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Libraries of the future are going to change in some unexpected ways

libraries of the future are going to change in some unexpected ways
Your idea of a library might be a musty, carpeted room with outdated technology, but don't ditch your library card just yet. According to David Pescovitz, co-editor at Boing Boing and research..
Business Insider

7 Critical Success Factors for Launching Your Lifestyle Business

I've been doing the entrepreneurial thing for quite a while now. I didn't start out as an entrepreneur, nor do I descend from entrepreneurial roots. Despite this as my background, I've still managed to..
Huffington Post

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News video: This Cartoon Yeti Is Google’s Geography Teacher

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A new Google Maps app is designed to get kids exploring without having to actually go outside
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News video: The Woman Who Climbed Mount Everest at Age 84

The Woman Who Climbed Mount Everest at Age 84 02:28

At age 84, Edna Northrup, mother of Dr. Christiane Northrup, decided she wanted to climb to Mt. Everest's basecamp.
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News video: Conquering Mt. Everest in virtual reality

Conquering Mt. Everest in virtual reality 01:42

If you've always dreamed of climbing Mt. Everest but don't want to brave the elements, we've got the VR experience for you.
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News video: Who Fakes An Everest Climb?

Who Fakes An Everest Climb? 00:32

Prakash Mathema/AFP/Getty Dinesh and Tarakeshwari Rathod said they made it to the top of the highest mountain in the world, but they probably only summitted with Photoshop. Pics or it didn’t happen?..
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Mt Everest amputee climber Arunima felicitated

New Delhi, Aug 23 : Arunima Sinha, the first female amputee to climb Mount Everest, was felicitated by FICCI Ladies Organisation (FLO) here on Tuesday.

6 images that show how violent and destructive the universe can be

6 images that show how violent and destructive the universe can be
The universe can be a pretty violent place. Supermassive black holes spin through space, stretching any hopeless matter that spirals too close into spaghetti-like strands. Giant stars collapse..
Business Insider

Kidney transplant racket: Hospital did not have recorder for interviews

kidney transplant racket: hospital did not have recorder for interviews
In another twist in the kidney racket at Hiranandani Hospital, an inquiry by Directorate of Health Services (DHS) has revealed that the interviews of the donor and recipient were taken on a mobile..

Mt Everest's Hillary Step potentially collapsed in earthquake

mt everest's hillary step potentially collapsed in earthquake
The hardest part of the Mt Everest climb seems to have disappeared, leaving mountaineers a leisurely stroll to the top.Mountaineer blogger Mark Horrell wrote that the iconic Hillary Step may have..
New Zealand Herald

This Gay Man Is Abstaining From Sex For A Year So He Can Donate Blood

Twenty-one year old Jay Franzone wants to donate blood. Yet as a gay man, he’s legally banned from doing so because of a policy he calls “crazy” and “archaic” that unfairly discriminates..
Huffington Post

Sky’s the limit for MS sufferer

STANDING tall in Victoria’s snowy high country, Bobby Bajram is ready to prove to the world that anything is possible, and he’s got his eyes set on Mt Everest to prove it.
Herald Sun

Lynch eager for QCup’s Mt Everest

JEFF Lynch is intent on stepping up to fill the void left by injured prop Luke Page as Burleigh prepare for the Queensland Cup’s toughest task: playing in Papua New Guinea.
Gold Coast Bulletin

Friday's Morning Email: A Bad Polling Week For Donald Trump

-TOP STORIES- *THE POLLS AGREE: TRUMP IS HAVING A BAD WEEK *Two new pollsshow Donald Trump pulling in under 40 percent against Hillary Clinton. And swing state Colorado may now be out of his..
Huffington Post

Neurologist treks to Everest to study monks in meditation

After scaling Mt. Everest to record the brainwaves of monks in meditation, a B.C. neurologist has found the practice has lasting effects for the mind.
CTV Also reported by •CTV News

Explore Mt. Everest With Google's Cartoon Yeti

Verne helps you explore the Himalayas thanks to Google's 3D mapping technology.

mid-day editorial: BMC, sharpen your phone etiquette

Mumbai's pothole saga continues. An extensive report in this paper has shown that instead of responding to calls by citizens about the potholes across Mumbai, BMC engineers want to know why they were..

Mumbai youth commits suicide upon hearing girlfriend's arranged marriage

mumbai youth commits suicide upon hearing girlfriend's arranged marriage
Just a few hours after meeting his childhood friends, a 27-year-old Mumbai man committed suicide after being upset on learning that his long time girlfriend was getting married to someone else. The..

CBI charges IC405 hijacker 'Harfan Maula' for cheating

cbi charges ic405 hijacker 'harfan maula' for cheating
*New Delhi:* A dreaded pro-Khalistan terrorist, who had hijacked Srinagar-New Delhi Indian Airlines flight in 1984 and taken it to Lahore, has now been charged by CBI with cheating and forgery in..

Jamshedpur couple in their 50s scales Mt Everest


James Matthews lost his brother in tragic accident on Mt Everest

james matthews lost his brother in tragic accident on mt everest
Hedge fund manager James Matthews looks like he has it all - millions of dollars in the bank and Pippa Middleton as his bride-to-be.But the dashing 40-year-old is no stranger to tragedy and loss, it..
New Zealand Herald

Mumbai: United Nations' Lewis Pugh to clean Versova Beach

Lewis Pugh in 2010 swam across a glacial lake on Mt Everest to draw attention to the melting glaciers in the Himalayas and its impact.

Island dwellers map their country with Sheep View 360

island dwellers map their country with sheep view 360
Google has captured all kinds of places on cam for Street View, from the Batcave to Mt. Everest, but it hasn't had the chance to visit the Faroe Islands yet. The tiny and remote archipelago in the..
TUAW Also reported by •engadget

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