Havent been updating this blog for quite sometime.
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Friday, April 17, 2009
Havent been updating this blog for quite sometime.
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Saturday, July 26, 2008
Everyone loves the newest and coolest gadgets, particularly men in general. This is by no means anything against the male gender; simply put men are ten times more likely to buy certain gadgets than women are. However, throughout the years there have been many extremely popular gadgets, which have become extremely popular for both men and women. Gadgets are typically expensive when they are first released, then years later they are extremely cheap. For example, in 1979 Sony released the Walkman, this was new and exciting for users, it was considered a luxury item. The Walkman originally sold for $200, this hard to imagine in this day in age, when we can purchase them for $10 or $20.
Another extremely popular gadget in today’s society is the Apple iPod, this gadget was released in 2001. When the iPod first appeared on the market, it was simply a tiny electronic that only possessed a hard drive with 5GB and a wheel that mechanically scrolled, only available for Macs. This $399 gadget has evolved to 80 GB hard drives and video capabilities.www.gadgetown.com
Other popular gadgets include TiVo, which has taken the place of another popular gadget the VCR, and the PalmPilot has made the way for busy execs to keep track of all their business ventures from one day to the next. The CD player and the cellular phone are still extremely popular gadget that keep getting better and better. There are more features than ever with the cellular phone and the CD player is a fixture in nearly every home world wide.www.gadgetown.com
No matter what gadget you choose there is something for everyone. There are gadgets for children, men, women, young, old and everywhere in between. Little gadgets and large gadgets, the electronic world is always inventing new and exciting things for consumers to enjoy and help simplify their lives.www.gadgetown.com
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BEIJING OLYMPICS 2008 SCHEDULES........
In the following calendar for the 2008 Olympic Games, each blue box represents an event competition, such as a qualification round, on that day. The yellow boxes represent a medal-awarding final for a sport. The number in each box represents the number of finals that will be contested on that day.
|●||Opening ceremony||●||Event competitions||●||Event finals||●||Exhibition gala||●||Closing ceremony|
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BEIJING OLYMPIC 2008
The 2008 Summer Olympics, officially known as the Games of the XXIX Olympiad, are an international multi-sport event, that will be held in Beijing, People's Republic of China from August 8 to August 24, 2008, and followed by the 2008 Summer Paralympics from September 6 to September 17. 10,500 athletes are expected to compete in 302 events in 28 sports, just one event more than was on the schedule of the Athens games of 2004.
The Olympic games were awarded to Beijing after an exhaustive ballot of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) on July 13, 2001. The official logo of the games, titled "Dancing Beijing," features a stylized calligraphic character jīng (京, meaning capital), referencing the host city. The mascots of Beijing 2008 are the five Fuwa, each representing both a color of the Olympic rings and a symbol of Chinese culture. The Olympic slogan, One World, One Dream, calls upon the world to unite in the Olympic spirit. Several new National Olympic Committees (NOCs) have also been recognized by the IOC.
The Chinese government has promoted the games to highlight China's emergence on the world stage. A total of 37 venues will be used to host the events including 12 newly constructed venues. Earlier in 2007, former IOC president Juan Antonio Samaranch had said that he believes that the Beijing games will be "the best in Olympic history."
|2008 Summer Olympics bidding results|
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- Main article: 2008 Summer Olympics bids
Beijing was elected the host city on July 13, 2001, during the 112th IOC Session in Moscow, beating Toronto, Paris, Istanbul, and Osaka. Prior to the session, five other cities (Bangkok, Cairo, Havana, Kuala Lumpur, and Seville) submitted bids to the IOC but failed to make the shortlist in 2000. After the first round of voting, Beijing held a significant lead over the other four candidates. Osaka received only six votes and was eliminated. In the second round, Beijing was supported by an absolute majority of voters, eliminating the need for subsequent rounds.
After winning the bid, Li Lanqing, the vice premier of China, declared "The winning of the 2008 Olympic bid is an example of the international recognition of China's social stability, economic progress and the healthy life of the Chinese people." Previously, Beijing had bid to host the 2000 Summer Olympics. It led the voting over the first three rounds, but ultimately lost to Sydney in the final round in 1993.
By May 2007, construction of all 31 Beijing-based Olympic Games venues had begun. The Chinese government is also investing in the renovation and construction of six venues outside Beijing as well as 59 training centers. Its largest architectural pieces will be the Beijing National Stadium, Beijing National Indoor Stadium, Beijing National Aquatics Centre, Olympic Green Convention Centre, Olympic Green, and Beijing Wukesong Culture & Sports Center. Almost 85 percent of the construction budget for the six main venues is being funded by US$2.1 billion (RMB¥17.4 billion) in corporate bids and tenders. Investments are expected from corporations seeking ownership rights after the 2008 Summer Olympics. Some venues will be owned and governed by the State General Administration of Sports, which will use them after the Olympics as facilities for all future national sports teams and events.
Some events will be held outside Beijing, namely football (in Qinhuangdao, Shanghai, Shenyang, and Tianjin), sailing (in Qingdao), and equestrian (in Hong Kong, because of "uncertainties of equine diseases and major difficulties in establishing a disease-free zone").
 Beijing National Stadium
- Main article: Beijing National Stadium
The centerpiece of the 2008 Summer Olympics will be the Beijing National Stadium, nicknamed the "Bird nest" because of its nest-like skeletal structure. Construction of the venue began on December 24, 2003. The Guangdong Olympic Stadium was originally planned, constructed, and completed in 2001 for the Games, but a decision was made to construct a new stadium in Beijing. Government officials engaged architects worldwide in a design competition. A Swiss firm, Herzog & de Meuron Architekten AG, collaborated with China Architecture Design & Research Group to win the competition. The stadium features a lattice-like concrete skeleton forming the stadium bowl and will have a seating capacity of 80,000 people. Architects originally described the overall design as resembling a bird nest with an immense ocular—an opening with a retractable roof over the stadium. However, in 2004, the idea of retractable roof was abandoned for economic and safety reasons. The Beijing National Stadium will be the site of the opening and closing ceremonies, as well as the athletics events and soccer finals. The stadium's designer Ai Weiwei has since withdrawn his support for China's Olympic games, saying "he wants nothing to do with them anymore".
In preparation for the huge rush during the games, Beijing's subway system underwent a major expansion which increased its capacity to more than twice its previous size. The previous system was composed of four lines and 64 stations. An additional seven lines and more than 80 new stations were constructed, including a direct link to Beijing Capital International Airport. In the airport itself, 11 unmanned trains, each transporting a maximum of 83 passengers, will expedite the movement of people throughout the new terminal building. Most of them are scheduled to operate from June 30, 2008, one month before the beginning of the games. In January 2007, the BOCOG announced that the Metro cars will be fitted with video screens showing the latest news and events during the games. Additionally, cellphone signals would be made available, so that people can use their communication devices in the metro stations or underground.
According to the General Administration of Civil Aviation of China, a new five-level emergency alert system for extreme weather and security threats will be implemented in the airport. This system is designed to ensure smooth and safe transportation for the estimated three million domestic and overseas visitors who will flock to Beijing for the games in August 2008.
On the ground, Beijing is set to designate 38 official public transit routes that will link the Olympic venues. During the games, 2,500 large-size buses and 4,500 minibuses will be operated by a total of 8,000 drivers to transport people across various venues. Prior to the games, public transport will be optimized in order to reduce the existing 110 overlapping routes.
Beijing will be implementing a temporary road space rationing based on plate numbers during the Games in order to significantly improve air quality in the city. Under the traffic plan made public on June 20, 2008, the rationing will be enforced for two months, between July 20 to September 20, as the Olympics will begin on August 8, and then will be followed by the 2008 Paralympics, from September 6 until 17. The restrictions will be in placed on alternate days depending on the plates ending in odd or even numbers. This measure is expected to take 45% of the 3.3 million car fleet off the streets. In addition, 300,000 heavy polluting vehicles will be banned from July 1, and the plan also prohibits access to most vehicles coming from outside Beijing. The boosted public transport network is expected to absorb this additional demand, estimated in more than 4 million extra passengers per day.
 Emblem, slogan and mascots
The 2008 Summer Olympics emblem is known as "Dancing Beijing" (simplified Chinese: 舞动的北京). The emblem combines a traditional Chinese red seal and a representation of the calligraphic character jīng (京, "national capital", also the second character of Beijing's Chinese name) with athletic features. The open arms of the calligraphic word symbolizes the invitation of China to the world to share in its culture. IOC president Jacques Rogge was very happy with the emblem, saying, "Your new emblem immediately conveys the awesome beauty and power of China which are embodied in your heritage and your people."
The slogan for the 2008 Olympics is "One World, One Dream" (simplified Chinese: 同一个世界 同一个梦想; traditional Chinese: 同一個世界 同一個夢想; pinyin: Tóng Yíge Shìjiè Tóng Yíge Mèngxiǎng.) The slogan calls upon the whole world to join in the Olympic spirit and build a better future for humanity. It was chosen from over 210,000 entries submitted from around the world.
The 2008 Olympic Mascots are the five Fuwa (simplified Chinese: 福娃, literally "good luck dolls"). The Fuwa consist of five members that incorporate fish, giant panda, fire, Tibetan antelope, and swallow designs. They roughly correspond with the five elements of Chinese philosophy: water, metal, fire, wood, and earth. The Fuwa each have as their primary color one of the colors of the five Olympic Rings that stand for the five continents. The five Fuwa are named Beibei, Jingjing, Huanhuan, Yingying, and Nini. When the first syllable of each of the five names are said together, the result is the phrase 北京欢迎你 (Běijīng huānyíng nĭ) which means "Beijing welcomes you".
In April 2007, the over seven million tickets for sporting events and ceremonies went on sale. Approximately 75% of tickets went on sale through the Beijing Organizing Committee, which set low ticket prices for domestic tickets, to encourage the Chinese people to attend the Games. International tickets are available through each nation's NOC. By June 2007, 2.2 million tickets had already been sold.
Since early 2007, licensed Olympics merchandise stores have been in business throughout China. More than 800 official stores were in operation at the end of July 2007. Since August 2007, Olympic merchandise has been made available online, with more than 5000 products available via the official merchandising website, which include apparel, mascot dolls, key-chains and commemorative chopsticks. In November 2007, the overseas Olympic E-shop provided online access to customers all over the world to Licensed Products of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, excluding the USA, Japan, UK, Canada and China. China's central bank also issued a new 10-yuan note without the picture of Mao Zedong.
The official theme for the torch relay was "Light the Passion, Share the Dream", with the English version performed by the 106 contestants of Miss World 2007. The official song for the game's one-year countdown celebration was "We Are Ready" with a version recorded by Jackie Chan. "Beijing Huan Ying Ni" ("Beijing welcomes you") was the theme song for the 100-day countdown celebration. "I am a Star" and "Smile Beijing" have been selected as theme songs for the Beijing Olympic Volunteers Committee.
 Opening ceremony
- Main article: 2008 Summer Olympics Opening Ceremony
The opening ceremony of the Olympics in Beijing will be held in the Beijing National Stadium, and begin at 8:08:08pm CST (12:08:08 UTC) on 8 August 2008.[a] It has been announced that Canada's Celine Dion and Taiwan's Jay Chou would perform during the opening ceremony.
On July 21, NBC announced the Opening Ceremony would include performances by a cast of 15,000 and declared it would be the most spectacular Olympics Opening Ceremony ever produced.
The program for the Beijing 2008 Games is quite similar to that of the Athens Games held in 2004. The 2008 Olympics will see the return of 28 sports, and will hold 302 events (165 men’s events, 127 women’s events, and 10 mixed events), one event more in total than in Athens.
Overall nine new events will be held, which include two from the new cycling discipline of BMX. Women will compete in the 3000 m steeplechase for the first time. In addition, marathon swimming events for men and women, over the distance of 10 kilometers, will be added to the swimming discipline. Team events (men and women) in table tennis will replace the doubles events. In fencing, women's team foil and women's team sabre will replace men's team foil and women's team epee.[b]
The Beijing Organizing Committee have released pictograms of the 35 Olympic disciplines. This set of sport icons is named the beauty of seal characters, due to each pictogram's likeness to Chinese seal script.
The following are the sports to be contested at these Games. The number of events to be contested in each sport is indicated in parentheses.
Posted by yC at 10:58 AM
Friday, June 6, 2008
Nine things eat too much could be killing us! (Knowledge)
Preserved egg: When manufacturer preserved eggs, often increases the quota, if we eat frequently, can cause of poisoning. At the same time, calcareous could drain in the body.
Strong-smelling fermented beancurd: The strong-smelling fermented
beancurd in the fermentative process, extremely easily by the
microbial contamination, simultaneously can volatilize the massive
salt base nitrogen.
Monosodium glutamate: Each person absorbs the quantity every day to
the monosodium glutamate, take does not surpass six male grams as the principle, eat much is harmful and unhealthy.
Spinach: The spinach nutrition is rich, but because includes the
oxalic acid, sends in food the precious element zinc and the calcium
union, but is discharged in vitro, but causes the human body zinc and
calcium lacking. (Man lacks zinc, can be unable to gain ground
cultivates the behavior, terror!) As well as hydrogen sulfide and so
on; These all are the corrupt matter which the protein decomposes, is
harmful to the human body.
Pig liver: Kilogram pig liver, it contains the cholesterol to reach as
high as above 400 milligrams, but a person if absorbs the sterol, can
cause the arteriosclerosis.
Barbecue: Because barbecue in smokes roasts in the process, can
produce like 'the benzene' and so on the deleterious substance, is
induces the cancer the factor.
Pickles: The pickles if manufactures does not get the knack of,
contains the carcinogen, and contains the nitric acid amine, can cause of sick with long time eats..
Cruller: In the cruller potassium alum, is contains the aluminum the
inorganic substance, may not frequently edible.
Steamed bun: Ate many has also been able to support the deceased
person to drop, ha ha ha ha!
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Basic Heart Line Meanings:
· Long Line: Idealistic, Dependent on partner
· Short Line: Self-centered
· Deep Line: Stressful
· Faint Line: Sensitive Nature, Weak Heart
· Straight Line: Intense Feelings
· Curved Line: Intellectual Bent
· Broken Line: Troubled relationships
· Chained Line: Intertwined relationships, Karmic relationships
· Forked Line: Heartbreak, Divorce
· Absent Line: Ruthlessness, Logic rules the heart
Basic Head Line Meanings:
· Long Line: Ambitious
· Short Line: Intelligent, Intuitive
· Deep Line: Excellent Memory
· Faint Line: Poor Memory
· Straight Line: Materialistic
· Broken Line: Disappointment
· Chained Line: Mental Confusion
· Forked Line: Career Change
· Double Line: Talented, Inspired by a Muse
· Absent Line: Laziness, Mental Imbalance
Basic Life Line Meanings:
· Long Line: Good Health, Vitality
· Short Line: It is a myth that a short life line means a short life. If the life line is short, look closer to other signs (broken, deep, faint, etc.)
· Deep Line: Smooth Life
· Faint Line: Low energy
· Broken Line: Struggles, Losses
· Chained Line: Multiple Walks (meaning that your life path is multifold)
· Forked Line: Various meanings depending on fork placement on the hand. Generally forks indicate diversion or life change. Although they can also mean scattered or split energies.
· Double Line: Partner with Soul Mate, or there is someone near (friend or family member) that serves as a guardian or caretaker.
· Absent Line: Anxious, Nervous
Basic Meaning of Fate Line
· Absent Line: Preplanned Life
· Deep Line: Inheritance
· Faint Line: Failures, Disappointments
· Forked Line: Conflict or Dual Destiny
· Jagged Line: Struggle, Indecisiveness
· Broken Line: Trauma, Difficult Circumstance
· Chained Line: Highs and Lows
Love lines indicate the number of significant relationships there are in a lifetime. Sometimes it is easier to see these lines if you bend your pinky slightly toward your palm to see the line creases.
Basic Intuition Line Meaning:
The more prominent this line appears (deeper, longer) the stronger the indication that psychic ability is a dominant characteristic for the person. Intuition lines are not the easiest to detect, and may be absent entirely.
It is most common to have two or three bracelets. Although, some people have only one bracelet, and having four or more is possible. More bracelets indicate a longer life, broken bracelets indicate ill health or lowering of chi energies (It's the basic circulating energy of life).
Placement: Semi-circle between index and pinky fingers
The shape of the Girdle of Venus is similar to a crescent moon hanging over the heart line. This palm line configuration intensifies the emotions.
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