Facebook Founder Calls For Lifting Of Age Restrictions, A Smart Move Says SEO Company Queryclick.com

Released on: May 31, 2011, 8:12 am
Author: QueryCLick LTD
Industry: Internet & Online

Following news that Mark Zuckerberg thinks children 13 years and younger should be allowed access to social networks, SEO experts Queryclick.com suggest he’s taking a logical stance.

Star of the social networking field Facebook has been at the centre of controversy recently, thanks to the suggestion from the CEO that age restrictions should be removed.


UIC University Foundation Course

Released on: May 31, 2011, 7:54 am
Author: UIC London
Industry: Education

UIC offers to students from more than 50 countries around the world the chance to master the global language of our times, English. Located at the heart of the British capital, the school’s facilities help foreign students to familiarise themselves with London and explore the ins and outs of Europe’s most vibrant city.


Barcelona Airport Vehicle Rental Deals Help Brits Save on City Breaks via Carrentals.co.uk

Released on: May 31, 2011, 7:14 am
Author: Helen Young
Industry: Travel

Leading online car hire comparator helps UK travellers find value in Barcelona for long weekends and holidays

31 May 2011 – A spot of warm weather and some culture on a long weekend break is making lots of the UK’s tourists book trips to Catalonia’s Barcelona for a change from the typical British weather. To help people travel on a budget leading car hire price comparator Carrentals.co.uk is offering new car hire Barcelona Airport prices to help Brits make the most of their travel budgets.


Two-year Old Accidentally Leaks News Of A Plot To Lock Out Protesters When Playing With Phone, Firstnumber Advises Parental Caution

Released on: May 31, 2011, 6:47 am
Author: QueryCLick LTD
Industry: Telecommunications

Following news that a two-year-old girl accidentally leaked plans to lock out dock workers in Australia, cheap call provider Firstnumber advises parents to keep their mobiles to themselves.

Shipping company Patrick Stevedores has been caught planning to lock wharfs in Australia out of the docks, thanks to the curiosity of a two-year-old.


Travel Industry Must Communicate Better in New Volcanic Ash Emergency – Carrentals.co.uk

Released on: May 31, 2011, 6:06 am
Author: Helen Young
Industry: Travel

Tourists and travellers deserve better information and help reports online car hire comparator

31 May 2011 – A new threat to the travel industry this year in the form of another cloud of volcanic ash moving south has lead online car hire comparator Carrentals.co.uk to ask the travel sector to up its game. In 2010 many people were let down by poor information flow and communications from travel companies – something Carrentals.co.uk wants suppliers to address this time around.


Innovators in Health Care Meeting at HealthCamp Florida on July 30, 2011

Released on: May 31, 2011, 5:45 am
Author: Brenda Young
Industry: Healthcare

TAMPA, Florida, May 31, 2011– The inaugural meeting of HealthCamp Florida will be held in Tampa, Florida on July 30, 2011. It will be held on Saturday, July 30 at Kforce in Tampa (1001 E. Palm Ave., Tampa, FL 33605). This is the inaugural event for HealthCamp Florida and the theme is ‘The remarkable innovations that are transforming healthcare.’ The focus will be on technology, policy and process areas and it is expected that these three areas will help to cross-pollinate thoughts, speakers and attendees and inform the discussions.

HealthCamps have been held in a number of other cities, including Boston, Philadelphia, San Francisco and other locations. HealthCamp will be similar to a BarCamp type of unconference but the attendees and speakers will represent a wide variety of people, industries and advocates focused around health care topics. These events have become popular because they involve interesting, high-energy people talking about interesting things.


Britons Increasingly Considering Holiday Homes Should Consider Secondary Costs Say Parcel Delivery Experts Parcels Please

Released on: May 30, 2011, 10:14 am
Author: QueryCLick LTD
Industry: Real Estate

As the economic climate for holiday homes looks up, European delivery company Parcels Please warns holidaymakers to factor in additional costs.

Despite the many dreary reports surrounding the housing market, it seems that one sector is on the increase. According to estate agents Knight Frank, the second home market grew again last year, showing modest increase in figures compared to 2009.


Learn A Language For Your Gap Year

Released on: May 30, 2011, 10:08 am
Author: St Georges
Industry: Education

The summer is now here, and it’s official for some more than others. Many people have finished university and are set to spent the next few months relaxing and figuring out what they’re going to do with the rest of their life. A lot of peoples’answer is to go travelling.

Does this sound familiar to your? Well if you are looking to make an extended trip abroad in the next 12 months, it would be very worthwhile for you to learn the language of the place you’re going to. You don’t have to be fluent, just a simple conversational and general understanding can massively enhance your experience.


Tax Issues Not So Bad With The Right Help

Released on: May 30, 2011, 9:57 am
Author: Rooney Tax Services
Industry: Financial

No one likes the thought of facing a tax investigation. In fact, we would all prefer not to have to even pay taxes at all. But the reality is that there are some things we can’t ignore. If HM Revenue and Customs come after you, the only way to handle it is to face them head on. Facing a tax investigation is likely to be stressful and inconvenient for you, your business and even your family. A tax investigation usually means a detailed and intrusive investigation of your business and personal affairs. The good news is that if you ever have to face such a procedure there are professional tax advisers that can help you.


No Excuses This Summer With Tool-NET’s Bargain Prices!

Released on: May 30, 2011, 9:42 am
Author: Toolnet
Industry: Construction

There are many things to enjoy at this time of the year: trips to the beach, ice-creams in the sunshine, barbecues, music festivals, sporting competitions, and home improvements. The latter is something that many men and women undertake over the warmer months, but often they do so with cheap, poor-quality equipment. Investing in the best gear unquestionably gives you the finest results, the safest working environment and the quickest speeds. But often DIY enthusiasts are put off by the high price of some of the top-of-the-range products and therefore make do with their cheap old tools.