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The high-tech world of basketball socks

As Nike introduces iD to the basketball sock world for the first time, I go in-depth on what makes a basketball sock high-tech. Find my Sports Illustrated feature here.

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Herb garden

On a regular wander around the garden centre a week or so back, I spotted they were selling off the wooden crates that the spring bulbs had been delivered in. 431 more words


Microsoft to be Honored for Commitment to Accessibility for People with Autism

Tuesday, June 16 marks a special day for Microsoft. On that date, Rob Sinclair, Microsoft’s Chief Accessibility Officer, will accept a Corporate Leadership Award for their longstanding commitment to accessibility for people with autism and other developmental disabilities. 256 more words

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Marriage and The Happily Ever After

This is my second column for theswaddle.com – http://theswaddle.com/marriage-happiness-happily-ever-after/

I’m always fascinated about how people approach marriage as a cure for unhappiness. My perspective about self-love, marriage and happiness. 8 more words

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Childhood Flashbacks


Radha Prathi, April 26, 2015,


Perceptions vary. They depend on a number of factors. Time, place and situations help us to see, understand and retain memories of people, places, animals, things and experiences. 698 more words

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Peeling away people’s labels

Published in The National News Paper ;The women’s majlis: Peeling away people’s labels

In a world where we’re measured by our doing rather than our being, it is no surprise that we’re conditioned to have a title. 476 more words

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I reject A Series of Unfortunate Events in Writer's Digest Magazine

I don’t know if anyone here as ever read the popular book series by Lemony Snicket but the series is about orphans who are running away from an evil man with a uni brow and they all have special talents. 183 more words

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