TIME KEEPS ON TICKING…

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Ever think that there just are not enough hours in the day? Where does the time go? With so many activities going on such as school, work and daily errands to run, it can be hard to keep a schedule. Luckily I have stumbled upon

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SKYDIVER LANDS HIGHEST EVER JUMP

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In case you missed it, Austrian Felix Baumgartner now holds the record for the highest skydive by jumping out of a balloon 128,000 feet or 24 miles above New Mexico. A BBC article by Jonathan Amos has more in depth information on the remarkable feat. The article states that none of the new records set by Baumgartner can be classed … Read More

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IS THERE A BAD APPLE IN THE BUNCH?

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Since Apple launched the first iPad, tablets have become increasingly popular as an alternative to laptops. Students can now be seen in the classroom typing and swiping away on their tablets which can easily be carried in backpacks and purses. Companies such as Google have also jumped on the tablet bandwagon offering low-cost alternatives to the ever so popular iPad.

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BACKGROUND NOISE

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The results of a recent study regarding just how much background television children are exposed to on a daily basis was published in the journal Pediatrics yesterday. The results? Nearly 4 hours. While these results were based on the study of children between the ages of 8 months and 8 years, children and teens (as well as adults) could be … Read More

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