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Curiosity sparks Discovery

July 31st, 2011

Curiosity is a new show on Discovery premiering in August 2011.

This series is geared towards answering those seemingly un-answerable questions.

    What would it be like to live forever?
    Why is sex fun?
    What would happen if aliens attacked?

Each episode will be dedicated to answering each question in detail.

Curiosity asks and answers the most fundamental questions facing the world today. Each episode of Curiosity will focus on a single enduring question in science, technology, and society. As is always the case, one single question cascades into several more, making each episode of Curiosity a rich and textured experience. From the micro to the macro, we tackle provocative and insightful questions.


This post sponsored by Discovery Channel.

I can’t wait to see this!
I think there are many people out there that will appreciate this type of program. How can you go wrong when you find answers to questions you didn’t even know you had?

Premiering in August 2011, Curiosity promises a television experience unlike any other. Join Stephen Hawking, Morgan Freeman, Michelle Rodriguez, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Morgan Spurlock, Adam Savage, Mike Rowe and many more celebrity hosts on the journey for truth, as we go to extremes to uncover answers that will surprise even the most curious among us…

Check out curiosity.discovery.com today and everyday for some cool stuff!

You can also find Curiosity on Facebook!

UK embraces Samsung Android phones

February 1st, 2011

Galaxy S and Wave II make a huge splash in the UK. Check out the videos below.

Get Your Free Spell Check Widget

January 27th, 2011

Free Spell Check Widget is available at www.SpellChecker.net.

This widget can easily be added to your website by simply embedding it. Embedding can be done through copying and pasting the HTML code.
This code can be selected under the website’s “Get-Code-to-Embed” button.

That’s a SpellCheckAsYouType web widget.

Using this spell check widget allows a user to see and correct any misspellings as they type. Any words that have been misspelled are underlined and by simply clicking the underlined word the user can choose the correct suggested word to replace the misspelled word.

SpellChecker.net web widget has several customizable features; you can easily change size and color to fit to your website. This widget supports 16 different languages (English, British English, Canadian English, Canadian French, French, German, Italian, Greek, Spanish, Brazilian, Portuguese, Danish, Dutch, Norwegian Bokmål, Portuguese, Swedish, and Finnish) and you can easily choose the one you need from the list.

You can get widget following the link http://www.spellchecker.net/widget/

Calling All Jr. Scientists!

January 17th, 2011

Kids, geeks, students, parents, tech, gadget, science bloggers…Check this out!

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