Monthly Archives: July 2010

Parade Your Tweets

Twitter visualisations come in many forms, but IS Parade is arguably the most inventive yet. Start a ‘parade’ of tweets across your csreen either by keyword, or by Twitter ID. Use your own Twitter ID and you’ll see a parade of … Continue reading

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‘They’ Have a Lot to Answer For – By Richard Branson

Of all the grammatical slips that really bother me, few compare to an improperly used “they.” You ask a salesperson for an item and he says, “Sorry, they decided not to carry that brand any more.” Or just as you arrive … Continue reading

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New Kit Launch – Man Utd 2010-2011 Season

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Tight Kenyan Track

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Pub Bitch: Celebrity Special – Bear Grylls does his bit for booze PR – Champagne Survivalism

Champagne types go to all sorts of lengths to prove how wonderful their products are — as if we needed telling. In the latest outing for Mumm ‘ambassador’ Bear Grylls, the professional derring-doer was photographed opening a bottle of the … Continue reading

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NZ vs SA 2nd Tri-Nations Test 2010 – The Final Word

Okay so clearly last week’s game between the All Blacks and the Springboks stirred some controversy that’s had everyone in the country calling blaming the Irish referee for the Boks loss. Could we have surely won the came if the … Continue reading

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Microbes Should Be Used To Assist With The Oil Spill – Gulf of Mexico Disaster

Bacteria may be used to break down the slick now it has hit land. Oil-munching microbes are often used to break down oil spills and other contaminates in soil, but they are only effective once the oil reaches the shore, … Continue reading

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The Springboks Need A Facelift – Wakeup Peter De Villiers!!

Joe Pietersen, Juan De Jongh, Peter Grant, Dewald Duvenage, Tim Whitehead, Gerhard van den Heever, Gary Botha, these are just some of the players that put up their hands during the 2010 Super 14 season. Both the Blue Bulls and … Continue reading

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One-Sided Rulling

South African wing Jean de Villiers has been suspended for two weeks for a dangerous tackle during the Springboks’ 31-17 loss to New Zealand in their Tri-Nations test on Saturday. De Villiers had been cited for an alleged lifting tackle … Continue reading

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Happy 92nd Birthday Nelson Mandela

The United Nations General Assembly held a special meeting Friday to honor former South African President Nelson Mandela in advance of his 92nd birthday. The U.N. General Assembly last year declared July 18th as Nelson Mandela International Day.  It was … Continue reading

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