Daily Archives: July 31, 2015

A Mother Breastfeeds Too Soon After Fake Tanning… Then THIS Happens.

A mother shared a hilarious “epic parenting fail” moment earlier this week, which promptly went viral.

Gemma Colley, from England, posted a photo on The Unmumsy Mum Facebook page of her baby son with a fake tanned face after she accidentally breastfed him a little too soon after getting a spray tan.

Thankfully, Colley saw the funny side of what she described as her “epic parenting fail” and laughed about it, along with the rest of the world.

1. A British mother has shared a picture of her baby boy, who accidentally received a fake tan “five o’clock shadow” after she breastfed him a little too soon after having a spray tan.

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A Mother Breastfeeds Too Soon After Fake Tanning... Then THIS Happens.Alongside her image on Facebook, Colley wrote:
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‘Rowdy’ Roddy Piper dead at 61


Rowdy Roddy Piper.

Rowdy Roddy Piper.

Wrestling superstar “Rowdy” Roddy Piper has died at age 61. Multiple reports indicate that Piper died in his sleep from a heart attack.

“Rod passed peacefully in his sleep last night,” Piper’s agent Jay Schacter told Variety. “I am shocked and beyond devastated.”

Upon learning of his death, WWE chairman Vince McMahon tweeted that Piper was “one of the most entertaining, controversial and bombastic performers ever in WWE beloved by millions of fans around the world.”

Piper, whose real name was Roddy Toombs, is a member of the WWE Hall of Fame, and was one of the core members of the ’80s-era WWE (then known as the WWF). He competed in the very first Wrestlemania, working a faux-Scottish angle, and quickly became one of the sport’s most hated villains.

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New Brain Chip Implant So Tiny, You Wouldn’t Know You Were Implanted

brain chip implant

A new and emerging technology is paving the way for a new brain chip implant that is so microscopic, you wouldn’t even know if you had been implanted.  The technology would effectively make you half-human, half-computer.

From Natural News [1]:

Researchers from the University of California, Berkeley (UCB), have come up with a concept they’ve dubbed “neural dust” that they say can be implanted into people’s brains for data collection purposes. And the technology is reportedly so small that humans wouldn’t even know it was inside their heads.

Using a special wire apparatus, the neural dust can be “dipped” into a person’s cerebral cortex, report scientists, where it would remain embedded indefinitely. And since it’s powered by special piezoelectric materials, this dust wouldn’t require a recharge, which means once it’s there, it’s there for good.

According to reports, this neural dust contains a complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) that allows it to monitor and track a person’s brain activity. After gathering this data, the dust then transmits it to a special transmitter installed on a person’s scalp.

Here’s how The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) describes the technology:

“Thousands of biologically neutral microsensors, on the order of one-tenth of a millimeter (approximately the thickness of a human hair), would convert electrical signals into ultrasound that could be read outside the brain.”

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Privacy and targeting are among new video controls for Facebook Pages

Privacy and targetting are among new video controls for Facebook PagesIt might not sound very Facebook-ish to introduce tools that allow users to throttle down the number of people who see their posts, but that’s what Facebook announced on Tuesday.

In a release, Facebook announced two new updates that give publishers more control over how their videos are organized and who can see them.

One update is a new video library that gives publishers a streamlined, centralized place to manage their videos.

The other update is an upload feature that gives Page owners the ability to customize video distribution options, including secret videos and the ability to prohibit embeds on third-party sites.

Facebook says that page owners can now:

  • Restrict the audience of a video by age and gender (in addition to location and language, which are already available).
  • Set an expiration date for a video and retain its insights, even after the video has been removed.
  • Publish video directly to the Videos tab for your Page, without distributing to News Feed or Timeline.
  • Allow or prohibit video embeds on third-party sites.

Other new features include the ability to use custom thumbnails with your own or suggested images, and video categorization through the use of labels based on interest categories, including Entertainment and News.

The appeal of setting age limits is clear: plenty of videotaped material is inappropriate for youngsters.

Of course, Facebook’s age verification techniques have been notably ineffective.

Its policy is that users have to be over the age of 13, but that is probably more to do with a US law about children’s online privacy than with Facebook thinking it’s not a safe place for kids.

It’s admitted that it has no technical means to age-verify.

The presence of lots of underage kids on Facebook is well-known: reports from 2013 estimated that over 38% of Facebook users under the age of 18 were actually under the age of 13.

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British man receives world’s first bionic eye implant for macular degeneration

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