Monday, November 29, 2010

No Way Out, Burning Down the House, -and- Animal Kingdom

No Way Out - pensioner builds brick wall, traps himself in basement
Burning Down the House - woman sets house on fire after being locked out, police say
Animal Kingdom - Florida college student attacked by otter

On this day in history: November 29, 1961 - The US sends the chimpanzee Enos into space, on the Mercury Atlas 5 capsule from Cape Canaveral

Born on this day in history: November 29, 1832 - Louisa May Alcott (1832 - 1888) Born in Germantown, Pennsylvania, writer Louisa May Alcott worked many jobs to help support her family (1850-62), publishing under pen names beginning in 1851. In 1869, under her own name, she published Little Women, which gave her financial independence. Alcott went on to turn out a steady stream of novels and stories.

Scripture of the Day:

Video of the Day: Hummer Driving into Lake

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

Technology News
Government seized domains alleged to infringe copyright
Windows 7 Phone: jailbroken
Angry Birds Christmas edition coming soon, images rreleased