Dark Horse Comics (@darkhorsecomics) is an extension of the Oregon based comic-book retail chain founded by Mike Richardson in 1980. It established its name by releasing a pretty list of impressive hits, in its early years, like
The popular American novel writer, James Salter’s novel “A Sport and a Pastime” will now appear in the form of an e-book soon enough. The novel belongs to the erotic romance genre and is a story that
A nation-wide essay competition by the World Affairs Council Philadelphia. This essay competition was specifically about Azerbaijan. All the participants were asked to be well informed about the country’s economic, social, historical and political situation. A total
Last year, the micro-blogging website, Twitter’s co-founder Biz Stone was in news when it became known that he is stepping aside from the Twitter business for a while. Now, he is back in news again. The buzz
Amalgamating the Social Search The new search technology will allow bitly to classify the daily crawled URLs hence creating an index which is classified on the basis of trending topics, higher click through rates and vast distributions.
(Reuters) – China will intensify controls of online social media and instant messaging tools, the ruling Communist Party said in an agenda-setting document that marks the government’s highest-level reaction so far to the explosive growth of microblogs.
Birth of the Potter Film Franchise The Harry Potter film series is based on the Harry Potter novels by the British author J. K. Rowling. Distributed by Warner Bros., the series consists of eight fantasy films beginning
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(Reuters) – An Oxford academic has found a "tantalizing" link between Shakespeare’s tragic heroine Ophelia and a real-life girl who died at the age of two in 1569, when the Bard would have been around five years
SINGAPORE (Dow Jones)-The ICANN Board (LA-based Internet Corporation for Names and Numbers) has voted to approve the new gTLD program to a standing ovation of all in attendance where new rules for generic top-level domains are agreed