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Published: 2013-12-22T09:16:52-08:00

 



10 great apps for a new tablet

2013-12-22T09:16:52-08:00

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Why We Need Grandpas And Grandmas (Part 1) : Krulwich Wonders... : NPR

2013-12-22T09:12:22-08:00

Oldsters, it turns out, matter. They matter a lot. And not just in human families. I've been reading a new book called The Once and Future World, by J. B. MacKinnon, which points out that when we humans hunt game, when we fish the sea, we often prize the biggest animals because they have the biggest tusks, or the most protein, so they're the ones we kill first. But in many species, the biggest animals are also the oldest, and if we eliminate too many grandpas and grandmas, pulling them out of the mix can unravel the social order around...



Forget Golf Courses: Subdivisions Draw Residents With Farms : The Salt : NPR

2013-12-22T09:12:02-08:00

When you picture a housing development in the suburbs, you might imagine golf courses, swimming pools, rows of identical houses. via www.npr.org



What will a thief do with my credit card number? | Marketplace.org

2013-12-22T09:01:17-08:00

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Vancouver Public Library No. 1 in world: study

2013-12-21T20:00:33-08:00

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A Natural Key To Immortality? A Chemical Made By Young Cells May 'Trick' Older Cells Into Thinking Young

2013-12-21T20:00:05-08:00

LatestIs Your Meat Safe? New Report Urges USDA To Boost Fight Against Salmonella The Pew Charitable Trusts argue in a new report that the USDA isn’t doing enough to protect the public from Salmonella outbreaks.Nineteen Students In China Hospitalized From Poisoned Yogurt; Perpetrator Deemed Mentally Ill A woman with a suspected mental illness poisoned yogurt drinks and caused nineteen students in China to be hospitalized.Losing Weight Is Harder For Black Women On Same Diet As White Women Black women lost less weight than white counterparts while on the same diet, according to a new study, which points to metabolic differences.Titanium...



Library Goes 24/7 with New Kiosk | News | San Diego County News Center

2013-12-21T08:06:14-08:00

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Site of the Week | Great Websites for Kids

2013-12-21T08:02:18-08:00

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From Pre-Christmas Tree to O Tannenbaum | Rick Steves

2013-12-20T08:53:24-08:00

Here's an excerpt from my Rick Steves' European Christmas book, explaining how our tradition of decorating Christmas trees came to be: via www.huffingtonpost.com



5 Project Management Horror Stories Found in Sci-Fi Movies | The Fast Track

2013-12-20T08:52:48-08:00

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5 Insightful Project Management Lessons from Sci-Fi | The Fast Track

2013-12-20T08:52:30-08:00

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Missed in History: The Grove Park Inn – The Blogs at HowStuffWorks

2013-12-20T08:47:49-08:00

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Decked-out halls from wall to wall - San Diego, California News Station - KFMB Channel 8 - cbs8.com

2013-12-19T20:08:33-08:00

Decked-out halls from wall to wall - San Diego, California News Station - KFMB Channel 8 - cbs8.comMember Center:Create Account|Log InManage Account|Log Out via www.cbs8.com



Why Students Do Better Overseas - NYTimes.com

2013-12-19T16:59:08-08:00

The American work force has some of weakest mathematical and problem-solving skills in the developed world. In a recent survey by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, a global policy organization, adults in the United States scored far below average and better than only two of 12 other developed comparison countries, Italy and Spain. Worse still, the United States is losing ground in worker training to countries in Europe and Asia whose schools are not just superior to ours but getting steadily better. via www.nytimes.com



The Laptop - Cheaper but Still a Workhorse - NYTimes.com

2013-12-19T12:28:29-08:00

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The 2013 NORAD Tracks Santa App | howtomobile

2013-12-19T08:46:17-08:00

Here Comes Santa Claus, Here Comes Santa Claus, Right Down iOS/Windows/Android Lane… via howtomobile.apps.gov