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Cpurtesy Michelle Coffey, blog.marketwtch.com

If you like Cheerios, you may want to keep it to yourself.

General Mills  /quotes/zigman/227548/delayed /quotes/nls/gis GIS , maker of Lucky Charms and the Betty Crocker and Pillsbury brands, has installed… 304 more words


Happy Easter :)

Happy Easter to all of you. Enjoy time to yourself or with your families. Pixel Imperfect is so very fortunate to have you as readers! Keep in mind video games are ALWAYS an option on a day like today ;) Salixium will be playing Titanfall if any of you would like to join


HMRC to Sell UK Taxpayers' Data to Private Firms

Courtesy Jerin Mathew, InternationalBusinessTimes.com

HM Revenue & Customs is preparing to sell UK taxpayers’ personal data to private firms.

HMRC officials are examining "charging options" to release anonymised tax data to third parties including companies, researchers and public bodies, the Guardian reported. 319 more words


Share your Blog in Pages

What?, Yes!, its true that you can share your Blogs in the form of printed books. Have you ever wondered of having your own blog books, have you ever thought of sharing your blog to your audience in the form of books, but now you can, for that lets view the post.
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People Are Selling Their Organs on Facebook | Motherboard

We already know it’s really easy to buy and sell guns on Facebook, but the social network’s not-so-hidden black markets get a lot more gory than teens trading firearms. 685 more words

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Calculate distance b/w 2 places

So, are you preparing for a vacation, and going to some new place, or either you are travelling in search of a location or whatever, but knowing the distance beforehand would not only be easy and safe, but also save your time. 407 more words
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What is new in Indian parliament election 2014?

Well there are a lot of new things added by the election organizing bodies in India, but we are not talking about those here rather trying to take a look in to the new things among the contesting political parties.

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