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[29 May 2012 | No Comment | ]
10 Bizarre College Courses You’ve Never Heard Of

Snigdha  Sandip
Colleges out there have recently incorporated many bizarre courses in their curriculum. These aren’t the classes you will find in your typical online bachelor degree programs. If you read this, you may wonder what the hell they are talking about! But actually it’s true. Some are worth studying, while some may leave you a certain “gobsmacked”. Have fun reading!
The Theology of Eating

As we all know eating is very important for our survival. It is an indispensable part of our life just as God to us.LoyolaCollegecomes with some theological implications …

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[21 May 2012 | No Comment | ]
The Five Financial Mistakes Couples Make

Snigdha Sandip
Before marriage we are like free birds eating and spending without any second thoughts. But after marriage we are forced to shoulder more responsibility and will be curious to maintain a good balance and will always hover over latest investment plans. Be smart and don’t always let the other person to plan. Here are some money mistakes that you should avoid in your married life.
1. No Proper Budgeting:

Many people will not accept the fact that they are married and will spend as they used to spend before marriage. They …

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[10 May 2012 | No Comment | ]
Looking for Outlook Alternatives? Here are Some

Aditya Divakaran
Are you on a hunt to find an alternative to Outlook, the popular most business email client? With Outlook Exchange server being the unique addictive factor about the Microsoft widget, many other email clients compatible to the Exchange can be an ideal substitute. Other perks like calendars and contacts also can be found on the alternatives. You could find some of the best options listed below.
Thunderbird

This one is prominent among the email clients, and employs the expertise of Firefox, along with much number of add-ons, migration assistants, address book, …

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[7 May 2012 | No Comment | ]
Most Influential People of 2012

Snigdha Sandip
Like Santiago, the shepherd boy in the book Alchemist,  says, “when you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it”, we all have to listen to our inner calling.
As the book narrates, we have to follow our dreams without fear. Some people have shown the courage to follow their dreams and hold fast their views and ideas even in the midst of humiliation, betrayal and suffering. Ultimately they reached the top of the world and their inspiring stories have been changing many lives and motivating …

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[26 Jan 2012 | 2 Comments | ]

We have all heard stories about the army right from our childhood. All those tales are mostly on how the army has protected us all the way from international dangers and how they have come to rescue when people are in big time trouble like calamities. And it is about the sacrifices made by them and the disciplined life that they lead.
There is a popular saying:
People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men and women stand ready to do violence on their behalf.- George Orwell (An …

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[21 Jan 2012 | One Comment | ]

A popular quote says “When I thought about the evils of spending too much on technologies/gadgets this New Year, I gave up thinking”. Such has been the temptation for new technology year-after-year. The 2011 was not a bad year with lots of technology offers and that has led to great anticipation for the 2012 as well.
Here, let us briefly run through a variety of gadgets / technology stuff that has creamed the year 2011. Now, as all of us are well aware of these products and their features, this article …

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[5 Dec 2011 | 3 Comments | ]

Teachers have been embracing technology whole-heartedly in attempts to engage a student audience that is used to constantly being entertained. Simply playing a movie isn’t enough to catch the classroom’s attention anymore. Today’s students need to be able to actively interact with their methods of learning in order to be able to focus on it and really absorb the concepts.
1. Steve Rayburn was one of the earliest teachers to use Twitter in the classroom. He gained fame in the education world for having his students write tweets from Dante’s …

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[23 Nov 2011 | No Comment | ]
Spitzer Paints Cosmic Spectacle

The United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) named its Spitzer Space Telescope after visionary scientist Lyman Spitzer Jr., (1914-1997), one of the greatest scientists of the 20th century.  Spitzer, who was an astrophysicist at Princeton University for long, had lobbied for a large space telescope as early as 1946 – the work culminating in the launch of the Hubble Space Telescope in 1990. After Spitzer died in 1997, NASA continued to develop the Great Observatories Program, a group of 4 space-based telescopes – each observing the universe in …

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[29 Oct 2011 | One Comment | ]
6 Best War Documentaries of All Times

It is always thrilling to watch war movies. But as one matures and get need to know some serious political and social aspects of War, these movies less likely a an option. Here comes the importance of War documentaries which is one of the most popular one in the genre of documentaries. Its time for you to gain some know-how about the best war documentary films till date. We bring to you some of the remarkable war documentaries which we have come across.