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  1. Boycott Beiling 2008, made in China – Graphics.JSOnline.com

    So sad, and yet so true

  2. Mammatus Cloud – Eatnineghost.com

    The clouds are called Mammatus clouds They do not precede a tornado, or foretell a storm, but are formed when the air is already saturated with rain droplets and/or ice crystals and begins to sink. The worst of the storm is usually over.

  3. Tibet, Land of Lithium – SolveClimate.com

    Is this to suggest that China’s interest in Tibet is lithium? No, it obviously isn’t. But with China under the world spotlight, it seems a fine time to consider again the backstory of where the stuff we consume in the West comes from — and its true c

  4. How To Find Out Who Sold Your Gmail Address To Spammers – B.E.T.A. Daily.com

    1. While signing up for any new website enter your Gmail address as your_user_name+website_name@gmail.com. 2. Don’t worry, Gmail doesn’t recognize anything after the “+” sign.

4 more Articles after the jump

  1. Cool: Fridge Without Using Electricity! – NewMediaExplorer.org

    Here’s how it works. You take a smaller pot and put it inside a larger pot. Fill the space in between them with wet sand, and cover the top with a wet cloth. When the water evaporates, it pulls the heat out with it, making the inside cold.

  2. Self seeding: An innovative management system – PhysOrg.com

    A scientist with the USDA Agricultural Research Service National Soil Tilth Lab and colleagues at Iowa State University investigated the potential for winter cereal cover crops to perpetuate themselves through self-seeding.

  3. How to Be a Copywriting Genius: The Brilliantly Sneaky Trick You Must Learn – Copyblogger.com

    This technique acts like a remote control to get your readers to take action. Press this “magic button” and you’ll see your results improve dramatically. The secret, masters-only technique to compelling your readers to act is to… ask them.

  4. GrandCentral Offline: If You Wanna Be A Phone Company, You Can’t Go Dead – TechCrunch.com

    GrandCentral, Google’s $50 million phone company, has been down all morning. And that means every single user who has started using their GrandCentral phone number isn’t able to receive any calls. Users are complaining on Twitter.

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