The Weird, Vain History of Who’s Who Books

The public’s insatiable need for their five minutes of fame existed long before social media and was quenched, at times, by compendiums known as “who’s whos.” Whether one pays to get a reference and who qualifies has varied throughout the years. Albert Nelson Marquis published the first such US-based tome in the 1800s. 8000 names filled the book. ...

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Charlie Gard Has Passed Away After Controversial Life Support Battle

Charlie Gard an eleven month infant died in hospice after battling a rare degenerative disorder. His story reached many people including Donald Trump. Unfortunately, he passed away before his first birthday. His case made controversy and his parents had a court battle to be able to disconnect him from life support. Charlie Gard Has Passed Away After Controversial...

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Parasailing in Jamaica – 360 video

Parasailing is a popular water sport. It is done at many resorts. Many do it on their vacations. This video will give you an idea of what it’s like. It takes place in Jamaica but you can do this elsewhere. It could help you decide if you want to try it. Key Takeaways:Jamaica’s Mantego Bay is a beautiful, out-of-the-way region, with clear, blue...

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A Boeing Test Flight Drew an Airplane In the Sky

While running an 18-hour flight endurance test on the Boeing Dreamliner 787 the Boeing engineers decided to have some fun. The 9,896-mile flight path created by the aircraft’s testers outlined a GPS drawing of the 787 spanning 22 states reaching from the US-Mexico border in southern Texas up to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan on the border with Canada. Key...

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Top 5 villas for practising wellness

When you’re stressed out what do you dream about? If you answered a vacation then Bali’s Villa Sungai is a village escape that will allow you to have a relaxing experience. The amenities will leave you speechless. For example, salt-steam caves, saunas, spa facilities and much more. Next time you want to destress make sure to head to this five star...

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Travelers Love Spunky Norwegian Air and 2 Other Aviation Trends This Week

People that travel love spunky Norwegian air and 2 other aviation trends. Norwegian wins so many different awards and they are all well deserved. The thing is that investors are not sure the carrier is going to produce major profits anytime in the near future. It might actually be growing too quickly. Travelers Love Spunky Norwegian Air and 2 Other Aviation...

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Turing Smartphone Lux Concierge Can Book Charter Flights

In the fiercely competitive mobile market, the latest bid to stand out ( over Apple’s giant shoulders) is luxury concierge service on your luxury phone. Spend 1000 on a two year subscription to the service, manned by Sir Alan, your cyber-knight in shining butler uniform, you get the phone, called the Appassionato, for free. Liquid metal, the device features...

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Telegraph Field Valentia Island in Kerry, Ireland

The first successful transatlantic telegraph system was installed in 1858 and allowed messages to travel between Ireland and Newfoundland. Telegraph Field on Valentina Island became the point of transatlantic transmissions and remained so until 1966. today, the site is being preserved as a historical landmark with attempts being made to make it a UNESCO World...

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Shipwrecked Doritos in Hatteras, North Carolina

There are many shipwrecks around here. The area has a vast maritime history. There have even been pirates here. Doritos are popular snacks. Combining them with a shipwreck makes for a very interesting story. It is also a business story as well as a maritime one because this company is huge. They make many popular foods which many Americans eat every day. Key...

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