Each face has been added to the website in chronological order, based on the date in which they joined the site, and if a user connects their account to the app, it will tell them their Face Number. Click here to give it a try. Enjoy.
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The #1 tool to fighting cancer is awareness. Awareness leads to early detection. Early detection leads to prevention. But above all the most important thing is to be informed and educated on the subject so we can fight the battle together.
The University Health Network (UHN) signed an agreement with the Ministry Of Health in the State of Kuwait in September 8, 2010, to provide clinical expertise to Kuwait Cancer Control Center (KCCC) and strengthen cancer service delivery at the KCCC by focusing on areas such as radiation medicine, medical oncology, surgical oncology and laboratory medicine. The University Health Network is a teaching and academic health science center and one of the largest medical research centers in Canada.
UHN and KCCC have sat down together and have launched the first portal related to cancer care in Kuwait. It will serve as a educational tool and informative platform to help educate patients and their families about the cancer journey as well as ways to:
- Inform about the public about the latest news related to the center
- Provide department details and initiatives
- Offer important facts about the population in Kuwait related to cancer prevention, care and treatment
- Find out about patient and cancer support services
- Find out ways you can help/volunteer
Dawrat is a website that combines all training centers all in one place, making it easier for the user to search and apply for the selected seminar or course required in any field. In addition, Dawrat serves as a directory to assists people in accessing/finding training material in the easiest way possible. Users can also pay directly on Dawrat website.
You probably noticed that Instagram launched new web based profile pages last week. Looking at my blogs new profile page, I couldn’t help but notice how nice and neat the page looks and the ability to browse through the past photos from my web browser.
You can also comment, like a photo or even follow users from the web profile page. In addition to editing your profile by including your name, bio, URL and email, but you can’t change your profile picture.
The first website was built by the World Wide Web’s creator Tim Berners-Lee at http://info.cern.ch/ and was launched online on August 6, 1991. The website at that time was providing information on how users could setup a web server and how to create their own, as well as how they could search the web for information.
Unfortunately, the link for the original page is no longer active and, nobody bothered to make a copy of the page, which tended to be updated daily. The earliest version of it that was recorded was in 1992 and a copy of that page can be found here.
I remember when I first started surfing the web using Netscape, it was fun and new experience. I think we have to be very greatfull to Tim Berner for introducing the WWW and for making our lives easier now!
The First Ever Machine to Run a Web Server
Via: Today I Found Out
Webempires created a map ( you see above ) showing the number-one websites around the world calculated based on Alexa traffic ranking. As the picture makes clear, Google dominates, with Facebook trailing not too far behind. The map doesn’t include properties, and If it was included, Google would probably take the entire map.
Google’s traffic is scattered across nearly 200 domains for local versions of Google (google.se, google.lt, google.co.uk…). Google also owns 23 of the top 100 websites in the world, making Facebook pale in comparison.