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June 19, 2005

8 total news stories found.


HairTech helps hair stylists and nail technicians nationwide tap the Internet's economic power Contact: Garrett T. Jefferson, 1-800-898-5787, [email protected] COSMETOLOGISTS UNITE ONLINE TO IMPROVE THEIR BOTTOM LINE

2005-06-19 | If you've been struggling to make it as a hair stylist or nail technician, you're not alone - the average income for a cosmetologist is just $30,000 a year.

Book on Perimenopause and Natural Hormones Awarded Top Publishing Honors

2005-06-19 | Larkfield Publishing's "The Hormone Survival Guide for Perimenopause" wins the prestigious Ben Franklin Award for best first book by a new publisher. The book also receives an Honorable Mention in ForeWord Magazine's Book of the Year competition.

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MotionCoach FLEX by www.MotionCoach.co.uk triggers a revolution in visual analysis technology.

2005-06-19 | MotionCoach FLEX visual analysis software revolutionizes visual education by providing UK schools with a cost effective vehicle for video assignments both in school and remotely.

Project Drumheller to Send Josiah Schultz to Hunt for Dinosaurs

2005-06-19 | This July, six-year-old Josiah Schultz--a budding young paleontologist--will be traveling to Drumheller, Alberta, the "Dinosaur Capital of the World", thanks to the efforts and collaboration of many people involved with Project Drumheller.

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Celebrities Flip over Pink Taffy Designs Baby Boutique

2005-06-19 | Celebrities are going crazy over Pink Taffy Designs Baby Boutique. With an exquisite collection of premium hand crafted furnishings and designer accessories, Hollywood cannot get enough.

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Exceptional Advanced Unigraphics NX2 Training Manual Offered by Design Visionaries

2005-06-19 | Design Visionaries, Inc. announces release of "Advanced Unigraphics NX2 Modeling And Assemblies".

College Textbook Marketplace Website celebrates One Year Anniversary and Surpasses Its Goals.

2005-06-19 | Free College Textbook Marketplace Website celebrates its one year anniversary and has surpassed its goals. Urshelf.com, a college website, is rapidly expanding to the college market to help students find a cheap alternative to overpriced new textbooks.

Banned Live 8 Ticket Sellers Find New Home

2005-06-19 | Just a day after eBay folded under pressure from concert organizers, banning all Live 8 auctions, another online auctioneer welcomed the displaced sellers with open arms. The website plans to donate all profits to the live 8 charity and promises to freely allow the resale of the tickets.