Saturday, January 20, 2007


Please take a moment to sign the guestbook to let me know that you were here. Thanks and keep in touch! :)


BT said...

Good job!

[Saturday, March 04, 2006]

Anup said...

Pretty kool website.
your blog is very informative
keep up the good work

[Thursday, March 09, 2006]

Giang Ho said...

The is cool!!!

[Friday, March 10, 2006]

Ed Biro said...

Today will be close to 85 degress F, and that's just a little too hot for me this time of the year. I still am in a winter mode, but I guess I cannot control the weather, though i am trying to.

[Monday, March 13, 2006]

Dennis Mercado said...

Wassup! You need to teach me java sometime.

[Ellicott City, MD - Friday, March 10, 2006]

Lei Zuo said...

Great Job. Keep up the good work.

[Saturday, March 18, 2006]

Gregory Hollins said...

Nice to be on here!

[Wednesday, March 15, 2006]

Khuc Khanhoa said...

Maybe we are related. My father's family from BacNinh, Hanoi. They came to the south VN after 1945. Will try to find out. Good luck

[Friday, October 13, 2006]

Miss PhD said...

Good job - but honestly anh nho, check out my website at :D and I'll tell you what the difference between "good" and "great" is...hehhe

[Saturday, March 18, 2006]

TyncFreency said...

Two new studies show why some people are more attractive for members of the opposite sex than others.

The University of Florida, Florida State University found that physically attractive people almost instantly attract the attention of the interlocutor, sobesednitsy with them, literally, it is difficult to make eye. This conclusion was reached by a series of psychological experiments, which were determined by the people who believe in sending the first seconds after the acquaintance. Here, a curious feature: single, unmarried experimental preferred to look at the guys, beauty opposite sex, and family, people most often by representatives of their sex.

The authors believe that this feature developed a behavior as a result of the evolution: a man trying to find a decent pair to acquire offspring. If this is resolved, he wondered potential rivals. Detailed information about this magazine will be published Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

In turn, a joint study of the Rockefeller University, Rockefeller University and Duke University, Duke University in North Carolina revealed that women are perceived differently by men smell. During experiments studied the perception of women one of the ingredients of male pheromone-androstenona smell, which is contained in urine or sweat.

The results were startling: women are part of this repugnant odor, and the other part is very attractive, resembling the smell of vanilla, and the third group have not felt any smell. The authors argue that the reason is that the differences in the receptor responsible for the olfactory system, from different people are different.

It has long been proven that mammals (including human) odor is one way of attracting the attention of representatives of the opposite sex. A detailed article about the journal Nature will publish.