Monthly Archives: July 2013
Top 5 real-life tech geniuses in films: From Mark Zuckerberg in The Social Network to Julian Assange in The Fifth Estate
Weather conditions permitting, spraying to control adult mosquito populations will be conducted during the evening hours on Monday July 29, 2013 in Manchester Township. The spray event will be in the residential and commercial areas in the vicinity of North George Street, from Masonic Drive to Emigsville and east along Woodland View Drive to Grim Lane Samples collected by PA Department of Environmental Protection and Penn State Extension from this area indicate high mosquito populations that can carry the West Nile virus in these areas. Signs will be posted the day of the spray event to inform local residents. Weather conditions and other unexpected events could delay or cancel this spray event. The rain date for this spray event will be Tuesday, July 30, 2013.
The business unit for York County Commissioners is BU 8376. All spray events will be conducted by the York County WNV Program staff. …
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Scandal-plagued Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the former head of the International Monetary Fund who was once seen as a frontrunner to become president of France, was charged on Friday for “aggravated pimping as part of a group.”
The charge caps the media-dubbed “Carlton Affair” that has dragged on since last year, when authorities announced they were investigating Strauss-Kahn for participating in a prostitution ring at luxury hotels he frequented in the northern French city of Lille. “No offence has been found to exist. So there can be no conviction in this affair,” Frederique Baulieu, one of Strauss-Kahn’s lawyers, told France’s BFM TV. “We should be focused on the law, not morality.”
Strauss-Kahn, who quit his post at the IMF in 2011 after a New York City hotel maid accused him of rape in charges that were later dropped, has acknowledged attending sex parties in Lille but says he was unaware that the women who…
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The following excerpt is from Huffington Post!
Microsoft boss Steve Ballmer is finally admitting what everyone has been thinking: Microsoft made a huge mistake with the Surface RT tablet.
Last week, the company disclosed that it lost over $900 million on the low-selling tablet computer, and during an internal Microsoft event this week, Ballmer put the disaster into simple, understated terms, The Verge and Neowin separately reported.
“We built a few more devices than we could sell,” Ballmer reportedly said.