Friday, May 17, 2013

Google glasses

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Google is working with Chinese manufacturing giant Foxconn to assemble Google Glass in the United States, Bradshaw’s sources tell him Google is making Glass at a facility in Santa Clara, California.

The rationale is that Glass is a new technology and Google wants its engineers to be close by for any tweaking that needs to be done.

 The components and parts for Glass will still come from Asia.

The construction of Glass will happen in California. Google Glass is Google’s first crack at making its own wearable computers.

PUNJAB 1984 Poem Written by Anmol Vig

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HUMAN RIGHTS WERE ABUSED
BODIES WERE BURNT ALIVE
SIKHS WERE KILLED IN THOUSANDS

WOMEN WERE RAPED
CRIME WAS PROMOTED
AND A COMMUNI


TY WAS TARGETED AND THAT WAS MINE ...
THAT WAS MINE....RIP SIKHS 84



PUNJAB 1984

KAR DITA NI PUNJAB TABHA NI CONGRESSEY
DELHI WICH KATLEY AAM KARVYAA TEH CONGRESSEY


KYO MAAVA NU SADDIYA VAIDHVA BNAYAA NI CONGRESSEY
 

INDRA PICHEY KHOON KYO BHAYAA NI CONGRESSEY 


GURU GHAR TEH KAR VAAR TUSI APMAAN KITTA EH
SINGHAA DI PAGREEYAA TEH VAAR KITA EH .....

GOBIND RAMM TEH TYTLOR VARGEY BACH JAAN KIVE CONGRESSEY 

HASS KEY DHIYAA DA ASSRAA LEH GYI EH CONGRESSEY 


KEHDEY NE BHARAAT DESH HAI MERA TEH PUCHDA EH ANMOL KYO SADDI COMM NU NISHANA BNAYAA EH CONGRESSEY.....

SADDI COMM NU NISHANA BNAYA EH CONGRESSEY....

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THESE WORDS DOESNT NEED ANY MEANINGS BECAUSE THESE ARE MOST TOUCHING CHAPTER FOR ME IN THE HISTORY OF WORLD AND SIKHISM.....WHATEVER HAPPENED
HOPE MY WORDS EXPRESS WHAT I FELT WHEN I GOT TO KNOW ABOUT 84

"Google glasses" FACEBOOK and Twitter have launched applications for Google glasses

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FACEBOOK and Twitter have launched applications for Google glasses as developers rushed to learn more about tailoring software for the internet-linked eyewear yet to hit the market.

Tosha Thakkar: "Terrible way to Die",Daniel Stani-Reginald sentenced to at least 30 years' jail

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A Sydney storeman has been sentenced to at least 30 years' jail for the "planned and premeditated" rape and murder of an Indian student, who he strangled to death with a cable, stuffed into a suitcase and dumped in a canal off the Parramatta River.
Daniel Stani-Reginald, 21, and his victim, accountancy student Tosha Thakkar, lived in neighbouring apartments in a boarding house on Edwin Street, Croydon in Sydney's inner west.
The callousness of the act is disclosed in the calm manner in which the offender booked the taxi and took the body to Meadowbank. 
On the morning of March 9, 2011 Stani-Reginald waited for his victim's roommate to leave and then confronted Ms Thakkar as she walked back from a communal bathroom.




He then raped and assaulted Ms Thakkar and strangled her with a black coaxial cable.


Ms Thakkar's body was discovered in a large black-cloth case floating in a canal near Meadowbank Park by workmen undertaking regular maintenance on an oil line.
"The offender strangled her, an extraordinary cruel act," Sentencing Judge Derek Price told the NSW Supreme Court.


The court heard that the crimes had a "strong sexual element" and that Stani-Reginald had been planning them for months beforehand. He viewed thousands of disturbing internet articles and websites on serial killers and notorious rapists.
These included infamous Australian cases such as Dean Shillingsworth, the murdered toddler whose body was dumped in a suitcase.
He also read judgments on the sentences of notorious killers and viewed pornography relating to Indian women.
"There's documented evidence that he had been planning the murder for a number of years prior," Justice Price said.
"The callousness of the act is disclosed in the calm manner in which the offender booked the taxi and took the body to Meadowbank. His lack of empathy is evident from the articles he viewed online before and after the murders."
The court heard that a number of psychiatrists examined Stani-Reginald over the course of his criminal history. All but one found that while Stani-Reginald was disturbed, there was no clear evidence of a mental disorder or psychosis, even though as a child his father had murdered his mother.
Justice Price found that the 21-year-old had demonstrated no contrition or remorse and represented a serious threat to the community.
"The offender's prospects of rehabilitation are very poor. His juvenile record is replete with his refusals to accept assistance," Justice Price said.
"I'm satisfied that there's a real risk that the offender will reoffend with acts of violence and sexual assault."
Nevertheless, his honour stopped short of sentencing Stani-Reginald to life as prosecutors had suggested, finding that the offender's young age meant such a sentence could equate to as much as 60 years in jail.
He sentenced the 21-year-old to a maximum of 45 years in jail with a minimum non-parole period of 30 years.
With time served, Stani-Reginald will be eligible for parole in March 2041.


Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/a-terrible-way-to-die-storeman-jailed-for-murdering-indian-neighbour-20130517-2jqls.html#ixzz2TXswGGcw

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Angelina Jolie's Double Mastectomy

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They praised the Hollywood actress’s courage and said she would dramatically raise the profile of the genetic defect that means some women are much more likely to develop breast cancer.
Wendy Watson, who founded the UK’s National Hereditary Breast Cancer Helpline after she underwent a double mastectomy aged 37 in 1992, welcomed Jolie’s move.
Mrs Watson, from near Bakewell in Derbyshire, said: "It is excellent because it is the highest profile you can get for it.
"It raises the profile for other women to look to if they have a family history and would benefit from being screened more frequently, or having surgery or having a genetic test.
"She [Jolie] probably feels that undergoing the operation is common sense but it probably does take a certain amount of courage to face it."

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