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The New Internet Times

Mesut Darandeli
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Back when the Internet bubble was deflating disastrously, no one has ever thought that the interaction between geniuses and dummies has created any important conflict. The way we see the internet’s luminous view was that, it would never be its like again.

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The Turks of Silicon Valley

By Written & Photos Ayşe Önal Zamboğlu
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San Fransisco- Oracle is one of the legendary firms of Silicon Valley. Despite the fact that it was formed thirty years ago, is has constantly renewed itself, managing to remain one of the very top firms for years on end. Boasting the sort of "company culture" that only established businesses have, Oracle is also known for placing importance on the welfare of its workers, for its beautiful campus, and for being successful in its field.

Turks of Silicon Valley

Ayşe Önal Zamboğlu
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There is a humor that there are many tourists want to see Silicon Valley! And they assume that the Valley has similar view with Great Canyon in Colorada! Actually Silicon Valley was named after the chip manufacturers and enterprenuers opened their bases on the area.

The Magic Behind That Voice on Your Phone

Ali Çınar

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Connecticut- Every day, as we all know, millions of telephone calls to companies around the world are answered by a familiar voice message: "Welcome to such-and-such company. For English, press '1,' for Spanish, press '2,' press the star key if you know the extension you are looking for, and press '0' for the operator."

Dr. Ayse Gurses, Receives An Award from the Federation of Associations of Behavioral & Brain Science

Image Dr. Ayse Gurses, a native of Turkey and a human factors engineer here at the Johns Hopkins Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality recently received an award from the Federation of Associations of Behavioral & Brain Sciences (FABBS). Dr. Gurses received the Early Career Investigator Award for her work to improve the safety of patients who undergo heart surgery.

Dr. Oz's Tips for Losing Those Last 10 Pounds

Image By Meghan Holohan - We?ve all been there. There?s extra weight around the belly and it seems like the additional 10 pounds of padding won?t budge despite diet and workout. Dr. Mehmet Oz, M.D. told TODAY that events such as stress, the slowing of metabolism of middle age, and hormone changes after having a baby are three reasons why many people see the numbers on the scale going up. And, he shared a few tips to help shed those pounds.

A Bone Marrow Drive for Lara Berkmen

Image    “This is my personal journey of surviving a life threatening illness. Millions of children around the world suffer from leukemia. I am not alone in this fight.” Lara Berkmen, is a 13 year old girl who lives in Fairfield, CT and was diagnosed with an aggressive form of AML (Acute Myelogenous Leukemia), in September, 2012. After 4 rounds of chemotherapy, doctors decided that she needs a bone marrow transplant in order to get rid of the leukemic cells in her body. She loves reading, writing, swimming, playing instruments, and is being recognized for her efforts and natural talents.

Health tips from Dr. Oz at California Museum

California’s fiscal fitness depends on adopting healthy habits. On Monday, Dr. Mehmet Oz, a popular television host of "The Dr. Oz Show" led the charge for a two year pilot workplace-wellness program designed to promote healthy habits at work. “Health happens in the Workplace” was launched with Yvonne R. Walker, President of SEIU, State Controller John Chiang, and State Treasurer Bill Lockyer pushing forward to improve state worker’s health to save money on long term cost.

'Dr. Oz Show' Helps Keep Upstate Businesses Healthy

Image GREENVILLE, S.C. -- A physician known for delivering a daily dose of medical and nutritional advice on TV has apparently done a lot to keep area businesses healthy too. Dr. Mehmet Oz, of "The Dr. Oz Show," is seen weekday afternoons on WYFF. "As soon as Dr. Oz airs at 4 o'clock we get phone calls," Vanessa Rampey, an employee of Garner's Natural Life in Greenville, told WYFF. "They're asking, 'Do you have it? Do you have it?'"
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