Thursday, May 10, 2012

In the News Today
  • Homeland Insecurity - TSA tags 18-month-old baby as terrorist, orders off plane
  • No Cause for Celebration - NY town cancels Memorial Day, 4th of July, Thanksgiving
  • Can You Hear Me Now? - NJ town to ticket pedestrians for texting, talking while walking

    Technology in the News Today
  • Researchers Develop Wallpaper That Blocks Wi-Fi Signals
  • Google Maps for Android Adds Local Offers, Indoor Directions
  • Free, Browser-Based "Wolfenstein 3D" Released by Bethesda

    Born on this Day in History: May 10, 1957 - Sid Vicious was born John Simon Ritchie in London. As a high school dropout, his "punk" look captured the eye of Malcom McLaren, creator of the Sex Pistols.

    On this Day in History: May 10, 1941 - Running out of fuel and unable to find a suitable spot to land his Messerschmitt, Deputy Fuhrer Rudolf Hess bails out over Scotland. When Hess claims to have made the trip in order to negotiate a peace treaty with England, the Nazis declare that he was a psychotic who "lived in a state of hallucination." After the war, Hess is confined to Spandau Prison until his apparent suicide in 1987.

    Scripture of the Day
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