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Bounce House (Inflatable) Safety for Users


A brief look at the dangers and risks associated with inflatable bounce houses. UCF Rosen College of Hospitality Management, Student Class Project for HFT 36…

Webkinz users I need ur help!?

Okay, so I like, just finished the spree game and bought prizes with my mall credits. And I looked like 5 times in my dock and I can’t find them! I bought a Designer dress, an inflatable chair, an inflatable sofa, a giant zingos plushie, ans this spree sign thing! I can’t find them anywhere! Do I have to log in again or something?

Climate change gets support of Web users


In this edition: Web users get together for a conference on climate change in Geneva; Michael Jackson fans pay their final online tributes, including moonwalks and songs; help for addicts addicted to social networking sites such as Facebook.

How To Be Soul Strong: A Users Guide To Life On Planet Earth

An Ebook Which Empowers People Who Are Willing To Do Effortless Self-help Work That Will Change Their Lives. No Longer A Secret, This Information When Applied Is Effortless And Will Increase Health, Wealth And Harmony.
How To Be Soul Strong: A Users Guide To Life On Planet Earth

Frogster Selects Level 3 to Support Delivery of Online Game Content to Millions of Users Worldwide

Frogster Selects Level 3 to Support Delivery of Online Game Content to Millions of Users Worldwide
Level 3 Communications, Inc. today announced that it has been selected to provide content delivery network services to support the worldwide online delivery of game content for the Frogster Group, a top international online games publisher.

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Comcast Extreme 105 serves up 105Mbps internet speeds for home users with deep pockets

Comcast Extreme 105 serves up 105Mbps internet speeds for home users with deep pockets
We first caught wind of Comcast’s 105Mbps broadband plans back in May of last year, but the time since then has been filled with silence until this very moment, when the service has gone official. Neither the name nor basic concept have changed, however, with the Extreme 105 offering 105Mbps download speeds tied to 10Mbps uploads. Pricing has been tweaked a little, starting at $105 a month for …

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CNN.com users weigh in on smartphones

CNN.com users weigh in on smartphones
Our weeklong series on the emergence of smartphones, Our Mobile Lives, prompted plenty of discussion from our readers.

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News: Citytv releases video streaming app for Canadian iPad users

News: Citytv releases video streaming app for Canadian iPad users
Canadian television network Citytv has launched an official application for watching streaming network content on the iPad. Citytv Video works over both Wi-Fi and 3G connections and provides free, ad-supported access on-demand to popular prime-time content such as Modern Family, Biggest Loser, Cougar Town, 30 Rock, How I Met Your Mother and more. Users can view both full-length programs or short …

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Flipboard launches iPad app to rush of users


The new app presents social media streams in a form resembling a magazine.

7?Packraft–Contemporary Prominent Users

Recent prominent users of packrafts include: Roman Dial (Alaska), Erin McKittrick and Bretwood Higman (Alaska), Brad Michaeljohn (Alaska), Forrest McCarthy (Wyoming and Yellowstone region), Tom Turiano (Wyoming, other areas), John Waterman, Ryan Jordan (hiker) (Rocky Mountains, Pacific Northwest), and Sam Perry & Nathan Shoutis (Western United States).

More recently, packrafting has become popular in Norway, the locale for an international Alpacka dealership. Packrafts have also been paddled elsewhere in Europe, in Mexico, Southeast Asia, New Zealand, Australia (including its Franklin River), as well as Patagonia and tropical South America.

In the U.S. outside of Alaska, back country packrafting is focused primarily in the more remote areas of the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem (Montana), Yellowstone Ecosystem (Montana and Wyoming), Olympic National Park (Washington), and Mount Rainier National Park (Washington), as well as for canyoneering in Utah and Arizona.

During the 1980s and 1990s Dial pioneered several full-length wilderness traverses of the Alaska Range, Brooks Range, Talkeetna Mountains, Wrangell Mountains, and other Alaskan ranges requiring use of packrafts. He is also noted for combining packrafts with mountain bike riding, glacier skiing, and mountain climbing.

Bretwood Higman and Erin McKittrick are well known in the packrafting community for their innovative expions that employ the use of packrafts for flatwater river, lake, and fjord travel, notably across the Kenai and Alaska Peninsulas.

McCarthy and Turiano have descended many of the backcountry rivers in the southern Yellowstone Ecosystem (including the upper Yellowstone River near its source), and Jordan has descended many of backcountry rivers in the northern Yellowstone Ecosystem including the Bob Marshall Wilderness and the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness, Olympic National Park, Mount Rainier National Park, and the Frank Church Wilderness.

Sam Perry & Nathan Shoutis have documented descents of high-class whitewater in the US west coast areas, including Class V and possibly higher whitewater.

More recently, packrafting has become popular in Norway, the locale for an international Alpacka dealership. Packrafts have also been paddled elsewhere in Europe, in Mexico, Southeast Asia, New Zealand, Australia (including its Franklin River), as well as Patagonia and tropical South America.

In the U.S. outside of Alaska, back country packrafting is focused primarily in the more remote areas of the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem (Montana), Yellowstone Ecosystem (Montana and Wyoming), Olympic National Park (Washington), and Mount Rainier National Park (Washington), as well as for canyoneering in Utah and Arizona.

During the 1980s and 1990s Dial pioneered several full-length wilderness traverses of the Alaska Range, Brooks Range, Talkeetna Mountains, Wrangell Mountains, and other Alaskan ranges requiring use of packrafts. He is also noted for combining packrafts with mountain bike riding, glacier skiing, and mountain climbing.

Bretwood Higman and Erin McKittrick are well known in the packrafting community for their innovative expions that employ the use of packrafts for flatwater river, lake, and fjord travel, notably across the Kenai and Alaska Peninsulas.

McCarthy and Turiano have descended many of the backcountry rivers in the southern Yellowstone Ecosystem (including the upper Yellowstone River near its source), and Jordan has descended many of backcountry rivers in the northern Yellowstone Ecosystem including the Bob Marshall Wilderness and the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness, Olympic National Park, Mount Rainier National Park, and the Frank Church Wilderness.

Sam Perry & Nathan Shoutis have documented descents of high-class whitewater in the US west coast areas, including Class V and possibly higher whitewater.