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121 Most Recent Education Articles

1.   How Important Is Wikipedia In The Grand Scheme Of Things? by Bill Platt
    Wikipedia is the center of the online encyclopedia universe. Millions of entries on every conceivable topic makes this website an authority source that many young students and adults turn to from all corners of the globe.
    Distributed: 2013-07-09 11:00:00 | Word Count: 1613 | Page Views: 5056 | Votes: 16 | Rating: 2.88
2.   'Limitless' Has Wisdom by Paul Kyriazi
    Want the brain power of Eddie in 'Limitless'? We in the real world can't access that much brain power, but with the right tools and clarity of mind on our part, we can have tons of information ready to use, if only we make the decision to do so.
    Distributed: 2011-09-16 10:15:00 | Word Count: 1145 | Page Views: 923 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 5.00
3.   How to Write a Resume - Simple and Complex at the Same Time by Rebecca Hawkes
    Writing an effective resume is as much a creative art as it is a logical puzzle. How do you take 500-600 words and make them jump out and scream "hire me" to an employer? It's a skill that needs constant refining.
    Distributed: 2010-12-09 12:00:00 | Word Count: 438 | Page Views: 3554 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 2.29
4.   How MrBean Led the Computer Industry by Jennifer Robinson
    1955 seemed like any other year to most people, but unbeknown to the world '55 was to prove the arrival of the geeks. Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Tim Berners-Lee and Eric Schmidt were all born in 1955.
    Distributed: 2010-11-02 11:30:00 | Word Count: 917 | Page Views: 3310 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 1.33
5.   Overcome Your Guitar Playing Problems With Speed Testing by Craig Bassett
    A large number of guitarists make a number of mistakes when they find that they have trouble playing something... They try to improve their playing of something without doing a few vital things... Read this article to get your guitar playing technique back on track...
    Distributed: 2010-07-27 14:45:00 | Word Count: 1017 | Page Views: 2636 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.67
6.   Roles and Responsibilities of a SAP MM Consultant by Varsha Vilankar
    Everyday there are thousands of people who discover the prospects of a career in SAP. However, lack of knowledge often takes them to mushroom schools that have sprung up due to the high demand of SAP training. Varsha has attempted to give an easy to follow roadmap that is drawn on a timeline. Following this roadmap will ensure that students don't end up as hit-and-run victims of mushroom schools that are run by unethical businessmen and not educators. Midst of the weakening economy and employment uncertainty, the last thing you want is for someone to rob you of your savings and precious time. Read this article to stay in touch for an amazing career in SAP.
    Distributed: 2010-04-20 10:30:00 | Word Count: 1255 | Page Views: 10694 | Votes: 61 | Rating: 3.00
7.   The Book of Kells by Patricia G. McKinney-Lins
    The Book of Kells is a beautifully illustrated, hand-written work including the four gospels of the Bible. It was made by monks around the year 800 A.D. and is on display at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland. When you visit Dublin, be sure to see this brilliant work of art.
    Distributed: 2010-04-15 14:30:00 | Word Count: 581 | Page Views: 4697 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 0.00
8.   Do You Know the Difference Between an Investment Advisor and a Broker? by Tome Tomaj
    As an fee-only investment advisor I come across clients from all walks of life. Lately I have noticed something in common with many of these investors. Many do not know the difference between an investment advisor and a broker who manages and/or makes securities recommendations for their clients' investment portfolios. With the almost unprecedented volatility in the securities markets, you cannot afford to dig your head in the sand when it comes to whom is managing your assets.
    Distributed: 2010-03-11 14:30:00 | Word Count: 408 | Page Views: 2728 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 4.25
9.   Learn How To Overcome Your Subconscious Mind To Improve Your Golf Game And Handicap by Winchel Blanc
    Obviously, the goal in golf is to get the ball into the hole, in as few strokes as possible. More important than learning a specific technique, to enable the possibility, is to understand the learning process in the game of golf. If you learn to hit the ball fast and straight the first time, then you will naturally lower your handicap. So, for those who are truly interested in improving their golf game, one should strive to make the first stroke hit its mark. This article will guide you through a different way of thinking about how to improve your golf game.
    Distributed: 2010-02-03 12:00:00 | Word Count: 1465 | Page Views: 3473 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
10.   The Surprising History and Origin of Corn Flakes(r) by Aaliyah Ferris
    Corn Flakes(r), the quintessential American-born breakfast cereal complemented perfectly with strawberries, banana slices and, of course, milk, has surprising origins.
    Distributed: 2010-01-29 10:15:00 | Word Count: 402 | Page Views: 34159 | Votes: 57 | Rating: 2.67
11.   Basic Fungal Biology For Concerned Homeowners And Mold Inspectors by Daryl Watters
    Questions about mold related health problems or toxic mold and black mold problems? A Certified mold inspector and mold testing firm offers info and help in regard to mold inspections and mold biology.
    Distributed: 2009-12-22 11:00:00 | Word Count: 738 | Page Views: 2879 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 2.75
12.   Mold Biology And Mold Related Heath Issues by Daryl Watters
    Questions about mold biology and mold related health issues or toxic mold and black mold problems? Need an indoor air quality or IAQ testing information because of sick building syndrome, building related illness, or toxic black mold?
    Distributed: 2009-12-15 10:00:00 | Word Count: 1331 | Page Views: 3471 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.63
13.   Why 529 College Savings Plans Still Make Sense by Charles Montgomery
    Discussion of saving for college and investing in 529 plans. Answers the question, 'Is it safe to invest in a 529 plan?'
    Distributed: 2009-10-15 10:36:00 | Word Count: 544 | Page Views: 2343 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 0.00
14.   Back To School With Laptops and Netbooks by Titus Hoskins
    One of the major problems most web professionals and marketers have is finding the time to use all the blogging sites and programs that exist on the web. Submitting to all these micro-blogs can be very time-consuming... so here's a possible solution for you!
    Distributed: 2009-10-15 09:36:00 | Word Count: 626 | Page Views: 2679 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 0.50
15.   5 Ways to Use a Light Bulb Moment by Laurel Vespi
    We've all had those ah-ha moments - a split second when something become crystal clear. That sense of the lights going on is your signal that an opportunity exists. You now have a new piece of information or insight that can impact on your choices going forward.
    Distributed: 2009-09-01 11:48:00 | Word Count: 413 | Page Views: 3574 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 2.73
16.   A Glimpse of History Through Civil War and Western Replicas by Beth Mark
    Historical reenactments are one of the fastest growing hobbies in America, and its no surprise. Our history as Americans defines how we are today. Through learning from the past, we can appreciate all the sacrifices and hard work that our ancestors made in order to secure our freedoms.
    Distributed: 2009-07-28 14:48:00 | Word Count: 772 | Page Views: 2352 | Votes: 13 | Rating: 2.15
17.   Finding Flags Made In The USA by Beth Mark
    Finding Flags made in the USA is not easy. Civil War flags, Military Flags and Colonial Flags hold special meaning to many Americans, especially those that have served in the Armed Forces. However, it is very discouraging to purchase a flag only to find a label Made In China or WhereEver Else!!
    Distributed: 2009-07-14 12:24:00 | Word Count: 704 | Page Views: 2166 | Votes: 12 | Rating: 2.50
18.   Gambling Myths by Skyler Ace
    Few areas of human activity are so immersed in superstition and myth as gambling. Many gamblers do believe in "good" and "bad" luck, playing a part in their gambling success or failure and often carry "good luck charms" or have rituals they perform before going to play. Unless the belief in "luck" becomes obsessive, it is usually harmless.
    Distributed: 2009-07-14 12:00:00 | Word Count: 728 | Page Views: 2916 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.38
19.   The LPI Certification Is The De Facto Standard For Linux Professionals by Frank Pines
    With its certification programs, the Linux Professional Institute (LPI) has constantly raised the bar of excellence. It has continuously provided support to Linux professionals to meet the industry demands for expert skills. LPI has been acknowledged universally as a leader in providing professional help with Linux, Open Source, and Free Software.
    Distributed: 2009-07-10 15:00:00 | Word Count: 543 | Page Views: 3551 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 1.89
20.   A Brief History of Online Gambling by Skyler Ace
    Gambling is said to be as old as organized society itself. There is evidence that the ancient societies of India, China, Greece and Rome all had some form of gambling culture. Some articles thought to be gambling implements dating back to about 2300 BCE have been found in China. A pair of dice dating from 1500 BCE has been found in Egypt.
    Distributed: 2009-07-07 13:24:00 | Word Count: 710 | Page Views: 3449 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 2.09
21.   Are Netbooks The Perfect Student Laptops? by Titus Hoskins
    Netbooks are becoming extremely popular with the laptop buying public. They have become even more popular with students. Find out why the little netbook may just be the perfect student laptop...
    Distributed: 2009-04-22 11:00:00 | Word Count: 699 | Page Views: 2444 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 1.67
22.   Potty Training Made Easy by Kim Michael
    If you're the parent of a toddler, you are probably looking for the right signs that your child is ready to be potty trained. Potty training your child can be a frustrating time in your life. When your child is ready to be potty trained, they will provide to you clues that the timing is right. If you capitalize on these clues, and use the right tools, this can be an exciting time in your life, as well as your child's.
    Distributed: 2009-04-07 11:24:00 | Word Count: 507 | Page Views: 2429 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 4.00
23.   The History And Traditions Of Easter by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Easter, the Christian festival commemorating the resurrection of Christ, was the earliest feast day decided upon by the ancient Christian Church. Like its Jewish predecessor Passover, it is a movable feast, based on the lunar calendar rather than falling on the same Sunday every year. It is a joyous festival and a time of redemption.
    Distributed: 2009-03-03 10:00:00 | Word Count: 1142 | Page Views: 3413 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 2.60
24.   Happy New Year, Class of '10! And Welcome to Your College Financial Aid Base Year by Marc R. Hill
    As they were ringing in the New Year on January 1, high school juniors and their parents were also ringing in their college financial aid "base year." Understanding the pros and cons of any financial moves made during your base year - or any year in which financial aid is applied for - from both a tax and financial aid standpoint goes a long way toward determining what you pay for college. So, let's take a look.
    Distributed: 2009-02-27 11:12:00 | Word Count: 695 | Page Views: 2164 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 3.25
25.   Keep Your Search Engine Options Open To Find Better Information by Trey Pennewell
    Gone are the days when all research was done in the library and with encyclopedias. These days, students can almost avoid the library altogether throughout their education. The Internet is the main reason for this - online libraries, databases, and the World Wide Web have made nearly unlimited information available to its users. Of course, along with any type of good searching and researching practices, users must be cautious with the information they obtain.
    Distributed: 2009-01-20 12:00:00 | Word Count: 968 | Page Views: 2914 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 2.17
26.   The Most Dangerous Christmas Gift to Give A High School Senior by Marc R. Hill
    Saving money is only one consideration when putting a child through college. To fully leverage your educational investments, you have to understand how the financial aid formula will be affected by how and when you use your investments. The choices you make could cost or save your family tens of thousands of dollars. Simple Tricks for Reducing College Tuition Costs...
    Distributed: 2008-12-23 11:48:00 | Word Count: 642 | Page Views: 3403 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 2.00
27.   Does the Long Tail Work for ESL? by Jack Olender
    Do we - English language teachers - get more varied resources satisfying the needs of niche learning groups?
    Distributed: 2008-11-18 11:00:00 | Word Count: 550 | Page Views: 2527 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 2.56
28.   A Brief History Of America's Route 66 by Chuck Saddler
    Route 66 (1926-1985) is probably the most famous highway in the United States. This highway remains in the consciousness of Americans, even in this day and age, 23 years after the road ceased to carry the designation of an official U.S. Highway.
    Distributed: 2008-11-17 14:00:00 | Word Count: 829 | Page Views: 4161 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 2.33
29.   The Relationship Between The NASA Space Shuttle And The Struggling Auto Industry by Arlo Mooney
    With all of the talk in the news about the potential failure of U.S. automakers, many have begun to talk about the far-reaching effects of the auto industry on the U.S. economy.
    Distributed: 2008-11-13 11:00:00 | Word Count: 790 | Page Views: 2611 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 3.40
30.   The Bizarre History Of The HOLLYWOOD Sign by Morris Timlen
    The most famous sign in the history of mankind is the one that graces the side of the hill above Hollywood, California. As famous a landmark as the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio De Janeiro, the Eiffel Tower in Paris France, the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt, The Church of the Savior on Blood in Saint Petersburg Russia, and the Statue Of Liberty in New York City, the Hollywood sign is known around the world as the symbol of the American movie industry.
    Distributed: 2008-11-05 12:12:00 | Word Count: 1211 | Page Views: 32273 | Votes: 28 | Rating: 2.86
31.   Why Taking the GED Test Seriously is Crucial by Jennifer Charleston
    The GED test is run by the American Council of Education and is also known as the General Education Development test. The GED consists of five main sections which are science, social studies, language arts reading, language arts writing and mathematics. By practicing your skills in each of the following subjects you dramatically increase your chances of passing the GED test with flying colors.
    Distributed: 2008-10-21 11:00:00 | Word Count: 796 | Page Views: 4187 | Votes: 14 | Rating: 3.21
32.   Gear Up For Thanksgiving With Fall-Themed Flowers by Wesley Berry, AAF
    The holidays are fast upon us and your florist is undoubtedly beginning to display beautiful fall flower arrangements and products just in time for Thanksgiving. And, since florists who responded to a recent Society of American Florists (SAF) survey chimed in to say that 27% of them had higher Thanksgiving sales in 2005 than they did in 2004, you're bound to see an even greater offering of autumn beauty than you did last year.
    Distributed: 2008-09-23 10:12:00 | Word Count: 412 | Page Views: 3276 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 2.60
33.   The Rapid Job Growth of Medical Assistants by Mark Stout, BSc, MD
    Medical assisting is one of the fastest growing health care jobs. As the American and global population of western countries continues to age, this high growth of many health care jobs is expected to continue through at least the next decade andh employment is projected to grow much faster than average, ranking medical assistants among the fastest growing occupations over the 2006-16 decade. Job opportunities should be excellent, particularly for those with formal training.
    Distributed: 2008-08-14 11:24:00 | Word Count: 631 | Page Views: 4924 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 3.00
34.   December Is The Month Of Christmas, The Poinsettia, And Britney Spears by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Born December 2, 1981, pop princess Britney Spears was born not just in the month of Christmas, but also in the month of the poinsettia, which is December's birth flower.
    Distributed: 2008-06-30 13:00:00 | Word Count: 463 | Page Views: 3093 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 3.22
35.   Online Education for Medical Assistants by Dr. Mark Stout
    Distance education is a field of education that focuses on the use of instructional systems designed to deliver education to students who are not physically on site of a school campus. Rather than attending courses in person, teachers and students may communicate at times of their own choosing by exchanging printed, electronic media or through technology that allows them to communicate in real time.
    Distributed: 2008-06-17 11:24:00 | Word Count: 550 | Page Views: 2589 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 1.00
36.   Online Medical Assistant Schools by Mark Stout, BSc, MD
    Medical assistants perform administrative and clinical tasks to keep the offices of physicians, podiatrists, chiropractors, and other health practitioners running smoothly. The duties of medical assistants vary from office to office, depending on the location and size of the practice and the practitioner's specialty.
    Distributed: 2008-06-05 11:24:00 | Word Count: 399 | Page Views: 3380 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 3.67
37.   Impacts On China - Green Tea And The Global Trade by Jon M. Stout
    5/19/2008 9:48PM China's love affair with green tea is believed to have begun thousands of years ago. It took centuries for the Chinese to share this secret with their neighbors in Japan and even longer for the country to begin exporting this bountiful crop to destinations all over the world.
    Distributed: 2008-05-20 12:00:00 | Word Count: 880 | Page Views: 3077 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 2.71
38.   History Of Green Tea by Jon M. Stout
    Green tea has a history that dates back thousands of years. Although this particular type of tea is only now gaining major notoriety in the West, it has been known to the Chinese and Japanese for centuries. This type of tea is less heavily processed than its counterpart made from the same leaves, but despite this fact, it has not been a heavy export from Asia until the past few years.
    Distributed: 2008-05-20 11:12:00 | Word Count: 988 | Page Views: 3179 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.00
39.   You Don't Need Wikipedia To Understand Some Basic Flower Terms by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Dish gardens...corsages...tussie mussies...the language of the floral industry can be really confusing for those who aren't familiar with it.
    Distributed: 2008-05-20 11:00:00 | Word Count: 538 | Page Views: 3505 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 3.25
40.   What Do Pokemon And Bonsai Trees Have In Common? by Wesley Berry, AAF
    I'll bet you're thinking the answer to what Pokemon and bonsai trees have in common is easy-they both have Japanese origins. Well, you'd actually be wrong. Pokemon do indeed come from Japan, but, although often associated with Japan, the art of bonsai actually began in China.
    Distributed: 2008-05-09 11:00:00 | Word Count: 411 | Page Views: 2954 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 1.83
41.   History of Tea in Hong Kong: Tea, Opium and the Balance of Trade by Jon M. Stout
    Even the most casual visit to Hong Kong cannot help but notice what a uniquely vibrant Asia city it is. Hong Kong is exciting, different, exotic and welcoming - all rolled into one. It is basically Chinese (the majority of the residents are Cantonese) but most people speak English and almost all are engaged in some form of commerce.
    Distributed: 2008-05-07 11:12:00 | Word Count: 1336 | Page Views: 2902 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 3.33
42.   The Story Of Fathers Day by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Father's day, contrary to popular misconception, was not established as a holiday in order to help greeting card manufacturers sell more cards. In fact when a 'father's day' was first proposed there was no fathers day cards!
    Distributed: 2008-05-06 10:36:00 | Word Count: 968 | Page Views: 2960 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.38
43.   Time Keeping and Weather Predictions by Andy Lipps
    In the mid 1700s, Ben Franklin published weather predictions in Poor Richard's Almanac (1732-1757), expressly for the purpose of helping farmers anticipate the way that their crops would be affected by the weather. Weather predication has changed a lot since the days of Ben Franklin, but those initial lessons about weather observations can be practiced by the average person, even at home.
    Distributed: 2008-05-06 10:24:00 | Word Count: 865 | Page Views: 3006 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 2.40
44.   The Origin And History Of Mother's Day by Wesley Berry, AAF
    The origin and history of Mother's Day goes back to the era of the ancient Greeks and Romans. But the roots of Mother's Day history can also be traced in the United Kingdom where a Mothering Sunday was celebrated much before the festival saw the light of day in the United States.
    Distributed: 2008-05-01 13:00:00 | Word Count: 1152 | Page Views: 2624 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 2.29
45.   Greenwich Mean Time: What Is It and Why It Matters by Andy Lipps
    Ultimately, the concept of why accurate time keeping is important can be traced back hundreds of years. In the 1880s, it was determined that there needed to be some sort of international standard for time keeping. It was because of this need to set standards in time keeping that Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) were established.
    Distributed: 2008-04-29 10:24:00 | Word Count: 769 | Page Views: 2689 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 2.83
46.   It's All About the Clocks by Andy Lipps
    Clocks these days - well, they sure aren't what they once were; and that might not be such a bad thing. The first clocks, going way back to the 1300s, were a big step up from sun dials as a means of telling time, but it's hard to say that they were very accurate.
    Distributed: 2008-04-25 12:36:00 | Word Count: 718 | Page Views: 2465 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 3.50
47.   Graduation Flowers Are At The Head Of The Class by Wesley Berry, AAF
    The coming of spring signals new beginnings, and each year many young adults take the first steps toward that new beginning when they walk across the stage to accept a diploma at their graduation ceremony. Of course, with graduation comes excitement, smiles, tears, a big celebration, and lots of wonderful memories. One way to help make the day even more beautiful and memorable is with flowers.
    Distributed: 2008-04-24 12:24:00 | Word Count: 538 | Page Views: 11944 | Votes: 27 | Rating: 1.78
48.   Study Skills Are Boring! Or, Are They? by Susan Kruger
    In our current 'Information Age,' study skills have an important role to play in our middle schools and high schools. Explore what they are --and are not-- and how they can empower our next generation.
    Distributed: 2008-04-04 11:12:00 | Word Count: 815 | Page Views: 3086 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 3.00
49.   No Need To Be Anglina Jolie To Find Treasure In A Tomb by Wesley Berry, AAF
    A recent discovery in the Valley of the Kings in Egypt proved that you don't need to be Angelina Jolie's character in the movie Tomb Raider to find treasure in a tomb. Archaeologists began their excavation in Luxor hoping to find a mummy, but when they opened the tomb they found a treasure of a very different kind-a garland of flowers entwined with gold.
    Distributed: 2008-03-28 11:36:00 | Word Count: 346 | Page Views: 2862 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 3.11
50.   Homework: A Mother's Day Tribute by Susan Kruger
    Things I wish my mom understood when she was helping me with my homework. And, things she probably wished I understood, too.
    Distributed: 2008-03-25 11:24:00 | Word Count: 685 | Page Views: 2816 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 3.25
51.   Mattel's Barbie May Launch A Floriculture Career by Wesley Berry, AAF
    If Barbie should ever consider making flowers her career, there are some great educational programs and opportunities available to help get her started.
    Distributed: 2008-03-18 13:48:00 | Word Count: 416 | Page Views: 3116 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 1.40
52.   Developing a Quality Assurance and Compliance Program Within Your Organization by Lisa Mazurka
    Many sponsor organizations, clinical research sites and contract research organizations (CROs) are developing and implementing Quality Assurance and Compliance Programs to assure adherence to company and institutional standard operating procedures, compliance with FDA Regulations, GCP Guidelines and protection of human research subjects. Implementation of such programs can improve the conduct of clinical trials and assure accurate, compliant data prior to submission to the FDA. This article will discuss the reason for increased growth in this area, the common types of QA audits and why and how organizations are implementing these programs.
    Distributed: 2008-03-12 11:24:00 | Word Count: 932 | Page Views: 3367 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 2.50
53.   Pi Day, March 14, Is Party Time for Math Fans! by Susan Jarema
    Susan Jarema, founder of Googol Learning always looks for ways to make math more exciting for children. March 14, pi day, is also Albert Einstein's birthday, which offers math lovers the chance to discuss famous discoveries that have been proved through mathematics.
    Distributed: 2008-03-10 17:24:00 | Word Count: 579 | Page Views: 6109 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.00
54.   An Insight Into Passover by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Each Jewish holiday is a lesson in life. What is the unique lesson of Passover? Freedom. It's the type of freedom that has given the Jewish people it's power to survive and to thrive. It's not a freedom of the body as much as a freedom of the spirit. And this freedom is available at Passover-time to help you achieve whatever you want. A person with true freedom knows no bounds, and can achieve whatever they wish. They are free to change themselves and change the world!
    Distributed: 2008-03-04 10:00:00 | Word Count: 1360 | Page Views: 2950 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 2.00
55.   Wild Mustang Horses in the American West by Robb Fowler
    Nearly all of the horses currently running wild in the ranges of the Western United States hailed from the Iberian Peninsula of Southwestern Europe, in a region defined by modern day Spain, Portugal, Andorra and Gibraltar. Keep reading as we examine the history of the horse and the wild mustang in North America...
    Distributed: 2008-02-19 12:48:00 | Word Count: 825 | Page Views: 3674 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 1.60
56.   Flowers Are A Longer Running Hit Than Star Wars by Wesley Berry, AAF
    The first Star Wars movie was released in 1977 and, with five movies and a cartoon series since then, it's remained a hit with fans ever since. Twenty-nine years is a pretty long time in terms of popularity among the American public, but flowers have held worldwide popularity far longer. People have been growing flowers and presenting them as gifts for centuries.
    Distributed: 2008-02-18 12:36:00 | Word Count: 474 | Page Views: 2700 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 2.40
57.   The Key to Success in Psychometric Tests – Personality and Aptitude by Ron Clover
    In the current job market, being invited to a job interview almost always entails taking psychometric tests. The two main elements in psychometric testing consist of – personality tests and aptitude (IQ) tests.
    Distributed: 2008-02-13 11:24:00 | Word Count: 793 | Page Views: 3266 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 3.88
58.   Discover How Hollywood Met the American Old West in Real Life by Bill Platt
    No matter how what they might call it, many look upon the American Old West as a wild and dangerous place that existed in the last half of the 1800's in the American Frontier, west of the Mississippi River in the United States. This article explores the history of the 101 Ranch Rodeo and Oklahoma's role in the early history of the United States.
    Distributed: 2008-01-30 10:24:00 | Word Count: 1381 | Page Views: 5087 | Votes: 12 | Rating: 2.00
59.   The Resurgence of Scrabble by Trevor Johnson
    Today, Scrabble is not merely just a board game. It is an internationally competitive - mind sport - with an active competitive circuit, Scrabble Clubs, National Associations and World Championships.
    Distributed: 2008-01-08 10:12:00 | Word Count: 466 | Page Views: 2488 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 2.20
60.   The Twelve Math Days of Christmas - Easy As Pi! by Susan Jarema
    The holidays are almost here, the kids will be at home and families spending more time together. Here's your chance to make your family time a learning time by incorporating math into your busy holiday schedule. Math can be found in all sorts of activities we do in this season. Learning to combine math in your daily routine is one of the best ways to help your child develop strong math skills. Here are 12 great ways to combine math in your Christmas activities.
    Distributed: 2007-12-17 10:00:00 | Word Count: 742 | Page Views: 8795 | Votes: 12 | Rating: 2.08
61.   10 Great Ways to Ensure Your Child's Success in Math by Susan Jarema
    In today's information age, data is doubling faster than ever before. Kilobytes, megabytes, gigabytes, terabytes - I can't keep up! The math curriculum in schools is much larger, yet schools are required to teach it with increasingly limited resources. This leaves students and parents with the important task of supplementing education at home. Parents truly need to be partners in the learning process to ensure that our children stay ahead.
    Distributed: 2007-12-14 10:36:00 | Word Count: 885 | Page Views: 3004 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 3.60
62.   New Year's Goal Setting and Math Add Up to Higher Grades for Students! by Susan Jarema
    Math provides the perfect opportunity for goal-setting lessons: its aims are realistic, obtainable, measurable and can be broken down into smaller goals or tasks. Developing goal-setting skills will help students learn how to manage their time, make better decisions and take ownership of their own academic progress
    Distributed: 2007-12-11 10:12:00 | Word Count: 1473 | Page Views: 3063 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 2.40
63.   The Importance Of Memorizing The Times Tables by Susan Jarema
    Students who have mastered multiplication gain a solid foundation in mathematics that will help them throughout middle school, high school and beyond. The following are the answer to common questions that parents ask in my multiplication workshops.
    Distributed: 2007-12-05 11:12:00 | Word Count: 824 | Page Views: 26505 | Votes: 52 | Rating: 3.21
64.   So You Think You're Stupid? Maybe You Are. by Susan Kruger
    I recently received an email from a parent who is desperately frustrated over the struggles her middle-school son is facing. He has been diagnosed with ADHD and bi-polar disorder. School and everyday life, she says, is a real struggle; he looses everything and forgets everything. Like every other student I have met with these same characteristics, he also happens to be brilliant.
    Distributed: 2007-11-20 14:00:00 | Word Count: 971 | Page Views: 2589 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.00
65.   Homework - I Don't Have Time for It! by Susan Kruger
    Incomplete homework is the most common reason for failing grades among students. Learn how to overcome a major homework excuse, yet still have time for 'fun.'
    Distributed: 2007-10-12 10:00:00 | Word Count: 733 | Page Views: 2935 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 2.20
66.   Organizing Students: The Cure for Morning Mayhem by Susan Kruger
    A simple step that reduces forgotten items at home and helps make mornings more peaceful.
    Distributed: 2007-09-11 12:36:00 | Word Count: 632 | Page Views: 2713 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.13
67.   Quantum Entanglement: The New Physics Behind Fair Trade Eco Jewelry by Marc Choyt
    What unconscious force makes us attracted to one piece of jewelry over another? Quantum entanglement. This playful article, written for the wedding and mainstream jewelry consumer, provides a scientific argument, based on 'new physics,' for fair trade and ethically sourced jewelry. Scientific journals that prove how human DNA actually changes the quantum characteristics of jewelry.
    Distributed: 2007-08-23 11:00:00 | Word Count: 939 | Page Views: 3155 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.00
68.   Celtic Bracelets: Torques, Talismans, And Treasures by Marc Choyt
    This article discusses the history of torques as elaborate status symbols in the ancient Celtic world. Toques were thought to contain the power to ward off the curses of enemies and maleficent sorcerers, as well as to provide protection and courage during battle. They symbolically represented essential aspects of a Celt's relationship to his community and the universe as a whole.
    Distributed: 2007-08-20 16:48:00 | Word Count: 742 | Page Views: 5904 | Votes: 14 | Rating: 2.00
69.   Farmers Want Willie Nelson Back by Bob Miller
    Holy smokes! Land sakes alive! No, it wasn't Elvis; but the audience ended up all shook up anyway.
    Distributed: 2007-08-02 10:12:00 | Word Count: 621 | Page Views: 2255 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 2.67
70.   First Nations' Sovereignty Versus The Rights Of The States by Eagle Vale
    When the Europeans established Jamestown 400 years ago this year, they came with the intention of creating a new American empire in the land of our fathers.
    Distributed: 2007-07-12 10:00:00 | Word Count: 1759 | Page Views: 3357 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 1.67
71.   Native Americans, the True Aboriginal Peoples Of North America by Eagle Vale
    For hundreds of years now, the Native Americans, indeed the true aboriginal peoples of the North American continent, have experienced multiple trials and tribulations at the hands of those who first came to settle this continent. Everything that they did throughout the harsh history of their relations with the aboriginal nations, only stood to benefit European settlers, not the First Nations of this great North American continent.
    Distributed: 2007-07-10 11:24:00 | Word Count: 774 | Page Views: 3149 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 3.64
72.   Back to School Bliss in 21 Days by Susan Kruger
    Tips for getting your school-year off to a relaxed and productive start. This action plan will guide you through a step-by-step approach for beginning a successful school year on the home-front.
    Distributed: 2007-07-10 11:00:00 | Word Count: 754 | Page Views: 3867 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 2.67
73.   A Good Teacher Never Stops Learning by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    Think about the phrase, a good teacher never stops learning. What does that phrase mean to you?
    Distributed: 2007-07-06 12:39:00 | Word Count: 419 | Page Views: 15379 | Votes: 47 | Rating: 2.06
74.   Get In Touch With Your Native Heritage Today by Eagle Vale
    As a Native American, it can be hard to live in a nation where we are ignored for the most part. Our people are the true Native American people, but as we look upon our nation, we find that we have little presence and recognition in the nation's community
    Distributed: 2007-07-03 10:00:00 | Word Count: 753 | Page Views: 4090 | Votes: 12 | Rating: 1.75
75.   Understanding The Precious Culture Of The Hopi by Eagle Vale
    Hopi Indian is a term that means good, peaceful, or wise. The Hopi are descendants of the Southwestern Pueblo and similarly, they live off the many different variations of corn and depend on these food crops as their main source of food. Also in their gardens, observers will find beans, squash, melons, pumpkins, and fruit.
    Distributed: 2007-06-28 10:00:00 | Word Count: 769 | Page Views: 3209 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 2.60
76.   Finding Online Support For Native American And First Nations Cultures by Eagle Vale
    As a Native American in the Western world, it is even more essential that we remain true to our roots and continue to show unwavering support for each other. We have a rich and diverse culture that needs to be celebrated in as many ways as possible. We are a strong group from the tribal nations, a group that has stuck together from the aboriginal people of the native lands.
    Distributed: 2007-06-26 10:00:00 | Word Count: 788 | Page Views: 2200 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.38
77.   Members Of The First Nations: Embrace Future Generations To Honor Your Ancestors And The Great Spirit by Eagle Vale
    As Native Americans, we share an experience. We share a belief in the Great Spirit, a respect for our ancestors and a community spirit that cannot be taken away from us, as our land has been since the 'settlement' of the Americas over five hundred years ago.
    Distributed: 2007-06-20 10:00:00 | Word Count: 605 | Page Views: 2888 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 2.56
78.   A Funny Thing About Extinctions – The History Of The Taino's by Eagle Vale
    The truth is that it is not really funny. I am saddened by the extinction of many species and populations. The Great Spirit put all plants, insects, birds and animals on Mother Earth, because all have an important role to play in the grand scheme of life.
    Distributed: 2007-06-07 16:00:00 | Word Count: 1725 | Page Views: 4468 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 1.83
79.   Immigration Fuels Canada's Multi-Cultural Growth As A Nation by Marlon Harville
    Immigration, the entrance of people into a country for the purpose of settling there, has always played a central role in Canada's history. In comparison to many other nations, immigration into Canada has generally been viewed as being much easier than in other countries. Canada as whole seems to be a favorable place for immigrants to gain naturalization.
    Distributed: 2007-05-17 10:12:00 | Word Count: 853 | Page Views: 3394 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 3.50
80.   The Authenticity Of Civil War Reenactments by Tiffani Lott
    The authenticity of Civil War reneactments is of extreme importance to many Americans who regard them as an important means, not only of participating in an enjoyable activity, but also of keeping alive the history of the period.
    Distributed: 2007-05-07 10:00:00 | Word Count: 712 | Page Views: 4742 | Votes: 14 | Rating: 2.36
81.   Where Native American History Was Lost And Found by Eagle Vale
    From the early days of European settlement in the America's, the relationship between the Europeans and our First Nation's people has been one of convenience for the European's. At times they would feast with our peoples with a great camaraderie, and at other times, they would war with our people and kill us without regard for civility.
    Distributed: 2007-04-27 11:17:00 | Word Count: 1381 | Page Views: 3226 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 3.00
82.   How To Take A Test: Learn How To Handle Test Anxiety And Become A Strategic Test-Taker. by Susan Kruger
    The following action plan will give you a greater sense of control during tests, which will allow you to be more relaxed and think more clearly. These tips are also good for most standardized tests.
    Distributed: 2007-04-23 10:12:00 | Word Count: 703 | Page Views: 3560 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 3.29
83.   Tea: Earl Grey Tea: Who Was Earl Grey? by Marcus Stout
    Earl Grey tea is a popular flavored black tea named after an historic figure in 19th century England. Earl Grey's existence and historic accomplishments are well documented but his influence on the tea that bears his name is less clear.
    Distributed: 2007-04-18 10:24:00 | Word Count: 548 | Page Views: 3870 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 3.25
84.   History Of Tea – Taxes And Smuggling In 18th Century England by Jon M. Stout
    Since its introduction to the western world, tea has grown in popularity and is now the second most popular beverage in the world after water. Throughout its history tea demand has grown as a result of its good taste, health and medicinal properties and increasingly efficient channels of production and distribution.
    Distributed: 2007-04-13 10:12:00 | Word Count: 1212 | Page Views: 4667 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 2.22
85.   The Types of Fountains Found in Florence, Italy by Elizabeth Jean
    There were two broad classes of Tuscan water fountains known in the 1500's: the freestanding or "isolated" type, designed for the center of a piazza, court, or garden; and the "engaged" or wall fountain, placed against a wall at the end of a square or courtyard.
    Distributed: 2007-04-09 11:00:00 | Word Count: 833 | Page Views: 7740 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 2.09
86.   Native Americans Torn From Their Past: How Indigenous Native American people Faced Forced Resettlement by Eagle Vale
    For thousands of years, we native american people lived our lives at one with our lands and the animals that occupied our lands. Mother Earth gave us what we needed to survive, thrive and grow as a people, and we returned the favor by taking good care of our Mother Earth.
    Distributed: 2007-04-03 13:36:00 | Word Count: 1326 | Page Views: 2987 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 2.33
87.   The'Cylix' Type Fountain in Florence by Elizabeth Jean
    One form of small freestanding fountain is the "cylix" type, so named because the footed, bowl-shaped basin which forms its nucleus re­sembles both in shape and in proportions the classical cylix or drinking cup. Only two basins of this type in the style of the Florentine Quattrocento have been preserved:
    Distributed: 2007-03-30 11:35:00 | Word Count: 646 | Page Views: 3296 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 2.89
88.   Homework: Multi-Tasking Or Distracting? by Susan Kruger
    Learn how to reduce homework time by reducing distractions. A high school student shares her tips on how she cut her daily homework time in half.
    Distributed: 2007-03-09 11:36:00 | Word Count: 523 | Page Views: 5041 | Votes: 13 | Rating: 3.15
89.   Charlemagne Meets a Chinese Princess by K T Ong
    Explores the interesting possibilities offered in certain recorded legends pertaining to the medieval ruler Charlemagne, mainly what interactions could take place between China and medieval Europe.
    Distributed: 2007-02-28 10:24:00 | Word Count: 1027 | Page Views: 3222 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 1.73
90.   The Evolution of Bathing and Showers by Cecil Radmore
    The oldest known archeological example of plumbing systems for baths dates back to 3300 B.C. in India. We also know that in the Bible, bathing was an important component of the Hebrew tradition, although the Israelites were instructed to go down to the river for their baths.
    Distributed: 2007-02-27 18:36:00 | Word Count: 1275 | Page Views: 3203 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 3.25
91.   Homework; The Power of 'Positive' Consequences by Susan Kruger
    Learn how to use rewards to improve homework motivation and cooperation.
    Distributed: 2007-02-07 10:24:00 | Word Count: 611 | Page Views: 3268 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 2.91
92.   New Year. New Semester. New Homework Solutions. by Susan Kruger
    Learn how to identify specific homework problems and create easy systems to solve them.
    Distributed: 2007-01-18 10:48:00 | Word Count: 646 | Page Views: 4491 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 3.00
93.   Opportunities for Teaching Internationally by Justin Burch
    Throughout the world, there are international schools looking to hire American, Canadian and British teachers. With over 900 K-12 schools in locations as diverse as China and Italy, the opportunities for teaching overseas are incredible.
    Distributed: 2007-01-15 16:10:00 | Word Count: 620 | Page Views: 2960 | Votes: 13 | Rating: 2.08
94.   History Of The Filbert (Hazelnut) by Patrick Malcolm
    The modern name for filberts has evolved from European folklore. The original name was connected with Saint Philbert's Day (Saint Filbert), the day that harvesting the nuts began, August 22nd, the day of observing the Saint's day of celebration.
    Distributed: 2006-12-26 12:36:00 | Word Count: 867 | Page Views: 4780 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 3.00
95.   A Restaurateurs 30 Interesting Wine Facts by Ian Macdonald
    As owner of a winery and also a restaurant, I often get asked a lot of questions about wine and also about the wine industry in general. So here are some great wine facts for you to savour.
    Distributed: 2006-12-22 17:54:00 | Word Count: 569 | Page Views: 2952 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 2.00
96.   Cultural Crossings: 10,000 Years of Memories by Travel Alberta
    The First Nations – literally, the first peoples here – likely began settling in Alberta as early as 10,000 to 12,000 years ago, after the glaciers that helped carve the Rocky Mountains and the prairies finally receded. In the south, peoples such as the Blackfoot, Blood and Peigan hunted the bison that in the early 19th century numbered some 40 million across the North American plains. Further north, First Nations such as the Woodland Cree and the Chipewyan took advantage of rivers and woodland to fish, and to hunt game such as moose and caribou.
    Distributed: 2006-12-14 16:00:00 | Word Count: 1291 | Page Views: 2614 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 2.80
97.   I Left my Homework at Home! by Susan Kruger
    Strategies to help students eliminate excuses and be prepared for school everyday.
    Distributed: 2006-12-06 15:00:00 | Word Count: 385 | Page Views: 4258 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 2.83
98.   Help Make Parenting Become a National Priority by Kerby T. Alvy, Ph.D.
    Parents, teachers, heads of corporations and even the President of the United States are being urged to make effective parenting a national priority by signing a petition affirming the importance of advocating, celebrating and promoting effective parenting and parenting education.
    Distributed: 2006-11-29 11:24:00 | Word Count: 250 | Page Views: 3371 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 3.40
99.   Homework; Staying Focused to Get it Done by Susan Kruger
    Strategies to help you avoid distractions and stay on-task with your homework.
    Distributed: 2006-11-14 10:36:00 | Word Count: 831 | Page Views: 3392 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 2.55
100.   Ancient Bible References to Date Palm Trees, Phoenix dactylifera by Patrick Malcolm
    References to Date Palms from the Bible.
    Distributed: 2006-11-09 13:48:00 | Word Count: 1485 | Page Views: 7421 | Votes: 18 | Rating: 2.50
101.   The Pros and Cons of Teaching Abroad by Justin Burch
    As it has been said, teaching abroad isn't for everybody. Each program you will encounter will require some prerequisites and the proper attitude, but will offer unique challenges and personal incentives to the right individual. Here is an impartial analysis of opportunities confronting both sides of the arguments you need to consider before deciding to teach abroad
    Distributed: 2006-10-31 12:12:00 | Word Count: 720 | Page Views: 7284 | Votes: 20 | Rating: 3.15
102.   How to Study for a Math Test: A practical action plan that will help you prepare for math tests. by Susan Kruger
    When I was a student and teachers would say, "Study for your math test!" I would think, "How do I 'study' for a math test?" I now realize that 'study' is the wrong verb. You really need to 'practice' for a math test.
    Distributed: 2006-10-31 10:36:00 | Word Count: 544 | Page Views: 5216 | Votes: 23 | Rating: 3.48
103.   How to Study For a Test by Susan Kruger
    How to Study for a Test: A practical action plan that will teach you how to maximize your brain's efficiency to effectively study for tests.
    Distributed: 2006-10-24 10:00:00 | Word Count: 940 | Page Views: 3398 | Votes: 13 | Rating: 2.62
104.   Ancient Explorers Discovered Unique Native Nut Trees Growing In America by Patrick Malcolm
    History of American nut trees.
    Distributed: 2006-10-19 10:48:00 | Word Count: 1404 | Page Views: 5139 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.63
105.   What Does Short, Long, Flat And Square Mean In Forex Trading? by Sam Beatson
    Short, long, square and flat explained in terms of forex trading (Spot FX).
    Distributed: 2006-10-11 10:48:00 | Word Count: 525 | Page Views: 6706 | Votes: 20 | Rating: 2.90
106.   An Apple for the Teacher; A Little Appreciation Goes a Long Way by Susan Kruger
    Developing a positive relationship with your child's teachers will go a lot further than you might think. Discover how making connections with teachers can dramatically improve your child's education and learn simple ways to show your appreciation.
    Distributed: 2006-10-10 10:00:00 | Word Count: 811 | Page Views: 3282 | Votes: 12 | Rating: 3.67
107.   Students: Increase Your Grades...Talk to Your Teachers by Susan Kruger
    Most teachers see 90-170 students everyday, so students must stand out in the crowd! Learn the benefits of making a positive impression on your teachers and simple ways to make it happen.
    Distributed: 2006-10-04 11:00:00 | Word Count: 782 | Page Views: 3866 | Votes: 14 | Rating: 2.71
108.   ADD/ADHD – Developing Confidence in School by Susan Kruger
    ADD/ADHD certainly presents is challenges, but there is no reason why an ADHD diagnosis has to stand in your way of feeling confident and achieving success. This article explains why having ADHD is really a good thing and introduces three steps you can do to reach your greatest potential.
    Distributed: 2006-10-03 10:12:00 | Word Count: 1155 | Page Views: 4158 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 2.09
109.   Egyptian Decor by Maryann Larsen
    The ancient Egyptians were a highly civilized people who left behind a wealth of statues, bas reliefs, sculptures, canopic jars, busts and other artistic pieces. Today, you can purchase professionally recreated replicas of nearly all the famous pieces, including, Isis, King Tut and the god, Anubis. You can also find exquisite replicas of Egyptian statues, Egyptian wall hangings and Egyptian plaques.
    Distributed: 2006-09-29 11:36:00 | Word Count: 453 | Page Views: 3491 | Votes: 18 | Rating: 1.94
110.   History of Introduced Fruits into America - Native American Fruit Trees and Hybrid Fruit Tree Improvements by Patrick Malcolm
    A history of fruits introduced into America, as well as others.
    Distributed: 2006-09-28 14:00:00 | Word Count: 1461 | Page Views: 5196 | Votes: 12 | Rating: 2.92
111.   Why Does Homework Cause So Much Grief? by Susan Kruger
    Most parents wonder with exasperation, "Why does homework cause such a major problem!?" In order to answer that question, it is important to consider many factors.
    Distributed: 2006-09-20 13:48:00 | Word Count: 1388 | Page Views: 3361 | Votes: 19 | Rating: 2.37
112.   North Korea: A Global Threat by Michael Laveen
    Japan is now working with the United Nations, and the United States, having condemned their tests for some time, has asked for six-party talks with North Korea. This means, the United States, Japan, South Korea, China and Russia are all multilateral participants in the ensuing discussions.
    Distributed: 2006-08-29 10:48:00 | Word Count: 428 | Page Views: 2541 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.75
113.   History of the Cherry Tree by Patrick Malcolm
    A history of fruiting and flowering cherry trees.
    Distributed: 2006-08-24 12:00:00 | Word Count: 1210 | Page Views: 6572 | Votes: 13 | Rating: 2.23
114.   Learning to Learn by Jim Coe
    Strange as it seems, during my 16 years as a student, not one of my teachers discussed how to learn. Are you as interested in learning as me?
    Distributed: 2006-08-22 10:36:00 | Word Count: 1160 | Page Views: 2972 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 2.40
115.   History of Walnuts by Patrick Malcolm
    Ever wanted to know the history of the good old Walnut? Learn of its history and other facts in this article.
    Distributed: 2006-08-18 10:00:00 | Word Count: 1111 | Page Views: 5395 | Votes: 14 | Rating: 2.71
116.   History of the Pecan by Patrick Malcolm
    Pecan trees, "Carya illinoinensis," grow in natural groves in bottom lands near rivers or lakes with nearby periodic overflowing water. Archeological remains and fossil evidence reveals that pecans were collected and stored by Indians, the original settlers and inhabitants of America, and the group now known as the "mound builders."
    Distributed: 2006-08-09 11:48:00 | Word Count: 1437 | Page Views: 4312 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 2.22
117.   Online Education and the Challenge of Motivation by Timothy D. Arnold
    Getting an online education is both a very thrilling proposition and a challenging one as well. It is quite exciting to learn through a very new and non-traditional form of education and it offers a set of new challenges that would compel individuals to really immerse themselves in what they are doing.
    Distributed: 2006-08-03 13:26:00 | Word Count: 610 | Page Views: 3603 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 2.00
118.   Tips For Keeping The Kids Busy This Summer by Jance Hayes
    Summer anticipation can quickly segment into summer boredom. Here are some tips to keep your young ones busy during the long summer vacation.
    Distributed: 2006-07-31 15:12:00 | Word Count: 321 | Page Views: 2715 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 3.00
119.   The History And Evolution Of Medical Grade Latex Gloves by Davin Abernathy
    We all know what latex gloves are and why they are important, but many people do not realize how long people have been using medical gloves and the changes that they have gone through over the years. Believe it or not, latex gloves have been in use in the medical community since 1889.
    Distributed: 2006-06-16 10:24:00 | Word Count: 966 | Page Views: 7883 | Votes: 16 | Rating: 2.31
120.   Forex in a Nutshell Crash Article by Sam Beatson
    The Forex or foreign exchange is also known as FX, and can be traded upon by anyone from home who has an internet connection and some knowledge. Most people have the belief that trading currency is extremely risky and a gamble. However there are many ways to technically analyse the market and identify the pattern of the movement to the point we can instigate "good" trades on a consistent basis.
    Distributed: 2006-06-15 10:00:00 | Word Count: 770 | Page Views: 2586 | Votes: 14 | Rating: 2.50
121.   Understanding the Technology of Email by Bill Platt
    People will ask help with their email accounts. I always ask, "do you have a web mail account or a POP3 email account?" In my mind, it has always been a rather simple question. Yet, the truth is that the answer is not so simple to most Internet users. If you are scratching your head trying to figure out just what I am talking about, you will be able to answer the question without confusion by the time you finish reading this article.
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