It’s arguably the most recognisable and reproduced image in New Zealand art – and judging from the results of a current online auction, the most desirable.
JAI Bangla! Jai Bangla!” From the banks of the great Ganges and the broad Brahmaputra, from the emerald rice fields and mustard-colored hills of the countryside, from the countless squares of countless villages came the cry. “Victory to Bengal! Victory to Bengal!” They danced on the roofs of buses and marched down city streets singing their anthem Golden Bengal
The killing of President Park raises questions and tensions It was one of the most bizarre killings of a head of state in history. Late last week President Park Chung Hee, 61, strongman ruler of the Republic of South Korea since 1961, was shot at a dinner party by the chief of his own intelligence service in what was first described by a government spokesman as an “accident.” Later, officials revealed that it was a well-planned assassination
California doesn’t want its children to kill Zombies.
If the hacker attacks that hit Russia’s top blogging service, LiveJournal, this week are anything to go by, the unwritten rules of cyber warfare no longer apply.
For a company founded and still largely run by a bunch of engineers, Google apparently knows a lot about human nature. Just as they did with Gmail, the Googlers have made their newest product invitation-only
A new cell phone application allows users to carry out a virtual dissection of a human body. The iPhone app, called “Anatomy Lab,” has been developed by researchers from the University of Utah and provides images of a real human cadaver.
Just like Vegas, what happens on the Internet, stays on the Internet. How that affects your job search is up to you
As Internet-based economies edge closer to their real-world counterparts, one country is apparently trying to build a wall between the two. China has announced new rules that prevent “virtual currencies” like Linden Dollars and QQ coins from being traded for real cash.