Monthly Archives: December 2010

How to Win Friends: Have a Big Amygdala? (via TIME Healthland)

Got a big social network? Then you probably have a large amygdala, according to a new study that found a connection between the size of this brain region and the number of social relationships a person has. The complexity of … Continue reading

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Manners of Quran Recitation any body could ask

The Million Dollar Question There is one question that has been going around for over 100 years. It is a question that to this day I am yet to see a satisfactory answer to. It is the question that could … Continue reading

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“Million Dollar” debate misses point: host – News

  Million Dollar” debate misses point: host By Bryan Alexander Mon Dec 27, 6:07 PM PST Share retweet While controversy swirls around Fox’s new game show “The Million Dollar Money Drop” after two contestants lost $800,000 despite answering a question … Continue reading

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Food Styling (via blog: campfiremedia)

I worked with Ms. Giannina Gonzales of the Center for Asian Culinary Studies and took pictures of some of her students' work with food styling (one of her students being China Cojuangco). It was real interesting to be in the … Continue reading

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Food Styling Techniques (or Tricks?) from the Pro (via Grey Matter Concept)

When I google "food stylist" the first name that came up is Lou Manna – you can visit his website or blog. Lou is a very well known food photographer/stylist from New York. His published book "Food Styling for Photographers: … Continue reading

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Wine(the emulator), office and you (via Yet another blog)

ms_offfice_report By the way just a quick note their are a number of things going on in this article and it'd be rude(in the least) if I din't acknowledge a few things for geeks I'm running KDE I Use Arch … Continue reading

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luxurious mornings (via Running To Slow Things Down)

Most mornings include a hot cup of tea. I'll pull on a fuzzy, warm pair of wool socks, make a hot bowl of oatmeal, and check my to-do's for the day.  Most mornings. And then there are those mornings when I just feel … Continue reading

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