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An Apple Netbook With Touchscreen Coming Soon?

March 12, 2009

With all the net books coming out, seems like Mac wants to get a piece of the pie as well. Their newest design seems to be fantastic as well.

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Line25 Launch Party

March 11, 2009

Line25 is the drawing board of creative web design, a place where ideas and inspirations are drafted out and presented to web creatives through articles, tutorials and roundups of cutting edge website design. Whether you’re a web professional or a learning the basics of web design, there’s a range of posts to feed your design creativity.

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Video Wednesday #3

March 11, 2009

So this is the third week of Video Wednesday, and it seems to be something good. This week I got some videos to give you a good laugh. “Everytime you smile at someone, it is an action of love, a gift to that person, a beautiful thing. — Mother Teresa” I found this quote this week and it does mean a lot, I am a person of constant laughter and smiles. So here I present you – smiles!

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Top 60 incredibly useful WordPress plugins to power up your blog

March 10, 2009

Top 60 incredibly handy WordPress plugins to power up your blog are thoroughly handpicked to be included in this list. Among some popular WordPress plugins you also will discover new, not so well known or underrated but extremely useful WordPress plugins. To make it easy for you all WordPress plugins are listed within the topics: […]

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WpVote: WpVote is the social bookmarking site for everything related to WordPress, from hacks to news.

March 9, 2009

About WpVote WpVote was created on August 2008 by Jean-Baptiste Jung to be the “Digg site for WordPress fanatics”. The site quickly grew but few problem appeared: First, the Pligg CMS which was used at the time wasn’t easy to modify and had a few annoying bugs. And secondly, the site was constantly spammed and […]

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Armenian Genocide

March 9, 2009

Before the Genocide Somewhat surprisingly to many, Armenians and Turks lived in relative harmony in the Ottoman Empire for centuries. Armenians were known as the “loyal millet”. During these times, although Armenians were not equal and had to put up with certain special hardships, taxes and second class citizenship, they were pretty well accepted and […]

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