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The Daily Find: Why Diets Don’t Work – Your Food is Empty

In The Daily Find on February 8, 2008 at 8:00 am

The Article: Why Diets Don’t Work – Your Food is Empty

The Author: Bon Steel

Why It’s Worth a Read: You’re tired of jumping onto the latest diet bandwagon; this article offers some solid insights nand advice on why we need to get real about real food.

The Daily Find: Book Review – Web Marketing for Dummies

In The Daily Find on February 7, 2008 at 2:00 pm

The Article: Book Review – Web Marketing for Dummies
The Author: Jay Hamilton
Why It’s Worth a Read:  Find out if this ‘For Dummies’ book is worthy of adding to your collection; this review offers a  breakdown on what to expect.

The Daily Find: Mocha Oatmeal Cookies

In The Daily Find on February 6, 2008 at 2:00 pm

The Article:  Mocha Oatmeal Cookies

The Author:  Carine Nadel

Why It’s Worth a Read:  You need a tasty new recipe to impress coworkers at the office with.  Take a chance with these coffee-infused oatmeal treats that are sure to get a few nods of approval.  Yum.

The Daily Find: The Academy Awards – The 80th Anniversary Edition

In The Daily Find on February 5, 2008 at 2:00 pm

The Article:  The Academy Awards – The 80th Anniversary Edition

The Author: Luke M.

Why It’s Worth a Read: Now that your Super Bowl obsession is starting to disappear, it’s time to catch up on some movie history.  This well-researched article is a detailed list of the movie Greats since the 1920s.

The Daily Find: 10 Things Everyone Should Do in 2008

In The Daily Find on January 31, 2008 at 1:00 pm

 The Article: 10 Things Everyone Should Do in 2008

The Author: Yvonne Glasgow

Why It’s Worth a Read:  With only 11 months left of 2008, you need might need a refresher on this year’s resolutions.  Make sure at least one of the ten in this article are making their way on your to-do list.

The Daily Find: Facts on Where We Were 100 Years Ago

In The Daily Find on January 28, 2008 at 1:00 pm

The Article:  Facts on Where We Were 100 Years Ago

The Author: Irene L.

Why It’s Worth a Read:    What was life really like without the Internet, iPods, Starbucks, and PDAs?  Here’s some insight on why women only washed their hair once a month, and the real population of Vegas before it became casino central.

The Daily Find: Interesting Ways to Motivate Your Employees

In The Daily Find on January 27, 2008 at 1:00 pm

clown.jpgThe Article: Interesting Ways to Motivate Your Employees

The Author: Bruno Somerset

Why It’s Worth a Read: You’re tired of playing the cheerleader boss and need a way to get the team moving along. Pronto. Learn why ‘Come as a Clown Day’ is just one way to boost employee productivity.

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The Daily Find: Food Shopping – The Grocery Store Floor Plan of Selling Products

In The Daily Find on January 26, 2008 at 1:00 pm

supermarket_beer_and_wine_aisle.jpg The Article: Food Shopping – The Grocery Store Floor Plan of Selling Products

The Author: Antonette Raddatz

Why It’s Worth a Read: It’s time to brush up on Grocery Shopping 101 and finally learn why you always end up with much more in your cart than anticipated. This article gives you a play-by-play of every area of the grocery store; you may never shop in the same way again.

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The Daily Find: What Did King Tut Really Look Like?

In The Daily Find on January 20, 2008 at 1:00 pm

800px-pharoah_mask_02.jpgThe Article: What Did King Tut Really Look Like?

The Author: David Claerr

Why It’s Worth a Read: You never really paid attention in history class, and always wondered why those Egyptian sculptures always looked so perfect. This article includes a remarkable 3D digital image.

Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons/Nevit Dilman

The Daily Find: Mardi Gras Recipes – Cajun Style Meals, Snacks, and More

In The Daily Find on January 9, 2008 at 1:00 pm

jambolaya_5_bg_102900.jpgThe Article: Mardi Gras Recipes – Cajun Style Meals, Snacks, and More

The Author: Nneka Onu

Why It’s Worth a Read: With Mardi Gras festivities right around the corner, coming up with yet another holiday menu isn’t on the top of your agenda. Spend time planning your parade and bead-collecting strategy instead by leaving the hard work of recipe-making to this CP; this article offers some tasty meal ideas with a Cajun flair. Jambalaya, anyone?

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