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The world-wide web is a vast universe full of these.
In the spirit of Sharing is Caring, I share my finds with you all.
Check them out.
Hopefully you’ll find, that these are:
GOOD FINDS, GOOD READS
This one is a great contribution to the world! Who would’ve thought you didn’t need electricity to refrigerate produce?
Science how I love thee!!! Good Read!
LJ Earnest from the SimpleProductivity blog shares with us, several tips for not losing it while dealing with millions of things to do.
Simple useful tips that don’t hurt to try.
Interesting eye-opening article on the NYTimes, about the effect of the fact that kids are not reading in school. This applies to, I dare say, many schools in many countries.
In our schools, children are being taught what is easy to teach rather than what they need to learn.
Children are taught to read, but they don’t read. It’s not enough to teach how to read, if you don’t teach reading as a habit.
Illiteracy is growing and growing and it keeps going like the energizer bunny.
when you are logged into Facebook and then browse the web (completely separately from your Facebook activities) Facebook knows what sites you are visiting.
whenever you click a Facebook ‘like’ button on any website, your preference is not only shared with your friends and on your profile, but data about your interests is sent back to Facebook’s servers – ready to be provided or sold to their advertising partners.
Makes you think huh? Wait till you read what happens whenever your hit what looks like simple harmless ‘like’ button, or what people can get to find out about you with the ‘face recognition‘ capabilities! :S
Bernard Marr exposes the ways Facebook can track you even when you thought your privacy settings were unbreakable.
Read this article, there are also useful suggestions on how to really make your privacy private and unexploitable.
Have you ever wondered why your finger nails grow at a different rate than your toe nails?
Well, read this to get a pretty good idea what exactly happens on your hands and toes.
p.s. I can’t imagine how complicated life can be with 28 feet 4.5 inches of finger nails! Scary thought!