Egyptologist Howard Carter's Birthday gets Remembered by Google
And the legend of Carter lives on
Google Doodle celebrates Howard Carter's 138th birthday
Archaeologist Howard Carter's 138th birthday is celebrated in Wednesday's Google doodle. This Egyptologist who discovered Tutankhamen, no less, died of the infamous "Curse of the Pharaohs".
Thank a teacher today
Teacher Appreciation Week begins on the 7th until the 11th of May 2012, and it's the perfect opportunity to say a simple thank you to someone that plays a big part in your child's life
Source: A Crafty Arab
Police brutality as an art form in Bahrain
Diabolical of course, but as it has become the norm now, especially AFTER the BICI report’s come out, the government might well think that they could field the worst offenders (and there doesn’t seem to be any good ones there who could exercise their conscience once in a while) to the Olympics of depravity.
Source: Mahmood's Den
Its not just Brazil: Apple's new iPad launching in 30 territories this weekend
The new iPad is coming to 30 additional territories on May 11th and May 12th, Apple announced on its site today
Source: The Next Web
GOOGLE'S HOWARDS CARTER DOODLE
Google has a nice doodle today celebrating the 138th birthday of Howard Carter, who discovered the tomb of King Tut and other goodies.
Source: The Arabist
10 things to know about Howard Carter
Ten facts you may not have know about Howard Carter the British Egyptologist
Source: The News Tribe
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