Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Catch Me If You Can, Law of the Land, -and- Smile for the Camera

Catch Me If You Can - teen tricks aviation executives into believing he was a tycoon about to launch his own airline
Law of the Land - Federal judge tosses lawsuit against Proposition 8
Smile for the Camera - monkey caught on tape burglarizing business

On this day in history: July 21, 1925 - John Scopes is found guilty of teaching evolution in a Tennessee public school. The jury fines him $100.

Born on this day in history: July 21, 1899 - Ernest Hemingway (1899 - 1961) Born in Oak Park, Illinois, writer Ernst Hemingway served in an ambulance corps in World War I. Later based in Paris, he was part of Gertrude Stein’s expatriate circle. His first novel, "The Sun Also Rises" (1926) gained instant acclaim and "A Farewell to Arms" (1929) put him in the front ranks. In 1927, Hemingway settled in the U.S.

Scripture of the Day: Do not merely listen to the word, and so deceive yourselves. Do what it says. — James 1:22

Video of the Day: Mice vs. Scorpion - submitted by Cindy

Imagine my surprise when I encountered this scene while driving to my office this morning! Click to enlarge.

Technology News
Virus spreads on promises of naked ESPN star
Google flies you to the moon
Kazaa to insert music fees into phone bill

iPhone News
Fix iPhone Visual Voice mail service problems
Universal to launch iPhone app that controls Blu-ray content