Today the entire technical system, Google, is cloud based... But there is no study on what happens in a storm... cloud formatting will go wrong, a UID card will have mistakes in the rain... some poor man's UID will go wrong... and he will be arrested...)
Vishwa Bandhu Gupta also thinks that information stored in mobile phones leaches into the phone's battery and stays there even if the SIM is destroyed. Whatever you say hangs in the air around you for an hour, and can be sucked into recording machines and played back.
In a video gone viral on the internet, Vishwa Bandhu Gupta, a former additional commissioner of income-tax, makes it clear that he thinks cloud computing is about real clouds and how data can be lost if the cloud bursts into rain.
Inside a gated fence at Alexander's Towing in Santaquin Tuesday, a Honda, Toyota, and a Ford waited to be fixed — as did a $380,000 Lamborghini Murcielago. "I couldn't believe I won it," said David Dopp, a Santaquin resident who won the car in a Maverik "Joe Schmo to Lambo" contest recently. This past Saturday, the car was given to him by the nonprofit organization teamgive during a ceremony at a Santaquin Maverick gas station.
"Yeah, I got it on Saturday and I wrecked it on Saturday," Dopp said, forcing a half smile. He was one of thousands to enter the contest. During halftime of the BYU football game on Nov. 12, he and the other 9 finalists appeared on the field at halftime. That's when it was announced he had won the car. After Dopp received the keys to the car, he started giving lots of rides to family and friends. He also took a lot of pictures. "It was kind of weird seeing a more expensive car than a house sitting in the same spot,"
Dopp said. "Usually, you see these sitting outside of mansions, not outside a little house here in Santaquin." The crash happened only six hours later. "We were coming up a hill, going around a corner; and as soon as we came up the hill, we either hit some black ice or loose gravel or something, and all of a sudden we just started spinning," Dopp recalled. "We ended up in a field, and I back-ended a couple of fence posts." The car also has a little front-end damage, a puncture in the wheel, and scratches all along the passenger side.
The car couldn't be driven, so Dopp called a towing company to pick it up. The good news in all of this is that Dopp had insurance on the car. It was one of the contest requirements before he could take the keys. "That's what insurance is for," he said. The car will be taken to a Las Vegas body shop Wednesday morning to be fixed. Dopp, who also won $5,000 worth of driving lessons at Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele County, says he'll be more careful next time.
A British woman chose an unusual way to advertise her Christmas wish list -- stringing a banner along a highway asking her husband for a divorce. The message, painted on a bedsheet hung near the side of the road in Reading, England, read: "For Xmas, Dan, Jude wants a divorce." The ticked-off wife put the message out in the wee hours of the morning, just in time for rush hour commuters to ponder the identity of the couple. One neighbor said, "It's hilarious to think this man's wife has gone to these lengths. She has obviously just had enough and wanted to vent her frustration in public."
How to prevent divorce Here are some useful tips on how to prevent divorce. Before reading the tips on how to prevent divorce from happening to you and your marriage, remember that the change should first come from you.
You cannot fix a marriage if you yourself cannot acknowledge your shortcomings. It should be a collective effort by you and your spouse.
This is the first thing that you really should keep in mind. It is about both of you both wanting to make it work still.
To really prevent divorce, the first thing that you should do is stop disagreeing and fighting with your wife/husband. Start agreeing with him/her.
Don’t be defensive at all times. Try to listen to your partner and analyze what he/she is saying about you. Acknowledge you spouse’s comments and consider it as a constructive criticism on you.
He/she is just telling you for your own good.
For instance, your partner calls you a “nagger”. You just respond by saying “Yes, you’re probably right”.
Chances are your spouse is right.
By saying this, your spouse will back down because he/she knows your listening. The second tip on how to prevent divorce is to lighten up. Both parties should control their temper especially when talking to each other. You should have conversations that are upbeat and optimistic even when your marriage is on the brink.
This tip is hard to do but very effective.
To prevent divorce, the third tip is to determine your actions and words that you see contributing to your failing marriage. You have to admit to yourselves that both of you are at fault. Jot down the issues in your marriage. Listing down your faults means swallowing your pride which is a good if you want to prevent divorce. This means that you are owning up to your mistakes that led to your marital problems. By doing this your partner may see that you are changing, and will enable him/her to also change for the better. These three tips are just some of the tips that could prevent divorce. Following them will be a great help to your marriage. The key really is for you to make the first effort!
Police in Indonesia’s conservative Aceh province have raided a punk concert and arrested 65 attendees for threatening Islamic values, according to Associated Press. The concertgoers were forced to shave their heads, remove their jewelry, clean their teeth, wash in a lake for spiritual cleansing and undergo moral rehabilitation. They will spend 10 days in a detention centre undergoing military discipline and religious classes.
One of those detained said, "We didn't hurt anyone. This is how we've chosen to express ourselves. Why are they treating us like criminals?"
But the police chief justified his actions, saying, "We're not torturing anyone. We're not violating human rights. We're just trying to put them back on the right moral path."
Indonesia is the world’s most populous Muslim nation but Aceh, which was granted semi-autonomy in 2005, is the only province to have imposed Islamic laws.
Motorists in the Philippines capital were left agape when they saw a traffic policeman, dressed as Santa Claus, dancing to direct traffic, it was reported here.
Ramiro Hinojas, 55, has become an internet star with his dance moves while on duty.
He stands in the middle of a busy intersection in Manila guiding motorists with his distinct dance moves, reported The Sun.
The policeman picked up the dance steps from watching Michael Jackson. The hand movements are crisp as he shows drivers where to go.
"I know how the rush hour can make anyone crazy. It gives me joy to see people happy while they're stuck in traffic."
"I picked up the dance moves of Michael Jackson, and adapted them for my routine...I always tell my family that in my own small way, I am doing my share to improve the country by putting things in order," he was quoted as saying.
Reynaldo Nieto, a bus driver, said that the traffic policeman "dances for us while we're stuck in traffic".
"We always follow his traffic commands," he added. Traffic controller Ramiro Hinojas, wearing a Santa Claus costume, dances as he directs motorists along an intersection in Pasay City, Metro Manila December 14,
Colombian lingerie brand Ronied put on a fashion show 13-thousand feet above ground on Friday as part of an advertising campaign
A model wears a creation by the Colombian lingerie brand Ronied during a promotional event by Bolivia's state airline BoA as the plane flies from La Paz to Cochabamba, Bolivia, Friday December 9, 2011.
Models for the Colombian lingerie brand Ronied exit a plane after modeling lingerie on the plane during a promotional event by Bolivia's state airline BoA that flew from La Paz to Cochabamba, Bolivia, Friday Dec. 9, 2011.