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1. Adding Curb Appeal to Your Home
It is said that it only takes 8 seconds for a prospective buyer to make up their mind on whether or not they like a house. For some, undoubtedly, it takes even less time. Selling your house can be a tricky business even if the economy is good, and can be downright impossible in a poor economic cl...
2. Cloud Gaming and the Future of Video Games
Home & Garden - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:56:36
The early days of video-gaming, of Pong and Pac-Man, are long gone. Video-game companies now offer games with impeccable graphics and wide-ranging storylines and playing options. Consoles are now able to recognise the movements of the player and use them in the game. Games are moving ever further...
3. Georgian Interior Design for Your Home
Video Games - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:56:36
Georgian architecture and interior decoration are enduring design and style favourites for many people. The Georgian period is named after the eponymous kings of the era, starting with George I's ascendency in 1714 and ending with George IV in 1830, however as styles change more slowly than kings...
4. Common Features of Colocation Centres
Home & Garden - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:53:44
In recent years the need for web hosting and data storage has increased exponentially as businesses and individuals use the internet for more and more of their daily life. In response ever more data centres and colocation centres are being built. Thanks to improvements in technology, colocation c...
5. The Early Origins of Paper
Business & Work - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:51:52
For centuries all around the world paper has been the most common form of writing material. It has a long and rich history, the origins of which can be found thousands of years in the past. Originally writing was carved into stone or wet clay tablets, a method that was likely time consuming and h...
6. How do VPNs work?
Culture & Society - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:53:49
A VPN does basically what it says on the tin. It is a 'virtual private network' that allows remote users to connect to a network. In most cases it uses an existing public network, such as the internet, in order to do this. Using a VPN is a straightforward way of keeping your data safe on the inte...
7. Colocation & Redundancy
Internet - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:53:38
Colocation is a form of web hosting that is very popular with businesses and those with more demanding hosting needs. Colocated hosting is where space in a data centre is rented out; individuals and companies can then use this space to store their webservers. The data centre provides the bandwidt...
8. Common Web Hosting Myths: Part Two
Business & Work - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:53:47
In the previous part we looked at a number of myths surrounding web hosting and whether or not they were actually true. Part one looked at the level of knowledge you need to host a website, what you are able to host and reasonable levels of uptime. When it comes to web hosting, knowing the differ...
9. Divorce Trends in London
Business & Work - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:53:49
The Rt. Rev Richard Chartres recently stated rather provocatively that 'promiscuity, separation and divorce have reached epidemic proportions' in Britain. The Bishop of London's rather controversial opinion may have been sparked by recent observations that have dubbed London the 'divorce capital ...
10. How Do Web Servers Work?
Relationships & Family - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:53:39
In June of this year it was estimated that there were just fewer than 2.5 billion internet users in the whole world - meaning that there will be millions of users online at any given time. The internet is a global phenomenon and has helped to connect people that are thousands of miles apart but m...
11. One Year of the Junior ISA
Business & Work - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:54:20
The Junior ISA scheme was introduced just over one year ago and has been the subject of debates and observations alike ever since. Commentators have already started examining the scheme and trying to decide how successful it has been by its first birthday. Critics have been quick to pull the sche...
12. How do Data Centres Keep Your Data Safe?
Business & Work - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:56:36
Thanks to the meteoric rise of the internet in the past ten years, the vast majority of us have some form of data that needs to be kept somewhere. A great deal of our data, such as documents or music, is still kept on our own personal hard-drives and it is our own responsibility to keep it safe. ...
13. The Early History of Steel
Business & Work - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:51:52
Steel is an alloy that is made by combining iron with a number of other elements, usually carbon. It is one of the most common metals in the world and can be found in a huge number of everyday objects. Steel is used in the manufacture of auto-mobiles, buildings and ships and is often used to make...
14. Different Types of Law in the United Kingdom
Culture & Society - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:53:39
When many people think of lawyers and the law, they invariably think of criminal court cases where a lawyer is either acting as the defence or prosecution. This is probably due to the influx of television shows that depict law firms and legal cases in this way. Though there are many legal profess...
Business & Work - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:54:18
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