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Google's Art Project – Free virtual online art museum tours from locations around the world

Google's Art Project – Free virtual online art museum tours from locations around the world

Google Art Project website offers free art museum tours

(Best Syndication News) - Google has created a one stop website that will let you browse through art museums around the world. Currently there are 17 museums that are participating in the project which was launched on February 1, 2011. You can check out the actual museum buildings inside and out, and you can also zoom in for a closer look at the art in these museums as you virtually stroll through them on the Internet.

If you sign in you can create your own collection of art. You can add your own notes to each painting or artwork. Then you can share your collection with others. There are currently over 1,000 pieces of art on display through this virtual online art museum website.

You can zoom in close up to inspect the artwork details. If you want you can even use the zoomed in section as part of your 'create your own collection'.

Kno Tablet has a 14.1 inch display for Digital College Textbooks eBook Reader with Note Taking

Kno Tablet offers 14 inch Digital College Textbooks eBook Reader and Note Taker

Kno Tablet Dual Screen model

(Best Syndication News) - The Kno Tablet is another eBook reader that offers functionality for note taking and researching aimed for college students. The Kno is in short supply said the company and at their website are having people sign up for an invite to buy if they are interested in the product. They are also giving out 10 Kno tablets to students with digital books loaded on them.

There are two different models, one is a single panel and the other is designed much like a book with a left and right panel. The Kno tablet with Single Screen and Stylus can be ordered with either 16 GB for $599 or 32 GB for $699. The Kno tablet with Dual Screen and Stylus you can order with 16 GB for $899 and 32 GB for $999.

Toys R us Black Friday 2010 - Thanksgivng Day Sales starts at 10pm Tonight with 150 Doorbuster Deals

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Toys R Us website announce Black Friday Sales ads and Store Hours

(Best Syndication News) - ToysRus is opening their Black Friday Sale on Thanksgiving Day at 10 pm tonight. They are advertising 150 doorbuster deals to get people to come shopping this evening. The ToysRus store hours for their Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday Sale are between 10 pm to 2 am. They will have extra doorbusters between 5am to 1 pm.

Toys'R'us will be offering coupons for extra discounts on things such as Zhu Zhu Pets (3 pets for $9.99) and and Rubix's Cube for $4 with coupon. These coupons are only available online. You can get to the coupons by visiting toysrus.com and then print out the extra savings coupons.

Emotional Memory is remembered more after Sleep

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(Best Syndication News) - To memorize things better you should sleep to make your brain remember the information better as well as allowing you to come up with new creative ideas. Researchers from University of Notre Dame and Boston College discuss the importance sleep has with improving memory and creativity with an article that was published in the Current Directions in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science.

Jessica D. Payne of the University of Notre Dame, who co-authored the article with Elizabeth A. Kensinger of Boston College investigated how a person holds onto memories when sleeping. What they found was the person tended to hold onto the memory that had the most emotion attached to it.

Science Channel announces 'Head Rush' TV Series - Commercial Free Kids Educational Science Show

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(Best Syndication News) - On August 23rd, there will be a new educational kids TV show premiering on the Science Channel called 'Head Rush.' The TV show will be one-hour long and will have no commercials. The TV show is hosted by Kari Bryon from the Discovery Channel TV series, 'Mythbusters.'

The TV show is geared toward middle school aged students, but that doesn't mean that kids of all ages (adults) could enjoy learning about science in our everyday life. Subjects covered will be mathematics, science, technology, engineering, natural history and space. There will be hands-on experiments, video shorts and viewer questions and answers. They will also have games and other guests from other Discovery Channel shows.

'Head Rush' will begin airing on August 23rd and will be scheduled Monday-Friday at 4PM/5PM ET/PT and on Saturdays 7AM/9AM ET/PT.

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