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A very interesting site, I think. The Idea of Technometry was new for me but worth to be read and thought abot it (although I'm not a native english-speaker and have some difficulties whith this language)
Onlineshop Suchmaschinenoptimierung |
Nov 2, 2006 11:26:29 AM
Would you consider an entry that offers recommendations for training seminars or courses in sales, marketing, and public speaking? If it's not enough to talk about in a blog entry then perhaps you could e-mail me about it if you can spare the time?
Jan 21, 2006 12:44:57 PM
Would it be possible to put the loops in a separate feed? I like reading your stuff, but I'm just not inclined to use software that demands personal information from me to even start up.
Secret Agent |
Jan 21, 2006 12:59:52 AM
would make great wine cellars...me thinks.
Jan 20, 2006 3:28:32 PM
bombshelters are places that people in Europe remember in a bad and tragic way.
In two place in Europe is possible to simulate the experience of our parents when they find in a bombshelters a refuge from airplane bombs during WWII.
A bombshelters simulator is placed in London at Imperial War Museum and a second one (a copy of the first) is in Catania - Sicily in the Museums of allied desembarkement in Sicily.
Simulators are very impressive, 7 minutes of dinamic experience with hight quality sound effects and with the ...final surprise...when a bomb explode nearest to the bomshelters.
Hope all remain a simulation and never and never anyone will need to use a bombshelters....
Time ago a journalist ask to Albert Heinstein with wich arms will be possible to combact the WWIV...He answer "only with stones...after WWIII only stones will remain"
Mario bucolo |
Jan 20, 2006 5:42:11 AM
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