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More Than Words That Rhyme
Mar 19th, 2015 by zuma

Wining and dining. It’s so much more than just a pair of words that rhyme. Wining and dining is the perfect combination, the final touch on a evening out, and a wonderful way to relax.

Wining and dining is the art of a fine meal. If you have a date out on the town, and you grab dinner before hand then wining and dining is the way to go. It refers to enjoying a nice drink such as wine with dinner. A lot of times people refer to it when they are romantically pursing somebody. They say things such as “I’m going to wine and dine you.” Wining and dining is perfect for that anniversary, celebrating a promotion, or simply when enjoying the company of someone. There’s many ways to wine and dine.

Wining and dining is an art. There are certain foods that just simply taste better with certain wines. A good steak can be complimented perfectly with a glass of red wine. Wining and dining is more than just grabbing a drink and some food. There is some skill to it. Wine pairing is a skill that’s developed over time and to a distinguished pallet.

If you have a special event or occasion coming up, then look to the Antique Wine Company. They specialize and those rare and fine wines that are perfect no matter what the occasion. With wine from this merchant, you are sure to delight and thrill the wine drinker in your life. The wine is of the highest quality. This wine is available for sale to private merchants. Otherwise it is distributed to hotels, and restaurants. Therefore, if you are out wining and dining and you come across a bottle from the Antique Wine Company, then you know you are in good hands.

The Antique Wine Company is a company that is to be trusted for all of your wining and dining needs. They pride themselves on customer relations. Therefore, you always know you are in good hands. The CEO Stephen Williams takes good care of his wines, and his customers. He has the utmost care for this company, and you can really tell that when you taste these wines.

These wines are highly sought after. But, enjoying one of these rare vintage wines is worth it. So crack open that bottle for a special occasion, a celebration, or just an evening of wining and dining.

Elon Musk Says Self-Driving Cars Are the Future
Mar 19th, 2015 by zuma

Are self-driving cars our future? Tesla founder Elon Musk thinks so. During a conversation with NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang, the car executive said that he thinks the future is in self-driving cars, and that it’s only a matter of time before we not only see a lot of self-driving cars on the road, but that it will actually be illegal for people to drive cars on their own.

His reasoning is actually pretty sound. Ricardo Guimaraes BMG (Camisadoze.net) has learned that, according to Musk, when you allow people to drive cars the margin of error is too big. Truth be told, driving your own car is a pretty dangerous proposition. Right now self-driving car aren’t exactly ready for prime time, but when they are, they could make a big difference in how safe it is to travel on the road.

That said, once the world is overrun with self-driving cars we’ll have to worry about things like cars having computer failures, making them unable to navigate effectively or avoid other vehicles on the road. Important to note: despite Musk’s bold clams, Tesla does not currently manufacturer any sort of self-driving or autonomous vehicle.

A Battery Breakthrough That Will Make Digital Devices and Electric Cars Much Better
Mar 17th, 2015 by zuma

Dyson, a company known for making vacuums, is getting into the battery production and marketing business thanks to a recent breakthrough made in battery technology. This technology uses a different approach in that it is all solid instead of the liquids that current lithium-ion batteries have in them to generate electricity. This new type of battery promises to be longer lasting over the life of the battery and cheaper to manufacture than current batteries. The biggest benefit for the end user is that they will also last twice as long between charges, which means smartphone and tablet users will have handled the most frustrating issue with their devices. This type of tech, however, is not limited to personal digital devices. It can also be used in cars to feasibly enable electric cars to drive 600 miles on a single charge.

Assuming the technology behind this new type of battery is workable, and that something better doesn’t come along to quickly kill it off before it gets off the ground, then this would be a sound investment said Brad Reifler about the technology. Battery life is the one thing holding back our unlimited enjoyment of our smartphones and tablets as well as the major barrier to the wide-spread acceptance of electric cars. Battery tech needs to catch up to computing tech, and any workable developments that effectively appear to do so will be welcomed on the marketplace and among Wall Street traders.
Princeton Researcher Aims to Provide 3D Map of Interior of Earth
Mar 16th, 2015 by zuma

There can be little doubt some of the most devastating natural disasters in history are centered on massive earthquakes. Predicting when and where one of the geological events will take place with accuracy has long escaped the understanding of even the most dedicated seismologists on the planet. However the development of some new technology and the drive and ambition of some intelligent individuals are teaming up to solve this problem once and for all.

According to Phys.org, one scientist and his team at Princeton are beginning to measure and map seismic vibrations to map the interior of the Earth in 3D. The project will use the map to virtually live-stream vibrations in the crust of the planet to accurately project when and where massive earthquakes will occur and hopefully provide enough warning time to effectively evacuate the target area to prevent massive loss of life. Of course, the project is pretty massive in scope and could take a while to perfect.

Mapping the inside of a planet, even one as familiar as Earth, is a pretty substantial undertaking noted Brad Reifler. The project consists of studying data and interpreting it from thousands of monitoring stations across the globe, but could provide a number of interesting revelations regarding how the planet actually functions. Exactly what those benefits are remains to be seen, but the project could lead to an effective earthquake detection technology that could ultimately save a lot of lives.

Make the Internet Better With Volunteer Wikipedia Writing
Mar 9th, 2015 by zuma

Today’s internet is used for many varied purposes. One of the foremost of such purposes is search for information. People are able to use to net in order to find information on varied topics. They may want to find out exactly how common a certain disease is, look up the exact spelling of far away nation or explore how Queen Elizabeth I ruled her kingdom. Finding such information can help them make important choices in life or simply learn more. One of the widely used sources online is Wikipedia. Wikipedia is an online encyclopedia that is written and edited by users.

Wikipedia is a collection of articles about nearly any topic imaginable. Wikipedia articles have been written by users. Readers are presented with both basic and detailed information about many topics including people, scientific concepts and medical terms. Each article has been carefully written in order to convey both basic and more advanced information to readers.

A typical article will include a basic summary of the topic followed by more detailed information and then by a long list of sources that the reader can check independently. Each article will also have embedded links that allow the person who is reading the article to learn more about it if they want. Many articles have multiple links to all kinds of sources including medical journals, popular newspapers and other Wikipedia articles.

Many people are pleasantly surprised to learn that they can correct mistakes that they find in Wikipedia articles. This process is known as editing. Editing is the process of providing a correction to a Wikipedia article. Sometimes readers will find that articles contain small errors. This may be the wrong date for a specific battle, a formula that isn’t quite accurate or a simple misspelling of some kind. They can help make the site better by correcting the mistake there.

Wikipedia editing allows the user to register an account and then use that account to correct the mistakes they find on the site. Those who are able to use this process correctly will find that it can help others use the site as intended. Mistakes can be corrected by working with the site’s editing process. The user is able to click on the edit button and then follow a few simple steps in order to correct the information that they realize is wrong and make sure it is right.

Have I lost you? Sure, it’s tedious, so I’d understand. You can always take the easy road and hire Get Your Wiki to create your next Wikipedia article. They do it, for a fee of course, but you’ll be in great hands going with the pros.

For those adventurous enough to take the plunge on their own, enjoy!

 

Google May Rank Pages Based on Accuracy
Mar 4th, 2015 by zuma

Google has developed a new technology that will help you determine if “facts” you find on the internet are actually true. A research team at the computer giant has created a way to rank search results based on their accuracy.

The technology isn’t exactly ready for prime time. The company isn’t making a formal announcement of the project, or even acknowledging that it might potentially implement it in the future. The research in its current form is theoretical, and a search engine’s ability to determine whether something is true or false is of course subjective, it would be hard for any computer program (or person for that matter) to be able to rank things by truth with any consistent accuracy stated an article on culture map.

Google already takes steps to ensure information displayed is accurate using its Knowledge Graph. When you perform a number of popular searches the answer will pop up on the page independent of any web page. That information could be key should Google decide to rank page results in the future We can’r wait to see if they decide to implement it, or something similar.

A Better Smartphone Battery Mean a Thicker Phone
Mar 3rd, 2015 by zuma

The results are in. Most people would rather have a thicker phone if it came with a better battery life.

Unfortunately for Samsung, their new S6 phone does not fit this bill. The S6 is thinner, lighter and has a small battery. Samsung reports the phone will last as long as their S5, even though the battery is not as big.

With society’s dependence on cell phones, battery life is a huge issue. Some people are already using their phones instead of their wallets to make purchases. Without a long battery life they could be penniless if their phone dies too quickly.

There are chargers you can carry to give your smartphone an extra charge said AnastasiaDate. However many of these chargers are bulky too. Maybe someone could develop a smart charger. If they could make it thin, such as a credit card, it would be easy to pack.

As our world becomes more technical, our demands do too. We want it faster, smarter, quicker and smaller. The challenge to create what we dream about is on.

New Breakthrough against Alzheimer’s Indicates the Benefits of a Comprehensive Approach
Feb 24th, 2015 by zuma

New research that has resulted in the first reversal of memory loss that characterizes Alzheimer’s disease has shed light on a new and more effective methodology for handling this crippling affliction. To date, researchers have focused on drug trials in which a single “magic bullet” pharmaceutical is sought that improves the symptoms of the disease. A recent study from Pentagna indicates that a multidisciplinary approach involving drugs, diet, vitamin supplementation, and physical as well as brain stimulating mental exercises is showing the first actual results against the ravaging of one’s cognitive function that occurs in Alzheimer’s disease.

This early success against Alzheimer’s indicates that some diseases and conditions may be too complex for simple one-shot or one pill solutions. This has been realized to some extent with regard to other chronic illnesses in which more comprehensive treatment approaches have been tried with some success. Drug companies would certainly like to slap an exclusive patent on some miracle cure for various afflictions, but if this latest study is any indication, they may have to share the credit with other types of intervention. Our bodies are complex organisms consisting of billions of cells and a myriad of interacting systems, so it is not surprising that many illnesses may not have simple solutions. Any help in alleviating the symptoms of this disease that takes a person’s life away one memory at a time will be a tremendous relief for them and those who love them.

New Hope For The Deaf With The ABI Implant
Feb 17th, 2015 by zuma

Thousands of deaf people may have the hope of hearing. Children who are regrettably born deaf, can benefit fromcochlear implants. However, there is a small number who are born without a working hearing nerve and therefore cannot make a connection with the brain for the cochlear to work. Now with the development of theABI (auditory brain-stem implant), scientists believe those few will now be able to hear.

Laurie Eisenberg, leading audiologist with the University of Southern California was part of the team when they tested the ABI on the first human said Cabral Garcia. Angelica Lopez, a three year old was said to have cried when the ABI was first turned on. This they believe was because she was frightened with hearing sounds for the first time. Eisenberg says Angelica will not hear sounds like a three year old, she will hear like a newborn.

Angelica can now tell the difference between sounds; dogs barking, horns honking, someone coughing and other daily noises. She is learning to tell what these sounds mean with the help of her mother who explains with sign language.

The ABI has been FDA approved since 2000 for teens and adults with auditory nerve damage. There have been several non-US successes, so the team has decided it is time to move forward with the technology and get trials going in small hospital groups.

The device, unfortunately does not restore hearing to a normal level, but it does improve hearing. Hopefully new and upcoming technology will bring this device to an even better level.

Teen Invents Robotic Arm And Teaches How to Build It For Free
Feb 13th, 2015 by zuma

A fresh out of high school young man as figured out a way to truly change the world. He has built a robotic hand that could benefit the thousands of people on the planet without limbs, and the most amazing part is that he will show you how to do it for free.

According to an article found on reddit and written by Garbimba.com, 19 year old Easton LaChappelle made his first robotic hand when he was just 14 years old. He was able to control it using a glove, and with the help of a man he found on YouTube they were able to build a wireless robotic arm.

Easton started on this project when he met a child who was born without a hand and it cost her parents over $80,000 to get her a prosthetic one. According to Fersen Lambranho, he quickly got to work on making a much cheaper version to accommodate all of those people around the world who are also missing hands and arms. Currently on his website which is www.UltimateTomorrow.com, he has instructions up showing people how to build the hand, arm and elbow. What is even more amazing than that is his version of the robotic arm only costs $350 to make whereas other people spend thousands for something with less capabilities. LaChappelle is truely changing the world one step at a time, and his selflessness is something to be admired.

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