A video to prove it! WOW! In China, a hotel with 15 floors was built in less than a week! Impressive! When Smeet opened up our office in New York, it took me a few days just to figure out how to put together a desk and chair!
I wonder how fast these people could build a 3D Mansion on Smeet???
Ladies and Gents, now you can head on over to the Flirt Cafe to test your skills with the Love-o-Meter! Just click on the Guy or the Girl, whomever you want to charm, and get started!
Pink for October!
You can help raise money by looking for the special pink items that were added in the Shop. These items are also available to be given as gifts to your Smeet friends! In the item descriptions there is more info on how you'll be helping!
Info about the Susan G. Komen for the Cure® Tissue Bank at the IU Simon Cancer Center
The Susan G. Komen for the Cure® Tissue Bank at the IU Simon Cancer Center (KTB) was created in response to a need articulated by scientists carrying out breast cancer research. To discover what is abnormal, it is first necessary to know what is normal. The KTB is a repository of whole blood, DNA, serum and frozen human breast tissue. In the future, it will also contain plasma and cDNA derived from tissue RNA. The donors to this repository are volunteers. What sets the KTB apart from all other tissue and blood repositories is that vast majority of donors are without evidence of breast cancer.
Combining data derived from these specimens with that obtained from premalignant and malignant breast specimens will provide researchers with the entire spectrum of breast carcinogenesis, from "normal" breast tissue to invasive cancer, thus enabling insight into the molecular mechanisms of malignant transformation.
You can visit their website at: http://komentissuebank.iu.edu/