I haven't tried any of these, but most of them sound good.
The world data, if you can believe it, goes back to 1580.
Number 1 is, in my opinion, very appropriate.
A list, with some discussion, of instances "where the cover version of a song becomes so iconic that people forget it was a cover at all".
"If u like 2 talk like a halfwitted 12-year-old, this is definitely the higher education choice for your future."
As usual for lists of this type, I would have ordered the entries a bit differently. But there are some awfully good ones listed.
Tiger Woods didn't win the PGA Championship yesterday, or any major this year. Get used to that sort of thing happening, because Tiger Woods will never win another major championship again.
"Here is a look at six of today’s popular social media and social networking companies and ways they are leveraging data center and data storage technology in innovative and energy efficient ways."
The companies included are Twitter, Facebook, Google, MySpace, Digg, and LinkedIn.
In picking a career, as for other important decisions in life, you gotta know, as Kenny Rogers sang, "when to hold 'em and when to fold 'em."
I'm not sure these suggestions are improvements, but there's no doubt that more than a few of the "greatest" shows didn't end well.