Happy Easter To All and Sundry

Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior, walked on Earth, teaching and healing and demonstrating for all of us the essence of Love. And for this, He was captured, tortured and murdered in the most gruesome fashion imaginable. He was made to suffer more than any person before or since. It was the greatest crime in the history of humanity; the created slaughtered the Creator, and He offered … Continue reading Happy Easter To All and Sundry

Bubba’s Laws of Intelligence (and/or stupidity)

Originally posted on Ubiquitous Bubba's Blog:
Zeroth law of intelligence: If two systems are in intellectual equilibrium with a third system, they must be in intellectual equilibrium with each other. This law helps define the notion of intellect. The hypothesis is intended to allow the existence of an empirical parameter, the intellect, as a property of a system such that systems in intellectual equilibrium with each… Continue reading Bubba’s Laws of Intelligence (and/or stupidity)

Youth To Business Forum 2014

Wow! What an amazing day! My sincere appreciation to the organisers of this wonderful event. The Youth To Business Forum is a trademark event of AIESEC. Today, being the 19th day of April 2014, AIESEC Mauritius organised the Youth To Business Forum at the widely known MCB oval-shaped headquater. It was a nice experience. Have you ever attended an event that speaks to the inner … Continue reading Youth To Business Forum 2014

Google Glass Gets More iPhone-Friendly

Originally posted on Tech:
Google Glass is no longer quite as crippled if you’re using an iPhone now that Google has released its MyGlass app for iOS. The app allows iPhone users to get turn-by-turn directions through their $1500 headgear. It also lets users “screencast” Glass video back to the iPhone, add Glass apps, and manage settings and contacts. Google Glass did work on the… Continue reading Google Glass Gets More iPhone-Friendly

This Dumb Year: The 47 Lamest Moments in Tech 2013

Originally posted on Tech:
In tech, dumb moments come in an array of flavors — but some years have definite overarching themes. 2012, for instance, was the year of the apology. And 2013 turned out to be the year that proved human beings shouldn’t be allowed to use Twitter. Or at least it kept feeling that way. Everybody kept tweeting stuff they probably came to… Continue reading This Dumb Year: The 47 Lamest Moments in Tech 2013

Samsung Is Selling a TV Bigger Than Your Bed for $150,000

Originally posted on Tech:
If Samsung’s $40,000 TV wasn’t expensive enough for you, the company has just launched an even larger television for nearly four times the price. On Monday, Samsung began selling a 4K TV (that’s a resolution of 3840-by-2160) with a 110-inch screen. Samsung says it’s roughly as large as a king-sized bed. The price, according to the Associated Press, is roughly $152,000.… Continue reading Samsung Is Selling a TV Bigger Than Your Bed for $150,000

Compared: The Best Music Services

Originally posted on Tech:
In 2001 iTunes arrived on the scene and changed the way we consume music, but it’s not until recently that music services have become true challengers. Companies like Spotify, Rdio and Pandora — not to mention Google and Apple — are providing streaming alternatives to the standard methods of downloading music online. With so many choices now available, which service is best for your listening… Continue reading Compared: The Best Music Services

Facebook Sued for Scanning Private Messages

Originally posted on Business & Money:
Two Facebook users have sued the social networking site over allegations of perusing private messages to share information with advertisers and marketers — for a profit. According to the lawsuit filed in the Northern District Court of California by Matthew Campbell and Michael Hurley, the social networking site systematically scans nominally private messages to “improve its marketing algorithms and… Continue reading Facebook Sued for Scanning Private Messages

Why People Don’t Do: Doubts On The Way To Creating

Have you ever wondered why some people never get around to doing the idea they always talk about? Other people procrastinate for a while and then actually do what they said they wanted to do. Entrepreneurs are doers. So what goes on in the mind of people who turn into entrepreneurs? Imagine you’re sitting and trying to creating something by yourself and the voices inside … Continue reading Why People Don’t Do: Doubts On The Way To Creating