Facebook is making it easier to say "Happy Birthday" to the special people in your life.
The world's biggest social network has introduced a "birthday video cam" function that lets you record a video message -- maybe you'll sing that famous song? -- and post it to the timeline of a friend or family member. Facebook says you can complete the process in about as much time as it takes to blow out the candles on birthday cake.
“A list of top ten actors” or a “list of top ten football players” or a list of “hottest teen pop sensations”… what its the most common thing in all these? A List. But today what we are presenting here is not some short, peppy, trendy list but a long, exhaustive and interesting one.
We have all become so dependent on technology that it has almost become enslaving. Yes our constant connectivity to our mobile phones, our addiction to the phablet and the big time tuning in to Facebook has actually made us realize that we have somehow become overtly linked to technology over the last half a decade or so.
Physicists have been buzzing (or rather, tweeting) about the possibility that the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) experiment finally discovered gravitational waves. LIGO has been searching for these cosmic ripples for over a decade. Last September, it upgraded to Advanced-LIGO, a more sensitive system that's also better at filtering out noise.
Last week, we were blown away by a photograph from Mike Mezeul II depicting a storm over White Sands National Monument. We looked in a bit more on Mezeul’s portfolio and were amazed at what we saw.