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  1. Apple set to reveal iPhone launch date in UK – Telegraph.Co.UK

    Suspicions were aroused among journalists this week when the notoriously secretive company sent them an invitation to next week’s event, headed “Mum’s no longer the Word”.

  2. Korea sues Intel for unfair trade – TheAustralian.News.Com.AU

    In July the European Commission alleged that Intel offered chips below cost. The Silicon Valley company could face a fine in Europe of up to 10 per cent of its global annual revenues and in Korea of up to 3 per cent.

  3. Facebook breastfeeding flap – TheStar.Com

    Breastfeeding activists are emailing, posting and instant messaging their outrage. A new Facebook group set up to petition for a change in site policy – called “Hey Facebook, breastfeeding is not obscene!” has more than 10,200 members.

  4. MP tries to ban water – New Zealand National news – NZHerald.Co.NZ

    Mrs Dean was caught in a hoax by an online blogger asking for her help in banning dihydrogen monoxide – the chemical name for H20. The blunder is a long-running hoax that seeks to trick gullible MPs into calling for the eradication of water.

  5. And now a blog on Bollywood in Finnish – ExpressIndia.Com

    Anu, who travelled to India for the first time about a decade ago, admits she does not understand Hindi. Mann, the Aamir Khan-Manisha Koirala starrer, was the first Indian movie she watched. She fell in love with the song and dance sequences.

  6. Wikipedia publishes 2-millionth article in English –

    Wikipedia, the sixth most visited network of Web sites worldwide behind commercial operators Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, Time Warner and eBay, is available in 250 languages. Combined, Wikipedia has published more than eight million articles.

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from the page – When I designed, built and powered my Critical Power human powered vehicle 650 miles in 24 hours setting a new world record, my message to the world was to raise awareness of the serious health issues afflicting modern society caused by our sedentary lifestyle. Simply put – To stem the obesity epidemic, we need to become more active!

Now, I plan to do the same thing by crossing the Atlantic ocean in a human powered boat.

Read more on the YouTube page or check out Pedal The Ocean.Com

Etta Clark’s “Growing Old Is Not For Sissies”

Originally uploaded on April 24, 2007 by The_Steffer

When Growing old is not an option.

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42″ box jump by Evan Mathis, 310lb Offensive Guard for the Carolina Panthers. Working out at IKEI Performance in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Evan first started training at IKEI in preparation for his NFL Combine. He continues to train with IKEI Performance in the off season.

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Adrian Wilson of the Arizona Cardinals is up and over a 66 inch hurdle with a three-step start. Unbelievable.

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