Long Term Energy Outook
by Jeremy Smith
Key Events To Watch For Iraq Oil Production stabilizing above 2 Million Barrels per day Usual suspects for Strikes Norway, Nigeria, and Venezuela Saudi Production over 10 Million Barrels per day Larg...
Invisible Slavery System
by Emmett Dabru
Invisible puzzles are mechanisms hidden inside products and services you use, and the social/political systems you interact with. They are invisible due to the use of manufactured perception and deniability-tactics. These puzzles are designed to harness everyone's efforts to silently maintain and operate an Invisible Slavery System...
Free Wi-Fi Hotspots
by Phil Haley
'TANSTAAFL', the acronym for 'There Ain't No Such Thing As A Free Lunch', may be familiar to those of you who have taken a college economics class or two and whenever you hear the word 'Free' in association with a product or service it's a good idea to keep it in mind because, the truth is, nothing is free. Someone, somewhere, somehow, is bearing an economic cost; and so it is with free wifi hotspots.
Top 20 Black History Month Quotations
by Danielle Hollister
Celebrate with this collection of Inspirational Quotations from Noted African Americans...
California Parents Protest RFID Arm Bands
by Rick Weaver
Parents of children attending Northern California's Brittan Elementary were enraged to learn their children are part of an RFID tracking test being carried out by a local company.
by Linda Lester
On Thursday, September 13, 2001, I went to facilitate a session with first line supervisors in a company for whom I had been consulting. It was the 6th week of a commitment of 10 weekly sessions. Mo...
7 Reasons You Should Choose Chinese As a Second Language
by Rosie Wang
If you haven't decided on a second language to study, here are some amazing facts about the Chinese language and reasons for learning Chinese.