Wednesday, July 28, 2004
How to buy the best monitor - Product Reviews - CNETAsia: "Square-box CRT vs. flat-panel LCD "
Why Are There Rich and Poor Countries?: Symmetry-Breaking in the World Economy: "Why Are There Rich and Poor Countries?"
Posted by Jay at 9:57 AM
Inequality of Wealth and Income Distribution - Social and Economic Policy - Global Policy Forum: "Inequality of Wealth and Income Distribution"
Posted by Jay at 9:51 AM
Gap Between Rich and Poor: World Income Inequality: "Gap Between Rich and Poor: World Income Inequality"
Posted by Jay at 9:46 AM
Friday, July 23, 2004
BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | 'Fidelity gene' found in voles: "'Fidelity gene' found in voles- A single gene can turn the Don Juan of voles into an attentive home-loving husband, Nature magazine has reported."
Posted by Jay at 4:10 PM
USATODAY.com - 'Bourne Supremacy' has a license to thrill: "'film: Bourne Supremacy' has a license to thrill "
Posted by Jay at 9:34 AM
Thursday, July 22, 2004
The New York Times > Washington > Financing: War Costs Exceed Budget, Watchdog Panel Says: "War Costs Exceed Budget, Watchdog Panel Says"
finsights.com - Indian Budget: Revenue Rs. 309,322 crores; Expenditure Rs. 477,829 crores: "Indian Budget: Revenue Rs. 309,322 crores; Expenditure Rs. 477,829 crores"
Tuesday, July 13, 2004
Wednesday, July 07, 2004
Monday, July 05, 2004
Welcome to Visitor Malaysia: "Sarawak's history dates about 40,000 years ago. Remains of a pre-historic civilisation including stone-age tools, artifacts and skull fragments of a 'Niah Man', aged between 35,000 and 40,000 years old, have been discovered at the Niah Caves, located at the northernmost corner of the state. Around 7th or 8th century AD, when traders form China, Japan, India and Arabia plied the maritime route, the early Sarawakians traded using beads, pepper, and swiftlets' nests-found in the roofs of the Niah Caves-as trading currency."
Posted by Jay at 6:28 PM