Pamper Your Pet With Designer Pet Products

  Pampering your dog never feels better without giving them plus-designer products. A fashionable designer product can be given to your dog as birthday product, as a Christmas gift, as a new year present or just because you felt like it. There are many designer products available for your pet, and you could choose them from various categories depending on your need. Designer Products and Their Uses At present, a pet parent can find designer pet products for all categories for their pet. Here is a list some things that you can pick out for your pet: Leashes Leashes are one of the most important products for any pet owner's use. A leash keeps your pet safe when they are taken out for a walk. Furthermore, the leash keeps the pet safe from running too far away and from injuries.  A pet owner can buy designer jeweled leashes, or classy looking retractable leash or a fancy crystal beaded leash for their pet dog. Toys Gone are the days when you could only find plastic toy

Don't Be a Bore - These "Sins" Will Ruin Your Stories!

  At one time in the world's history story telling was integral to the survival of our earliest records. Before the proliferation of the written word, great story tellers and bards were responsible for documenting history with all its great accomplishments and stunning defeats. The times, they are a-changing. Any major event these days is usually caught on film. The average person can afford to document their family history with inexpensive equipment.  Online blogs have become the premiere story telling vehicles. Facebook and twitter statuses, now document everything from the completely inane, to major political events. In all of this "new" media, have people begun to lose their knack for story telling? There are few things worse than being stuck listening to a story from someone who can't tell it. It is an exercise in complete frustration. People need to get better! Avoiding a couple of common story telling mistakes can change you from a comp

What Is a Game?

  We probably all have a pretty good intuitive notion of what a game is. The general term "game" encompasses board games like chess and Monopoly, card games like poker and blackjack, casino games like roulette and slot machines, military war games, computer games, various kinds of play among children, and the list goes on. In academia we sometimes speak of game theory, in which multiple agents select strategies and tactics in order to maximize their gains within the framework of a well-defined set of game rules.   When used in the context of console or computer-based entertainment, the word "game" usually conjures images of a three-dimensional virtual world featuring a humanoid, animal or vehicle as the main character under player control.  (Or for the old geezers among us, perhaps it brings to mind images of two-dimensional classics like Pong, Pac-Man, or Donkey Kong.) In his excellent book, A Theory of Fun for Game Des