Jan 21, 2011

Latest Fashion Trends For Dog

Every fashion dog wants the inside scoop to modern dog trends for every season. You'll find articles with news and fun trends here. And, because we know you're on-the-go, most articles are a super quick read. Cool.
Latest Fashion Trends For Dog
Latest Fashion Trends For Dog

Latest Fashion Trends For Dog

Latest Fashion Trends For Dog

Latest Fashion Trends For Dog

Latest Fashion Trends For Dog

Latest Fashion Trends For Dog

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Strange Love - Best Coke Ad

Thats the best Coke ad ever! SO cute!
Cute love. Boy expressing his love at the library table.
Even though you hurt me I feel blessed love
Baby I'm your puppet on a string
Making me tumble and swing
Trouble's what you bring
Strange love

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The Top 10 Mobile Phone Brands - 2010

Find out which are the top 10 most popular mobile phone brands this year. The top seller shipped some 100 million phones.


According to a Bloomberg report, Finnish company Nokia is still the world's biggest mobile phone maker, with a 37.4 per cent share of the market last quarter.

That means that a cool one third of all phones in the world are made by Nokia.

In the first quarter of 2010, Nokia shipped a total of 107,800,000 phones. Talk about huge.


South Korean firm Samsung is in second position with slightly less than a quarter of the global market share at 22.4 per cent.

The brand had some great reviews for its Omnia series of smartphones.

At 64,300,000 units shipped in the first three months of the year, it might still be quite some way behind leader of the pack Nokia, but its numbers do prove that Samsung is quite the mobile phone powerhouse.


LG taking third place makes it two Korean firms in the mobile phone hall of fame top 3.

The company had some pretty nice consumer feedback about its sleek and sexy Chocolate phones, which do look good enough to eat.

Sony Ericsson

Known for their Walkman Phones and camera phones, this joint-venture between Japanese electronics giant Sony and Swedish mobile phone maker Ericsson's rankings had slipped a little from the past year and is now in fourth position.

But its sleek new devices such as the Xperia X10, with its powerhouse hardware and improved interface and features, might mean a comeback for the brand.


Everyone knows BlackBerry, but few people know the name behind those well-known smartphones popular with the business crowd.

RIM - or Research In Motion, takes fifth place, one of two companies on this list that make only smartphones (the other one is Apple).


The company behind the iMac, iPod, iPad and of course, the iPhone is in sixth place.

While the iPhone is arguably one of the most popular devices in the mobile phone market, Apple's current standing isn't surprising because it has essentially only the iPhone series of devices in its inventory list.

With a new generation iPhone rumoured to be released this summer, perhaps we might see Apple climb this ladder in the near future.


Chinese firm ZTE may not be exactly the most heard of name in the mobile phone market, but their interesting devices and quirky designs would definitely be worth a look.

With an interesting lineup including smartphones and other mobile devices, hopefully we'll see more of this handset maker's products in the market soon.


Formerly the number two in the mobile phone market as recently as 2007, Motorola had seen its rankings slide to number eight on the top 10 list this quarter.

According to a Bloomberg report, shipping of units had taken a hit because of the company's difficulties in offering compelling new models following the success of the RAZR.

However, while Motorola's unit shipments continued to slide, the decline reflects the company's strategic decision to shift its focus away from the cheaper, mass-market cellphones and towards higher-profit products like the Dext and Backflip.

With its MotoBlur enabled smartphones getting great reviews from cricits, we might see more great devices from Motorola soon.


The second Chinese handset maker on the list, Huawei is known more for is wireless dongles and communications solutions.

But take a look at the handset maker's devices and you will see a few promising mobile phones with lots of potential.

Hopefully those will be more readily available in the market soon.


Few people would be using a device from this French handset maker today, but fans from the early adoption days would remember owning an Alcatel device at one time or the other.

With them still in the top 10 list, hopefully we'll see more of their stuff in the near future.

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Top 10 College Dropouts

2010: Top 10 College Dropouts

The most successful college dropouts in history. They have never receive their Degree from the college, But still they achieved a top positions in ranking., it looks amazing.,

1. Bill Gates

In 2010: Bill Gates is No.1 with $54 billion, For the 17th year in a row, Bill Gates has been named as the richest person in world

Time : The Harvard Crimson called him "Harvard's most successful dropout" — the rest of the world just calls him ridiculously rich. For more than a decade, Bill Gates has been one of the wealthiest, if not the wealthiest, men in the world. The son of an attorney and a schoolteacher, Gates entered Harvard in the fall of 1973, only to drop out two years later to found Microsoft with childhood friend Paul Allen. In 2007, more than thirty years after he left Harvard, the co-founder of Microsoft would finally receive his degree (an honorary doctorate) from his alma mater. At the commencement, Gates said, "I'm a bad influence. That's why I was invited to speak at your graduation. If I had spoken at your orientation, fewer of you might be here today."

2. Steve Jobs

Interesting about steve : He was named The Most Powerful person in Business by Fortune Magazine in 2007. His favorite catch phrases are: “Un-be-lievable”; “Mere mortals”; “It’s huge” & “Wouldn’t it be great”.

The Mac, the iPod, heck, even Buzz Lightyear probably wouldn't have existed had Steve Jobs stayed in school. The future wizard of One Infinite Loop dropped out of Reed College after just six months because of the undue financial strain it placed on his working-class parents' savings. He would go on to eventually found Apple, NeXT Computer and Pixar, becoming an instrumental force in shaping the landscape of modern culture. However, his brief tenure in academia was not for naught. In a 2005 commencement speech he gave at Stanford University, Jobs credited a calligraphy class he took at Reed College with forming the basis for the typography used in the first Macintosh computer.

3. Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright is America's most famous architect. During his 70-year career, Frank Lloyd Wright designed 1,141 buildings, including homes, offices, churches, schools, libraries, bridges, and museums. Five hundred and thirty-two of these designs were completed, and 409 still stand.

America's most celebrated architect spent more time designing colleges than attending them. Frank Lloyd Wright was admitted to the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1886, but left after only one year. He would move to Chicago and eventually apprentice under Louis Sullivan, the "father of modernism." By the time of his passing, Wright's resume included more than 500 works, most famous of which are Fallingwater and New York City's Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.

4. Buckminster Fuller

“I always say to myself: What is the most important thing we can think about at this extraordinary moment?”

This was no mere platitude – but in many ways summarizes Fuller’s entire leadership philosophy. Fuller was always considering not just important things – but perpetually attempting to discern the most important things and placing them in the context of extraordinary times.

Buckminster Fuller — architect, thinker, inventor, futurist, college dropout. Expelled from Harvard not once, but twice, Fuller's post-dropout period was anything but successful. He suffered a string of bad business ventures and years of anguish following his daughter's death. While Fuller could have settled for a less than extraordinary life — he even contemplated suicide — he refused to buck to the bevy of bad breaks. At the age of 32, Fuller set out on a one man quest to change the world for the better. His unorthodox ideas such as the dymaxion (a portmanteau of dynamic maximum tension) house and dymaxion car captivated the nation, while his iconic geodesic domes would bring him international fame and recognition.

5. James Cameron

Do you know : James appeared in an uncredited role in his movie "Titanic". He wrote and directed the short film "Xeogenesis", when he was a film student.

The Academy Award-winning director followed a circuitous route to Hollywood. Born and raised in Canada, he and his family moved to Brea, California in 1971. It was there that the young Cameron enrolled in Fullerton College to study physics. His academic life did not last long. He would drop out, marry a waitress and eventually become a truck driver for the local school district. It was not until he saw Star Wars in 1977 that Cameron would trade his blue collar career for one creating some of the late 20th-century's most stunning (and expensive) science-fiction movies.

His movies : The Terminator (1984), Aliens (1986), The Abyss (1989) Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991), True Lies (1994), Titanic (1997), and Avatar (2009).

6. Mark Zuckerberg

The Wall Street Journal reporter Jessica Vascellaro wrote, "He was well-known by memorizing Iliad and other epic poems" He also developed some games, which themed by classical literature. "His first important program is based on classical literature,"

Most college students use their dorm rooms to sleep, study, or do things their parents probably don't want to know about. Mark Zuckerberg founded Facebook in his. Originally meant only for Harvard students, the popular social networking site quickly spread to the rest of the Ivies and other colleges across the nation. As Facebook's popularity exploded, Zuckerberg packed up his bags and relocated the fledgling company to Palo Alto, California, forever leaving behind Harvard's hallowed halls. So far, the decision has worked out pretty well for the twenty-something. According to Forbes, Zuckerberg is the youngest billionaire in the world, with a 2010 net worth of $4 billion.

7. Tom Hanks

How he is related to Abraham Lincoln?

Tom Hanks, who is a contributor to the Democratic Party, has reason to believe he is the fourth cousin- four times removed- of the sixteenth President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln. He believes he's related to "James Hanks", who was the father of "Nancy Hanks", who was Lincoln's mother. It's kind of ironic that Lincoln was the country's first Republican president.

TIME has called Tom Hanks America's chronicler in chief; Sacramento State can call him their most famous dropout. The storied actor left college to intern full time at the Great Lakes Theater Festival in Cleveland, Ohio. There, he learned various aspects of theater from lighting to set design, laying the foundation for his Hollywood career as movie star, producer, director and writer. Not one to forget his own past, in 2009 Hanks helped fund-raise money to help renovate the Cleveland theater where he got his start.

8. Harrison Ford

Frustrated by the direction his career was heading in the late '60's, Harrison became a carpenter and turned down any role he hated. His favourite technical gadget: an airplane (Harrison has a pilot's licence)

Apparently a college degree isn't a prerequisite for flying the Millennium Falcon. Harrison Ford, of Star Wars and Indiana Jones fame, majored in philosophy at Ripon College, but dropped out shortly before graduation. He subsequently landed several small parts in Hollywood productions, but unhappy with such minor roles, turned to a career in professional carpentry instead. Almost ten years later, he would co- star in George Lucas' 1973 graduation night comedy American Graffiti and subsequently joined Lucas in a galaxy far, far away in the 1977 blockbuster Star Wars.

9. Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga calls the fans that listen to her music as her “little monsters”. She is famous for purchasing pizza for them and has spent up to $1,000 at a time doing this.

Before she was a Gaga, she was a Germanotta. Born Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, the artist better known as Lady Gaga attended New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, but dropped out after just a year to pursue her music career full time. She broke onto the New York club scene with her burlesque performances and was signed to Interscope Records by the age of 20. Her 2008 debut album, The Fame, has had the world going gaga for Gaga ever since.

10. Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods got the nickname of Tiger from Vuong Dang Phong, his father's friend. Tiger’s real name is Eldrick Woods. Woods is the youngest winner of the US Masters at the age of 21 years, 104 days. His father Earl allegedly introduced Tiger to golf at age 9 months.

In a world where prodigious sports talents tend to forgo higher education altogether for the pros, Tiger Woods chose to continue playing amateur golf at Stanford University as an economics major. Perhaps it was in Econ 101 that he learned the term "opportunity cost," because his time at Stanford was not long. After two years there, Woods turned pro with his "Hello world" announcement, officially ending his collegiate career. He would go on to become one of the highest paid athletes in the world, earning more than $100 million annually at the height of his career. How's that for economics?

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World's first National Park

Yellowstone National Park, 1872 is commonly regarded as the world's oldest national park, however, Bogd Khan Uul almost certainly is the oldest, dating back to 1783, when it was established by the Mongolian government as an area to be kept off limits to exploitation and to be protected for its beauty and nature..

Yellowstone National Park:
Certain "Crown" reserves had been created before that in the British Commonwealth Countries- such as the forest reserve in 1776 on the island of Tobago- however, land belonging to the Monarch and land belonging to the people of a country are not the same thing. Yellowstone National Park was the first park put forth with the concept of national lands belonging jointly to all citizens of a nation, for the enjoyment and preservation of generations to come.

Concerning Yosemite National Park:
A park bill passed both houses of the U.S. Congress, and was signed by President Abraham Lincoln on June 30, 1864, creating the Yosemite Grant.[25] This is the first instance of park land being set aside specifically for preservation and public use by action of the U.S. federal government, and set a precedent for the 1872 creation of Yellowstone as the first national park.


30 Things That Are Banned In Iran : Part 2(15 -30)

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Neck Ties


Studying Political Science





Protein Supplements

Brightly Colored Clothes

Pet Dogs



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Best sports photos of 2010 (Part-4 of 4)

Best sports photos of 2010 (Part- 4 of 4)

It was a big year in sports. in 2010 we had the usual suspects such as the tennis majors, the golf majors, baseball’s World Series, football’s Champions League, the Superbowl, all the famous horse races, an exciting Formula 1 season, the NBA play offs, the Tour de France and some great boxing. And then we had some big, bigger and biggest sporting events. The biggest of them all being the Football World Cup in South Africa. Add to that the Winter Olympics and golf’s Ryder Cup and 2010 was a vintage year of sports. These are 100 of the best pictures of that year in sports.

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The History of Java Technology

Since 1995, java has changed our world . . . and our expectations..

Today, with technology such a part of our daily lives, we take it for granted that we can be connected and access applications and content anywhere, anytime. Because of java , we expect digital devices to be smarter, more functional, and way more entertaining.
In the early 90s, extending the power of network computing to the activities of everyday life was a radical vision. In 1991, a small group of Sun engineers called the "Green Team" believed that the next wave in computing was the union of digital consumer devices and computers. Led by James Gosling, the team worked around the clock and created the programming language that would revolutionize our world – java .
The Green Team demonstrated their new language with an interactive, hand held home-entertainment controller that was originally targeted at the digital cable television industry. Unfortunately, the concept was much too advanced for the them at the time. But it was just right for the Internet, which was just starting to take off. In 1995, the team announced that the Netscape Navigator Internet browser would incorporate java technology.
java was created by engineers working at Sun Microsystems. The figure that stands out most of all is James Gosling, widely regarded as the "father" of java . James and his team were working on a language whose original name was Oak. Oak was designed for embedded devices, such as mobile phones. The first publicly available version of java , however, was as java applets, in the original Hotjava browser.  

Today, java not only permeates the Internet, but also is the invisible force behind many of the applications and devices that power our day-to-day lives. From mobile phones to handheld devices, games and navigation systems to e-business solutions, java is everywhere!

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History of Mirasi : Cast History In Pakistan

History of Mirasi : Cast History In Pakistan

The Mirasi (Urdu: میراثی) are a Muslim, Hindu or Sikh community, found in Northern India and Pakistan. They are also known as Pakhwaji, Kalawart and Qawwal.The Mirasi community are the genealogists of a number of communities in Northern India and Pakistan. Most Mirasi s are Muslim, but Rababi and Dhadi sub-groups are entirely Sikh.

History and origin

The Mirasi of Pakistani Punjab

In Pakistani Punjab, the Mirasi are now mainly a community of entertainers, having providing many of the countries singers and entertainers. Most Mirasi are now bilingual, speaking both Urdu and Punjabi.

History of Baig : Cast History In Pakistan

They are no longer traditional genealogists, and many village Mirasi are now agricultural labourers, as the traditional payment in kind paid to village artisans, has been replaced with commercial transactiions. Many members of the community have completely abandoned their occupation, and have attempted to change their caste identity. This is known to anthropologists as ashrafization, where a Muslim community, which is perceived of being of lower status, tries to improve its status. This has included conversion to the Shia sect, by many members of the community.

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