While the entire science community was raving about the Curiosity landing on Mars – the internet was going berserk for one Mohawk-ed scientist from NASA called Bobak Ferdowsi. Yes, you read that right.
Bobak Ferdowsi was the flight director on the Mars Sciences Laboratory Curiosity mission and has attracted, well, more than his share of attention for his chiseled good looks and his hairstyle. Yes, you read that right too, for his hairstyle. With a Mohawk, shaven hair dyed red with stars bleached into it, Bobak is a far cry from what scientists were portrayed some time ago. In fact, some have gone on to call him the picture of a scientist today.
When it comes to technology and oomph, Apple is the word. The very word brings to mind chic technology and classiness. But when it comes to their labor force, specifically the one in china, nothing short of ‘deplorable’ describes their condition.
New York-based China Labor Watch said a four-month investigation of 10 suppliers to Apple in southern and eastern China uncovered violations of workers’ rights, including excessive overtime and hazardous work conditions.
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Just like Google celebrates all the big days everywhere – this year the Valentine’s Day is no different! Google has released their Doodle for Valentine’ day and it’s already live in most of the world!
The Doodle includes Tony Bennett’s hit ‘Cold, Cold Heart’ and focuses on a young boy and girl. The young boy tries to get the girl’s attention and her heart but she keeps ignoring him. The end also features other Doodle couples like Alien/Human, Cat/Dog, Man/Man, Woman/Woman and more. At the end of the Doodle, Google provides the search results for the big day – Valentine’s Day!
Watch Google’s sweet Valentine Doodle and melt in a puddle! Here’s to a very Happy Valentine’s day to you and your loved ones!
This is interesting, guess who is the most important person on Google+?
Uh, none other than Facebook’s founder Mark Zuckerberg! A site called socialstatistics.com has started tracking the most followed on Google+. The site’s description suggests it tracks just the top 100 users on Google + MORE