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image It seems like every other day we read about some far-out, new technology that makes us scratch our heads and say, "What the heck?" In this series, we'll take a look at all types of crazy new gadgets, apps and other technologies -- and the entrepreneurs dreaming them up.

If you're psyched about Amazon's scheme to someday have unmanned drones deliver products to your doorstep, scale your excitement back a couple notches. Not only is FAA approval of such a service still a ways off, Amazon's plan potentially faces one more hurdle: hacker attack drones.

As crazy as that might sound, well, just keep reading.

"Serial hacker
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An organization requires a talented sales force, that can aggrandize its sales revenue. Organizations should make their sales guys realize the importance persuasion in marketing. Also the sales persons should know, that a wise approach will be to cultivate new ways of persuading the customers. This is because today's consumer has become prudent. It will take a lot of intellect to cajole him to make a purchase. So using an old set of skills in every sales call may not work.   1) Be gallant in your approach:- The most pivotal aspect of a selling activity is the conviction of a seller in his approach. Unless one himself believes in his tactics, he cannot create trust for himsel
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image There are three main reasons we actually learn the things we learn and keep remembering what we learned! It is not the traditional way of repetitive learning that goes on and on and hardly stays in your mind for a longer period than a week or two - if you're lucky that means. Most of us adults learn things for a test and right after the test, only a few hours later or a day or so, we totally forget what we learned. Kids, on the other hand, they learn best when they are eager to know, when they are having fun and while challenging themselves. Many teachers and politicians believe that children learn best when they repeat after a person or from a text book. They couldn't be more wr
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image   Outdoor lights are now commonly used as a decorative addition to gardens and landscaping in order to draw attention to their best features and create aesthetically-pleasing effects. There are many different kinds of lighting you can use to create different effects, so here's a summary of some of the best.

Uplighting is most often used to highlight a particular piece of architecture or perhaps a sculpture. Because the light is cast upwards, the whole piece is illuminated clearly without the risk of shadow and it is a chance to really showcase a part of your garden. Uplighting can also sometimes be used on trees to create a spooky effect. This kind of exterior light
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image   #15 King Fahd Causeway Length: 16 miles (25km). It was built in 1986 and it connects Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. via http://images.travelpod.com/     #14 Jintang Bridge The Jintang Bridge is 16.5 miles (26.5km) long, and it was built in 2009 in China. via http://img32.imageshack.us/   #13 Atchafalaya Basin Bridge Atchafalaya Basin Bridge is 18.2 miles (29.2km). It was built in 1973 in United States and it serves as a highway.     #12 Shanghai Maglev line Shanghai Maglev line is 18.58 miles (29.9km) long and it is built in 2003 in China.   #11 Donghai Bridge Built in 2005 in China, the Donghai Bridge is 20.18 m
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image 40 Genius! ways to Decorate Easter Eggs     Are you ready for an Easter egg roundup to rule all Easter egg roundups?! We’ve gone on an Easter egg hunt of our own to find the most creatively designed eggs around. Here are 40 ideas for dyeing and decorating your eggs this year.     1. Pantone Easter Eggs: We could probably post this and call it a day – they’re that good. (via How About Orange)     2. Dye-ving Dudes: Get it? DYE-ving? Oh the punnery…! (via Spoonful)     3. Ombre Eggs: Easter eggs can be trendy too. (via Ashbee Design)   4. Black and
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image   Would you ever expect to hear computer code being compared alongside automobiles? Me either. But in many ways HTML5 and CSS3 are like a new car—faster, cleaner, more efficient, and with some pretty sleek curves.

There have been a lot of developments to HTML, but the biggest addition award would have to go to the ability to handle audio and video. Gone are the days of having to use a Flash video player, or a clunky Java-based video plug-in to handle your audio and video. This means that if one of the dominant features of your home page is a video, that it will now.

Implementing a basic HTML5 player on your website can be quite simple, but most dev
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Hello friends, was wondering if any forum members use bags for traveling or on a daily basis (i.e tote bags, shoulder bags, etc...). I've noticed myself using more often week end bags lately (LV Carryall for example) and putting away my usual shoulder bags which i've been using for many years, i'm not sure about the trend or the culture in other parts of the world such as USA but here in my country (France, Italy) and in my country of residence (Hong Kong) men do carry bags and brands such as Louis Vuitton, Gucci, YSL are becoming very popular, locals have a preference towards Canvas due to its long lasting quality and minimal care, leather is seen every now and then and i have t
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