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Backpack Safety - What Are The Basic Rules (06 Jan 2006)

Most kids carry backpacks to school everyday, and pediatricians, physical therapists and parents are reporting increasing numbers of schoolchildren complaining of back, neck and shoulder pain, along with tingling or numbness in their arms and hand...

Reading in a Tree (17 Nov 2005)

Today is like many of the summer days I spent at my grandparents' house in Indiana—except I am writing, instead of reading and I am sitting in a chair on my deck, instead of on a branch in a tree growing in front of my grandparents' house. But the...

Fired and Disabled Single Mom Starts Skin Care Line (08 Mar 2006)

Tempe, Arizona (PRWEB) October 5, 2005 - I was fired over the telephone in late 2004; I was told I am disabled over the same telephone in 2005.

What is a girl to do?

Who am I? I am Cyndi Katel, your average single mother, disabled, no ...

The Life of Joan Miró (07 Nov 2005)

Joan Miró, the legendary Spanish painter, sculptor and ceramist, was born in Barcelona in 1893. Miró's early life was nothing out of the ordinary, at age 14 he enrolled in the "Escuela Superior de Artes Industriales y Bellas Artes" where he studie...

A “Must Have” Yoga Book (24 Dec 2005)

At last, the mystery of how to pronounce Sanskrit terms properly has been revealed. Have you been looking for an English / Sanskrit cross reference? Are the exact pronunciations of Sanskrit terms still a mystery? Would you like to learn a lot m...

Pros and Cons for Xbox, PS2 and GameCube - Part III (05 Nov 2005)

Hardware is also an aspect that you should take into consideration when choosing a home console. If you are looking for the fastest system, you should be aware of the fact that the three competitors (the Xbox, PS2 and the GameCube) are offering an...

FFD - Flying Flotation Device (01 Oct 2005)

A proposal has been put forth to build a small floatable UAV Unmanned Aerical Vehicle concept to save drowning victims. The FFD - Flying Flotation Device as we call it, would be flown out to those in need and they would use it as a way to keep fro...

Pros and Cons for Xbox, PS2 and GameCube - Part II (30 Aug 2005)

When it comes to buying a home console, the most important aspect is the games offer on the market. After all, you are getting the Xbox, the GameCube or the PS2 for playing games, not for studying!

The games aspect can be interpreted in this...

Pros and Cons for Xbox, PS2 and GameCube - Part I (01 Aug 2005)

Home consoles are an important part of everyone's life, no matter the age factor. Children enjoy them, teenagers and adults are fond of them too, so choosing which console to buy is an important decision to make.

The first thing you should k...

Sleeping Woman (03 Apr 2006)

Throughout the world there are certain constants that thread through mythology. Enduring love is one of the most popular.

Iztaccihuatl was the daughter of a great Aztec ruler in Mexico. She fell in love with Popocatepetl, one of her father'...

Disney Cinderella DVD (23 Sep 2005)

Walt Disney's feature length animated movie Cinderella was originally released in 1950.

Ilene Woods provided the voice of Cinderella and Eleanor Audley voiced the wicked stepmother. And by the way, Eleanor Audley can now be heard as the voic...

Leonardo Da Vinci and the Potential of the Human Brain (16 Apr 2006)

Leonardo Da Vinci was a master in so many areas besides just art. He would often draw in his sketchbooks as a record/study and also as if almost to give us snapshots from his mind.

He studied movements of animals especia...

How Do They Do It? Learning from the Great Magicians (04 Apr 2006)

Just what is this thing we call "magic"? Let's consider the definition that comes to us from Webster's dictionary:

"The art of persons who claim to be able to do things by the help of supernatural creatures or by their own knowledge of natur...

Wallace & Gromit: Curse of the Were Rabbit (06 May 2006)

If you're in the mood to laugh yourself silly, Wallace & Gromit's "Curse of the Were-Rabbit" is a jolly good show for the whole family.

It's about a dimwitted inventor named Wallace and his sidekick dog, Gromit, coming up with a solution to ...

Things You Should Know About Pop Art Paintings History (16 Oct 2005)

Pop art was an artistic movement that represented a strong shift from the influence of the abstract expressionism. Pop art paintings brought an original form of making art by introducing techniques of commercial art and everyday life illustrations...

Basic Knowledge on Pop Art Paintings (08 Sep 2005)

Pop art was an art movement that initially occurred in the United States of America in the early sixties. The epicenter of this art phenomenon was New York, the city confirming its trend setting leader position. Although this movement strongly eru...

Houseboat Winter: Signs of Life (01 Mar 2006)

The other weekend, my wife, Roxanne, and I were aboard the Phoenix, our reconditioned 1975 40-foot Seamaster houseboat. We fixed ourselves a fine, hearty breakfast on Sunday morning. The heaters were cranked up, and we were warm and cozy, sitting ...

The Pia Zadora/Rondo Hatton Connection (18 Mar 2006)

There's an online Degrees of Kevin Bacon calculator run from the University of Virginia at oracleofbacon.org that uses the definitive Internet Movie Database (at imdb.com). Craig Fass, Mike Ginelli, and Brian Turtle originally conceived the game a...

A Blunt Nail (08 Feb 2006)

A writer's main tool is words, but words never express exactly the idea the writer has in mind because words have denotations and connotations. Connotations are what cause the trouble with exact expression as each individual experiences the word r...

Will America Survive? (17 Apr 2006)

Are these the end times? The question seems to be coming up with a lot of clergy, especially after: 9/11, then Katrina, then Rita, and now the Mexican hurricane. Prophecies are being handed out like toilet paper, wherever you go; I see them in the...

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