Saturday, March 12, 2011


Dear Readers,

This is a sad week due to the terrible indifference of StepMother Nature- the earthquake in Japan is a great
disaster. I had never been there but I suffer for my Japanese friends.

A new issue of this newsletter- please learn from my error/blunder: I have not read with the necessary attention Bob Rankin's paper "Beware of fake spyware programs" and I had a very bad experience with a beast called System Tool. My son-in-law has solved the problem, but it was really disturbing. Take care my friends! Bob Rankin is a valuable e-friend and his advices are of vital importance




Web Use Doesn't Encourage Belief in Political Rumors, but E-Mail Does:

The dangers of e-personality:

SEARCH & FIND: What, where, how.  


Q&A Search: Who, What, Where, When, Why & How:


Blogs and blogging. Current trends and future directions:

7 Levels of Social Media Engagement:

18 resources for the best social media stats of 2011:                


8 Fantastic Tutorials On How To Build Your Own Custom WordPress Theme (blogging):

How to Create Your Own Social Network on Ning:

Twitter and its uses: Twitter and its uses

Top 7 ways to save time on Twitter:

Introducing Linkedin Today:



Speedier, simpler and safer: Chrome’s basics get even better:

What\d new in Chrome 10:

Sorry IE9 and Firefox here is why I’m sticking with Chrome:


Hands-on: Chrome 10 pushes the browser speed barrier:


Society for Promotion of Good Grammar  (English):

English communication for scientists:

Evolving English (Podcasts):

Shady Characters. The secret life of punctuation:

Cory Doctorow On “eBooks: Durability is a Feature, Not a Bug:



New Mathematical Model of Information Processing in the Brain Accurately Predicts Some of the Peculiarities of Human Vision:

As we sleep speedy brain waves boost our ability to learn:


Multitasking and the Brain: The War on Productivity:


The brain has three layers of memory:

The neural mechanism of insight:


An On-Off Switch for Anxiety:

Browse 200K+ Candid Wild Animal Photos From Around the Globe on Smithsonian Wild:             

Snails' Complex Muscle Movements, Rather Than Mucus, Key to Locomotion:

How long different animals live (infographic):


Evolution Drives Many Plants and Animals to Be Bigger, Faster:

Right-Handers, but Not Left-Handers, Are Biased to Select Their Dominant Hand:


The Most Distant Mature Galaxy Cluster: Young, but Surprisingly Grown-Up:


B ugs from the space- forget it!

Toward Real Time Observation of Electron Dynamics in Atoms and Molecules:



Wind Energy’s Overblown Prospects:

Squeezing More Energy Out of Batteries


New Technology Would Dramatically Extend Battery Life for Mobile Devices:


What humans really want - creating computers that understand user:


The Cloud: Battle of the Tech Titans:


Does Moore’s Law Suddenly Matter Less?:


Low power memory from nanotubes:


How To Troubleshoot a Computer That Won't Turn On:

Bob Rankin how to make your laptop faster:

Nanotech to boost solid hydrogen storage:


More valuable than an award- Cultural Offering publishes my “Four modes of thinking”:

10 solutions to real life’s most annoying problems: 

Nature” education mainly on genetics and cell biology:


From ‘End of History’ Author, a Look at the Beginning and Middle:



Reduce, Reuse, Recycle…or Rethink:            

Where creativity is the currency- I will try it:

The March 2011 leadership Development Carnival:

The Economist debate: incremental vs disruptive innovation:


The Secret to Ensuring Follow-Through:




The Six Habits of a Talent Magnet:

Book- Enchantment: Guy Kawasaki On Why Your Focus Should Be On Working Magic


Drug Delivery With Nanoparticles:

Why is it so hard to quit smoking?:


Public Service Announcement: Drugs Misinformation Kills:



Eating Apples Extends Lifespan of Test Animals by 10 Percent:

Pass the Salt: Table Manners Around the World:


Science in the neighborhood: How to make really good coffee:

Irish recipes for St. Patrick Dya:


Archive Gallery: PopSci's Most Impractical Inventions:



Blekko blocs more spam domains- 1 million of them:

Bob Rankin- beware of fake antispyware programs:


One Man's Spam Is Another's Good Result: Google's New approach to spam:


Bob Rankin – beware of fake antivirus programs:

Bob Rankin- has your identity been stolen?:

Report: Malware-laden sites double from a year ago

Bob Rankin five free Windows 7 anti-virus programs:


Kids Online: Parent's Guide to Internet Safety:

New technique developed to identify authors of anonymous e-mails:



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