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Masters Degree Vs Doctoral (Ph.d)

Posted by The New N Used Link Team on Monday, March 31, 2014, In : Education 

 

When students attend college they mainly stop at the bachelors degree level because some might not see the importance of a masters or doctoral degree or they might feel its too expensive and hard to attain. Well the choice is up to you and it should not be too difficult to decide, once you understand the differences among the two major degree types and how it will aid your future. When considering the merits of a masters versus a doctoral degree, bear in mind that both will give you...


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Meat Vs Vegetarian Diet

Posted by The New N Used Link Team on Saturday, March 29, 2014, In : Health 

 

People everywhere tend to be trying the vegetarian diet because of the importance of veggies over meat. If you listen to the radio or even turn on the TV, most commercials are focusing on weight loss through proper dieting and exercise but is there any weight to either of these eating ways? Is one better than the other? . 

 

All-meat pros 

Meat is the best source of protein, which the body needs to function optimally. Red meat is also a good source of iron, vitamin B, riboflavin, thiami...


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Bugatti

Posted by The New N Used Link Team on Friday, March 28, 2014, In : Automotive 

Bugatti is a French car manufacturer and was founded in 1909. The company was known for its engineering in automobiles and for the artistic designs with the Type 57SC Atlantic being a fine example. The manufacturer has also has a lot of success on the race track and won the Monaco GP in 1930 for the first time. The manufacturer went into financial trouble after the death of its owner and after the WWII and only after it was bought by Volkswagen did it come back into prominence.

 

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The Blue Mountains(Jamaica)

Posted by The New N Used Link Team on Thursday, March 27, 2014, In : Jamaica 

 

The Blue Mountains are the longest mountain range in Jamaica. They include the island's highest point, Blue Mountain Peak, at 2256 m (7402 ft) From the summit, accessible via a walking track, both the north and south coasts of the island can be seen.

As one of the longest continuous valley ranges in the Caribbean, the Blue Mountains dominate the eastern third of Jamaica, while bordering the eastern parishes of Portland, St. Thomas, St. Mary and St. Andrew to the south. Part of the Bl...


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Tablets Vs Laptops

Posted by The New N Used Link Team on Wednesday, March 26, 2014, In : Technology 

 

With so many gadget choices on the market these days, it can be very difficult for consumers to decide where to sink their money. Laptops and tablets are wildly popular within different groups and demographics, mostly because they deliver specialized experiences to their users but almost every place in Jamaica that i visit i realize that people especially ages 25-40 use a tablet for their day to day activities. Is it that tablets are better or people just go for the newer gadgets? We...


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How to make Glass Using a Furnace or Kiln

Posted by The New N Used Link Team on Wednesday, March 26, 2014, In : How 

Making glass is a very ancient process, with archaeological evidence of glass making dating back to before 2500 BC. Once a rare and prized art, manufacturing glass has become a common industry. Glass products are used commercially and in the home as containers, insulators, reinforcing fiber, lenses and decorative art. While the materials used to make them may vary, the general process for how to make glass is the same and is described below

Obtain silica sand. Also called quartz sand, sil...
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Kern Spencer

Posted by The New N Used Link Team on Tuesday, March 25, 2014, In : Jamaica 

 

Kern Omar Spencer is a Jamaican politician, a member of the People's National Party, Mr. Spencer served as Member of Parliament (MP) for St. Elizabeth North Eastern from 2007 to 2011. Spencer attended the all-boys Munro College in the St. Elizabeth, Jamaica. He later attended the University of the West Indies (UWI) (1993-2000) where he earned a BSc in Management and an MSc in International Relations. In addition to his academic achievements, he was involved in student and government ...


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Securing a Job after Graduation

Posted by The New N Used Link Team on Monday, March 24, 2014, In : Education 

 

There's a disturbing trend in Jamaica and it's causing soon to be high school graduates to question whether college truly is the key to finding success in a difficult job market. According to economists, college is still the best way to land the higher-paying jobs, but no longer is the act of attending college the key to success. Making the wrong decisions before entering college can hurt your chances of putting your degree to work later on. Most students entering college had not pick...


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Alexander Bustamante - A not so honest politician.

Posted by Winston Donald on Saturday, March 22, 2014, In : Jamaica 

 

By Winston Donald


From now on I intend to provide articles of a nostalgic nature as we forgot our past too early. I intend to provide the usual fair and  “incontestable”  voice. As I reiterate , I have no political leanings and do not care who may my articles may refer to. I am 150% sure that what I write is the truth, the whole truth which can stand up to scrutiny , up to heavy scrutiny that no one, no one can dispute my facts.

My first article regards Sir Alexander Bustamante. I  ...


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The Bermuda Triangle

Posted by The New N Used Link Team on Tuesday, March 18, 2014, In : Our Universe and Beliefs 

 

The recent disappearance of the Malaysian airplane has sparked many theories and thus far none as proven to be accurate so the first thing that came to mind was the Bermuda triangle. So below i have published a brief overview.


The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil's Triangle, is a loosely defined region in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean, where a number of aircraft and ships are said to have disappeared under mysterious circumstances. According to the US Navy, the tri...


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Wrestlemania xxx

Posted by The New N Used Link Team on Tuesday, March 11, 2014,

 

Wrestlemania 30 will be the 30th annual WrestleMania professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event produced by WWE to be held, on April 6, 2014, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. The event will be the first WrestleMania to be held in the state of Louisiana. This will also be the first WWE pay-per-view to broadcast live on the WWE Network service.

WrestleMania XXX will feature professional wrestling matches involving different wrestlers from pre-existing scrip...


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The World Oldest Woman

Posted by The New N Used Link Team on Tuesday, March 4, 2014, In : People 

Misao Okawa, 115, will turn 116 on Wednesday and she is the world's oldest person

The secret to a long life? Sushi and sleep,

  • Misao Okawa, from Osaka in Japan, will turn 116 on Wednesday
  • She says the key to a long life is to eat well and to learn to relax
  • She says it is also important to get at least eight hours sleep a night
  • Has also remained active well into old age - she was caught performing leg squats at 102

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