Friday, February 8, 2013

5 Hidden Sources Of Toxins In Your House

Apparently harmless objects in your house like your sofa, your cookware, wallpaper, and even a hot bowl of chicken noodle soup may contain dangerous chemicals. According to testimony before senate subcommittee the truth is that hazardous chemicals and toxins are now so prevalent in our homes and environment that some babies are born “pre-polluted.”
According to Ken Cook, president of the Environmental Working Group, evidence has been found that there have been 10 cases of babies who were born with more than 200 synthetic chemicals in their blood. Overall, more than 80,000 chemicals are now used today, most of which haven’t been tested for safety.
Here is a list of some surprising places inside your house where hidden toxins may be found and how to protect yourself.

The 11 Biggest Apple Conspiracies

By Delores Quinn

The Tao of Steves: Wozniak and Jobs in 1976 (Landov)
Can Apple tap into the fingertaps you make on your iPhone? According to one hacker, Apple inserted a mysterious code that tracks every click and tap you make. When users check the weather, e-mail or anything else on their devices, a personal identification number and a record of their habits gets relayed to Apple headquarters, according to the Hackintosh hacker. (Cookies and web histories have been snooping into browsing behavior for years, but that information is not connected to one individual, while these IMEI numbers are directly linked to a specific user.) Though the claim was never verified, tech gadflys nonetheless fretted that Apple is barreling across the privacy line.

Thursday, February 7, 2013

7 Body Language Secrets That Attract Women

By Stephanie

Landing the girl of your dreams isn’t an easy feat. We know how much effort it takes to woo a lady and the sizeable charm you need to possess to be able to do so. Here are a few tips we came up with to help you get noticed.

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Hard Drive

Alternatively referred to as a hard disk drive and abbreviated as HD or HDD, the hard drive is the computer's main storage media device that permanently stores all data on the computer. The hard drive was first introduced on September 13, 1956 and consists of one or more hard drive platters inside of air sealed casing. Most computer hard drives are in an internal drive bay at the front of the computer and connect to the motherboard using either ATA, SCSI, or a SATA cable and power cable. Below, is an illustration of what the inside of a hard drive looks like for a desktop and laptop hard drive.

Monday, February 4, 2013

10 Lazy Ways to Stay Slim

By Stephanie

Its never easy to slim down to that desirable size, people usually do it the hard way but here are some tips and tricks for all you lazy coach potatoes who don’t wanna put too much effort into slimming down.

Sunday, February 3, 2013

Lens Cap Strap Holder

Fed up of loosing you lens cap? With the Lens Cap Strap Holder your lens cap will never get lost again! The holder slides onto your camera strap like threading a buckle, so you don’t have to alter your strap or cap at all! The holder works with a range of cap sizes and easily threads on to your camera strap.

Girl With 2 Hearts Amazes Doctors

Here is an amazing story about Hannah Clark, a 16-year-old with a shy laugh and a love of animals and babies. She likes to go shopping with friends and dreams of a career working with children. But Hannah Clark is no ordinary teenager and her normal life today could not have been possible without a unique, life-changing heart surgery. 

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