Saturday, July 14, 2012
Daily Digests (06)
Justin Bieber - Mana - Kid Cudi
Get to know more about a seemingly unheard of rock band, an internet YouTube sensation, and an alternative rapper hitmaker, whose international music reach knows no bounds and no stopping whatsoever.
They've got one of the biggest names and widest fanbase the world over. Catch a glimpse of them performing live.
Is Japan Being Punished?
Amidst the drama, the rubble, and the threat of nuclear fallout, a small group of animal activists who have bore witness to Japan’s massive animal abuse can’t help but wonder if the country is being punished.
But by who? God? Who knows. Read more...
Top 3 Drinking Water Sources
There used to be an era where most of us could drink water from faucets. We trust our water companies to provide us with clean potable water. They, on the other hand, trust their underground piping system and chlorine formulation to bring about tap water safely to every home.
Asian Eye Institute Cataract Surgery
For those who missed out on Asian Eye Institute's (AEI) sponsored cataract removal program last April, do not fret. Asian Eye Institute is once again recruiting patients (with cataracts) for their presbyopia-correcting intraocular lens (IOL) study.
President Noynoy Aquino's Inaugural Speech
One of these days, President Benigno “Noynoy” C. Aquino will have to measure up against the vows and promises he gave during his historic oath taking. People were moved by his speech; basically because he knew what the masses have been longing to hear.
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Take Control of Diabetes
Diabetes is a long lasting and recurring disease. Even with today’s advancements in medicine, diabetes is still difficult to cure.
But with determination and lifestyle modification, it can be managed. Read more...
Two Types of Diabetes
Diabetes is a condition in which a person has a high glucose (blood sugar) level. This is probably because the body cells do not produce or properly use insulin. Insulin is a hormone that is needed by the body to convert sugar, starches, and other food sources into energy needed for daily life. Read more...
Lunch Time? PSP Network Gaming Time
Morning hours at the office usually start up light but end up pretty much stressful for everyone. That’s why we always look forward to lunch break as a time to relax, have a nice chat. Most takes their time enjoying their meal while some eat like there’s no tomorrow because it’s PSP network gaming time. Read more...
How Far Would You Go in Enforcing Discipline?
Up to what extent would you try to discipline your child? That depends, you might say, on how old your child is and on what he or she has done. But would you do the likes of one mom who beat her own son to the extreme?
Free Cataract Removal at Asian Eye Institute
Are you suffering from a hazy or blurred vision? Do you observe “halo” around street lights at night, particularly with one eye?
When you drive at night, does oncoming headlights appear to be a bit more glaring than... Read more...
Top 3 Types of Illusions
Once in a while we come across some random illusion that may or may not make our day. Illusions draw interest and are often a source of fascination.
They temporarily relieve boredom though too much can be just as mind-numbing as well. Read more...
OpenDNS vs Google Public DNS
There are many reasons why sometimes you can’t browse the internet. One of these reasons can be that you have a so-called dirty or noisy DSL line. Another probable reason is that your ISP’s name resolver (DNS server) is so busy that it slows down to the point that it does not respond anymore.
Try Before You Buy
Want to try the next generation Windows operating system? Afraid you might get frustrated as most were with the "forced" upgrade to Windows Vista? Is it really worth your hard-earned bucks or are you better off with whatever you are currently using?
Moving to Windows 7
Windows 7 maybe new. But new does not necessarily means better. It depends - depends on different hardware configurations and costs. If your PC has less than 4GB of RAM, I would not recommend you to upgrade to Windows 7... yet. No, don’t be silly.
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