When the days of horse and carriage were replaced by the locomotive, people started making the shift towards travel technology. Today, we have the ability to book our travel or check our status through computers.
There are few movie icons that can match James Bond. He has the women. He has the weapons. He has the villains. His martini is shaken.
Using Google is one of the easiest things on the internet. You go to the website, type in what you want, and Google spits out what you want. There are, however, tons of ways to make Google work more easily.
It’s more than just the gas. It’s the principle. As oil prices continue to rise despite decreases in demand in the US, many people are wondering if there really is a solution. Drilling, alternative fuels, consumption reductions – all seem to have valid points and distinct drawbacks. What can stop gas from hitting $10 a gallon in the next few years?
We take it out and it disappears. That’s the extent of our knowledge about garbage. Sure, some people are fighting for the sake of the environment, but many of us are doing it by purchasing a Prius or checking labels of the products we buy for the Recycled symbol. Do we really know what’s happening to our garbage?
Senior citizens are often on the receiving-end of bad driving jokes in America, but they’re getting the last laugh when it comes to striking bargains at the car dealership. That and other interesting points are discovered in a recent study by CarWoo.
The 1.5-eared Dutch master artist would have been 159-years-old tomorrow had he not died 122-years-ago. The post-impressionist was only able to sell one of this 2000 pieces of art during his lifetime but has been immortalized as one of the greatest ever. Isn’t that what every artist back then wanted?
The majority of people are still skeptical about whether Google+ can really compete with Facebook and Twitter. Despite declaring that they’re not competing with the other social networks, the similarities in form and function say otherwise. If the sentiment continues, they may be toast.
Babies are big business. There’s no other way to look at it. Society has turned the pregnancy, birth, and early childhood development industries into mega-money pits that help parents make it through the toughest years of their lives.
There are stories abound about women being mistreated in the military and it has caused many to claim that this “new” development is something that should be rethought. In reality, women have participated in war since before Joan of Arc.