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Kills Punching Wife Posts Photo In Facebook

In Interesting and funny on August 9, 2013 at 08:55

In a weird case, a man killed his wife and posted it in Facebook!

Man Kills wife ,posts in Facebook..

Man Kills wife ,posts in Facebook..

I hope this makes the Judge‘s easier.

Or wold it help the accused pleading’temporarily insane?’

What wold be lost is the fact that the dead woman has been abusing her husband.

Story:

A dead woman’s bloody body lay sprawled out on a kitchen floor in a gruesome photo posted to her husband’s Facebook page, along with a harrowing confession.

“Im going to prison or death sentence for killing my wife love you guys miss you guys takecare Facebook people you will see me in the news.”

Derek Medina, 31, of South Miami appears to have posted the grisly picture of Jennifer Alfonso about 11:30 Thursday morning.

It shows Alfonso bent backwards at the knees with blood splattered over her face and arm.

“my wife was punching me and I am not going to stand anymore with the abuse so I did what I did I hope u understand me,” he wrote.

Medina turned himself in to police Thursday and confessed that he shot his wife following a domestic dispute, local CBS-affiliate WFOR reported.

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/south-miami-man-allegedly-kills-wife-posts-pic-dead-body-article-1.1421670#ixzz2bREKewa5

 

Word War II by Facebook!

In images, Interesting and funny, News on December 11, 2012 at 13:44

LOL!

And True.

World War II Facebook 2

World War II Facebook 2

World War ii Facebook 3

World War ii Facebook 3

http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/2CxcWn/:1xkY$e_Gd:6q78JhL1/lol.desire-z.us/2011/11/this-war.html/

 

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Microsoft to Produce Thriller Movies

In Gadgets on September 20, 2012 at 18:52

 

Microsoft is planning to produce Hollywood type Films on the lines of ‘Survivor’,C.S.I’

 

This is to help  the creation of original video content that will be available through Microsoft’s Xbox, as well as other devices that connect to it, including PCs, tablets, and smartphones.

Story:

Microsoft is making a big move into producing Hollywood-style series and movies for its Xbox platform, with the hiring of a former CBS executive who helped develop TV series such as “Survivor,” “C.S.I.,” and “Two and a Half Men.” It’s a great move for the company looking to find its place in a post-PC future.

Microsoft just hired Nancy Tellem, who will oversee the creation of original video content that will be available through Microsoft’s Xbox, as well as other devices that connect to it, including PCs, tablets, and smartphones. The Los Angeles Times reports that Tellem had been with CBS since 1997 and was in charge of the network’s entertainment division between 1998 and 2009. Microsoft will be building its own studio in Los Angeles, as well as making deals with existing Hollywood studios. Tellem told the Los Angeles Times that Microsoft will create “premium content” of a high enough quality to compete with cable and network TV shows. She added:

“We have large visions as to where this could all go. Building up a studio in Los Angeles with a significant financial commitment is very important.”

It’s not clear yet whether the video content will be free and ad-supported, available on a subscription basis, or avaialble as pay-per-view.”

Source:Computer World Blogs.com

 

Now DNA Tests Go On Wheels!

In Family, Interesting and funny, Science on August 18, 2012 at 08:55

 

DNA TRUCK jpg.

DNA Truck

Now the suspicion of parents on their children‘s lineage hs grown to such an urgency that a Truck equipped with DNA Test Equipment  has started rolling .

 

Sign of Times?

Quotes:

 

‘The “Who’s Your Daddy” recreational vehicle is selling DNA tests, mostly to fathers who suspect their children may not actually be theirs.

“They flag us down, they pull us over, they talk to us,” owner and operator Jared Rosenthal said Wednesday. “Sometimes, because of the nature of the services, they want to be a little more discreet about it, but they do come or they’ll call the number.”

In this business, Rosenthal said he deals with all kinds of crazy situations all day, every day.

“We have people that want to get the specimen from their spouse without them knowing about it,” Rosenthal said. “We deal with a lot of drama, it’s constant drama.”

There have been instances where men have walked in with a baby to give DNA samples only to find out later they’re not related.

When asked by CBS 2’s Dave Carlin why he was taking the DNA test from the traveling truck, one unidentified man explained, “I’m paying child support anyways and I would do it anyways. You just want to know.”

“There’s a lot of difficult situations and tough moments and heartbreak,” Rosenthal said, adding that there are happy endings as well. “There’s a lot of good news that we’re able to deliver and there’s a lot of happy moments.”

For example, the test helped a 44-year-old Harlem man find his long lost 20-year-old daughter.

Rosenthal maintained that his credentials are legitimate and that his business is legal. In fact, he said he believes he is providing an essential service.

“It’s not something people talk about, but there is a big need for it,” he said.

Inwood resident Kesha Veras agreed.

http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2012/08/15/whos-your-daddy-truck-offers-answers-with-dna-tests/

 

Smartphone Virus Warning. Video.

In Gadgets, internet on September 20, 2011 at 22:33

Latest warning issued by CBS.

Related:

Smartphones are a craze that’s sweeping the world, and we are yet to see any indication this is going to change in the foreseeable future. This can only be a good thing – it gives you the chance to have the computer you dreamt of a few years ago in your pocket and do all the fancy stuff you want to do while on the go. Mind, this is only the beginning and these smart devices are getting better all the time, so more features are on the way – and more features translate into more opportunities, while more opportunities ensure that we are going to store additional and potentially sensitive information on our smartphones. And here comes the issue with smartphone security – a problem that is grossly underestimated by most users, which is really surprising given the fact that a few viruses have already managed to breach the security of various mobile OSs.

http://www.phonearena.com/news/Smartphone-viruses—threats-malwares-and-cures_id17695

According to McAfee, the most vulnerable smartphone features include:

  • Text messages
  • Contacts
  • Video
  • Phone transcriptions
  • Call history
  • Documentation
  • Buffer overflows

The outbreak might not be contained to the smartphone either.

Most of the current generation of smartphones have mini usb connectors. The connector not only allow the devices to be charged, but also allows them to be plugged into a desktop computer for data syncing. This could allow a virus to be transferred to your desktop or laptop from your smartphone.  (I also plug my smartphone into my car’s usb connector to charge. Could a virus be uploaded into it?)

So, what should smartphone owners do? While many companies have developed anti-virus software for smartphones, I suggest simply using the same safe computing practices one uses with their desktop:

  • Be wary of email attachments, even if they come from friends
  • Obtain applications from trusted sources
  • Keep your sensitive data safe
  • Protect your passwords
  • Be careful using open wifi networks.


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