Tuesday, January 04, 2011

The Law Won, The Birds II, -and- Can You Hear Me Now?

The Law Won - Sheriff Joe introduces all-female chain gang
The Birds II - hundreds of birds drop from sky over Louisiana
Can You Hear Me Now? - California Supreme Court allows searches of cell phones without warrants

On this day in history: January 4, 1986 - Phil Lynott, founder of heavy metal band "Thin Lizzy", dies from heart failure brought on by a drug overdose.

Born on this day in history: January 4, 1643 - Sir Isaac Newton (1643 - 1727) Born in Lincolnshire, England, physicist and mathematician Isaac Newton studied at Cambridge and is one of history's foremost scientists. After discovering the laws of gravity in 1665-6, Newton studied the nature of light and, in 1687, wrote his famous "Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy."

Scripture of the Day

Video of the Day - Submitted by Laura - Eric Johnson will headline "Guitar Masters" at Laxon Auditorium, CSUC, on the 20th of this month! Andy McKee and Peppino D'Agistino are also featured. Read more about this concert in my Calendar of North State Events!

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

Technology News
Track anything (or anyone) with Garmin's GPS locator
Kodak launches new waterproof pocket HD camcorder
Spot announces satellite-add-on for Android phones