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What was the wedding dress shop featured on BBC News today?

Question by Faith C: What was the wedding dress shop featured on BBC News today?
Did anyone get the name of the (non-fee) charging wedding dress shop featured on BBC News this morning (on the story about paying to try on dresses). I believe it was in Solihull/Birmingham

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Answer by Bryony Moon
I didnt see news, but the item is on the website, you might catch it if you watch again

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/7470588.stm

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BBC News: First human infected with computer virus

A British scientist says he is the first man in the world to become infected with a computer virus. Dr Mark Gasson from the University of Reading contaminated a computer chip which was then inserted into his hand. The device, which enables him to pass through security doors and activate his mobile phone, is a sophisticated version of ID chips used to tag pets. In trials, Dr Gasson showed that the chip was able to pass on the computer virus to external control systems. If other implanted chips had then connected to the system they too would have been corrupted, he said. For more information go to the BBC site (bit.ly

And the OnLive News Just Keeps Coming

And the OnLive News Just Keeps Coming

Current OnLive news is now being heard all around the world. Since this particular online gaming service is so unique and available around the globe, it has quickly become a huge topic. The launch of OnLive means that people who love high-end online gaming no longer have to spend a lot of money or wait patiently while games download. Instead, with a broadband internet connection and a special compression technology, OnLive can be played on the television or computer (PC and Macintosh) immediately upon logging on!

BBC News covered OnLive news in an article dated March 24, providing readers with information on the many qualities and benefits of using this service. Quoting the founder, Mr. Perlman as saying “This will open up creativity, allow for new experiences and new kinds of expression that have never been available before” sums up the innovative OnLive gaming service. With the newly developed video compression technology, streams of video through the internet are delivered fast and with great clarity.

Even GameSpot has been involved with OnLive news with a March 23 publication. GameSpot, known for its honest and unbiased information about online gaming went as far as saying that Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo need to look out. The traditional video game consoles used with other online gaming services will soon be obsolete. Because of the game console process, gaming online is limited to distance but with video streaming and data compression used by OnLive, players all over the world get the same quality service by using broadband internet.

Even The Guru of 3D is writing about OnLive news with a March 25 publication. In their article, they discuss the Game Developers Conference that was held in San Francisco where one particular company stood out – OnLive. The article went out to address the new gaming platform, instant delivery of high-end titles, and delivery through broadband internet to the computer or television. One particular comment that got people’s attention was that OnLive could deliver full screen gaming action at a resolution as high as 1280x720x60 fps using only a five megabit per second connection, something never imagined before.

Another company that provided readers with OnLive news was TechTree out of India. With this Game on Demand service, people all over the world want to know more. TechTree reminded readers of the 720p high definition quality provided by OnLive, which took seven years of research and development to achieve. The article went on to say that thus far, third-party game publishers to include Warner Bros, interactive, Electronics Arts, Ubisoft, THQ, Epic Games, Take-Two, Codemasters, and Atari are all jumping on the bandwagon regarding OnLive games.

Since its launch only a month ago, OnLive news is everywhere. Companies around the world are excited and anxious to see the true scope of what this service can do. After all, while Steve Perlman has accomplished his initial dream with the launch of OnLive on-demand gaming, his vision is much broader with much more to come.

OnLive Tips is your source for up to date news on the highly anticipated, cloud computing, on-demand gaming console OnLive. To find out more about how this console is changing the face of the video gaming industry, please do visit us at http://onlivetips.com/

Putting ‘Reality’ Together: BBC News Reviews

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No More Bad News

No More Bad News

Copyright (c) 2009 Willie Horton

I recently read a story on BBC News’ international website about a town called Bend in Oregon. The article described how the town had boomed as an upmarket resort and desirable retirement location during the boom years which preceded the world economic setback which started in September 2009. In graphic detail, the writer reported on how the once highly-upmarket residential developments are now pockmarked with half-built shells, abandoned construction equipment and dusty weeded-over empty lots. The writer described how a once wealthy construction business owner, who had owned three houses at the height of the boom, was now living in a homeless shelter.

It’s not the first article of its kind that I have read over the last few months. Indeed, news websites have been chronicling ordinary people’s hardships in gory detail for months on end. It seems, as always, bad news makes a good story. By comparison, feel good stories are few and far between – how people are rising above their economic woes is almost invisible in the media. What kind of sick minds repeatedly want us to consume disturbing information about real people’s problems? You may find that question a little “in your face” but the problem is, from a long-term study of the way society works, constantly feeding us bad news exerts a measure of control on us – in consuming constant negative reportage, we subliminally self-satisfy ourselves that we are OK – we’re “not too bad” – so there’s no point in trying to rise above that normal level of “not-too-bad” – we could be worse off.

I don’t say this as some kind of throwaway remark – psychological research over the last hundred years has explored, in depth, the extent to which societal norms make normal people of us. Indeed, when asking the question as to the kind of sick minds that wish to constantly feed us negative news, the question might be more appropriately put – what kind of sick minds constantly want to feed off other people’s bad news? What kind of people take delight in reading the dirty gossip on those in the public eye? What kind of sick minds watch the “reality” TV shows about road rage, neighbours from hell…? I could go on and on.

The answer to all those questions is simply “Normal People”. Normal people are simply those that abide by the norms of society. You might think that this is a good thing – surely otherwise we’d have chaos and anarchy. But it is a bad thing. A few scientific facts will allow me elaborate. Normal people use almost none of their mental capacity – it is estimated, in fact, that normal people only use 1% of their mental capability. Normal people only perceive what they expect to perceive. Given that they are constantly fed negative news and how other normal people are living, their field of perception is constrained to a very narrow focus – one where nothing spectacular will ever happen in their lives. Normal people behave and react automatically, based on their internal conditioning, which was “programmed” into their subconscious, during their formative years, by their immediate circle – parents, peers, teachers, etc – and by society in general. In other words, we have been normalised right from the word go – when we were young and impressionable.

This is normality – this is the mass market for negative news. That negative news reinforces the perception that “I could be worse and not too bad is good enough!” It’s not. Why live the life of an automaton – where your actions and beliefs bear the horrible sameness of everyone else? Where your actions are driven by a subconscious mind which is focused in your formative years, living out a life that is full of self-fulfilling prophecies based on the beliefs that were foisted upon you when you couldn’t make your mind up for yourself? Why choose that kind of life – why choose not to be spectacularly happy and successful? Because you have a choice.

As a grown adult, you can either take responsibility for your own state of mind or you can stay normal. You can decide to tear your inner mind’s attention away from your formative programming – the result will be that you will stop reacting like all normal people and you will start acting. Your actions will be based on what you feel is best for you – and, believe you me, from having worked with hundreds of clients over the last fourteen years, best for you bears no comparison to the normal not too bad. This means that you can start having an abnormally successful and happy life – like all abnormally successful people, some of whom are so abnormally successful that we all know their names. Why? They stand out from the crowd. You, too, can stand out from the crowd.

You, too, can achieve extraordinary success – in your business or career, in sports, in your personal life, financially and in real relationships. All you have to do is use more than 1% of your mental capacity. As I already said, tear your mind’s attention away from the past – into the present. Yes, it’s that simple. Train your mind to pay more than 1% attention to the present moment and you gain control of the type of mental power that my clients describe as “life-changing”. Pay attention to the present moment using your five senses – every morning, before you start your day, take five to fifteen minutes to see, feel, hear, smell and taste where you are – you will, sooner or later, smell the sweet smell of success.

Willie Horton’s acclaimed two-day personal development seminars have been running for thirteen years. He teaches that a clear and present state of mind creates extra-ordinary personal and business success. His vast expertise is now available in his Online Workshop at Gurdy.Net. His website also offers daily free personal development video seminars, articles and a Free Personal Development Ezine published every Monday morning.

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Where can i watch BBC latest news live online it difficult to find?

Question by Venessa Swiss: Where can i watch BBC latest news live online it difficult to find?
i want to watch the latest BBC news Live well we have some problem with our cable orator and there are lots of channel we cant watch on television like kids and music so please if anyone know chare.. to watch live…

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Answer by Jim Mullins
I suggest you google BBC News!

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