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Tackle and Bait

Going fishing? This ready reckoner on fishing equipment will help you pick the right combination of fishing rods, reels, lines and baits.  more

Stylish Gadgets

Electronic gadgets are not only getting smarter, they are also temptingly stylish. Lets take a look at four stylish gadgets sure to catch your attention.  more

Nokia Lumia 800

The tie-up between Nokia and Microsoft, announced last year, has resulted in the Nokia Lumia 800, one of the first smartphones to use the Windows Phone 7.5 Mango operating system.  more

Convertibles 2011

If you long for that feeling of freedom you get while driving with the wind in your hair and the open road stretching out ahead, what could be better than a convertible?  more

Scientology. Everything You Need to Know

Whats common to Hollywood stars Tom Cruise, Kirstie Alley and John Travolta? Answer: The Church of Scientology, the controversial organisation that terms itself the only major worldwide religious movement to emerge in the twentieth century.  more

Pole Dancing for Health and Fitness

When you hear the words pole dancing, you probably think of a smoke-filled nightclub with provocatively gyrating strippers. But theres more to pole dancing than exotic adult entertainment.  more

Studio Glass

Did you know glass is a flexible material that lends itself to stunning, imaginative sculptures and decorative artworks? Studio glass, as this creative enterprise is known, is a recognized aspect of the international art scene.  more

The StarCraft Gaming Craze

It has sold more than 12 million copies since its release in 1998 by Blizzard Entertainment, a Guinness Book record, and has hooked both amateur and pro gamers across the world.  more

Easing your Baby to Sleep

One of the first things new parents need to figure out is how to establish a nighttime routine for the baby. Babies respond to familiar patterns and there are several things you can do to set a sleep routine for your child which will soothe them into sleep. Here are some tried and tested ways.  more

The Power of Candles

For centuries, the humble candle has found varied, enduring uses, from the practical to the esoteric. The arrival of the electric bulb in the nineteenth century spelt a decline in its use. Recent times have witnessed a resurgence of interest in this ancient source of light.  more

Cheers to the Rooibos Tea

While some of its health benefits may be exaggerated, rooibos tea is doubtlessly a great thirst quencher and an excellent beverage for everyone.  more

The Benefits of Meditation

In an experimental study published in Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging, researchers at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital found that when healthy adults participated in mindfulness meditation, notable positive changes took place in the brains grey matter, including improvem...  more

Why You Need a Tripod

While modern cameras offer great advantages over the previous generation models, there are limits to their capabilities and usefulness that you can extend immeasurably by the use of a tripod.  more

Your Buying Guide for Sports Memorabilia

A fascinating genre for collectors is sports memorabilia, normally defined as anything that can be connected with a sports event, game or personality. This wide-ranging definition can include sports photos, equipment, uniforms, logos or collectors cards.  more

Chinese New Year

On the 23rd of January 2012, one billion-plus Chinese worldwide welcomed the Year of the Dragon, the magnificent mythical creature that symbolizes leadership, intelligence and charisma. New Year celebrations hold prime position in the Chinese festival calendar, reaffirming the traditions of an anc...  more

The Energizing Properties of Chocolate

Sinful indulgence or a gift from the gods? If youre one of those people who cannot say no to chocolate, and lets face it, most of us fall into this group,  more

Breast Implants. Making an Informed Decision

Big breasts are everywhere! Movies, TV, and glossies are full of women who seem to have that perfect pair of breasts. If this has led you to consider going under the knife for a breast augmentation surgery (aka, boob job, breast implants), heres some information to help you decide if breast implan...  more

The Olympics

Can it really be four years since we marvelled at the Beijing Olympics? The triumphs, failures and sheer spectacle of the worlds most prestigious sporting event?  more

Tintin. Boy Reporter Extraordinaire

A quiff of hair, ink-spot eyes and wiry frame, thats Tintin, the unlikely looking, yet iconic 20th century comic book boy reporter, whose following spans continents and generations. Despite muscle-bound protagonists with superhuman traits ruling the comic book universe, Tintins star shines bright...  more

Living Green

In these times of economic crisis and concerns over climate change and global warming, our thoughts are turning more towards reducing our ecological footprint to a more sustainable living, simply put, living green.  more

Choosing the Perfect Swimwear for your Body Type

The cut and style of swimwear goes a long way in highlighting your body for a sexy look while concealing problem areas. Read on to find out which swimwear styles are made to flatter and balance out your body shape.  more

How to Deal with the Heat

It would be a shame to let an occasional heat wave spoil your enjoyment of the sunny days. All you need to do is adjust your behaviour by following these simple tips.  more

LeapFrog LeapPad. A Tablet for Kids

LeapFrog Enterprises based in California has designed a LeapPad learning tablet especially for kids. LeapPad is an excellent educational device for kids between the ages of four and eight and its a fun, interactive approach to learning. Read on for a review of the LeapFrog LeapPad.  more

The Twilight Frenzy. Has the World Gone Vampire Mad?

More than 120 million books sold and still counting. Translated into 38 languages. On The New York Times list of bestsellers for 235 weeks (Childrens Series Books). A hugely successful movie franchise. What makes the Twilight series, Stephenie Meyers vampire romances, such a hot seller?  more

Vincent Van Gogh

Vincent van Gogh was born in 1853 to a pastor in Groot-Zundert, Holland. Growing up in an atmosphere marked by religion and culture, van Gogh was a sensitive, diffident youth. After trying out varied jobs as a bookstore clerk, art salesman and preacher, Vincent finally found his calling as an arti...  more

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