Monthly Archives: March 2010

A Green Cyprus

As I get ready for the summer field season in Cyprus, I tend to read more articles about Cyprus online, not just the news items as I do in the fall. I ran across an article today in the Cyprus … Continue reading

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Cyprus Economics

In Cyprus, President Demetris Christofias and his ministers have announced that they will take a 10% pay cut in an effort to help out with the growing Cypriot deficit.  While the gesture will not help significantly reduce the deficit, it … Continue reading

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Viking Find in England

As England prepares for the 2012 Olympics, a group of workers who were excavating a road near Weymouth uncovered a mass grave that contained the skeletons of 51 individuals. Examination of the skeletons show that the bodies had been decapitated, … Continue reading

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More Google Books Coming Soon

Google has reached agreement with the Italian government to digitize the contents of 2 national Italian libraries and make them available to the public online. These two libraries contain nearly 1 million old works that were published before 1868 and … Continue reading

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Kindle

A few weeks ago, I finally broke down and purchased a Kindle from Amazon, after debating whether to buy a Kindle or a Nook. The main reason I ordered one was that I want it for traveling, especially to Cyprus. since … Continue reading

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