Ellwood Howard

79 Flips | 10 Magazines | @EllwoodHoward | Keep up with Ellwood Howard on Flipboard, a place to see the stories, photos, and updates that matter to you. Flipboard creates a personalized magazine full of everything, from world news to life’s great moments. Download Flipboard for free and search for “Ellwood Howard”

HOW TO SUCCESSFULLY LOSE FAT!

10 Genealogy Things You Need to Know Today, Thursday, 15 May 2014

Today's Things<p><b>911 Memorial Museum App for iPhone has debuted</b> and 9to5mac.com has <b>all the details and screenshots of it</b>.• <b><br>FGS</b> announced its <b>upcoming</b> …

9 Genealogy Things You Need to Know Today, Friday, 16 May 2014

Today's Things<p>It's time to put your hands together and <b>Welcome the University of British Columbia Library Digitization Centre to the Flickr Commons</b>! …

11 #Genealogy Things You Need to Know Today, Friday, 23 May 2014

Today's Things<p>According to Terry White, this is an <b>AWESOME microphone for Mac, iPad, and iPhone.</b> So, I bet if you had a bunch of <b>relatives to interview</b> …

11 Genealogy Things You Need to Know Today, Tuesday, 20 May 2014

• <b>Gmail for Android got a new update</b> (slashgear.com) and now you can save your Gmail to Google Drive. [Handy.]<br>• Here are <b>111+ Keyboard Shortcuts</b> from the …

8 Genealogy Things You Need to Know Today, Saturday, 24 May 2014

Today's Things<p>Some pretty moving videos: <b>15 Amazing Videos to Help Us Remember Memorial Day</b>. (integritymcseo.com)<br>• From Kenneth on <i>The Ancestor Hunt</i>: <b>Why</b> …

11 Genealogy Things You Need to Know Today, Tuesday, 27 May 2014

Today's Things<p>Dealing with typed documents and books in another language? On The Next Web, Paul takes a look at <b>Android's inapp translator</b>.<br>• For those …

9 Genealogy Things You Need to Know Today, Friday, 30 May 2014

Today's Things<p>Get more productive so you have more time to find your ancestors with these <b>very handy toolbars for your Windows Taskbar</b>. …

9 Genealogy Things You Need to Know Today, Tuesday, 3 June 2014

Today's Things<p>On the Genealogy-on-TV front: <b>PBS' Find Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates Jr. begins 23 Sep 2014</b>; PBS' other popular genealogy show</b> …

9 Genealogy Things You Need to Know Today, Thursday, 5 June 2014

• <b>Ancestry.com Focuses on Core Offerings.</b> [I'm not surprised here at all. What does surprise me is the fact that it has taken them so long to do this. …

7 Genealogy Things You Need to Know Today, Sunday, 8 Jun 2014

Today's Things<p><b>Wondering how to photograph your heirlooms?</b> Wonder no more with <b>Gary Clark's Kindle book</b> <i>Archive Photography</i>. Fabulous book with tons of …

6 Genealogy Things You Need to Know Today, Thursday, 12 Jun 2014

Today's Things<p><b>Need an extra screen for your laptop?</b> Try using your iPad. <b>See how</b> on Lifehacker.• <b><br>Have roots in Texas?</b> UNT's Portal to Texas History …

11 Genealogy Things You Need to Know Today, Friday, 11 July 2014

Today's Things<p>Well, we are all students aren't we? <i>Educators Technology & Mobile Learning</i> has a list of <b>10 best websites for finding academic books and</b> …

Genealogy

Trouble filling gas tank

Halalphilly<p>May 19, 2011<p>This is crazy im having the same problem with my 99 buick regal cant put gas in pump keeos stop and these so called mechanics …

Scientists Baffled by Mysterious Force Tossing Stars Out of Our Galaxy

Something is hitting stars in our Milky Way galaxy with such force that they are reaching the million-plus mile-per-hour velocity needed to break …

Physics

Big Bang Discovery Opens Doors to the "Multiverse"

Gravitational waves detected in the aftermath of the Big Bang suggest one universe just might not be enough.<p>Bored with your old dimensions—up and down, right and left, and back and forth? So tiresome. Take heart, folks. The latest news from Big Bang cosmologists offers us some relief from our …

Who Was Carl Sagan?

The famed scientist, and celebrity, had a lot more going on than just hosting a television series.<p>It was almost like a dispatch from another planet: the invitation to the young astronomer to leave Brooklyn and visit the lakes and gorges of upstate New York.<p>"A letter shows up in my mailbox from Carl …

50 Years Ago This Terrifying Megaquake Jolted an Entire Ocean

Author: Nadia Drake. Nadia Drake Science<p>Date of Publication: 03.27.14.<p>Time of Publication: 5:04 pm. 5:04 pm<p>Fifty years ago today, the ground heaved, …

Seeing Cells As They’re Meant To Be Seen: In 3-D

Here's the big picture<p>Cells live in a three-dimensional world, but until recently, scientists using fluorescence microscopes could see them well in only two dimensions. With advances in confocal microscopes, which use pinhole apertures to focus light on several planes, scientists can now view …

What made the mountain move

Sources: Geologist Rex Baum of USGS, National Weather Service, Washington State Department of Natural Resources | By Bonnie Berkowitz;Todd Lindeman and Gene Thorp March 30, 2014

Pouring Saltwater Over Graphene Generates Electricity

A team of Chinese scientists did an impossible-sounding thing. They created electricity simply by dragging a droplet of saltwater across a layer of …

An Hour-Long Tour of the ISS

Today's space treat: a tour of the International Space Station by Dutch astronaut André Kuipers. Check out all the Velcro, stickers, and massive …

32,000 Year-Old Flower Has Rebloomed

Melting permafrost is not helping climate change, as it gives off gusts of globe-warming methane. But the world's scientists are finding a treasure …

Live Feed of Rovers Exploring the Ocean Floor - D-brief

By Carl Engelking | April 14, 2014 1:18 pm<p>The bottom of the ocean is a largely unknown habitat — but now you can explore it from the comfort of your …

How It Works: The Inner Earth

Know your planet!<p>Plate tectonics—the theory that explains the sinking, spreading, and slip-sliding of big chunks of Earth’s surface—is a bedrock of geology. But it can’t explain what happens to plates once they sink, or account for the forces that drive many of the planet’s volcanic hotspots. …

The Regeneration of Organs Can Soon Be Commonplace

“What Nanotronics does, we work with a lab that regenerates the esophagus. This is kind of interesting, because this was by chance, but I had …

Whoa! 26 atom-bomb-scale asteroid impacts since 2000

Most exploded over an ocean, and too high in the atmosphere to do damage, but evidence is mounting that asteroid impacts are more frequent than once …

Supernova found aligned with galactic magnifying glass

<i>(Image: Anupreeta More/Kavli IPMU)</i><p>A perfectly arranged exploding star and distant galaxy have together created a cosmic magnifying glass that …

Universe

New Quantum Theory Could Explain the Flow of Time

Coffee cools, buildings crumble, eggs break and stars fizzle out in a universe that seems destined to degrade into a state of uniform drabness known …

Can You Really Be Left Brained or Right Brained?

The brain, of course, is split into two hemispheres. But is there such a thing as being right-brained or left-brained?<p>Personality<p>Whether you’re a …