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"Life After Death in the Digital World"

By admin - Published on Monday, 04 March 2013 22:21

"Yes, there is an app for that. There are two thing in life you will never be able to avoid – paying taxes and death. But, thanks to the ever awesome power of applications, services like LivesOn and DeadSocial is making it possible for you to live on after death through social media. It may seem morbid to think about, but bridging the gap between the living and dead already takes place on....."

Read more: http://www.geekmagazine.org/2013/03/01/life-after-death-in-the-digital-world/

"Best Money Making Ideas For 2013"

By admin - Published on Monday, 04 March 2013 21:59

"The best money making ideas for 2013 are those that require minimum investment but maximum potential for earning a profit. Many people who are seeking to make some extra money in the coming year are struggling to make ends meet and thus do not have much money to invest on starting a new business. This is why many people are going online to start their businesses. Online businesses require much less capital to start up. Many online money making ideas only require the person to have their own website. A website acts like a store from which the online business owner transacts all their business."

Read more: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/best-money-making-ideas-2013-050000921.html

"Pistorius case, dragged man video expose chronic misconduct of South African police force"

By admin - Published on Thursday, 28 February 2013 22:01

"JOHANNESBURG — The job of the South African police is to fight one of the highest crime rates in the world. Instead, the force stands accused of contributing to it.

On Thursday, the release of a video showing uniformed police binding a taxi driver to the back of a police vehicle and dragging him — the man was later found dead in a police cell — shocked South Africans long accustomed to stories of police misconduct."

Read more: http://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/pistorius-case-dragged-man-video-expose-chronic-misconduct-of-south-african-police-force/2013/02/28/8f9d4a26-81d4-11e2-a671-0307392de8de_story.html?tid=pm_sports_pop

"Nurse destroys archbishop’s gay marriage stance with a stroke of her pen"

By admin - Published on Thursday, 28 February 2013 21:37

"A 65-year-old former nurse has delivered a withering telling off to the Archbishop of Westminster – England’s most senior Catholic – for his stance on gay marriage.

The woman, who now works with animals and lives in northern England, says she has been married for 30 years but gay marriage doesn’t threaten the status of her relationship whatsoever.

And she says Archbishop Vincent Nichols and his church have become obsessed with gay sex, ignoring the real problems of society – the economy, schools, hospitals and our children’s future."

Read more: http://www.gaystarnews.com/article/nurse-destroys-archbishop%E2%80%99s-gay-marriage-stance-stroke-her-pen190213

"Artificial ear from 3D printer looks very real"

By admin - Published on Tuesday, 26 February 2013 20:21

"In a study, published in the journalPLOS ONE, biomedical engineers describe how 3D printing and injectable gels made of living cells can fashion ears that are practically identical to a human ear.

Over a three-month period, these flexible ears grew cartilage to replace the collagen that was used to mold them."

Read more: http://www.futurity.org/top-stories/artificial-ear-from-3d-printer-looks-very-real/
In a study, published in the journalPLOS ONE, biomedical engineers describe how 3D printing and injectable gels made of living cells can fashion ears that are practically identical to a human ear.

Over a three-month period, these flexible ears grew cartilage to replace the collagen that was used to mold them.

Read more: http://www.futurity.org/top-stories/artificial-ear-from-3d-printer-looks-very-real/#sthash.9P1s0TPQ.dpuf

In a study, published in the journalPLOS ONE, biomedical engineers describe how 3D printing and injectable gels made of living cells can fashion ears that are practically identical to a human ear.

Over a three-month period, these flexible ears grew cartilage to replace the collagen that was used to mold them.

- See more at: http://www.futurity.org/top-stories/artificial-ear-from-3d-printer-looks-very-real/#sthash.9P1s0TPQ.dpuf

In a study, published in the journalPLOS ONE, biomedical engineers describe how 3D printing and injectable gels made of living cells can fashion ears that are practically identical to a human ear.

Over a three-month period, these flexible ears grew cartilage to replace the collagen that was used to mold them.

- See more at: http://www.futurity.org/top-stories/artificial-ear-from-3d-printer-looks-very-real/#sthash.9P1s0TPQ.dpuf

In a study, published in the journalPLOS ONE, biomedical engineers describe how 3D printing and injectable gels made of living cells can fashion ears that are practically identical to a human ear.

Over a three-month period, these flexible ears grew cartilage to replace the collagen that was used to mold them.

- See more at: http://www.futurity.org/top-stories/artificial-ear-from-3d-printer-looks-very-real/#sthash.9P1s0TPQ.dpuf

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