Lynn Blakeman
Lynn Blakeman answered

Jaylen can indeed be a girl's name, but it is just as popular for boys; it is a unisex name.

There are many unisex names today - 'Taylor', once just a boys name is now also popular with girls. Kim (or Kimberley) started off as a male name but is more popular with girls now. … Read more
Lynn Blakeman
Lynn Blakeman answered
No, Jay Rock is not dead. Luckily he is alive and well and has a single out called "Pay for it" which features Kendrick Lamar and Chantal. The single was released yesterday, 29th October 2014.


Born Johnny Reed McKinzie, Jr. On 31st March 1986, Jay Rock is a rapper from Los Angeles, California.

He grew up … Read more
Sara Lewis
Sara Lewis answered

In the modern age, the importance of computers cannot be under estimated. They are an invaluable tool for information, assisting people in work and study with researching virtually any topic, and with the ongoing learning of the average person. Where previously an interest in a topic may have not been followed up, we are now … Read more

Sara Lewis
Sara Lewis answered

There are lots of places online that you can stream the movie Hairspray without having to download it.

One option is Vodlocker, which has a huge catalogue of online videos similar to YouTube, but with more full length movies. A lot of movies are removed from YouTube due to copyright infringement, … Read more

Phil Newton
Phil Newton answered

You can see your debit and credit history pretty easily online if you make use of online banking. 

How to view debit and credit history online

  • The majority of major banks will offer online banking these days.  You'll usually have been sent an online banking ID number or code, and a … Read more
Phil Newton
Phil Newton answered Anonymous' question

It's unknown when or why the world will end, but many people have predicted the date over the years, only to look a little silly when nothing happens.  Here's a few of the most famous dates that the world was/is prophesied to end.

1st January, 2000

The Y2K bug was predicted to … Read more

Kirstie Summers
Kirstie Summers answered anna lobo's question

Simply, diet and exercise. Get into a habit of being fairly active - walking instead of taking a bus, for instance. You don't necessarily need a gym membership or anything like that, but take up some kind of hobby that gets you moving out in the fresh air. Cut out foods that are high in … Read more

Kirstie Summers
Kirstie Summers answered Ashley S.'s question

You could break up the sentence into a number of smaller sentences, or you could replace the word 'and' with something else, perhaps something that specifies the order of things done, or both, or something else.

For instance, you could write:

"Soon, the bus pulled up and she hopped in. She made her way to the middle, … Read more

Kirstie Summers
Kirstie Summers answered Samantha Seabury's question

A bit. I miss getting excited about each new book coming out, but it feels good now knowing the story is complete. Having Pottermore to gradually fill in more gaps gives me my fix now and again. Also, I'm quite looking forward to the new stuff that Rowling has said will be coming out - … Read more

Phil Newton
Phil Newton answered

The value of a like on social media platforms such as Facebook vary depending on who and where the like has come from.  I'll outline why this is in detail below.

Not all likes are equal

Many people fall into the trap of thinking that all likes are equal.  This is why … Read more

Kirstie Summers
Kirstie Summers answered Elana Davita Robidoux's question

I read a lot of books, usually on the train and bus on the way to work, so I read maybe twelve or thirteen books last month. I prefer actual books, but I do have an eReader app on my tablet because of the number of classic books you can download for freeRead more

Lynn Blakeman
Lynn Blakeman answered

The Jack-'o-Lantern tradition actually started in Ireland, and the legend varies slightly depending on who is telling it, but it goes something like this.


In the 18th century and drunken, foul mouthed, miser named Stingy Jack invited the devil to go for a drink with him. The devil apparently agreed, and all was well until … Read more
Tim Cook
Tim Cook answered Anonymous' question

'You Drive Me Crazy', as a song title, is associated with Britney Spears who released a song by that name in 1999, and with N-Sync who released 'U Drive Me Crazy' as a single in Germany in 1997. 

It's possible you heard a cover of either of these two songs. If the words 'You Drive Me … Read more

Tim Cook
Tim Cook answered

If you've lost the manual to your Samsung BN59-00511A Universal Remote, then there's no need to panic, there are several online sources ready to help. For example, directutor.com offers a download of this manual, as well as the codes need to program your remote.

A similar service is offered at … Read more
Phil Newton
Phil Newton answered soccer fan's question

It's highly unlikely that Dejan Lovren eats cats for a couple of reasons.  Firstly, it's illegal to kill a domestic cat in the United Kingdom, within which Dejan Lovren currently resides.

Secondly, as he's a professional footballer, it's unlikely that cat meat would be on the list of foods his nutritionist provides for him in … Read more

Tim Cook
Tim Cook answered Pamela Koeller's question

Despite its English-sounding name, Universal sewing machines come from Japan, and were copies of American makes such as Singer and Brother. 

The postwar US government allowed such blatant patent infringements in order to boost the shattered Japanese economy. If you are missing the manual for your Univesal De Luxe, a US sewing machine manual of the … Read more

Lynn Blakeman
Lynn Blakeman answered

Personally, I think Connor Kirtley sounds lovely. I even asked the opinion of my resident teen, and she said it sounds like a pop star name or an actor... So it has the youth seal of approval too :-)

Connor is an Irish name and it means 'lover of Wolves' or 'lover of hounds' … Read more