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Best Pictures of Dogs

12 Stunning Photographs of Dogs

Tim Flach
Tim Flach

June 1-2 in Minsk to host international exhibition of dogs Summer of Belarus-2013 + Minsk-2013 . In honor of this offer to see a selection of stunning photographs of dogs. Note: Organized by the Belarusian cynological association. The exhibition is ranked FCI with the assignment title 2xCACIB. In the composition of judges is comprised of experts from different countries: India, Italy, Spain, Denmark, Belarus, Russia, Ukraine and the United Kingdom. 

How to Avoid Malware in Android

Five simple ways to avoid Android malware

Summary: Android malware really is everywhere, but you can keep yourself safe by following some simple rules.

t's weird. Linux, which is Android's foundation, has almost no malware to speak of. Trend Micro, however, predicts that there may be as many as a million Android malware threats by the end of the year. What's going on here?
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Make no mistake about it, there are a real Android malware problems. (Credit: Juniper Networks)

Why should we quit Facebook

7 reasons to dump Facebook

It’s official. I’m off the Facebook grid. Nobody offended me. I didn’t have a bad experience. While I’m not thrilled about the idea of Big Brother watching my every move, I’m not particularly paranoid about social media sharing. Therefore, I’m sharing why I’m dumping Facebook and committing to Twitter and Instagram.
(By Tim Maurer I Forbes; Images: Reuters Pictures)


7 reasons to dump Facebook
1) Facebook sucks time from my life, and unlike money, time is a zero sum game (thanks to Laura Vanderkam for reminding us). Without question, some of the time I spend on Facebook is edifying and life-giving. For example, my good friend, Nick Selvi—a husband, father, teacher and musician—is stricken with stage four rectal cancer, and his Facebook page keeps me informed of the battle he and his family are waging. I’ll miss that, but hopefully I’ll be a real friend and call and visit to support him.

World Famous Best Friends

14 Famous Best Friends

Celebrate the joys of friendship with these celebrity duos

By Ariana Gordon

National Best Friend Day is August 15, so it’s time to celebrate that one person who knows all your secrets, helps you get ready for a big date and tells you when that bathing suit just isn’t working for you. In honor of this day, we’ve found some famous stars who have reached BFF status. Friends costars Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox, childhood pals Matt Damon and Ben Affleck…take a moment to appreciate the companionship and camaraderie that comes with being a best friend.

Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox
From the television show to real life, Courteney Cox and Jennifer Aniston have been best Friends from the very beginning. Jennifer often talks about how Courteney’s frank and outspoken nature shocked her when they first met, but from that open friendliness a friendship developed that has withstood the test of time. The gorgeous gal pals haven’t been on the small screen together since Jennifer’s guest appearance on Dirt, but that may change soon enough with the premiere of Courteney’s new show, Cougar Town. What else are famous friends for?

More best friend awaiting ahead.....

Best Life Lessons

45 Life Lessons, written by a 90 year old

1. Life isn't fair, but it’s still good.
2. When in doubt, just take the next small step.
3. Life is too short not to enjoy it.
4. Your job won’t take care of you when you are sick. Your friends and family will.
5. Don’t buy stuff you don’t need.
6. You don’t have to win every argument. Stay true to yourself.
7. Cry with someone. It’s more healing than crying alone.
8. It’s OK to get angry with God. He can take it.
9. Save for things that matter.
10. When it comes to chocolate, resistance is futile.

35 more after the Break....

World’s Longest Mustache

World’s Longest Mustache Measures over 4 Meters

Ram Singh Chauhan started growing his mustache in 1970, and hasn’t cut it since. Today it measures over 4.30 meters, and the proud Indian man from Rajasthan holds the Guinness record for World’s Longest Mustache.

World’s Longest Mustache Measures over 4 Meters
Photo: John Wright/Guinness Records

The 58-year old says one of the secrets to impressive facial hair growth is starting early. ”As you grow old your hormones grow weak, so the speed slows down,” Ram says, but even now he still adds a few centimeters to his mustache every year. He stopped shaving his mustache back in 1970, after being inspired by a fellow mustache enthusiast from Rajasthan, resuming to trimming the split ends every once in a while. In the early years Chauhan and his wife Asha used to fight over his abnormally long facial hair, because he used to take a long time to wash and groom it, and people stared at them every time they went out. But as soon as her husband started getting recognition for his efforts, she began to respect his commitment, and says she now considers the mustache part of the family and shares his pride in it. Thanks to his long mustache, Ram Singh Chauhan appeared in big movies like 1983's ”Octopussy”, starring Roger Moore, as well as numerous Bollywood productions. He has also traveled around the world, to show off his amazing whiskers. 

How to safely remove a USB drive even when Windows says it isn't safe to do so

Windows doesn't always allow you to safely remove a flash drive or external hard drive. 
If you simply pull an external drive out of a running computer, you're asking for trouble. You might lose files, crash applications, or even ruin everything on the computer. But removing it safely isn't always as easy as it should be.

Windows' built-in solution usually works: Click the Safely Remove Hardware icon in the notification area (aka the system tray or the systray) and select the drive. When you get the "Safe To Remove Hardware" message, it's safe to remove the hardware.
But sometimes, "usually" isn't good enough, and Windows instead tells you that "This device is currently in use."
But Windows won't tell you what's using the device. Without that information, it's tough to know how to fix the problem.

Paintings that look like photos

life like paintings


A talented artist has created such incredibly realistic paintings its ART to believe they arent really photographs. Scottish oil painter Claire Duguid, 32, spends anything up to three months at a time on each portrait - painstakingly capturing every tiny detail of the subjects face and appearance. At a quick glance its hard to spot a single brush stroke but Claire says she stops just short of hyper-realism ensuring that her work still raises eyebrows but continues to look like a painting. Depending on the demands of her clients and the intricacy of the painting each piece can command up to £6,000 - and they can be found on walls worldwide from the UK to Hong Kong and New York. (Caters News)

Best McDonald’s Restaurants

The World’s Most Amazing McDonald’s Restaurants

Times Square, New York, USA
Times Square, New York, USA

It is not a secret that the McDonald’s fast food chain is the largest in the history of food service, and its burgers have the same taste everywhere. However, each restaurants of the chain has a unique design in most cases. Very often, designers should come up with some original solution for a new restaurant. Sometimes it is due to the public opinion and other times this is a requirement of the authorities. Well, there are many variations of restaurants; we offer you a selection of the most extraordinary restaurants in the world. 

Best Images of Deserts

20 Breathtaking Images of Deserts from Space

Sugar — Located in North Africa
Sugar — Located in North Africa.

20 Breathtaking Images of Deserts from Space, 

Most Dangerous Insects

8 Most Dangerous Insects

In the ongoing holiday season every tourist advise to read and meetings with which insects are avoid in the overseas countries.

Pchela Tiger
Dwelling in the Asian hornet has the largest size among the beings of this kind - as much as 7 inches. But as impressive as the size of the insect, as the size of his huge sting that can dig into the victim's body many times, rewarding him with the strongest portions of poison that causes severe swelling and pain. These monsters are inhabit in the KITAEV and of India , meet a they can be also in the seaside Krai. Each year, between bites of these insects die a hundred people. Special causes damage hornet bee apiaries, which he ruins to eat larvae

Dwelling in the Asian hornet has the largest size among the beings of this kind - as much as 7 inches. But as impressive as the size of the insect, as the size of his huge sting that can dig into the victim's body many times, rewarding him with the strongest portions of poison that causes severe swelling and pain. These monsters are inhabit in the KITAEV and of India , meet a they can be also in the seaside Krai. Each year, between bites of these insects die a hundred people. Special causes damage hornet bee apiaries, which he ruins to eat larvae. 

Useless Facts You Need To Know

35 Completely Useless Facts You Need To Know Right Now

And by useless, I mean completely useful when you want to impress someone.
1. The YKK on your zipper stands for Yoshida Kogyo Kabushikigaisha.
The YKK on your zipper stands for Yoshida Kogyo Kabushikigaisha.

2. A Blue Whale’s heart is so big that a small child can swim through the veins

A Blue Whale’s heart is so big that a small child can swim through the veins

Have Faith In Humanity

26 Moments That Restored Our Faith In Humanity

Sometimes you need a reminder that people can do wonderful things.

1. The parents who made their son’s wheelchair into the best Halloween costume ever
The parents who made their son's wheelchair into the best Halloween costume ever

How 3D Printers work

3D printing explained: what's all the fuss about?

IN DEPTH How to print your own action figure or body part


3D printing explained: what's all the fuss about?Complex prototyping is easy with the right 3D printing kit, such as the Replicator 2


It's rare that a truly new technology comes along, promising to revolutionise the world. Just as the printing press and spinning jenny empowered cottage industries with the ability to spread knowledge and manufacture goods, 3D printers promise to enable a next-generation industrial revolution of home-made and customised products.
In the industrial world, 3D printing is known as Additive Layer manufacturing, which should give you a hint as to how the process works. Thin layer after layer of material is built up, in a way that means a final fully-formed widget, hip bone, gun or part is produced.
It contrasts with traditional machine lathing, which has garnered the name Subtractive manufacturing, because material is removed to make a final part.

How to print in 3D

Bullet Trains In India

Bullet trains set to come to India

Notwithstanding the recent turmoil in the railway ministry following the cash-for- job scam, the government’s ambitious plan to run a high speed rail corridor between Mumbai and Ahmedabad is slowly inching closer to becoming a reality.


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India is seen set to use Japanese bullet train technology for a high-speed connection between Mumbai and Ahmedabad, a report said.

Real movies on thier Name

Your Favorite Superhero Movies Re-imagined As Documentaries

Coming soon to a theater near you.

Man of Steel

The story of the citizens of Custer, Idaho, a thriving mining community that fell victim to black lung in 1910. Their population fell faster than a speeding bullet.
Man of Steel
Image by Joe Belanger/ Shutterstock

Future iPhone

Iphone is set to get bigger, better and colourful too
* Apple considering iPhones with 4.7-inch, 5.7-inch screens - sources
* May launch cheaper iPhones in 5-6 colours - sources
* Apple has floated cheaper model price of $99 - source
* Apple declines comment
By Clare Jim, Reiji Murai and Poornima Gupta
 Apple Inc is exploring launching iPhones with bigger screens, as well as cheaper models in a range of colours, over the next year, said four people with knowledge of the matter, as it takes a cue from rival Samsung Electronics.
The moves, which are still under discussion, underscore how the California-based firm that once ruled the smartphone market is increasingly under threat from its aggressive South Korean competitor. Samsung has overtaken Apple in market share through the popularity of its bigger-screen Galaxy "phablets" and by flooding the market with a range of products at different prices.

Submarine-Superyacht Hybrid

This Luxurious Submarine-Superyacht Hybrid Will Be the Ultimate Billionaire's Toy

It's the ultimate billionaire toy: A 377-foot yacht with a swimming pool that doubles as a submarine. The six-deck yacht-submarine hybrid, named "Migaloo" after an albino humpback whale, has not actually been built.

The contraption was created to satisfy the demand of adventurous billionaires who want a truly unique boat, according to Austrian industrial design studio motion code: blue.
With a 26-foot pool, cinema room, helipad, library, gym, laundry room, and private lounges, Migaloo would be perfectly equipped for the discerning billionaire.
Plans call for it to be constructed with special pressure-proof glass and underwater lights to offer spectacular views when the submarine dives.
No word on the cost yet, but given that this will be highly customizable, expect it to be in the multi-million dollar range.


By
Megan Willett



Luxurious Submarine-Superyacht
This is Migaloo, the private submersible yacht by motion code: blue

Most expensive mobile home

Arab Sheikhs Are Going Crazy for This $3 Million Motor Home

The world's most expensive mobile home has gone on sale in Dubai for £2 million, or $3.1 million at today's conversion rates, The Daily Mail reports.
The humongous, 40-foot-long eleMMent Palazzo from Austrian company Marchi Mobile is covered with gold and comes with a ton of luxury features, including a 40-inch flat screen, a pop-up cocktail lounge, a fireplace, a master bedroom, and underfloor heating.
The moving mansion can even clean itself. "... the vehicle has been a hit among oil-rich Arab Sheikhs - the state-of-the-art homes even wash themselves after a day's driving through the Middle Eastern desert," the Daily Mail reports.
But the amazing vehicle could also cater to any multi-millionaire or global superstar on the road. It's also available in white (shown here).


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Marchi Mobile -- 1
This is the eleMMent Palazzo in white. The $3 million version is completely covered in gold on the outside.

Best Aquarium around the World

June 8 is World Oceans Day. We suggest you visit the most impressive aquariums around the world where you can meet amazing, breathtaking underwater world of the ocean and its inhabitants, without sinking into the deep ocean.
01. The largest aquarium in the world The Georgia Aquarium is located in Atlanta, USA. This object is the main attraction of the capital of the American South. The volume of water of this amazing aquarium is about 31 thousand cubic meters, and lives in it for more than 120,000 live exhibits belonging to five hundred species. The largest animals aquarium beluga whale is, as well as several species of dolphins, whale sharks, skates and rays.

The largest aquarium in the world The Georgia Aquarium is located in Atlanta, USA. This object is the main attraction of the capital of the American South. The volume of water of this amazing aquarium is about 31 thousand cubic meters, and lives in it for more than 120,000 live exhibits belonging to five hundred species. The largest animals aquarium beluga whale is, as well as several species of dolphins, whale sharks, skates and rays.

Seaquarium offers five themed exhibitions, during a visit where you are immersed in the different ecosystems of the ocean. In 2012, the aquarium opened a thematic exhibition of frogs. The most impressive is the exhibition that recreates the life of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, where the aquarium is home to over one hundred thousand living beings. Visitors examine their lives from a transparent tunnel at the bottom of the aquarium, the length of which more than thirty meters.

Seaquarium offers five themed exhibitions, during a visit where you are immersed in the different ecosystems of the ocean. In 2012, the aquarium opened a thematic exhibition of frogs. The most impressive is the exhibition that recreates the life of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, where the aquarium is home to over one hundred thousand living beings. Visitors examine their lives from a transparent tunnel at the bottom of the aquarium, the length of which more than thirty meters.

Killer Technology

10 bits of tech to scare you witless
See what's coming? It's the future, and it's absolutely terrifying (credit: db Photography)

10 bits of tech to scare you witless

IN DEPTH The future is full of remarkable things, and lots of them want to kill you


Every technology has a downside, but some downsides are bigger than others. Mostly, the side effects of today's are just annoying - but in the future they could be fatal.
As cutting-edge tech moves from fiction to everyday reality we'll be able to do things that previous generations could only dream of.
Unfortunately for us, that includes their bad dreams as well as the fun ones. So which technologies will scare us witless?

Actors who nearly got the part




More Actors after the Break.....

Coolpics

National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

2013 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest
Now in its 25th year, the National Geographic Travel Photo Contest inspires lush and evocative images from around the globe. See some examples of the entrants from 2013 -- the photo captions are written by the photographers. The contest is still going on, and entries will be accepted through June 30.


01_Mr. Huang Yue Chuang
Mr. Huang Yue Chuang (Photo and caption by Andrey Pavlov/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest) This photo was taken on the bank of Li-River close to Xingping fishing village. Mr. Huang and his four brothers are from the last fishermen that still keep the tradition of fishing using specially trained cormorants. In recent days, this ancient technique has transformed into a tourist attraction and a source of income for Mr. Huang, who desperately needs funds for buying medicines for his sick wife.


Most expensive in-car options

The most expensive in-car options





Gold Plated Spirit of Ecstasy – $8,650
My last car cost $3,200. Last summer, when I put a set of American Racing Torq-Thrusts on it, I fretted over the $900 in wheels and tires I was spending. People who purchase cars from brands like Rolls-Royce and Bentley don’t have that problem. They drop $3,200 on lunch, not including the plane ticket. Here are a handful of the most ludicrous options you can purchase on an automobile today.
The most expensive car I ever purchased cost exactly $100 more than the gold plating applied to the Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament in the Rolls-Royce Ghost. Maybe it’s because I’m an introvert at heart, but “gold-plating” has always been synonymous with “tacky” to me, whether it’s on aGibson Les Paul, a Coupe de Ville or a Rolls-Royce. For $8,650, I want more than just the “spirit” of ecstasy. I’m looking for the real thing.

Best Ads Print

The Best Ads Print in May 2013

Maternity Hospital - Santa Therezinha storks Not everyone can be trusted.
Maternity Hospital - Santa Therezinha storks Not everyone can be trusted.

Here is a selection of the most interesting print ads from around the world, published over the past month. 
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