Village explores the Internet to find the most interesting and useful websites to guide you in the quest for sustainable living.
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The proliferation of digital cameras has resulted in a horde of amatuer snappers bungling their shots. Village chooses the best websites for photography tutorials, hints and tips.
A star which has been observed for over 400 years shocked the scientific world when a tail was discovered trailing behind the star, writes Leo Enright
Is our lack of a summer getting you down? Well this month we took a look at some gadgets that might just brighten up your day.
1. Posts are not private. Even if you restrict access to your profile, it's always possible for information to be shared with others.
2. Posts are not anonymous. Clues in your profile can help to identify you. You can even be found through your computer's IP address.
3. Posts are not temporary. You can delete or remove information from a profile, but it still exists on other computers and in the files of companies that archive websites.
4. Posts are subject to the rules of online communities.
We have all gotten used to researching, communicating and shopping online. But what about fundraising online?
For all those gamers attempting to slim down, Nintendo unveiled a new fitness game for its wildly popular Wii console at a press conference during the E3 video game summit in July.
Oxford University has come under increasing criticism of late. It has emerged that the university is scanning the social networking site, Facebook, in order to enforce disciplinary rules of the university.