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Maintaining your family’s recorded history is an important aspect of understanding and appreciating what it was that got you to where you are today – and where your future heirs will be tomorrow.

Why You Want 4K Ultra HD

When John Logie Baird first successfully transmitted the first true 'television' picture in his laboratory in 1925, he did so with a 30-line scanned image, at a rate of five pictures per second. It's true to say that television has come a long way since then. The latest buzz in video circles is '4K' – an upgrade on current HD resolutions that allows for mind-blowing visuals.

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The Art of Photographing Kids

I was walking along the street the other day when I saw a mother and her three kids walking along towards me. Suddenly one of the kids – a boy who looked around seven or eight – suddenly shouted 'jump!' and leapt into the air as high as he could. Once he'd made his jump, he just carried on walking, as he had been doing just a few seconds earlier.

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As Family Time Flies By

Scientists are always trying to define infinity. They seem intent on making us believe that infinity is a difficult concept to grasp yet we have all, including the scientists themselves, experienced it. When you're a child, infinity happens every day. The last five minutes of school seem to stretch forever. A few chores take so long whole civilizations could rise and fall just in the time it takes to take out the trash.

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