All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘AFP’
Giant anteaters in Brazil killed two hunters in separate incidents, according to a research paper released online that will be published in Wilderness and Environmental Medicine this December. Giant anteaters, which have been described as long-nosed, hairy mammals, are not known for aggressive behavior toward people, and are considered a vulnerable species by the International Union for the Conversation of …
I’ve seen a lot of nationalities get insulted online, and no one seems to detect and respond to those insults as quickly as the French. Now I know why: according to a new Forrester Research study, young French Internet users are more likely than just about anyone else in Europe to visit a blog.
A new study has found that the words “blog” and “wiki” tend to make people upset, as do “cookie” and “netiquette.” To be honest, I’m not sure what we – the owners of blogs, the users of wikis – are supposed to do with this information. But there you have it.
I think pretty much everyone is aware of Britain’s BBC, but France Televisions, a public national television broadcaster, may not be as well-known in America. Now France Televisions is in talks to join the European version of YouTube, though, so perhaps its profile will rise.
Larger retail chains have begun auditing their vendors to ensure they have in place HACCP and the corresponding “prerequisite” programs, including an effective recall program, or one up/one down product traceability, hence eliminating most small- to mid-size food processors from the marketplace.