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published on April 19, 2013
published on February 4, 2012
As we all know snow is a big deal in the UK. Usually unexpected and causing lots of excitement to everyone.
While the wintry weather is set to cause travel problems, with a third of flights from Heathrow already cancelled and motorists put on an amber alert for snow on the roads and wintry driving conditions, others have been able to get out and enjoy the freezing weather.
This cold snap has already seen daytime temperatures plummet four or five degrees lower than average for February – traditionally the chilliest month of the year.
published on October 13, 2011
The philosopher Alain de Botton and author of “The author of The Architecture of Happiness” says:
“Happiness is normally seen as the outcome of success in certain areas: in love, work, friendships, your environment and the feeling that your society is moving in roughly the right direction.
But if we drill beneath that, what is it about love that is supposed to be so happiness-inducing? I think it’s partly about being understood, for the things that you feel the need to be understood, and that is quite tricky to understand. [Read more...]
published on October 3, 2011
The buzzing about the couple’s separation started on Friday when was their sixth wedding anniversary and they were spotted on different events.
Moore was in New York promoting her Lifetime movie Five along with some famous friends. Kutcher, meanwhile, was seen partying with his former That ’70s Show co-star Danny Masterson at San Diego, Calif., nightclub The Fluxx – after which, according to the current buzz, he spent the night with hitherto-anonymous San Diego blonde Sara Leal. Daily Mail reported that the 23-old girl has deleted all of her social network accounts. [Read more...]
published on September 24, 2011
Now we will all have records of our lives. On the annual conference f8 Facebook announced the news as a revolutionary change that came to save our lives and the memories we keep from it. What made you angry in February 2009? You don’t mind anymore, but Facebook remembers everything and it will remind you. You can “scroll” all your life and follow your Facebook activities from the moment you set up you account. Another feature of the Timeline is that users can easily track who of their friends stopped following them. [Read more...]
published on September 21, 2011
It looks like the battle’s started today. Or it’s probably over. In the same day Google “opened doors” to everyone who wants to sign up for their young social network, while Facebook has retooled their wall and are trying to attract people’s attention. And the biggest surprise for everyone – the first real ad on the Google homepage is now live – an animated arrow pointing the Google+ button on the left top of the page. Aggressive, isn’t it?
Google even offered a number of new Google+ features, such as turning Hangouts into a bona fide broadcast platform. The search giant even added “you guessed it” search to the service. No doubt the next few months will be crucial for the future of Google+. Is it the new disappointment on the Google’s social networking front? Or is it a really huge innovative giant that will change the social media world? We don’t know yet.
Meanwhile, some interesting tweets we’ve spotted: [Read more...]
published on September 11, 2011
Big Brother is not the same anymore. The Playboy model Pamela Anderson entered the house in a silver mini-dress and promised “I’m going to leave a skid mark on every one of them.”
It was a surprise not only for the housemates, but also for the public. And if Big Brother producers expected it to become a big deal, we couldn’t find many people excited about Pam’s appearance.
“Big Brother host Brian Dowling announced her arrival on last night’s Celebrity Big Brother live final, as viewers watched her enter the diary room in typically over-sexualised Pammy style, flicking her hair and pouting her best ‘look I’m still sexy’ look” reported Huffington Post. [Read more...]
published on September 7, 2011
A private, Chicago-based institution was the first to put forth a deeply discounted deal on tuition via the daily deal website Groupon, Mashable reported yesterday. National Louis University offered $950 for Intro to Teaching Course, instead of 2,232. The deal is still on and only 5 vouchers have been sold so far. The offer is open to as many as 25 buyers, who must possess an undergraduate degree to participate. 15 vouchers must be sold to make the deal real. [Read more...]
published on September 3, 2011
It was an easy win, but still a great performance by Fabio Capello’s team. England delivered a vibrant first half in which they scored their 3 goals (Cahill 13’, Roonie 21’ and 45’). The second half looked like everything was clear (and it was).
As expected, there were some racist comments and chanting aimed at Ashley Cole and Bulgarian fans.
While the 22 footballers were playing on the pitch, the rest of the people were tweeting. A fake Twitter account of Chris Smalling tweeted his thoughts after the game. However, we included it in our Twitter report below. [Read more...]
published on September 1, 2011
It’s been the coldest summer in the UK since 1998. The Met Office has said that average temperatures so far have been less than 14C (57F) and even lower in some areas.
Many people were left disappointed by this summer, especially the holiday makers who had planned to spend their vacation on the British coast.
Let’s see what some of you have tweeted about the summer in Britain this year: [Read more...]