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Bose QuietComfort 15 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones Review

09th September 2010
The QuietComfort 15 headphones reduce noise across a wide range of frequencies thanks to advanced Bose Acoustic Noise Canceling technology. Microphones on both the inside and outside of each earcup pick up the ambient sounds in your listening environment.... Read >
Author: Obadiea

Benefits of Booking Airline Tickets Online

31st August 2010
When was the last time you boarded a plane for going on a trip with your family? While planning a vacation trip, the first thought that comes to our mind is the dread of having to stand in long queues for booking airline tickets. How many times have you s... Read >
Author: orsondixon

The art of learning English through crafts

26th August 2010
In any classroom, it is important to get students paying attention and listening. One way that I have found effective is to have students create simple, fun crafts. Children of all ages love to create things. Explaining how to construct a craft is an enjo... Read >
Author: rivingtoncharlotte

My Child Can Read - But Hates to Do It.

27th June 2010
Maybe you're the parent of a child who can read. It's just that he or she doesn't want to!Sometimes a child who could be a really good reader resists reading and shows no interest in reading for pleasure. Marilyn Kay, M. Ed., director of The Reading Group... Read >
Author: Ellen Shapiro

Flying Fighter Jet is as easy as to fly airplanes

11th June 2010
Being able to fly airplanes and feel like a bird is a dream many people share. However, there's a different class of aircraft available to fly. Many people think to fly airplanes ends at single-engine piston-engine aircraft. This widespread belief couldn'... Read >
Author: David Allen

Four Ways Of Cold Rolling Metal Tubes

28th April 2010
Cold rolling is a metal working process and it differs from hot rolling or induction bending by the amount of heat that is applied to the metal. In cold rolling the metal is typically at room temperature, while hot rolling the metal is heated to a much hi... Read >
Author: Corey Rozon

How Poor Communication Crashes Airplanes

30th March 2010
I recently read Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell. In his book, Gladwell tells us how poor communication crashes airplanes. In other words, it's neither the weather nor mechanical difficulties that cause crashes, but poor communication and misguided teamwork. ... Read >
Author: Joan Curtis

10 Reasons To Study To Work At An Airport!

24th March 2010
Have you always wanted a job that gives you something different every day? Have you always wanted to meet new people and make a difference? If so, then you may consider a career working at an airport. Here are ten reasons you should consider this for your... Read >
Author: JohnnySmith

Hypnotism As A Treatment For Claustrophobia

01st March 2010
People with claustrophobia have fears involving small spaces or places where it could be difficult to exit quickly, for example, elevators, trains or airplanes. Some sufferers even get claustrophobic inside MRI scanning machines. Due to their anxiety, cla... Read >
Author: Alan B. Densky, CH

Mass Transit Versus Private Transport: Safety Comparison

01st August 2009
When you think of mass transit, you naturally think of buses, railroads, airplanes, and subways. Every time something goes wrong, people stay away from mass transit for some time, then go back with trepidation. However, the statistics concerning mass tran... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

How Fibreglass Door Canopies Can Add Value To Your Home

15th June 2009
Fibreglass door canopies add a great deal to any property - far more in terms of value than their actual cost, and when it comes to practicalities, a GRP door canopy offers much more than a standard porch or basic doorway. Although you can pay large sums ... Read >
Author: Justin Arnold

Strange and Funny Laws in the State of Pennsylvania

10th April 2009
Pennsylvania is one of the oldest states in the nation. With such a long history, it is no surprise that a few strange laws have come from this fair state over the years. Though Pennsylvania doesn't seem to boast as many strange and funny laws as some oth... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Have The Right Emergency Plan For Helicopter Safety

13th March 2009
Flying a helicopter is a challenge for most pilots simply because helicopters struggle with opposing forces in order to keep itself airborne. As such, there is a need to ensure the safety of helicopter flights using proper energy management. Energy manage... Read >
Author: Jack Stanley

How To Get The Bed Bugs Out Of Your Clothes

13th March 2009
Bed bugs have been exterminated from the US soil sometime in 1940's and the 1950's. The use of DDT has been succesful in eradicating these pests. However, international travelling and immigration have brought back to the US the exterminated, blook sucking... Read >
Author: Judd Snell

Why Your Blood Pressure Raise at Night - What You Should Know

15th September 2008
The heart pumps blood to all parts of the body and this blood is carried throughout the body via the arteries. The force with which the heart pumps the blood into the arteries is known as blood pressure. While there is no particular cause of blood pressur... Read >
Author: Samuel
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