If you type number “241543903” in Google, it will return pictures with random people putting their heads into refrigerators. Judging by the large amount of pictures posted by different people, whoever started this internet game, has a strong following.
Meat labels in Japan change color when the expiry date is approaching. The color change is triggered by increasing level of ammonium in the package. When the level is high, the bar code becomes unreadable making it impossible to sell the meat. As always, Japan is way ahead of the world in deployment of innovative technology in our daily lives.
I just discovered that Linkedin is now world’s top 20 site by the number of visitors. A year ago, it was considerably less popular and it seemed to me quite natural that a business-focused service has limited audience. Back then I thought the site would never make it to the top. Well, today I learned it did. I am not sure what the growth is driven by, but I am quite sure most of employers and headhunters check potential job candidates on Linkedin (Facebook). That said, having a profile there is a must.
Remember the famous bear hunter shoots a bear video? Samsung has done a similar video to promote their new Android-based portable media player. In this video, thieves break into a supermarket. Five shoppes have a chance to save it from robbery. Will anyone do that? That’s for you to find out.
I found a great service which builds and plays music playlists for you based on your chosen emotion. There are around 50 emotions to choose from on the front page and the matching playlists. Very nice alternative to searching endlessley on Spotify.