A company interviews people via computer for a fake job. This is a tough job, the kind where you’re always on call, carrying a lot of responsibility, no breaks, no vacations, no holidays, and no pay. At the end of each interview, it’s revealed who is already doing the difficult job described: Moms
2015 Corvette Z06 Convertible, With at least 625 horsepower, and 635 pound-feet of torque, from 0-60 in under 3.5 seconds. It features an electronic top that can be operated via the key fob and can be open or closed at speeds up to 30 mph.
Google recently announce the Project Ara MDK (Modular Developer Kit), now we have some information on when the first Project Ara device is expected to launch. Paul Eremenko is the head of Project Ara, and Eremenko recently told an audience of around 200 people at the Computer History Museum here that the general public won't have to wait long for their first shot at the Project Ara, the device will be called the "Gray Phone". He explained the reasoning behind the name. "It’s called the Gray Phone because it’s meant to be drab gray to get people to customize it," It's scheduled to go on sale in January 2015 for around $50.
"Good Grief is a short stop motion animated documentary that explores the lessons we learn from dealing with grief and loss. Five real people share their true stories of losing something precious and what it has taught them about living. Made in 2012, Good Grief has screened at 19 festivals worldwide and won numerous awards. Inspired by the loss of her own mother and the grief that ensued, director Fiona Dalwood went about finding out how the experience of loss transforms us. With a shoestring budget and months of hard work, she made Good Grief, a beautiful short film that has been described as “adorable and heartfelt”. Accessible to children and adults alike, it is being used in educational programs as a starting point to discuss the process of grief and what some of the positive outcomes of grief can be."