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Digital ‘Bandage’ Checks Vital Signs

A new wireless monitoring device provides early warnings to medical staff when a patients health is suffering. read more »

The Oxford Book of Contemporary Verse 1945 - 19...

content discovered on Wednesday, July 23, 2014 in arts and entertainment, author, book, book review, free verse, national poetry month, poet, poetry

Judgement of poetry is perhaps even more subjective than for prose. The poetic form either speaks to us or not, and our response to it is as much to do with our own views, history and experience as it is connected to the life of the poet. This collection includes many well known poets and some I’d not previously encountered. Naturally, it excludes others I’ve known and loved and some that who not so well known. The work is arranged as individual groups of poems by each poet, ranked according to date of... read more »

Is Climate Change Ruining Wine Corks?

content discovered on Wednesday, July 23, 2014 in earth, climate change, global warming, corks, wine corks, wine

Some experts are worried about wine cork quality, which has been mysteriously in decline for almost 20 years. read more »

CCCA At Keeneland

content discovered on Wednesday, July 23, 2014

The Classic Car Club of America has strict standards for the cars they consider for inclusion in their organization. They were all made between 1925 and 1948, were generally expensive when new and had a limited number made. Of those at this year's Keeneland Concours d'Elegance was this 1938 Cadillac 6167 Convertible Coupe 60 Series. It sported a 346 cubic inch flathead V-8 that produced 130 horse power. Only 146 of these cars were made. The Super Eight was the name give to Packards larger of their two e... read more »

Interview with Valentina Cano, Author of The Ro...

content discovered on Wednesday, July 23, 2014 in interview, paranormal romance, romance, young adult, author interviews, interview

Title: The Rose Master LLB: Congratulations on your debut novel The Rose Master! I read on your website that you’d previously written poems. What made you decide to write a novel? VC: It was a challenge, I suppose. I dared myself to do it, to try to tell a story in more than a few lines. LLB: Will you continue to publish poetry? VC:  Absolutely. I work on poems every day. They are a way to clear my head of any concerns or feeling that I just … Continue reading read more »

Costa Concordia Departs From Giglio: Live At th...

The Costa Concordia is finally upright and on its way to Genoa. read more »

infographics x loombands

content discovered on Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Due to the weather, I declared today as a self non-working holiday. It is nice to rest every now and then from work but that doesn't mean I shouldn't be productive. Thus, the Modern Rapunzel had to do something to be considered productive today. Horay. Thus, being the computer junkie that I am, I did some research and worked on some info graphics(to be posted soon!). Plus I held my baby sister with her homework (you know, sister duties). After, we made loom bands, which is really addicting so expect a fu... read more »

Smart Entrepreneurship

content discovered on Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Establishing a retail business is a good fall back option after retirement. It is easy to manage and does not require a lot of capital. A small stall in a high traffic area would ensure a steady influx of customers. A clothing and accessories shop is one kind of retail business that always promises a good return of investment. Entrepreneurs should, however, be very careful in selecting the goods they put up for retail. Wholesale stores and websites provide competitive pricing, however, if you want your ... read more »

The Cry of Eureka

content discovered on Wednesday, July 23, 2014 in blogposts, dream, lee johndrow, ministry, musing, vision, word of destiny, eureka, featured, jesus, ministry, motorcycle, romance, season, witness

Uncovering your answer Yesterday I had a very unusual conversation with someone I have known but a short time. It started with the person saying something and while I was standing they kept “getting in my space”. I was sharing some of my early life before Jesus. Awkward that the room had a number of [] read more »

Did you know???????

content discovered on Wednesday, July 23, 2014 in more, uncategorized

Hello Foodies,Tea is an aromatic beverage commonly prepared by pouring hot water over cured leaves of tea plants. After water, tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world.it has a cooling,slightly bitter and astrrigent flavour that many people enjoy.I love to have tea like nothing........ source:I am sharing few facts about tea with you guys today....... An iced tea was invented in 1904 at St.Louis world's Fair by an English man named Richard Blechynden. Tea wasn't selling because it was very... read more »

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