Trendy And Fashionable Creative Lashes

Trendy And Fashionable Creative Lashes 

Thinking of fashion and trends, I got thinking that ultimately it is the ‘whole’ look that makes an impact…a fab dress, great shoes, right accessories, they all fail to make create magic by themselves. It’s only when they complement each other that a person looks good. And accessories go a long way in adding a dash of style to any outfit.

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Year 2030: Top Ten Predictions

Top Ten Predictions For The Future

The World Future  Society has released a 10-page report forecasting more than 70 major global  developments for the coming year and beyond. The OUTLOOK 2009 report examines  the key trends in technology, the environment, the economy, international  relations, etc., in order to paint a full and credible portrait of our likely  future. Among the most provocative  findings:

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Google Experiencing a Deluge of Searching for Sarah Palin

Google Experiencing a Deluge of Searching for Sarah Palin

Gov Palin pushing the limits of search technology

Sarah Palin’s hotness is no longer debatable, at least according to Google trends – the bible of all that’s burning up the Web. A Boston Herald review of google.com/trends shows search terms particular to Palin earned a “volcanic” rating on the site’s “hotness” meter following her “World News Tonight” exclusive. Even her choice of footwear, Naughty Monkey red heels, steamed up the search engine.

“It’s terrific,” said MIT’s Henry Lieberman. (Pics)

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The Aim of Behavioral Targeting

 The Aim of Behavioral Targeting

 Eliminate spam with behaviorally targeted online advertising

“The growth of behaviorally targeted online advertising has been delayed by incomplete development of technology, brand marketers that prefer to have their ads appear with relevant content and concerns over violating consumer privacy,” says David Hallerman, senior analyst at eMarketer and author of the new report, Behavioral Targeting: Marketing Trends. “But a number of things are changing.”

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“What in the World is Going On?”

“What in the World is Going On?”

“There are four major transformations that are shaping political, economic and world events”

This is a paper presented several weeks ago by Herb Meyer at a Davos, Switzerland meeting which was attended by most of the CEOs from all the major international corporations — a very good summary of today’s key trends and a perspective one seldom sees. Herbert E. Meyer served during the Reagan Administration as Special Assistant to the Director of Central Intelligence and Vice Chairman of the CIA’s National Intelligence Council. In these positions, he managed production of the U.S. National Intelligence Estimates and other top-secret projections for the President and his national security advisers.

Meyer is widely credited with being the first senior U.S.Government official to forecast the Soviet Union ‘s collapse, for which he later was awarded the U.S.National Intelligence Distinguished Service Medal, the intelligence community’s highest honor.

Formerly an associate editor of FORTUNE, he is also the author of several books. After the jump is the entire paper

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Euthanasia Means No Repeat Customers

 Euthanasia Means No Repeat Customers

Terminally-ill patients in the Netherlands increasingly receive drugs to render them unconscious until death, according to a study that suggests people are substituting deep sedation for legal euthanasia.

The researchers found that 1,800 people — 7.1 percent of all deaths in the Netherlands in 2005 — were drugged into so-called continuous deep sedation shortly before dying. This compares with 5.6 percent of cases in 2001.

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Will Marketers Tighten Up on Google Ad Spending?

Will Marketers Tighten Up on Google Ad Spending?

The latest data from comScore showed that clicks on ads placed on Google didn’t change much from January 2007 to January 2008. Clicks were actually down 12% from the last three months of 2007.

Clicks on Yahoo! ads also fell 3% from the fourth quarter, but it was Google that got all the unwelcome attention, including a stock price dip to about $450, down from about $740 in November.

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