Monthly Archives: September 2014

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    Why Travelling Is Good For Your Health
    Posted in: Travel

    Travelling is one good way of relaxation. You can find more affordable travel costs and see nice places around the world. Travelling can really be addictive especially now that it’s much easier to travel via air. Being on an exciting adventure can relieve you from stress and other worries. There are so many reasons why […]

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    Top Ten North American Hiking Destinations
    Posted in: Travel

    North America is one of the best places to perform hiking for people who are adventurous in nature. This continent has jagged cliffs, snowcapped peaks, verdant forests, and towering volcanoes which are perfect for trekking and trailing. Get on your foot and be ready to experience the best hiking adventure in your entire life in […]

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    Do Europe Cheap
    Posted in: Travel

    Travelling and staying in Europe can be cheap and expensive depending on your lifestyle. Transportation can be more expensive if you are travelling long distances and missed out the Ryanair. Despite these high cost of living and expensiveness, Europe can still be cheap for everyone. The Megabus is an example of cheap travelling around United […]

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    Why Skateboarding Is Still Cool
    Posted in: Sports

    The recent survey conducted in the US found that skateboarding is the top 3 most popular sport among teenagers and is very popular worldwide. Now, you may be asking why skateboarding is still cool? Well then, the following are the top reasons why this sport is still on hot trend. Self Expression – skateboarding is […]

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    Why Soccer Players Are Smarter Than Baseball Players
    Posted in: Sports

    Variants of football have been codified for reduced-sized teams (i.e. five-a-side football) play in non-field environments (i.e. beach soccer, indoor soccer, and futsal) and for teams with disabilities (i.e. paralympic association football). Bandy is a variant of hockey played on ice the size of a football pitch, under rules similar to those of association football. […]

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    Is Soccer The Answer?
    Posted in: Sports

    According to FIFA the competitive game cuju is the earliest form of football for which there is scientific evidence. It occurs namely as an exercise in a military manual from the third and second centuries BC. Documented evidence of an activity resembling football can be found in the Chinese military manual Zhan Guo Ce compiled […]

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    The Most Expensive Guitar In The World
    Posted in: Music

    An electric guitar is a guitar that uses a pickup to convert the vibration of its strings into electrical impulses. The most common guitar pickup uses the principle of direct electromagnetic induction. The signal generated by an electric guitar is too weak to drive a loudspeaker, so it is amplified before sending it to a […]

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    Top Five Albums Recorded In Home Studios
    Posted in: Music

    For indie bands, the high-tech products such as ProTools and Apple’s Garageband have become the staples with computers. The generation of young musicians have brought a revolutionary way of recording albums through home studios. This has become the new norm for most indie bands across the globe. Through home-recording process, past releases have been available […]

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    Summer Is For Surfing
    Posted in: Sports

    Summer is the best time for surfing. Why? Because the weather is perfect, days are much longer, waves are even smaller, and the water is typically warmer than any other season. If you want to get better on surfing or long boarding, you can at least try to do it twice a week. Walking up […]

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    Why The Resurgence Of Vinyl Is Good News For The Movie Industry
    Posted in: Music

    A gramophone record (phonograph record in American English) or vinyl record, commonly known as “a record”, is an analog sound storage medium in the form of a flat polyvinyl chloride (previously shellac) disc with an inscribed, modulated spiral groove. The groove usually starts near the periphery and ends near the center of the disc. Phonograph […]