This is a very good graphic compilation of all the religions in the world right now. This list was compiled using the population and statistics of the year 2002.

The top three religions in the world right now based on the number of followers are Christianity with 29.9% of the world’s population( this percent includes Catholics and Protestants) followed by Muslims with 19.8% and then by the Hindus with 13.3%.

World Map of Religions

If you wish to view a larger image of religions of the world, click on the link below

PC Mag teamed up with the Princeton Review to find the most connected, plugged-in and the most high tech campuses in the United States.

Although certain aspects of the college experience will probably never change—slob roommates, all-night cram sessions, painful Jägermeister-induced lessons—the 21st century campus is a very different place. Students can stay connected wirelessly anywhere on campus, post ride requests and bikes for sale on the virtual bulletin board, listen to lectures via podcast, and store their psych papers in their own online storage repository. What was ridiculed in Revenge of the Nerds is now the definition of cool.

Obviously, not all campuses are made equal. There are certain schools that strive to provide the best technology for students. So, here is the list of the best schools which offer their students a high-tech environment to prepare for the real world. If you wanted to see how the survey was done, check out Top Wired Colleges: Methodology. Also, here is a list of all the 240 schools that completed the survey.

So, if you are scouting colleges for yourself or your children, check out this list below

Easter, the Sunday of the Resurrection, or Resurrection Day, is the most important religious feast of the Christian liturgical year, observed at some point between late March and late April each year (early April to early May in Eastern Christianity). It celebrates the resurrection of Jesus, which his followers believe occurred on the third day after his death by crucifixion some time in the period AD 27 to 33.

Happy Easter

Some Important tidbits about Easter 

Observed by:  most Christians, although many non-Christians observe secular practices, especially in the Western world
Type : Christian
Significance : Celebrates the death and resurrection of Jesus as the basis for the salvation of mankind.
Date : The first Sunday after the first full moon of spring
2006 date April 16 (Western), April 23 (Eastern)
2007 date  April 8 (both Western and Eastern)
2008 date  March 23 (Western), April 27 (Eastern)
Celebrations : Religious (church) services, Easter egg hunts, gifts (USA)
Observances : Prayer

Dates for Easter Sunday from the year 2000 to year 2020

In Western Christianity, Easter always falls on a Sunday from March 22 to April 25 inclusive. The following day, Easter Monday, is a legal holiday in many countries with predominantly Christian traditions. In Eastern Christianity, Easter falls between April 4 and May 8 between 1900 and 1970 based on the Gregorian date.

Click here to check the dates for Easter Sunday from the year 2000 to the year 2020

Easter Recipes :

Date of Easter Sunday from the year 2000 to 2020.

This year, in 2007, Easter Sunday falls on April 8th.

In Western Christianity, Easter always falls on a Sunday from March 22 to April 25 inclusive. The following day, Easter Monday, is a legal holiday in many countries with predominantly Christian traditions. In Eastern Christianity, Easter falls between April 4 and May 8 between 1900 and 1970 based on the Gregorian date.

Easter and the holidays that are related to it are moveable feasts, in that they do not fall on a fixed date in the Gregorian or Julian calendars (which follow the motion of the sun and the seasons). Instead, they are based on a lunar calendar similar—but not identical—to the Hebrew Calendar. The precise date of Easter has often been a matter for contention.

The calculations for the date of Easter are somewhat complicated. See computus for a discussion covering both the traditional tabular methods and more exclusively mathematical algorithms such as the one developed by mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss.

In the Western Church, Easter has not fallen on the earliest of the 35 possible dates, March 22, since 1818, and will not do so again until 2285. It will, however, fall on March 23, just one day after its earliest possible date, in 2008. Easter last fell on the latest possible date, April 25 in 1943, and will next fall on that date in 2038. However, it will fall on April 24, just one day before this latest possible date, in 2011.

Dates for Easter Sunday, 2000-2020

Unmentionables: What you leave out of a resume is often more revealing than what you put in.

A resume tells a story. It’s an idealized tale of professional accomplishment, garnished with action verbs and tasks completed.

Leaving out jobs in a resumeBut this is a different kind of story, about a job that isn’t on my resume and a task that never was finished:
I spent ten days one June working on an organic farm in New Mexico. On the tenth day, the midday air shimmered with heat waves as I lifted my head to inspect the pathetic progress I had made. Four hours, four rows. Baby eggplants drooped in the glare. My work — loosening dry soil and pulling up weeds that threatened to dwarf the wee plants — made me tense. Jab too aggressively, and I risked severing the very plants I labored to help. Hold back, and I was practically inviting the weeds to take over. How, I wondered wearily, would I ever get through this acre of organic eggplants?

As it turned out, lunch brought all the answers I would need.

“I don’t think this is working out,” said Eremita, the owner of the organic farm I had pledged my services to as an “intern,” and one tough cookie. “You just aren’t getting it and I don’t have time to keep watching you.”

I had to admit that Eremita was right. I wasn’t getting it. The baby plants seemed unworthy of my heroic labors, and anyway, this was her farm, not mine. My only profit was an education (read: period of indentured servitude) in organic farming and free room and board.

We parted ways after lunch. I took one more look at the wavering field, wished the tiny plants well and hoped to meet them again in some late-summer eggplant parmesan.

Can it be a surprise that my brief dalliance with organic farming never made the cut onto my resume? Like a rotten tomato, my picturesque foray into rural New Mexico was heaved into my professional trash bin, to compost with many other career unmentionables.

Recently, as I was examining my resume, that most over-requested and overrated document of professional life, I noticed that most of what I consider the really interesting things that I’ve done are missing. Not just the eggplant farm (which represented a gutsy leap of faith that sadly turned sour), but the construction work stint, the dude ranch summer, the half-year on the Italian farm — all missing. In my effort to describe my journalism and publishing experience, I reluctantly forfeit the space and context to outline my unique experiences.

Interning at the Dallas Morning News and working at High Country News and the University of California Press are qualifying credentials for the kinds of writing and editing jobs I find myself applying for. It’s harder to evaluate the summer I spent driving a trash truck at nearly 10,000 feet in Colorado, or the month I spent helping to build a house out of straw bales.