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    book marks

    Muse, Published on 23/01/2010

    » H2O for good health

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    Going up and down the scale

    Muse, Samila Suttisiltum, Published on 13/02/2010

    » There are many ladies who at some stage have been determined to undertake strength training as part of their workout routine in an attempt to lose weight and shape up. Many, however, found themselves putting on a few pounds after one or two weeks of training and, unable to tolerate the rising digits, they quit.

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    A thousand words ... and pounds

    Muse, Samila Suttisiltum, Published on 20/02/2010

    » 'The Guardian's recently published an article on Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) pursuing more than half of the football clubs in the Premier League "over tax due on image rights payments totalling 60m"

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    Muse, Published on 06/03/2010

    » Top 10 ways to reduce computer energy use


    When the media Sees Red

    Muse, Published on 20/03/2010

    » With the red-shirted UDDs on the move, the local newspapers have been covering, and covered in, stories of security measures and the movements of the mob. As the situation looks unlikely to be quickly resolved, some people have been put off by the political and, of course, media channels through which we receive news of our troubled society on a daily basis. 'Muse' asked you last week, during this time when we're not sure of what we read in the newspaper or see on television, what kind of news you want to receive from the media: print, radio or television? Here are your answers!

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    More than just a list

    Muse, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 10/04/2010

    » Almost every movie lover knows the Oscar-winning film Schindler's List, which simplifies the true story of Oskar Schindler, the German industrialist and member of the Nazi party who saved the lives of more than 1,000 Jews by hiring them in his factories during World War II. Lists changed throughout the wartime. Yet, the official one is dated April 18, 1945, three weeks before the German army surrendered. Three copies are being kept in museums in Jerusalem, Washington D.C., and in Orange Country, New York. The only copy in private hands is now for sale for $2.2 million (71.4 million baht).

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    Total access of all media

    Muse, Published on 17/04/2010

    » Since the protests and rallies by the red-shirts have continued on the streets of Bangkok, one move from the Thai government has been to shut down certain media channels on the grounds of information distortion. 'Muse' asked last week what you thought about this move and if you agreed with the government's strategy in believing that controlling some of the media could bring the Kingdom back to normalcy? And if you thought that people should have access to all information and the right to decide on what to believe by themselves, and why? Here are your answers!

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    Cloud Control

    Muse, Published on 08/05/2010

    » As the volcanic cloud drifts away from European skies, it's still good to know how the sleepy Eyjafjallajokull exploded two weeks ago, throwing a vast plume of volcanic ash around 11km into the atmosphere in "The Cloud that Closed a Continent", according to Time magazine. The article offers a scientific explanation about how the glacier on top of Eyjafjallajokull was able to wreak such havoc in Europe, causing not only the cancellation of more than 100,000 flights and the stranding of hundreds of thousands of travellers in airports around the world but also the loss of millions of dollars a day for airlines.


    Back to School

    Muse, Published on 22/05/2010

    » It's school time! If the situation in Bangkok returns to normal, we will start to see children in uniform around the city in the next few days. To celebrate the importance of educational institutions, `Muse' asked last week what you dislike most about your schooling experience _ in the past if you're now a working person or in the present if you're still a student _ and why? What kind of changes would you like to see at schools? Here are your answers!

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    The virtual world of fashion

    Muse, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 29/05/2010

    » Having been best friends since they studied communication art together at Chulalongkorn University, actress Chayanan Manomaisantiphap, Panvad Nirunkul, a daughter of media mogul Panya Nirunkul, Rattikan Takomuang and Chatree Chokmongkolsatian fulfilled their collective dream when they started a clothing brand for young fashionistas, "de Veen", at fashion hub Siam Square two years ago after graduating.

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