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07 March, 2013
07 March, 2013

Everyone is talking about Cloud Computing, but what does it mean? Business applications are moving to the cloud. It’s not just a fad – the shift from traditional software models to the Internet has steadily gained momentum over the last 10 years.

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28 February, 2013
28 February, 2013
The smart people outside the room is a group increasingly discussed around the world by the smart people in the room. The smarter the people in the room the more they discuss the smart people outside the room. It comes from concept that is now almost a new proverb. Imagine a group of smart people sitting in a room deciding or designing something, making a plan or product. "there are more smart people outside this room than inside it" In a very real and profound sense that is always true no matter how many people are in the room and how smart they are. The question is do we want to do anything about that fact?
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28 February, 2013
28 February, 2013
When you buy a new mobile or super-duper Smartphone, is the first thing you look at what the specific absorption rate (SAR) is of the device you’re interesting in spending cash on? Me neither, but according to some health organizations, we should be paying attention to mobile phone radiation.
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21 February, 2013
21 February, 2013
There were several types of prisoners. Those who committed crimes, were convicted in a trial, and went to jail.
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21 February, 2013
21 February, 2013
For a long time, Facebook was the most dramatic, exciting company in Silicon Valley, if not in the world.
Facebook was a global phenomenon with users. It grew from a few thousand users at Harvard to a few million at college campuses around the country to more than a billion people in about five years.
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14 February, 2013
14 February, 2013
You can learn a great deal about a culture by watching children play. There are places I have been where none of the games have any winners and losers, they are all just games for fun, other places emphacize the victors and the vanquished. Particularly among boys, winning and loosing gracefully is not the norm. The winner tends to act as if the win is an illustration and that justice has prevailed, that god or the order of the universe had been made manifest and that everybody else would be wise to bow down before the victor.
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14 February, 2013
14 February, 2013
IF you ask the ‘Nationals’, the state idea of Georgia is entering NATO and EU. If you tell an American or a Frenchman that the NATO or the EU membership of their country is their national idea, their eyes will pop out of their head because any international alliance or organization is only an instrument to regulate economic, military or political challenges facing the country but not the ultimate aim of existence of the nation.
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14 February, 2013
14 February, 2013

The main purpose of this article is to familiarize the reader with some widely used terms concerning mobile phone technology and hacking techniques, as well as security measures that one could take to protect the privacy of ones personal data stored in a mobile phone. It doesn’t matter whether it is Magticom, Geocell or Beeline Georgia mobile.

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07 February, 2013
07 February, 2013
The current labor code was designed for employers and gives very few - almost no - rights to workers. The idea was that any rights to workers would be to the disadvantage of employers, and would discourage them from hiring.
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07 February, 2013
07 February, 2013
Inspired by a line on a randomly seen cover of the novel The Gifts of Imperfection: ”Let go of who you think you are supposed to be and embrace who you are.”
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07 February, 2013
07 February, 2013
Some restaurants have started banning customers from taking photos of their food, “the New York Times” reports, quoting several chefs in New York City. Georgians like to take pictures at the table; this is a part of national tradition, especially while they are hosting guests, close friends and relatives. One can find plenty of pics on Facebook, Instagram, Livejournal, Twitter and other social networks.
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31 January, 2013
31 January, 2013
In many parts of Georgia fewer than half of the children go to any type of preschool before school starts. Even in Tbilisi, it is lower than international averages. Over the last several years there have been several studies that have shown the advantages of just a few hours a day of preschool. Some studies have gone on over decades, and have looked at children who went to pre-school from the age of three until school starts usually at age six and compared them with children from similar backgrounds who didn't.
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31 January, 2013
31 January, 2013
The good news about the Internet and its most visible component, the World Wide Web, is that there are hundreds of millions of pages available, waiting to present information on an amazing variety of topics. The bad news about the Internet is that there are hundreds of millions of pages available, most of them titled according to the whim of their author, almost all of them sitting on servers with cryptic names. When you need to know about a particular subject, how do you know which pages to read? If you’re like most people, you visit an Internet search engine.
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24 January, 2013
24 January, 2013
Dog Poop There are some stray dogs in Tbilisi but not so many now, mainly people who own dogs as pets. Those people walk their dogs, those dogs poop on the sidewalk, and usually the owners just leave it there. There are several aspects of this phenomenon. We'll discuss them one by one.
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24 January, 2013
24 January, 2013
I see more and more chaps in the restaurants and cafes in the city of Tbilisi with iPads and tablet computers. It means a new tablet computer ”battle” of Apple Corp.’s IOS operating system with Google Corp.s Android and Microsoft’s Windows Mobile software is on.
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17 January, 2013
17 January, 2013
The Minister of Defense has announced that gradually military conscription will be phased out over the next four years. This is a good move, the current system doesn't make any sense. "The Draft" as it is called in America or conscription as it is called everywhere else, has been around for millennia.
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17 January, 2013
17 January, 2013
As it was mentioned above with SMS voting function of any Mobile Operator like Geocell, Magticom or Beeline Georgia SMS Gateway you can create various SMS voting events, for example, SMS quizzes, SMS polls, SMS surveys, etc. SMS voting is the best way to get people’s opinion. It can be applied in entertainment and business sectors as well. So it can be used for two reasons: for entertainment and for marketing reasons.This application is not currently used by mobile carriers in Georgia.
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27 December, 2012
27 December, 2012
Writing this column, I am often accused in the various forums of looking down on Georgia, of being judgemental and having a sense of superiority. Here's an example from a forum about the Georgian version:
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27 December, 2012
27 December, 2012
Perhaps one of the most important aspects that shape a country’s essence is tourism. Hospitality is an art that every nation’s people should master. It is how a country welcomes a foreigner that really reflects its image back to the world. Being a native Georgian, I never had a chance to experience what it is like to be a tourist in Tbilisi. I did however live in Egypt for sixteen years before moving to the United States. This is a recollection of my last day in Egypt, before I headed off to a different world. I was a tourist in Cairo, and am a tourist now as well. I’ve been a tourist for my entire life.
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27 December, 2012
27 December, 2012
Christmas does not only leave its mark on our homes and streets, but also on our personal belongings. Naturally, it is also possible to add zest to your computer with Christmas-themed screensavers, games, and music.
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Georgian film director Mariam Khachvani's film Dede was selected at the 30th meeting of the Cannes International Film Festival.
Cheese Festival is taking place at Tbilisi’s Roses Square until 5 pm today.
Georgian scientists are excited about the discovery that the oldest evidence of wine-making was found in Georgia, south of Tbilisi.
"We do not recognize the borders mentioned by Mr. Bibilov, - the United States Ambassador to Georgia Ian Kelly said
Nine days prior to the start of Eastern Partnership Summit, the European Parliament called for deepening the European integration of Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova
The integration of the Ministry of Agriculture and the Ministry of Environment of Georgia was criticized by the Caucasus Office of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
When walking around Tbilisi, capital of Georgia, apart from picturesque views, one might witness an unusual scene.
Is NASA`s new bill intended to divide Kenya into two nations? Will the People's Republic of Kenya appear?
It seems strange that the Ministry of Environment is being weakened shortly after the elections of local self-governments
A wolf has been found on Makashvili Street in Tbilisi.
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