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5 Infamous Hackers

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ADVERTISEMENT Kevin Mitnick Kevin Mitnick was a most wanted computer criminal at the time of his arrest in the late 90s. At the age of 12, he started out by using social engineering, talking to a friendly bus driver who said he could buy his own ticket punch and find unused pass cards to cheat […]

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There are 100 reasons you should give a DIY project a try. It’s gratifying and budget-friendly to do something from start to finish. But there are also many reasons why you should hire a contractor, with the main one being safety. If a project is beyond your skill set or you don’t have the proper […]

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7 Senseless Songwriters

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Lyric poetry has a long and beautiful history. It was a way for stories to be remembered, exciting or tragic events to be passed down between families. It told of great loves and epic betrayals – and now? Now the majority of lyrics are reduced to HEY LET’S GET DRUNK and HEY THERE’S A GIRL, […]

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Five Worst Passengers in History

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The human race has come a long way in 100,000 or so years since our existence began, often when we look back we focus solely on history’s greats such as; Winston Churchill, JFK, Martin Luther King, so on and so forth. We think to ourselves, what would I say to someone who had such a […]

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It is safe to say that Twitter has now evolved into an essential tool for all those involved in higher education. As well as its most obvious benefits, Twitter has become much more than just a channel heavily used to push out or break new content to an audience. The focus is now more about […]

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In the animal kingdom, being tiny can have its perks: you’re hopefully too small to be seen by any predators. Unfortunately, if you do get spotted, chances are you’ll be too small to put up much of a fight. Luckily, we all love small cute tiny things, and therefore ensure the existence of many pygmy […]

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In the UK there are 18 species of bat, 17 of which are definitely known to breed here. This total represents nearly one quarter of the UK’s mammal species.  All bats native to the UK are insectivores, with different species having various foraging behaviour and preferred insects for prey. The smallest Pipistrelle species can eat […]

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6 Common Bankruptcy Myths

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6 Common Bankruptcy Myths

Bankruptcy sounds extreme, but in some cases it’s an unavoidable solution to a personal financial crisis. There’s a lot of misinformation floating around the world about what bankruptcy is and what it isn’t, how it can benefit you, when it’s a good idea and when there’s a better solution to your immediate crisis. Here are […]

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The top 5 uses for expired train tickets

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Train journeys can often have a love/hate relationship in the British consciousness, from crowded commuter trains to journeys home to see your loved ones. But what to do with a collection of old rail tickets? Well here are some great ideas on what to do with them when your journey is over. 1. Artwork There […]

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Good design is a key part of creating a professional website and let’s be honest, good web design isn’t usually cheap. According to this article published on top design blog, Inspiredmag, here’s what is said to be the optimal pricing for getting good design: Basic Website – $1000 – $2000 Custom Website – $2500-$7500 Content […]

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