Wednesday, January 05, 2011

The Mask, The Kids Are Alright, -and- Crime and Punishment

The Mask - best criminal disguises of 2010
The Kids Are Alright - 13-year-old girl rescues sisters from burning home
Crime and Punishment - D.C. wants to rehabilitate juvenile delinquents with yoga

On this day in history: January 5, 1996 - In Gaza, Israeli intelligence agents blow off the head of terrorist Yahya Ayyash, The Engineer, with a remote control cellphone bomb using plastic explosives. Ayyash purportedly ran the Hamas military wing, and was a proficient bomb maker; 100,000 people attended his funeral.

Born on this day in history: January 5, 1946 - Diane Keaton (1946 - ) Born Diane Hall in Los Angeles, actress Diane Keaton starred in several of Woody Allen's best-known films, including, Annie Hall (1977), which earned her a Best Actress Oscar. She also appeared in the 1972 hit, The Godfather and its sequels. Keaton now splits her time between acting and directing.

Scripture of the Day

Videos of the Day - Submitted by Cindy

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

Technology News
MySpace planning huge layoffs
Toyota Entune syncs phone to car
Samsung's SH100 camera wirelessly syncs with smartphones