Thursday, December 23, 2010

Law of the Land, The Kids Are Alright, -and- Can You Hear Me Now?

Law of the Land - jurors in murder trial forced to work through the night to accommodate the judge's vacation schedule
The Kids Are Alright - 8-year-olds publish study in top science journal
Can You Hear Me Now? - listening bugs found in Charlotte's town offices

On this day in history: December 23, - Actor Christian Slater arrested while trying to board a plane with a semiautomatic firearm. He is sentenced to community service.

Born on this day in history: December 23, 1964 - Eddie Vedder (1964 - ) Born Edward Louis Severson in Evanston, Illinois, rocker Eddie Vedder shot to the top of the music charts when he fronted the band Pearl Jam in 1990. Vedder and his group became leaders of the grunge movement with their first album, Ten (1991), which became an instant hit. Vedder went on to contribute to several soundtracks such as Dead Man Walking, I Am Sam, and Into the Wild.

Scripture of the Day:

Video of the Day: - Submitted by Frank

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

Technology News
Skype still down for millions
Some Twitter users hit by outage
Republicans vow to take down Net Neutrality rules