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Haynes aims to take out zombies with new survival app

Haynes aims to take out zombies with new survival app

With The Walking Dead returning to our screens and Halloween – the day of the dead – having passed just days ago, Haynes has launched a new zombie app to help fans of the genre ensure they have the right survival skills should these two events have seen the zombie apocalypse become reality. Based on […]

By November 25, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Best app for meditating: Meditation Studio

Best app for meditating: Meditation Studio

I want to share with you my experience with Meditation Studio, an app for meditating. I have been using it since one year ago. I was already into meditation before discovering this program but  I have to admit that this program has improved my practise. Guided meditations helped me to focus and to be aware […]

By October 25, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Field guide to the wild flowers of the Western Mediterranean by Chris Thorogood

Field guide to the wild flowers of the Western Mediterranean by Chris Thorogood

I have recently received Field Guide to the Wild Flowers of the Western Mediterranean by Chris Thorogood, more than 600 pages of detailed and accurated information about the Mediterranean wild flowers, with more than 1400 astonishing color photographs. I don’t use to see such amazing luxury editions, but Kew  Royal Botanic Gardens is always surprising […]

Marianne North: a very intrepid painter

Marianne North: a very intrepid painter

Did you know this woman in the portrait? Me neither! But now, thanks to Kew Gardens I do. Pay attention: it is a black an white portrait, she is wearing old clothes and she is painting outdoors. And what else? Oh, yes! She is a woman, and what a woman, because in the XIXth century […]

Ghostology. The art of the ghost hunter

Ghostology. The art of the ghost hunter

O.K, you got me: I have participated in ghost haunting camps. Yes, I went to haunted houses with all the equipment, ready for recording paranormal electronic voices, detecting any unusual and radical change of temperature and… Running like hell if the things turn to be more creepy than expected! But this is the first time […]

By February 27, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
The Mindfulness Key by Sarah Silverton

The Mindfulness Key by Sarah Silverton

I have just finished reading The Mindfulness Key written by Sarah Silverton. I guess that after reading The Blisfful Brain by Shanida Nataraja and learning about the neuroscientific proof of the power of meditation, I was willing to practice Mindfulness, and I must confess that Sarah Silverton has helped me to do so. I have always been into […]

By February 25, 2016 1 Comments Read More →
Healthy eating with The Hairy Bikers

Healthy eating with The Hairy Bikers

The massively popular, down-to-earth favorites, The Hairy Bikers have kindly provided a tasty yet healthy recipe for press use during January; delicious baked fish with red peppers and tomatoes! Coming in at 200 calories per portion, this recipe is perfect for readers wanting to eat healthy foods and trim down following the festivities.   Si and […]

By January 12, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Losing the signal: the untold story behind the extraordinay rise and spectacular fall of Blackberry

Losing the signal: the untold story behind the extraordinay rise and spectacular fall of Blackberry

First was Motorola; then BlackBerry. There is always a company who seem not realize that you have to give users what they want, not what you want, despite that both concepts can easily be merge in some occasions, creating a big confusion and therefore a bigger fall.   This is an account of the true […]

By December 3, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
Everyone is African: how Science explodes the myth of race

Everyone is African: how Science explodes the myth of race

Daniel J. Faribanks debunks the myth of race demonstrating that is a cultural construction and nothing more than that. Whereas in recent years this truth has been widely accepted among both geneticists and anthropologists, general public remains still stuck in the biological fallacy of races which have been giving rise to so many tragedies through History (let’s remember the […]

By December 3, 2015 0 Comments Read More →