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Sunday, December 11, 2005
Vote for Xiaxue! Now! Only 5 days left! - Don't support MrBrown! Why? Read!
Vote for Xiaxue's nice and entertaining weblog, HERE.
It's unbelievable what's going on during the Asian Weblog Awards 2005. MrBrown started few days ago a mud battle against Xiaxue. Read here what's happened! I find Xiaxue does't deserve such attack. She made a good work and entertainment for a lot of readers (above 20.000 a day!) since start her blog in 2003. It's funny, check it out!
If you agree with me then hurry and vote once each day, OK? Only 5 days left!
Both blogs are in the Top100 of technorati.
Don't forget, only 5 days left!
Monday, November 28, 2005
Xbox 360 Spot banned
But why? It's funny!
look it at Inside Microsoft
So nice can be blogging!
Young, pretty and successful, that's Wendy Cheng aka Xiaxue, winner of Weblog Awards "Best Asian Weblog" 2004, 2005. She lifes in Singapore and started three years ago her blogger carrier. Wendy can say today, she's a fulltime blogger and blogging is her occupation. Xiaxue is not only a diary, it's entertainment, very funny und counts more than 20.000 visitors a day. Must see it!
CNN is looking for France - Help!
ESA - Observing the Earth - Earth from Space: Contrails over the United States
Aircraft condensation trails or 'contrails' are clearly visible slicing across the East Coast of the United States in this Envisat image.
The image stretches south from the US-Canadian border down to the Appalachian Mountains and east from Ohio to New York, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland.
A dense collection of the straight clouds called contrails is seen between the cities of Cincinnati, Columbus and Pittsburgh. Exhaust emissions from jet aircraft contain large amounts of water vapour which, under certain atmospheric states, will condense to form ice crystals. These act as condensation nuclei around which even more water vapour in the surrounding air condenses. The end result is the formation of an elongated cloud-like condensation trail in the sky.
OPENING "Science Report"
After I realized that my german blog Plus Eins got more international visiters than germans, I decided to start an english version of it. "Science Report" will offer a lot of things found via web or pr-messages from companies and sometimes jokes about oddities.
My english is so very bad that I apologize it. If you find mistakes in grammar or others you have two possibilities:
You can teach me for free :-) and send me a correction.
You say "Muhhhhaaaaa!", put a copy of my text into your blog or website and write how stupid I'm. But, then link me please!
Ok, let's start!