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The next generation of live support chat software

21st November 2011
Although it may be hard to believe, life support software that allows customers and browsers to chat to each other over the web has actually been around for almost 15 years now. The main difference is the fact that now more companies are using it which ha... Read >
Author: Alan Jones

Undergraduate Scholarships For Women - Where To Find Undergraduate Scholarship Programs For Women

22nd January 2010
Although there are a lot of scholarship programs for working and married individuals, there are not a lot of undergraduate scholarships for women. A lot of scholarship programs are being offered to high school graduates but older people, particularly wome... Read >
Author: Anne Jones

How people acquire fructose malabsorption and fructose intolerance – a conspiracy theory.

16th December 2009
An article on the Gluten Free Pages site looks at how the increase in celiac disease victims could be caused by farmers over the last few hundred years purposely selecting varieties of grains that have abnormally high gluten levels. The purpose being to p... Read >
Author: Bruce Scott Dwyer

Embroidered Patches And Their Military History

07th May 2009
Patches and badges have been around for many years and most typically for those in the military. Military patches not only establish the personal identity of servicemen but can also represent associations, honors and missions. In the United States, for ex... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Berry Gordy, Jr - An Amazing Influence

01st April 2009
Almost everyone has heard of Motown Records. With great bands like The Temptations and influential singers like Diana Ross, Motown became one of the most popular and influential record companies of the 1960's. But many don't understand the true rags to ri... Read >
Author: RDH

History of Night Vision Goggles (NVG)

01st September 2008
Around the 1950's scientists and engineers from the US Army discovered the first viable method for showing the faintest of light, know as electromagnetic radiation, that was not within the visible spectrum for the human eye. With this discovery began the ... Read >
Author: Brendan

How The Jeep Got It's Name

17th November 2005
Where did the name come from? Not from the original designer and builder, the Bantam Car Company. It wasn't Willys, the famous manufacturer of the Willys MB, either. Ford didn't pick the name when it was making the GPW, and the U.S. Military never designa... Read >
Author: Al Carl
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