Tuesday, 13 November 2012

Top Ten Most Controversial Websites

Top ten most Controversial Websites



Internet in the most wonderful thing, informative, and blan blan blan...
well i am going to represent you some most known and hit sites...


 



 

10. The Pirate Bay


 

The Pirate Bay is a website for sharing and locating torrent files (special plain text files) that allow you to download movies, software, and music legally and illegally.

 There have been numerous attempts to shut the site down but as it is just  serving text files and not the actual illegal data, these attempts have failed. The site is based in Sweden.

9. Ogrish


Ogrish.com was a shock site which presented uncensored news coverage and multimedia material based for the most part on war, accidents and executions. Much of the material depicted was graphic, uncensored, gory videos and images. The content was depicted as  means to challenge the viewer, with its catch line being ‘Can you handle life’, but later changed to ‘Uncover Reality’ after the site received a major design overhaul with aims of becoming more open to the general public and become a respected ‘alternative news service’.


8. Rotten



Rotten.com is a United States-hosted shock site with a slogan of “An archive of disturbing illustration” operated by Soy lent Communications. It is devoted to morbid curiosities, primarily pictures of gruesome fatalities, deformities, autopsy or forensic photographs, depictions of perverse sex acts, and historical curios that are disturbing or misanthropic in nature. The site was founded in 1996, and its format has changed very little since that time.


7. Fight Videos


 First, there were Bum fights videos, then there were gang fights and now we have kids fighting and recording their fights to post online. Sadly, some of the participants are either unwilling or unaware of what is going on


6. Pro-Pedophilia


 There is a movement to legalize and encourage consensual sexual relationships between adults and “consenting” minors. They have gained legitimacy in recent years and have garnered support from the likes of Allen Ginsberg. The most prominent of these sites (NAMBLA) has been parodied in South Park and other comedy movies.


5. Murderabelia


Some murderabelia is simply murder- related, while some is created by actual murderers. Some states in the US have enacted Son of Sam laws where killers are not allowed to profit from their crimes, but these laws are often stricken down as unconstitutional.


4. Glorifying Serial Killers



I personally am not troubled by learning about serial killers, but some people take it a little far. From calendars to trading cards, there is an entire community seemingly obsessed with all things serial killer related.

 

3. Crime Scene Photos


 
What makes this controversial is how it might impact the victim’s families. While these pictures are often in the public domain, others are leaked or stolen from police files. I remember seeing a story on a news magazine show about a family being tormented by someone constantly emailing them pictures of the scene of their daughter’s fatal car accident.

2. Suicide Ideas and Assistance


 
Apparently some people think it’s a goo idea to encourage people who are suffering from depression to consider suicide as an option, or at least encourage them to not rule it out. To me this seems incredibly cruel

1.       Pro-Anorexia

There are websites dedicated to legitimizing lifestyles centered on anorexia and bulimia. These sites provide tips and tricks for hiding your disorder as well as “thinspiration” pictures of skinny people, often celebrities. Governments all over the world are cracking down on these sites, but they are still out there and there is a movement to support their right to exist.

Tuesday, 9 October 2012

Internet


Internet:


The Internet, a network of computers covering the entire planet, allows people to access almost any information located anywhere in the world at any time. Its effects on business, communication, economy, entertainment and even politics are profound. The Internet may not have changed the world as much as the plow, but it's probably on par with the steam engine or automobile.

 


DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency), the research and development arm of the U.S. military, created ARPANET in the late 1960s. This network of computer-to-computer connections was intended for military and academic research. Other computer networks began to cross the globe in the next few years, and by the late 1970s computer scientists had created a single protocol, TCP/IP, that would allow computers on any network to communicate with computers on other networks. This was, essentially, the birth of the Internet, but it took 10 or so years for various other networks in the world to adopt the new protocol, making the Internet truly global.

The Internet is such a powerful invention that we've probably only begun to see the effects it will have on the world. The ability to diffuse and recombine information with such efficiency could accelerate the rate at which further world-changing inventions are created. At the same time, some fear that our ability to communicate, work, play and do business via the Internet breaks down our ties to local communities and causes us to become socially isolated. Like any invention, the good or ill it accomplishes will come from how we choose to use it.

 

Friday, 5 October 2012

Zombie Ants (Ophiocordyceps Unilateralis)


 

Zombie Fungus:


 Main Story:                              

   A stalk of the newfound fungus species Ophiocordyceps camponoti-balzani, grows out of a “zombie” ant’s head in a Brazilian rain forest. Originally thought to be a single species, called Ophiocordyceps unilateralis, the fungus is actually four distinct species—all of which can “mind control” ants.

The fungus species infects an ant, then takes over its brain (what is it about Zombies and brains) and then kills the insect once it has moved to a location that is ideal for the fungi to grow and spread their spores.
Picture of a "zombie" ant, part of a round-up of the best science discoveries of 2011
Ophiocordyceps Unilateralis
According to some scientists;
The fungus then kills the ant, and continues to grow as its mycelia invade more soft tissues and structurally fortify the ant’s exoskeleton. More mycelia then sprout out of the ants, and securely anchor it to the plant substrate while secreting antimicrobials to ward off competition. When releasing the spores. This process takes four to ten days.
The changes in the behavior of the infected ants are very specific, giving rise to the term “Zombie ants”, and tuned for the benefit of the fungus. The ants generally clamp to a leaf’s vein about twenty five cm above the ground, on the northern side if the plant, in an environment with 94-95% humidity and temperatures between 20 and 30°C. when the dead ants are repositioned in various other situations, further vegetative growth and sporulation either fails to occur or results in undersized and abnormal reproductive structures.
However the ants have developed sense to identify the infected ants, they recognize the infection and then carry the infected “Zombie Ant” away from their nest to prevent others ants from the  fungus infection.

Sunday, 30 September 2012

The Vampire Killer (Richard Trenton)


The Vampire Killer (Richard Trenton)

Main theme:

Richard Trenton Chase became known as "The Vampire Killer of Sacramento" because he would drink the blood of his victims and practiced cannibalism with their body parts. A typically "disorganized" killer, Chase picked his victims randomly and left as much evidence as he could around his home and the crime scenes. He drained his victim's blood, blended it with body organs and drank it. It was the only way to stop his own blood from turning into powder, or so did the voices in his head said. He also took some body parts home to munch on later.
 

Main Story:

Richard Trenton was born in the 23rd of May, 1950. He had a sister, four years younger to him and his father was a strict disciplinarian who bickered constantly with his wife. When Richard was child, he likes to set fires and to torment animals. When he was ten, he started killing cats and when he was a teenager, he drank and smoke dope, getting into trouble several times but felt no shame over it.
He dated several girls, one of whom reported the he was unable to perform sexually and because he could not keep an erection. This problem went to him when he was 18, so, he went to a psychiatrist. He learned that a root cause of losing erection was repressed anger. The psychiatrist also thought that he might be suffering from a major illness and was mentally disturbed, but he did not suggest he be committed.
He was preoccupied with any sign that something was wrong with him. This held true throughout his adult life. He also complained that the bones were coming out through the back of his head, that his stomach was backwards, and that his heart often stopped beating. Another psychiatrist diagnosed him as a paranoid schizophrenic, but thought he might actually be suffering from a drug-induced toxic psychosis. He was put under observation for 72 hours, and it was recommended that he stay but he was allowed to leave whenever he wanted without obtaining permission. Eventually he was released.
After he moved out of his parents home, he went through a series of roommates, many of whom reported his bizarre behavior and heavy drug use. Even the few friends he had considered him weird. Once he nailed shut his bedroom closet door because people were invading his space from in there.
He started killing rabbits and drank their blood to quench his thrust, often he kiss, lick and disembowel various animals, sometimes mixing the raw organs with Coca-Cola in a blender and drinking the concoction. Chase reasoned that by ingesting the creatures he was preventing his heart from shrinking.
 
Murders by Richard:
                                        Chase killed his first human victim on December 29th, 1977. His first murder was Ambrose Griffin, a 51-year-old male. Griffin and his wife had just returned from a trip and while they were unpacking their car, Mrs. Griffin heard two popping sounds and Ambrose dropped dead in front of her. Chase’s first human murder was this “drive-by” like shooting. He did some random break-ins for a little while. His next murder was Teresa Wallin on January 23rd, 1978. She was three months pregnant. Chase shot and killed her and then dragged her into the bedroom. When Teresa’s husband came home that night, he followed the blood trail into their bedroom and found a gruesome scene: his wife’s body was lying motionless, her sweater pulled up over her breasts, her panties down around her ankles with her legs splayed open indicating sexual assault, her left nipple was cut off, her torso carved open, her spleen and intestines removed, she’d been stabbed repeatedly, and other organs were dismembered. There was a yogurt container that had been used to drink her blood and odd rings were around the body indicating a container had been placed there as if to take blood with the killer.
On January 27th, 1978, he committed his last murders. Evelyn Miroth, 38, was babysitting her 20-month-old nephew and her son, Jason Miroth, 6, and her friend, Dan Meredith, 51, was over visiting her. Chase murdered them all including the baby boy. He’d stabbed and shot all of them, killing and slicing open Evelyn much like he did Teresa Wallin. He’d cut open the baby’s head and dumped pieces of the brain in the tub. He’d fled with the baby’s body which was later found in box by a dumpster.
The police and FBI caught him with help of a profile and an old friend of Chase’s. FBI agent (and one of the first criminal profilers) Robert Ressler asked Chase, upon Chase’s arrest, how he chose his victims. Chase said that he’d go from house to house testing doors to see which houses were left unlocked and which ones weren’t. Chase said that if the door was locked, it meant he wasn’t welcome, but if the door was unlocked, he could go in.

Death:

Chase killed himself in prison on December 26th, 1980 by overdose if his medications.
 
 

Tuesday, 18 September 2012

The Lady( Who Married her self

The Lady( Who Married Her self )

 

Main theme:



In November 2010, Chen Wei-yih of Taiwan married herself. She spent $5,675 on a groom-less wedding that concludes with a honeymoon in Australia. She also posed for a set of photos in a flowing white dress, enlisted a wedding planner and rented a banquet hall for a marriage celebration with 30 friends.

Explanation:

Uninspired by the men she's met but facing social pressure to get married, the 30-year-old Taipei office worker will hold the reception next month in honor of just one person.
"Age thirty is a prime period for me. My work and experience are in good shape, but I haven't found a partner, so what can I do?" Chen said.
"It's not that I'm anti-marriage. I just hope that I can express a different idea within the bounds of a tradition."
Her T$50,000 ($5,675) wedding comes after online publicity that has netted 1,800 largely sympathetic comments.

"I think there will be more and more girls like this," said "diva girl," who did not elaborate.
Taiwanese women are marrying later and less often as their economic status advances, fuelling government concerns about a drop in the birth rate and its impact on productivity.
Only 40 percent of women surveyed earlier this year by the education ministry said they imagined married people could live better than singles, local media said.

"I was just hoping that more people would love themselves," said Chen, who will go on a solo honeymoon to Australia.

Chen said her mother had insisted on a groom at first but later jumped aboard the solo marriage plan.
But as Chen cannot officially register a marriage to herself, if she finds a man later she will wed again.
"If I had a steady boyfriend, I wouldn't do this," Chen said. "It would be offensive to him, anyway."


 


Saturday, 15 September 2012

Metallic Cheetah by DARPA and Boston Dynamics

Metallic Cheetah(A DARPA and Boston Dynamics project)


The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and Boston Dynamics have unleashed an amazing robot, a 4 legged metallic robot that runs even faster than the Olympic Champion Usain Bolt.
 
 

Record:

A terrifying legged robot has beaten its own speed record of 18 Mph by running at the top speed of 28.3(45.3 km/h) over 20 meters in a Lab trial. The galloping bot is officially faster than the fastest human - Usain Bolt who reached 27.3 mph (43.9km/h) in 2009, setting the top limit of human speed.
 
 

Designers behind the robot hope to see Cheetah max out at speeds as fast as 70 miles-per-hour. The DARPA’s goal is to create legged robot that don’t sacrifice speed for mobility on rough terrain.

"The robot has a ways to go before it can come close to matching the speeds of its living and breathing cheetah kin (the Cincinnati Zoo's cheetah, Sarah, was recently clocked at 61 mph), but that really isn't the point," DARPA said in its release.
One day, the agency hopes to let Cheetah loose in the natural and man-made environments where defense personnel operate, allowing the robot to contribute to emergency response, humanitarian assistance, and other missions.

DARPA plans to test a prototype in the field next year, pulling Cheetah off of its current treadmill regimen and running it through natural terrain.
Powered by an off-board hydraulic pump, the robot has increased its speed since DARPA last released results in March, thanks to improved control algorithms and a more powerful pump.If this progress isn’t impressive (and frightening) enough, Boston Dynamics also today announced plans to unleash Cheetah from its treadmill tether. Sometime next year, they anticipate unveiling Wildcat, a “free running outdoor Cheetah robot” that can hit those high speeds on myriad types of terrain.

Cheetah, which is one robot in a long line of impressive Pentagon-sponsored robotics feats, has clear military applications, including emergency and disaster response. But DARPA doesn’t seem to be stopping there. Last year, the agency noted that Cheetah robots might also be useful in “advanced agriculture and vehicular travel.”

 

Tuesday, 11 September 2012

Stroke (Identification)

STROKE: Remember The 1st Three Letters... S.T...R...
 My friend sent this to me ...and encouraged me to post it and spread the word. I agree. If everyone can remember something this simple, we could save some folks.
  STROKE IDENTIFICATION:
 During a party, a friend stumbled and took a little fall - she assured everyone that she was fine and just tripped over a brick because of her new shoes. (They offered to call ambulance)
They got her cleaned up and got her a new plate of food - while she appeared a bit shaken up, Ingrid went about enjoying herself the rest of the evening. Ingrid's husband called later telling everyone that his wife had been taken to the hospital - (at 6:00pm, Ingrid passed away.)
 She had suffered a stroke at the party. Had they known how to identify the signs of a stroke, perhaps Ingrid would be with us today.
  Some don't die. They end up in a helpless, hopeless condition instead. It only takes a minute to read this...
 
 STROKE IDENTIFICATION:
 
 A neurologist says that if he can get to a stroke victim within 3 hours he can totally reverse the effects of a stroke...totally. He said the trick was getting a stroke recognized, diagnosed, and then getting the patient medically cared for within 3 hours, which is tough.
 
 RECOGNIZING A STROKE:
  Remember the '3' steps, STR. Read and Learn!
 Sometimes symptoms of a stroke are difficult to identify. Unfortunately, the lack of awareness spells disaster.
 The stroke victim may suffer severe brain damage when people nearby fail to recognize the symptoms of a stroke.
 Now doctors say a bystander can recognize a stroke by asking three simple questions:
 
 S * Ask the individual to SMILE...
 T * = TALK. Ask the person to SPEAK A SIMPLE SENTENCE (Coherently) (e.g. 'it is sunny out today').
 R * Ask him or her to RAISE BOTH ARMS.
 
 If he or she has trouble with ANY ONE of these tasks, call the ambulance and describe the symptoms to the dispatcher.
 
 
 
 NOTE: Another 'sign' of a stroke is
 1. Ask the person to 'stick' out their tongue.
2. If the tongue is 'crooked', if it goes to one side or the other that is also an indication of a stroke.
 
 

Dead Boy rises for a "Drink"

Dead Boy rises for a " Drink "

Ok, this zombie thing is really getting out of hand…In a case that seems almost too
unbelievable to be true – Brazilian news media claimed that 2 year old Kelvin Santos
stopped breathing during treatment for pneumonia at a hospital in Belem, northern
Brazil.
 
 

 
He was declared dead at 7.40pm on Friday and his body was handed over to his family
in a plastic bag. But an hour before his funeral was due to take place on Saturday the boy apparently
sat up in his coffin and said: ‘Daddy, can I have some water?’.
The boy’s father, Antonio Santos, said: “Everybody started to scream, we couldn’t
believe our eyes. Then we thought a miracle had taken place and our boy had come
back to life. “Everyone was shocked, some people fainted and others started praying and praising
God. Mr. Santos immediately gave him a cup of water, then the boy layed down and
didn’t move again. Kelvin’s father rushed him back to the hospital in Belem, where
the doctors reexamined the boy. However, doctors confirmed again that he had no
signs of life. The child had been dead for about 20 hours before he rose.
Later that day, the boy’s family decided to delay the funeral for an hour in the hope
that he would wake up again, but ended up burying him at 5pm that day in a local
cemetery.

Saturday, 8 September 2012

The Hanged Elephant(Poor Mary)

The hanged Elephant:


          In 1916 13 of september , an Entra ordinary incident took place at Tennesse, an elephant was hanged
for killing her trainer. Her snap shot is given below:
Snap Shot:


Mary-The Elephant
A number of Ervinites would liked to have the story burried and never heard of again.

          In some writings about Mary it is speculated that she was a 'killer elephant' that had been sold from one circus to another. That is not true. Mary had been with the Spark's circus for twenty years, as their first wild animal. Charles Sparks and his wife, Addie, were very caring people. They saw that the animals connected with their show were well cared for. The trainers were instructed to use 'gentling care.'

The Spark's show played in Jenkins, Kentucky, then on to St. Paul, Virginia where they connected with the Clinchfield Railroad on September 9, 1916. Late in the summer, Louis Reed, the regular elephant trainer, had to leave the show. Paul Jacoby, who had previously been the elephant trainer, took over the job. By the time they got to St. Paul they needed an 'under keeper' for the elephants.

      On Sunday, October 10th or Monday September 11th, Walter "Red" Eldridge was hired as 'under keeper.' Ruth has spent many hours trying to get the background of Red Eldridge. His age was estimated as between 23 and 38 years. He was hired in St. Paul but apparently had no family there. It was learned that he had been working in a hotel in St. Paul before he was hired for the circus. Also, one lead was that he was from Mt. Vernon, Indiana. That was checked out with no results. His death certificate did not give names of parents or birthplace. Ruth would be very interested to learn if anyone knows anything about Red Eldridge.

       The circus went from St. Paul to Kingsport where they played on September 12th. Between shows the elephants were driven to a watering hole. On the way back to the tent, Mary went for a piece of watermelon beside the road. Red prodded her sensitive ear with a bull hook and she became enraged. She grabbed Red with her trunk and threw against a drink stand. Then she stepped on his head until it was flat.

       The people were terrified. They began screaming, "Kill the elephant!" A blacksmith tried, but the guns that day were not powerful enough. Charlie Sparks soon arrived on the scene and calmed Mary. Mayor Miller and Sheriff Hickman 'arrested' Mary and staked her by the county jail where many onlookers came by to see her. They gave a statement to the Johnson City Staff newspaper that steps would be taken to see that the elephant did not come into contact with the people of Johnson City.

       That night, Charlie and Addie Sparks had to make the most difficult decision of their circus careers. After all those years with Mary they had become so attached to her, but they couldn't take a chance that she might harm a circus patron. They decided to have her destroyed. But how were they to destroy a 7500 pound elephant? Shooting her in four soft spots on her head might have worked but was too risky with the crowd of curiosity seekers that the story attracted. She was too smart to eat food laced with cyanide.

        In 1903, an elephant  had been electrocuted at Coney Island, with the help of Thomas Edison. Kingsport or Erwin did not have enough electrical power for an electrocution. Clinchfield could use two engines to crush Mary, or the derrick could be used for hanging her. Technically, Mary killed Red in Kingsport, so Sullivan County should be where she met her fate.

        The summer of 1916 had torrential rains that caused floods and washouts on the railroad tracks. Clinchfield would not risk sending its derrick car 80 miles, round trip, north to Kingsport when it might be needed south, over the Blue Ridge Mountains into North Carolina. Before midnight on September 12th Charlie Sparks made the decision to take Mary to Erwin to be hanged. That decision would also hang on Erwin the fame of elephant killer for the next 80 years.

        Wednesday, September 13th was overcast from several days of rain. The five elephants were moved from the circus lot to the railroad siding where the hanging was to take place. It was about 5 PM. Mary's foot was chained to the track and the derrick chain put on her neck. A witness described the derrick chain breaking as she was lifted. The reason, the ankle chain had not been released. The witness said he could hear the ankle tendons being torn. When the chain broke, Mary fell back on the track and was stunned and not able to get up. They quickly got another chain around her neck and hoisted her into the air once more. Within a few minutes she was dead. Mary was buried on railroad property near where she was hanged. A few people today say they can point to the spot. No one has ever been allowed to dig up her bones.

         Today if an elephant is judged to be dangerous it would be an entirely different story. Because at the present time there are sanctuaries for old, sick, and needy animals. One such place is the Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee. It is located at Hohenwald, in Lewis County. They now have two elephants and room to expand to care for as many as ten more. If such a place had existed in 1916 perhaps Mary could have been sent there and today Erwin would not be known as the town that hanged the elephant.

 V.Dawn Barrel Wrote poem for the poor elephant


Black Blob(Mysterious blob)

Mysterious BlackBlob

 
"They can offer me double the fare, but if La Mancha Negra is bad I won't drive. It's not worth dying for" said Orlando Acevedo, a taxi driver.
What in the black blob...?

in 1992CARACAS, Venezuela - The driving is easy. The road is smooth. Suddenly the car spins and swirls out of control as it skates along a layer of goo that mysteriously covers highways here.
 
The Black Blob

 
Venezuelans call the goo La Mancha Negra - the black stain - but it's really more like a blob, a thick black sludge with the consistency of chewing gum. No one knows what it is. No one knows where it comes from. No one knows how to get rid of it.

Some say it's oil oozing from poorly made asphalt. Others say it's oil falling from overworked car engines. It could be burned rubber from frayed tires. Some people think it's all of the above.

Motorists are petrified of the blob. Government officials have spent millions of dollars trying to find out what it is, using local experts and others from the U.S., Canada and Europe.

They've formed a national commission to study the blob, and even a federal judge is investigating.

"We don't know what it is. We clean it away and it comes back the next day. It's frightening," said Arturo Carvajal, an engineer and vice president of a company trying to remove the goo from a major Caracas highway.

PRESSURIZED WATER:

Carvajal's company and others have tried washing the blob away with pressurized water and detergent. They've tried blowing it away with pressurized air.

They've tried drying it up with piles of pulverized limestone. And they've scraped it away by repeatedly replacing the top layer of

asphalt on some blob-infested highways.

At various times, the government has declared victory, only to have La Mancha Negra return bigger and worse than ever. And it's reproducing, somehow moving from one highway to the next throughout Venezuela.

The blob also is a killer: More than 1,800 motorists have died in the past five years on one eight-mile stretch of blob-covered highway between Caracas and the city's international airport.

"Driving with La Mancha Negra is like driving in a grand prix. You've got to be careful, or you'll die," said Antonio Perez, a taxi driver who frequently deals with the blob on the airport highway.
 
                              

FIVE-YEAR MYSTERY:

It was on this road five years ago that La Mancha Negra first appeared. The government was patching the 30-year-old concrete highway with asphalt when the first shiny blotches appeared. Few Venezuelans took notice. The blob was in its infancy.

At first the blob covered 50 yards. Then 100 yards. Then a mile. And now eight miles, though the blob contracts and expands depending on the weather. Rain and heat make the substance grow; cold and dryness make it shrink. The blob also seems to like it best in tunnels, and it prefers the uphill lanes on grades rather than level roads.

In a nation where corruption is endemic, many Venezuelans think someone made big money - and unexpectedly created the blob - by laying cheap asphalt that bleeds oil when the temperature rises. Others think someone is making big money by repeatedly botching the repair job.

That's where the judge comes in. He has been investigating charges of corruption since last year, but no one has been fingered. Not the Ministry of Transportation and Communications, which is responsible for taking care of the nation's highways. Not the Venezuelan national oil company, which provided the asphalt.

"There could be corruption, but who knows for sure? Everybody is giving a different explanation. It's a total mystery," said Ruth Capriles, Venezuela's foremost whistle-blower and author of the two-volume "Corruption Dictionary," a compendium of the nation's worst cases of graft.

Capriles, like most Venezuelans, has pet theories about La Mancha Negra. She thinks political opponents of President Carlos Andres Perez may be dumping oil on the roads to make his government look bad. And then there is the theory that raw sewage from slums somehow is flowing under the roads and triggering a chemical reaction in the asphalt.

AS SLICK AS ICE:

Whatever the source of La Mancha Negra, it makes driving hell. Motorists say roads become as slick as ice when the blob is at full strength. Drivers slow to a snail's pace, and they don't dare hit the brakes or turn quickly for fear of doing a 360 and ending up in the trees.

On the airport road, where multiple-car pile-ups are common, huge red signs warn motorists to slow down and drive with caution. Four nights a week, the uphill side of the road is closed while 50 workers wash, blow, scrape and pulverize the blob.

Workers say they finally had the monster on the ropes in April, when they covered it with crushed limestone. It shriveled and shrunk and all but disappeared. But when motorists complained that dust made it difficult to breathe, the blob was given a reprieve.
Now, workers are out of answers. That makes Venezuelans tremble

Poor Robber who broke into hair saloon

Poor Robber who broke into hair saloon:


     A Russian man who tried to rob a hair salon ended up as the victim when the female shop owner overpowered him, tied him up naked and then used him as a sex slave for three days.
     Viktor Jasinski, 32, admitted to police that he had gone to the salon in Meshchovsk, Russia, with the intention of robbing it. But the tables were turned dramatically when he found himself overcome by owner Olga Zajac, 28, who happened to be a black belt in karate.
 
 

She allegedly floored the would-be robber with a single kick.
Then, in a scene reminiscent of Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction, police say Zajac dragged the semi-conscious Jasinski to a back room of the salon and tied him up with a hair dryer cable.
      She allegedly stripped him naked and, for the next three days, used him as a sex slave to 'teach him a lesson' - force feeding him Viagra to keep the lesson going. The would-be robber was eventually released, with Zajak saying he had learned his lesson.Jasinski went straight to the police and told them of his back-room ordeal, saying that he had been held hostage, handcuffed naked to a radiator, and fed nothing but Viagra. (both have now been arrested).
    When police arrived to question Zahjac, she said: 'What a bastard. Yes, we had sex a couple of times. But I bought him new jeans, gave him food and even gave him 1,000 roubles when he left.

 



Intel Powered Smart Phones(Intel)

Intel Powered Smart Phone:

Now days smart phone are getting common and are becoming part of our life.
Intel Also introduces a smart phone to meet our needs. As you are getting tired of old one's,
these new one's are so smart and amazing.

Intel Powered smart phone's:

Smartphones and tablets running Intel's chips will enter the mobile market early next year, posing a challenge to the dominance of Apple's iPhone and iPad, US media ...
reported Wednesday.


 
       Technology Review, a magazine published by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, said it had tested prototype smartphones and tablets equipped with Intel's latest mobile chip, dubbed Medfield. The products run Google's Android mobile operating system, reported Xinhua.
"We expect products based on these to be announced in the first half of 2012," Stephen Smith, vice president of Intel's architecture group, told the magazine.
The prototype products are known as "reference designs" which are sent out to make a pitch for persuading manufacturers to build their devices around Intel's technology.
According to Technology Review, the phone prototype was similar in dimensions to the iPhone 4 but noticeably lighter.
 
      The phone was powerful and pleasing to use, at par with the latest iPhone and Android handsets. It could play Blu-Ray-quality video and stream it to a TV if desired; Web browsing was smooth and fast, said the review.
       An outstanding feature of the phone is its camera's "burst mode" which can capture 10 full-size eight-megapixel images at a rate of 15 per second, it noted.
Intel's tablet, running the latest version of Android system, has a slightly larger screen than the iPad 2 but is about the same thickness and weight. The review said a limited trial suggested it was nicer to use than older tablets based on older versions of Android.
Intel has tested its reference handset against a handful of the leading phones on sale today and the tests show that Medfield offers faster browsing and graphics performance and lower power consumption than the top three, Smith told Technology Review.
In September, Intel announced a partnership with Google to enable the Android system to support the world's largest chip maker's architectures.

As we know that Intel has been struggling to get a bite of the booming market of smartphones and tablets. Most of the current mobile devices use chips based on architecture from ARM Holdings, which are considered more power efficient than Intel's products. Nokia had planned to ship smartphones with Intel chips this year, but it shifted to ARM-based phones with Windows Phone 7 system.
 
 

Friday, 7 September 2012

iPad VS HpTc 1100

Comparison between Apple I pad and HP-TC1100:

HP-TC 1100:

                  
         The HP Compaq TC1100 is a full-function notebook PC delivering performance and compatibility in fast-paced business environments. The HP Compaq TC1100 is an innovative form factor offering mobility and versatility for business computing. In addition, the tablet provides warm swap battery support - simply swap low batteries with a fully charged battery while in stand-by mode. Removable keyboard provides the ability to change from tablet mode to notebook PC mode at the flip of a switch. Docking solution (optional) provides unprecedented desktop flexibility. Integrated wireless LAN (select models) maximizes mobility in a business setting.
 

Apple I-Pad:

The Ipad is launched by Apple company. Its quit similar to or you can call it a tablet PC.
Very likely to tablet PC’s it can have brilliant softwares and E-Books, you can enjoy music,
 Many applications, watch movies, periodicals and web contents as well. Its size is comparitively small and its weight fall between other contemporary smartphones and laptops etc.
Like iPhone and iPod touch, its also controlled by multitouch display, it also contains Wi-Fi and cellular models. Whereas the Wi-Fi connection is used to access the Local Area Networks and internet.

However, there is a seven year difference between the launching dates of I-Pad and HP TC 1100.