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Websites that changed the world

From The Observer Websites that changed the world: This month the web is 15 years old and in that short time it has revolutionised the way we live, from shopping to booking flights, writing blogs to listening to music. Here, … Continue reading

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Chocolate may boost brain power

Come chocolates, pequena; Come chocolates! Olha que não há mais metafísica no mundo senão chocolates. Excerpt from “Tabacaria” by Fernando Pessoa 76 years ago, Pessoa was already right: eat chocolates! A new study says that Chocolate may boost brain power … Continue reading

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April Fool’s Day at Wikipedia

Man… I hate Wikipedia! I was searching for some information about April Fool’s Day, and the feature article of the day – what is very important today – and found this: April 1, 2006. Hey, you killed all the fun! … Continue reading

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The 10 Best Internet Spoofs

The Best Internet Spoofs according to Wired: Neiman Marcus cookie recipe, Boycott gas companies for one day, Bill Gates wants to send you money, ILoo, Savetoby.com (that is very stupid), Tourist Guy, GI Joe hostage, Dihydrogen monoxide kills, Duke Nukem … Continue reading

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Tags…. Tagging…

Some links about tags and tagging…. tags…. Did I say that I love tags? Well, I love them. – Danah Boyd made a neat list of links about it: articles on tagging (help?). – Google Adds Tagging: Google has silently … Continue reading

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The Science Of Happiness

Sunday Times article: So what do you have to do to find happiness? Are we wired up to be cheerful, or are some of us destined to languish in abject misery? Dorothy Wade reports on the new science of feeling … Continue reading

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Blogging linkdump

Lifehacker’s guide to weblog comments: twelve useful tips that everyone who reads blogs should read. Good blog commenters add to the discussion and are known as knowledgeable, informative, friendly and engaged. The Wired article Tips for the Crusading Blogger has … Continue reading

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The Most Importante People of the Century

From the TIME Magazine: TIME 100 – People of the Century. One century, 100 remarkable people, TIME has profiled those individuals who – for better or worse – most influenced the last 100 years. They are considered in five fields … Continue reading

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Cookies!

At first the name of this post was Please Cynical-C go to hell, but I have already had two boxes of cookies since the last time that Chris, from Cynical-C Blog, eat some delicious chocolate cookies. So now I’m feeling … Continue reading

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Do you want some tea?

Do you know how to prepare a A Nice Cup of Tea? On this essay George Orwell explains the 11 rules for make it: 1. Use tea from India or Ceylon (Sri Lanka), not China 2. Use a teapot, preferably … Continue reading

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