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Rob Jacklin

PlanetInAction.com - Ships - 18 views

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    "n this ship simulation program you get to be the helmsman of your own fleet of ships. "Ships" will take you past worlds incredible scenery at a leisurely pace."
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    This website is the best news site, all the information is here and always on the update. We accept criticism and suggestions. Happy along with you here. I really love you guys. :-) www.killdo.de.gg
Ced Paine

YouTube - homeproject's Channel - 0 views

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    A full-length (93-minute) movie from the GoodPlanet Foundation that explores environmental issues
Fred Delventhal

Add Virtual Earth maps to your website - 0 views

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    On this article we will talk about how to add a Virtual Earth map to your blogs using Windows Live Writer. Get the software from http://download.live.com/writer.
Fred Delventhal

The Miniature Earth - 0 views

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    The idea of reducing the world's population to a community of only 100 people is very useful and important. It makes us easily understand the differences in the world.
    There are many types of reports that use the Earth's population reduced to 100 people, especially in the Internet. Ideas like this should be more often shared, especially nowadays when the world seems to be in need of dialogue and understanding among different cultures, in a way that it has never been before.

    The text that originated this webmovie was published on May 29, 1990 with the title "State of the Village Report", and it was written by Donella Meadows, who passed away in February 2000. Nowadays Sustainability Institute, through Donella's Foundation, carries on her ideas and projects.

    Donella Meadows' original "State of the Village Report" may be found at:
    www.sustainer.org/dhm_archive/index.php?display_article=vn338villageed

    The text used here has been modified. The statistics have been updated based on specialized publications and mainly reports on the World's population provided by The UN, PRB and others.
Darcy Goshorn

woices.com - where the words go - 0 views

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    mashup of podcasting with Google Maps
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