December 2011

Syria: International Community Urge Talks with Protesters

Syria should back away from its violent crackdown on protesters and enter talks with the opponents, Iran’s leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said in a live interview taken in early September in Teheran with Radiotelevisao Portuguesa. €œThere should be talks€ between the… Continue Reading →

Slight Improvement in American Local Job Markets

In the current political environment the job market continues to be one of the more important topics.  And, for the first time in months, Americans are indicating that the job market in their region of the country may be improving,… Continue Reading →

Rock N Roll Industries Magazine to Feature Cougar Bait

On December 16, Rock N Roll Industries Magazine announced that Boston’s own Cougar Bait will appear in their January NAMM edition following a big win in an online, fan-driven contest. The contest drew 25 bands from as far away as… Continue Reading →

My Instastory: Tell a Story With Your Instagram Photos

Dover,U.S.A — InstaStory has published the application My Instastory, which lets Instagram users easily put together some of their Instagram photos, match them up with music of their choice, add various transition effects and texts, and create a short clip… Continue Reading →

A Dangerous Mind: The Life of Osama Bin Laden

Osama Bin Laden the founder of al-Qaida is dead.  After a decade of being hunted as the worlds most wanted terrorist, United States Navy Seals killed him inside a fortified compound in the Pakistani City of Abbottabad.  He was buried… Continue Reading →

UK Company Caught Circumventing Duty Order

Washington, U.S.A. – The United States Department of Commerce has preliminarily found that a United Kingdom company, UK Carbon and Graphite Co., (UKCG) was unlawfully circumventing an antidumping duty order covering small diameter graphite electrodes (SDGE) from China. The preliminary determination was publicly… Continue Reading →

Step Into Swim Campaign Marks Pool Foundation Anniversary

Colorado Springs, U.S.A. – In an effort to improve national health, reduce dramatic rises in healthcare costs, and reduce drowning tragedies, the non-profit, National Swimming Pool Foundation is launching the Step Into Swim Campaign. The 10-year campaign will initially partner with nine organizations that… Continue Reading →

On Rorty’s Liberal Utopia

Nietzsche mentioned in his €œThe Will to Power€ that, the €œtruth is not something there, that might be found or discovered- but something that must be created€. That influential fragment leads us to the problem of the legitimation of universal… Continue Reading →

Pulitzer Prize: The Speculations

Of all American literary awards, none come close to matching the Pulitzer Prize for weight and prestige. Winners can expect to receive an astronomical boost in sales, and, aside from William Faulkner, no American has won the Nobel Prize for… Continue Reading →

Taliban in Pakistan Impede Polio Vaccine

Pakistan has had to stop the polio vaccinations in some zones of the country due to the Taliban opposition. The health workers and volunteers have not been able to immunize children in North and and South Waziristanduring recently. According to… Continue Reading →

Top 6 Christmas Songs Released for the 2012 Holiday Season

Christmas and the Holidays are a time to spend with family, rejoicing in the moments that have passed and those to come as well. The songs we listen to often come with equal traditional value; they are those we remember… Continue Reading →

Emulex Announced Winners Of ‘Art Of Convergence’

Costa Mesa, U.S.A. – Emulex Corporation, announced the winners of its ‘Art of Convergence‘ competition Tuesday evening at a gala event held at the Center Club in Costa Mesa, CA. The sculpture-based art competition gave students of California State University, Fullerton… Continue Reading →

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