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Archive - Apr 2011

The personal "cloud" is the first step towards a virtual office

30 April 2011 / 21:04:34  
It will synchronize the contents of all computers on which we work and will get us rid from all the tedious paperwork

April 30th

William and Kate in the island of Corfu for their honeymoon?

30 April 2011 / 18:04:03  
While Buckingham Palace do not officially disclose where they will spend their honeymoon William and Catherine, in Greek and British media spread the speculation that the family will visit the birthplace of the grandfather Prince Philip.

The new moon in May brings opportunities you should not bypass easily

30 April 2011 / 14:04:33  
By May 15th everyone says what they think, we have to open our ears and "listen", it's the period of verification

Dancing in the street or how art revived Athens

29 April 2011 / 21:04:30  
From Syntagma Square to the Acropolis Museum, from 13:00 to 21:00, the Greek capital lived in the rhythm of modern dance, presenting over 100 dancers in the music of four bands.

April 29th

Going shopping on the Greek islands in the summer

29 April 2011 / 18:04:16  
Women's favorite pastime - shopping, is the main idea of the new initiative Agora: Greek Summer Shopping Experience, proposed by the Greek federation of traders. The clever idea for promoting the country and encouraging the tourists to visit the islands comes just in time to tickle the interest of those who have not yet decided where the wind will carry them in the summer.

GRR HOT 15: Debut of the Greek Eurovision song

29 April 2011 / 17:04:25  
Hello, music fans, While all people are holding their breath in the UK, watching the wedding of the decade, we are together once again to listen to our favourite GRR HOT 15. The chart has changed again and offers us an array of different melodies to dance, sing or simply dream.

Power cuts because of protests against the privatization of the state power company

29 April 2011 / 16:04:46  
The employees of the power plant will begin a series of 48-hour protests in the week before the submission to Parliament of the bill according to which 17% of the national electric power plant will be privatized, said the head of their union Nikos Fotopoulos.