5 Famous Animals At London Zoo

1. Jumbo the Elephant The original Jumbo was an African bull elephant who arrived at the Zoo in 1865. He rapidly became enormously popular and, for nearly twenty years, gave thousands of rides to delighted children. He was seen as a national institution and there was outrage when the Zoo proposed to sell Jumbo to…

How To Search Google For Country Specific Results

Running an international online business with the capability to service people from any country means that you want your site to perform well not only in local country specific results but also global results. You may not realise this but doing a standard Google search and leaving the “full web” option selected doesn’t necessarily give…

Bamboo Flooring – Is It Better Than Cork Flooring?

Bamboo flooring is unlike any other material when it comes to covering a floor. Many homeowners are just now discovering why bamboo is becoming such a popular choice in new home construction as well as older homes. But is bamboo flooring a better choice than cork flooring? That all depends upon what characteristics the homeowner…

Printer Ink Cartridges – The History

You are working at your computer and trying to print out important documents and all at once you find you are out of ink. Years ago that would have presented a big problem. Printers used ribbons or daisy wheels to print on paper. Let’s take a look at the evolution of printer ink cartridges. In…

Ideas For Moroccan Decor And Your Home

There are a number of ideas for Moroccan home decor, and these include the use of colors, accessories, soft furnishings, and wall decorations. The colors found in Morocco are perfect for home decorating, because they are rich and exciting, and this is exactly what they will bring into your home. The homes traditionally found in…

Polarized Sunglasses – Who Invented Them?

Polarized sunglasses, like many great inventions, are used by many of us without a second thought. But did you ever stop to think about where polarized sunglasses come from? Somebody had to come up with them. Actually, we owe the creation of polarized sunglasses to four men. In the 1750s, James Ayscough experimented with using…