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Monthly Archives: April 2010
Apparently, stealing electricity in Germany is big new because it is very rare. Not, for example, in India where it a way of life for millions and causes huge losses. Just read this.
According to this, if you are longer and are a policeman, you may cause serious damage. The gourds are explained here.
CNN has some excellent photos of graffiti from around the world. Who knew graffiti art could be so beautiful?
Here is a nice article about the project.
This is interesting. According to wired.com, Apple was able to trace the house of the guy who picked up the iPhone at the the bar. According to the report, the agreement with Gizmodo was for exclusivity only. “It was made … Continue reading