Monthly Archives: January 2011

Social networking under fresh attack as tide of cyber-scepticism sweeps US | Media | The Observer

“Twitter and Facebook don’t connect people – they isolate them from reality, say a rising number of academics.” I don’t completely agree with this view held by the rising number of academics. I’ll explain why. First of all, I’m neither … Continue reading

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The World’s Happiest Countries

The World’s Happiest Countries Most of the nations atop our list are democratic, business-friendly, and boast strong social safety nets. By Christopher Helman Norway: the world’s happiest country iStock More from Yahoo.com Check flight deals now! Tips for Wellness on … Continue reading

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view-of-retirement-at-107: Personal Finance News from Yahoo! Finance

Eight years ago, at age 99, Leonard McCracken failed the eye test for renewing his driver’s license. He put his Lincoln Continental up for sale and got $1,600. “I sold it in three days — I got a good price. … Continue reading

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22 ways to fight rising food prices

Food, clothing and shelter generally top the list of basic human needs. While shopping at a discount store instead of the mall generally takes care of the clothing issue, and living in a small apartment instead of a McMansion can … Continue reading

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6-things-you-should-never-reveal-on-facebook: Personal Finance News from Yahoo! Finance

provided byhttp://moneywatch.bnet.com/“> The whole social networking phenomenon has millions of Americans sharing their photos, favorite songs and details about their class reunions on Facebook, MySpace, Twitter and dozens of similar sites. But there are a handful of personal details that … Continue reading

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Things Babies Born in 2011 Will Never Know

If ever you thought you could bypass change, check out these well-known icons of our generation that will be relegated to the museum by the time the current generation graduates high school (there will still be museums, right?!) Having children … Continue reading

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