Sunday, October 17, 2010

World Between Me New


 Not an Average Hole....


If you are an adventurous person looking for extraordinary fun, then you should probably check out this. Over 124 metres (407 ft) deep and 300 metres (984 ft) wide, this hole it not something you see everyday. This ocean hole is called the Great Blue Hole and it lies off the coast of Belize.It is believed that this hole has been created due to several quaternary glaciation when sea levels were much lower. The aspiring view from above already reveals a great wonder which this magical place has created!!








Animal News


"Quick Facts about those Snails"

 When you think about a snail, the first word that comes to your mind is probably the word "boring". Yes, indeed, but in fact there are a few things that make them quite special in today's world.

1. As we may or may not know, snails are one of the slowest creatures on Earth!
2. Snails are the most active at night.
3.As snails move they leave behind slime.
4. If a snail would consume either salt or sugar, they will die.
5. Snails are hermaphrodites- means that it has reproductive organs normally associated with both male and female
6.Snails don’t see very well and they cannot hear, so they have to rely upon their good sense of smell to help them find their prey. 









Tuesday, October 12, 2010

World Between Me News


Technology World

 Xbox 360 Slim


There is no denying how sleek the new Xbox 360 Slim is – although it is not actually called the slim. The name has stuck for most, but lets face it, it’s not as thin as we hoped. This certainly gave one modder a challenge, as he wanted to make it portable.
You can see from the video below that Ben Heck was able to produce a slimmer model than his previous version. What makes this portable Xbox 360 S so unique is the 17-inch Gateway LCD that forms part of the mod.
How many portable games consoles can you say offer 720p? Ben has made just one for the moment, but he is about to produce two more for a contest that he is running on The Ben Heck Show.









Business World

Most Powerful Women of 2010



 1. Michelle Obama

As a wife of the 44th American President, Barrack Obama, Michelle plays other very important roles in her life. She is a forceful advocate of school nutrition standards and military families' affairs, she's more involved in policy than Laura Bush was. But unlike Hillary Clinton, who championed a secretive (and ultimately unsuccessful) health care reform, Obama has stayed away from hard policy. A fashion icon and an athletic mother of two, she's Jackie Kennedy with a  law degree from Harvard and street sense from Chicago's South Side. She's also effective: In response to her Let's Move! campaign against childhood obesity, companies like Coca-Cola, Kellogg and General Mills have pledged to reduce the calorie content of their foods by 2012.




 2. Irene Rosenfeld

 Her $26.3 million compensation package in 2009 made Rosenfeld the nation's second-highest-paid female, after Yahoo!'s Carol Bartz. She earned it, drawing fire early this year after announcing plans to acquire British candymaker Cadbury. Warren Buffett, whose Berkshire Hathaway owned 9.4% of Kraft, voted against the deal, calling it "dumb." When Rosenfeld refused to back down, Buffett retaliated by
 by selling 33.1 million Kraft shares (one-third of Berkshire's stake).









 3. Oprah Winfrey

The world's most successful female media exec--she earned $1.35 billion over the last five years--is making some big changes for 2010-11. Her 25th season of Oprah, the program that has launched multiple careers, spawned countless bestsellers and helped millions of women feel that someone, at last, understands them, will air its final show on Sept. 9, 2011. Next up? Winfrey is launching OWN, the Oprah Winfrey Network, a joint venture of Discovery Channel and her own Harpo Productions, in January 2012.







 4. Angela Merkel

With a fragile coalition--and infighting between the FDP (liberals) and the Christian Social Union, with both of whom her party is allied--Merkel is trying to push through tax and education reforms before next spring's regional elections. With German business sentiment near all-time highs, she can afford to spend a little political capital. Germany's planned 4% cuts in the 2011 budget ($400 billion) may anger constituents, many of whom are looking for wage raises. Merkel is lobbying for a non-permanent seat for Germany on the U.N. Security Council; some believe she is angling for a permanent place.







5. Hilary Clinton

Diplomatic breakthroughs are rare. And while Clinton, a former first lady and U.S. senator, brings star power to the State Department, she has yet to notch a triumph beyond resetting the button in U.S.-Russian ties and the Turkey-Armenia treaty. She has put her skills on the line with an umpteenth attempt to broker Middle East peace. No one discounts her continuing contributions to the plight of women worldwide: victims of rape in Congo and of flooding in Pakistan and the millions of mothers exposed to dangerous cookstoves.