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How To Avoid Talking To People You Don’t Want To Talk To

Monday, January 23rd, 2012

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    How to use a Vanilla Pre-Paid MasterCard on Pay-Pal.

    Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

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    No More Guesses at How to Say a Name

    Monday, November 28th, 2011

    This is the VOA Special English Technology Report, from | http A new online service offers a simple way to let other people know how to say your name correctly. It lets others hear you say it yourself in your e-mail.Today, more people from different cultures work, live and study together. Some worry that having a difficult name could limit them. Just ask Sheetal Dube. She and her husband came to the United States from India seven years ago. She says, “Sheetal is a very common Indian name and in India people would just know how to pronounce it. But I’ve been working here in the US for some time and I realize people find it hard to pronounce. They haven’t heard it before.” Ms. Dube was a user experience consultant for technology companies. She now owns a new company called Audioname. She came up with the idea after doing a presentation with someone she worked with. She says, “My colleague was Mary and it was very easy for everyone in the room to say, you know, ‘Mary’s findings showed this.’ But it’s very difficult to say ‘Sheetal’s findings showed this.’ So that’s where this idea really stuck in my head. It’s like, you know, what if I just have an audio name and, you know, I put it in my e-mail and they have a chance to hear it before they meet me?”Ms. Dube presented her idea at a business development conference in Portland, Oregon, earlier this year. It won the top award at the event called Startup Weekend Portland. The service is free. Ms. Dube hopes

    John McCain’s health records must be released

    Sunday, June 6th, 2010 The state of John McCain’s health is an issue of grave concern for all Americans, regardless of political persuasion. Given the fact that he has been treated for an invasive melanoma and other maladies, it is important that he release his full health records. For a very brief three hours in May, McCain released 1173 pages of his medical records to a carefully selected group of reporters. They were not allowed to make any copies or phone calls. Why such secrecy? We have enlisted a group of doctors from around the country to lead the effort to make sure the public is able to see and make judgments for themselves. Secrecy is not of service to our democracy, transparency is. Please have other doctors sign the open letter. Cancer is a serious issue. That’s why 30 medical doctors have already signed our open letter telling McCain to issue a full, public disclosure of all his medical records. Send this video far and wide to request that McCain release his full health records. Ask every medical doctor you know to sign onto the letter. McCain’s records must be made public and soon. While McCain doesn’t really care about our health care, we all should care about the health of McCain.

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    A Whole New World, Brought to Us by Gizmos and Gadgets

    Thursday, November 24th, 2011

    I’m Alex Villarreal with the VOA Special English Technology Report, from | http Today we tell about some of the top technology developments of the last ten years. The technological revolution is changing the way we work and play. Mobile phones became smartphones, with abilities like computers. Many people started reading books on electronic readers. Televisions became high-definition and the screens became flat. Digital music players got smaller in size but large enough for people to download their entire music collections. Worldwide broadband subscriptions passed five hundred million. And, at least two billion people were expected to be online by the end of two thousand ten. Stephen Baker is the vice president of industry analysis for the consumer electronics market research group NPD. He says the technological developments of the twenty-first century have brought about some historic advances in consumer electronics. He said ten years ago might as well be a hundred years. If you look back at the way people interacted with electronics in two thousand and the way they interact with them today, there is no comparison. Ten years ago there were no flat panel televisions. There were no mobile web devices or smartphones. There were no e-book readers. And very few people had notebook computers.Bruce Bachenheimer is with the MIT Enterprise Forum in New York City. He is also the director of entrepreneurship at Pace University. He talked about what he believes

    After Brain Study, New Questions About Mobile Phones

    Tuesday, May 17th, 2011

    I’m Carolyn Presutti with the VOA Special English Health Report, from | http How important is your mobile phone, better known to Americans as a cellphone? Many people say they use the device all the time. So far, no studies have proven beyond question that the radio signals from cellphones cause brain cancer or other health problems. But a new study by government scientists in the United States has some people wondering what to think. The scientists found that holding a cellphone to your ear for at least fifty minutes increases brain cell activity. Even the scientists themselves are not sure about the meaning of their findings.Dr. Nora Volkow led the study. She heads the National Institute on Drug Abuse, part of the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Volkow says she would not be concerned that fifty minutes of cellphone exposure would harm anyone. But she says the research does show the need to study whether there are long-lasting effects of repeated exposure over several years.Her team studied forty-seven healthy volunteers in two thousand nine. The volunteers had cellphones placed against both ears while the scientists made images of their brain activity. As part of the test, one phone was activated but muted for fifty minutes. The other phone was off. After that, the people were tested with both phones turned off. Dr. Volkow says the brain scans showed increased activity in brain cells closest to the activated phone.She said the right area of the

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