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Technology
by mcimicata
9 years ago
A Da Vinci Emily Crib Review That Will Expose The Pros And Cons

There are a handful of people that would easily buy a product without ever reading a consumer review on it; they will simply listen to the salesperson, and believe every word that they say. It is not that the majority of salespeople would lie to their customers, but they...

Health
by Brock Anderson
7 years ago
Di Vinci Robotic Surgery - Saving Lives and Recovery Time

When most people think of robotics, they remember television movies where robots are either very friendly or extremely dangerous.  Could you imagine having open heart surgery and being able to go home seven to ten days later?   How many of us would have ever believed that one day robotics would be used to save lives.  Well welcome to medical science at its best. Allow me to introduce Da Vinci robotic surgery.

Lifestyle
by Samuel Lee
9 years ago
Dilma Rousseff Became the First Female President of Brazil

Dilma Rousseff Became the First Female President of BrazilDilma Rousseff, a former Marxist rebel, was sworn in as Brazil's first female president n the first day of 2011. She took the oath of office alongside Vice President Michel Temer in the National Congress. She is now in charge of Latin America’s largest nation that has improved its financial and political aspects on the world stage under outgoing leader Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva leaves his elected post as Brazil’s most popular president as he has chosen Dilma Rousseff to be his successor. She takes on the mammoth task of maintaining Brazil’s momentum on being a top-ten economy. The approval rating for Lula da Silva, who was able to keenly cut poverty during his eight years of presidency, in his last week in office was 87 percent showed that the population endear. Dilma served as his energy minister before she became his chief of stafDilma Rousseff recognition as a resilient politician when she was part of Lula da Silva’s staff member earned her the nickname “Iron Lady.” She will be taking over a country with high hopes for continuation of gaining improvements to the standard of living. Yet, Brazil still has much-needed work on its education, infrastructure, and security.[read the rest]

Travel & Places
by Battenberg
7 years ago
Entertainment
by Fran5050
1 year ago
Drawing Materials Used by Leonardo da Vinci - The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace

Leonardo da Vinci: A Life in Drawing marks the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci.

Sports
by MC Riz
6 years ago
10 Worst Soccer Injuries of All Time

A countdown of the 10 most terrible soccer injuries of all time

Sports
by AlexOpenshaw
8 years ago
5 Greatest Moments in Women's Soccer

With the beautiful game having been dominated by men for so many years, the women's game has, by now, given us many moments to savour.

Entertainment
by Flynn-the-Cat
9 years ago
DeviantART

DeviantART is the largest art gallery site online at the moment. I've had an account there for almost exactly three years. While I have tried other sites (e.g. Elfwood, RedBubble, Artician) and have continued to return to DeviantART as my 'main' gallery. It is where I upload my scraps, my...

Entertainment
by Fran5050
1 year ago
Leonardo da Vinci A Life in Drawing - Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace

The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace, presents Leonardo da Vinci: A Life in Drawing.

Entertainment
by JengoJengo
7 years ago
Best Super Nintendo Games of All Time

My personal picks for the top Super Nintendo games ever made and played.

Lifestyle
by Venetia
9 years ago
20 or More Yat Terms You Must Learn In Order to Communicate or Navigate in New Orleans

For the wonderlust-struck traveler who wisely decides to visit Louisiana and of course, New Orleans, there are a few hard and fast "Yat" terms one should learn.

History
by Hani Julien
7 years ago
The Usual Suspects: People Spreading World's Biggest Conspiracies

Get to know the people behind some of the world's biggest conspiracies of all time.

Entertainment
by Yindee
6 years ago
Second Helpings of Leonardo Da Vinci's Last Supper

The Last Supper by Leonardo Da Vinci has been faithfully copied by a number of his pupils. They provide a good "meal" as compared to visiting the remains of it in Milan. Come and take a look with us!

Sports
by spash
7 years ago
The Best Golf Courses in the Algarve

Wanting to know what the best golf courses are in the Algarve is not a surprise. But with more than forty courses and over thirty different clubs, it is good to know which ones top the list.

Travel & Places
by kochhar_mehak
8 years ago
Travel guide to Danang in Vietnam

well, i am just back from my vacation at Danang in Vietnam. Must say, its a wonderful place to be with. I really enjoyed my vacations there and had a wonderful experiance. I am providing a brief overview about the city's history, Art and culture,Nightlife, sports activities and major outdoor places to visit out there.

Travel & Places
by Wesman_Todd_Shaw
6 years ago
Ilha da Queimada Grande, An Island Of Death, and The Golden Lancehead Viper

The island of Ilha da Queimada Grande is a place of death. There it is said that a golden lancehead viper is never more than three feet away.

Entertainment
by tekaha
8 years ago
Clear Light of Day by Anita Desai: A Book Review

Clear Light of Day is a stunning novel by Anita Desai. It focuses on a siblings in India and how the disintegration of their family parallels the division of a nation around the time of Partition.

History
by x3xsolxdierx3x
8 years ago
Top 10 Most Expensive Antiques

Have you ever been to an antiques shop and wondered why it's all so valuable? Well some people truly buy in to the idea of antiques being priceless, and some truly astonishingly huge sums have been paid for some of the most valuable antiques. Usually for an item to be considered priceless there can be no other piece quite like it, or it has to have phenomenal origins. People purchase these items because they are testaments to our history and the past.

Lifestyle
by galleryofgrace
11 years ago
The Collections at the Museum Louvre, Paris (Part 1 of 2)

The museum began with a Royal Collection from the King's of France. Since that time they have continued to acquire thousands of paintings. King Francis the 1st has been given credit for truly founding the royal collection. The works began with Cimabue and ran to the 19th century. ...

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