As automation takes over manufacturing jobs, a single mom chooses to adapt instead of being left behind. In this inspirational video, she finds the motivation to rise above her circumstances, reinvent herself with updated skills and become more relevant in today’s workforce. We can do it.
Keeping clean and ordering home is a heavy job that women do especially. And if the roles were inverted? Or, more simply, did all work together? It's time to #DoItToghether! Every family is a team, everyone's contribution is paramount and when Indesit home appliance life proofs are part of your team, everyday life becomes simpler.
Serene is the Singaporean employer of Lisa, a domestic worker from the Philippines. When Lisa starts working for her, Serene takes her passport and work permit, and does not allow her to take a day off. Serene is caught up in her own work until she realizes what she is unknowingly teaching her daughter about how to treat others. Serene recognizes that in order for her home to be a happy one, she needs to set a good example for her own child about respecting and appreciation others.
The best thing that we do to used-plastic bottles is trashing them. A very few among us might have thought of reusing it say, to fill drinking water or to store oil or something. It’s already late for us to take action. Each day millions of bottles are littered around and most of them end up contaminating precious water bodies. ... See MoreSee Less
Fastbrick Robotics Limited (ASX:FBR) is set to cause a revolution in the construction industry and our new animation showcases the Hadrian X bricklaying robot in action, featuring Fastbrick Robotics' CEO Mike Pivac and Grand Designs Australia's Peter Maddison. Visit www.fbr.com.au... See MoreSee Less
Steve McCurry was one of National Geographic's most prestigious reporters, and had come to Afghanistan to cover the most shocking news about refugee camps. In December, Steve managed to capture a photograph that circled the world: a 12-year-old Afghan girl who had escaped the conflict with her family. The cover of the next issue of the magazine was a success; The story does not end here, just start ...
Steve McCurry for years was intrigued by the fate that had suffered that girl, reason why for several years it was traveling to Afghanistan to locate it. When everything seemed lost and was ready to leave the country saw something that surprised him a lot. It was already the year 2002, reason why had passed 18 years from the previous photo; But McCurry saw a woman who looked familiar. After doing a series of tests in his eyes he made sure that he had found his target.
The reporter asked the young woman's husband for permission to remove the burka so that he could send back a few pictures for the magazine. Sharbat Gula did not know that his image had gone around the world, so he was quite surprised to see his face on the cover of a magazine. Steve told her that she had been a kind of icon of women being treated as scum by the Taliban, so she was surprised to learn that she supported the regime of the terrorists ...
The Afghan authorities have been tracking Afghan refugees for more than a year using false documentation in order to obtain the nationality of that country. The real goal of the investigation is to bring back to the country the more than two million refugees that exist today, because they represent an unsustainable burden for the coffers of Afghanistan. After several investigations fruit of many months of hard work on the part of the officials came the name of Gula Sharbat.
So, what has become of this girl who has enchained the whole world? For it is accused nothing less than to be in possession of false documentation; Everything makes him think he is guilty, so he faces a seven-year sentence behind bars. We do not understand how a refugee who has spent so much hardship during her childhood has had to resort to a false identity; The woman is already 44 years old, and it does not look like what she used to be. Her destiny looks very tragic, we regret it for her ... ... See MoreSee Less
Steve McCurry was one of National Geographic's most prestigious reporters, and had come to Afghanistan to cover the most shocking news about refugee camps. In December, Steve managed to capture a phot...
A social experiment carried out with 27 young people in which we asked them what will they be giving for Christmas. Everybody changed the gifts they would give. And you? #yocambiomiregalo. Merry Christmas!! ----------------------------------- Un experimento social con 27 jóvenes en el que les preguntábamos qué tenían pensado regalar por Navidad. Todos ellos cambiaron sus regalos, ¿y tú? #yocambiomiregalo ¡Feliz Navidad! ----------------------------------- In dieses soziale Experiment haben wir 27 Jugendliche gefragt, was die fuer Weihnachten schenken wollten. Alle haben ihre Weihnachtsgeschenke geändert. Und du? #yocambiomiregalo. Frohe Weihnachten! ----------------------------------- Un experiment social avec 27 jeunes dans lequel on leur demandais qu'est-ce qu'ils allaient offrir pour Noël. Ils ont tous changé leurs cadeaux, et toi? #yocambiomiregalo. Joyeux Noël!
According to the Pentagon in 2045 we will control everything with our minds, the world around us will be full of materials hitherto unknown and planes will travel without a pilot. 😱 What about you? How do you imagine the world in 2045? ... See MoreSee Less
In the computer hack video shared below, Hotz shows how easy it’s to hack into a computer running a vulnerable program. Using his own custom code, he detects the buffer overflow in the program and exploits it.
Using just 60 lines of python code, within a matter of few seconds, he gets the complete access to the computer.
In an extra scene from CYBERWAR, George Hotz (geohot) shows Ben Makuch how to perform a binary exploit.
#Man #Finds His #Stolen #Bike Using his #Smartphone! Using TrackR's crowd gps technology and the TrackR app, he was able to recover his stolen bike in Isla Vista. Attaching a TrackR device to the bike, he was able to use the map on his phone to locate the stolen bike.