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Archive for the ‘iGoogle Post’ Category

Shanzhai Threat?

March 13, 2009

Ni ping, a famous actor on CCTV (China’s main TV station), wants to stop, blot out, terminate, destroy, Shanzhai culture. Now, Shanzhai is a peculiar term, and it could mean one of three things. The first is armed mountain village. The second is small home-based factory, and the third is copycat production. Ni ping says […]

A New idea, But With Old Technology.

March 9, 2009

In Argentina, there is a big house there made from plastic bottles. Oh sure, houses have been made from bottles before, but most of them were too small to live in, or they were made from glass bottles. This house costs next to nothing, and is removing hundreds of crates of plastic bottles from land-fill […]

The Building on fire

March 2, 2009

This is a bit late, but on February the ninth, the CCTV building caught fire, due to fireworks being shot off because of the Lantern Festival. It seems that the fire killed one fireman, injured several people, and has destroyed billions of yuan in broadcasting stuffs. The thing is, the Chinese press has tried to […]

A Meter that Knows More About Your Spending Than you do.

February 18, 2009

iGoogle has just brought out a new gadget. It shows the users power consumption in near-real time! If people know about their power-eating problems (where they are spending the most power), they can easily fix the problem. If they didn’t have this gadget, they wouldn’t know until maybe years later, costing the user a ton […]

A New Idea, but With Old Technology.

February 12, 2009

In Argentina, there is a big house there made from plastic bottles. Oh, sure, houses have been made from bottles before, but most of them were too small to live in, or they were made from glass bottles. This house costs next to nothing, and is removing hundreds of crates of plastic bottles from land-fill […]

Is Blue the New Green?

January 25, 2009

Yes, it is. Blue is the new green. Meaning, of course about water on Earth, and the Earth itself. Did you see any water today? Yes you did. That is a fact. You most likely even know that in the 70% of water on Earth, only 3% of it is drinkable. But did you know […]

The Blog Dictionairy

December 3, 2008

I was browsing my Igoogle page, and I found a blog that shows you all the blogs in Myanmar in alphabetical order! Just in case you are interested, the site for that blog is here. I have made this post my Igoogle post, because I think that it is a neat way for people in […]

The Danger of Snow Lake

November 26, 2008

Yesterday, Corporal Wheeler came to our school. She came to talk about the crime and dangers around Snow Lake. It seems that our recycling center has been vandalized. Again. This time, it is graffiti. The last time, it was the windows being smashed. The time before, it was all the stuff in the recycling bins […]

Flames. Again!?

November 20, 2008

Guess what. Egypt is on fire. Again. When people were celebrating Obama’s win, the El Ghad Party (political party) went up in flames. It seems that the people who did this, were trying to stop the party from getting any more people into the house. An Egyptian newspaper published photos showing a “group of thugs” […]

The Book Problem

November 14, 2008

A new study shows that Arabs in Egypt only read 1/4 of a page in a normal-sized book a year! The same study shows that Americans read eleven books in a year. You have to know that these numbers are not exact. These numbers are only averages. On both sides, people might read more, or […]

Chloroattery!

November 4, 2008

Imagen for a moment that you are stuck somewhere and your cell-phone doesn’t work because it has no batteries left. You might be saved by the innocent bystander, who is watering your plants for you for a week, and you aren’t home yet and he wants his pay. Or, you could be saved by you! […]

The Computer. Part Three

October 27, 2008

This is the third and final part to The Computer series. The computer this week is the Mac book fire. The Mac book fire is very very fast. So fast it seems to glow and smoke. It actually glows because the chips are so powerful. A good thing about that is it stops the need […]

The Lightest Flower Ever.

October 22, 2008

Do you like light? I bet you like light. You do don’t you. Light to read, light to see, and light even to cook. Another question. Do you like flowers? The nice flowers in gardens, the flowers in flower shows, even wild flowers. You most likely do. If YOU answered yes to both of these […]

The Computer. Part Two

October 14, 2008

This is the second part of the three-part Computer series. The computer today is the Mac book Water. Are you rushed for time? Do you have enough room in your suitcase or bags to carry a laptop? No? I didn’t think so. But do you have enough room to carry a water bottle? Yes? Then […]

Nero is alive!

October 9, 2008

A long time ago in Rome, there was a guy named Nero. He was big about burning things down. No-one liked him, because he was mean to everyone. In Egypt, it seems that he has been brought back to life. There has been a few burnings a couple weeks ago, that started with the Egyptian […]