What Just Happened In Your Last Minute ?

For many people, there is no value of time but on other side there are many people who think every single second is precious.
In this post, we are going to compile some interesting facts and figures that are going to happen in last one minute round the world.
By reading all these facts you’ll come to know the value and power of one minute.

So lets start with your body.

Your heart has beaten 72 times means your blood circulated around your body 72 times.

300 million cells died in your body.

258 children were born in the world while 107 people died and 2 of them died in a road accident. <!–more–>

34 children born in India while 10 people died.

10 million cigarettes were smoked and 7 people died because of smoking.

In United States, 2 automobiles were theft while 3 violent crimes were committed.

Approximately 780 cell phones manufactured by Nokia.

Bill Gates earned 15,000 Dollars.

56,674 barrels of oil were pumped from earth while 55,757 barrels of oil were consumed worldwide.

lightening struck the earth 360 times while there were 5 earthquakes.

9 new cases of HIV/ AIDS registered and 34 people diagnosed with cancer.

775,000 searches were made on Google and 141 million email messages sent worldwide.

What happened on Facebook in last 1 minute:

50,000 links shared
92,550 statuses updated
135,800 photos updated
66,150 photos tagged
510,000 comments posted

All these facts and figures are taken from different authentic sources, if you find any of the facts wrong please correct me. In next minute you are going to share this post with your loved one, now I can guess what is happening in each minute of our life . I would love to receive more information from my Visitors.

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When Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart first auditioned for ‘Twilight’… in bed

Hindsight is 20/20. And the story of director, director, ‘s first meeting with Kristen Stewart is no exception.
In late 2007, Stewart had already been selected to play the part of Bella by first “Twilight” director Catherine Hardwicke — who had also helmed ’70s-set beach-skateboard flick “Lords of Dogtown” (2005). Hardwicke had been tipped off by one of her “Dogtown” actors, Emile Hirsch, to Stewart’s talent. “Her mixture of innocence and longing just knocked me out,” the director told Entertainment Weekly in 2008. But Hardwicke was having a tougher time finding her Edward and is said to have even enlisted the help of Stewart in her vampire hunt. Continue reading

The President and Michelle Obama: The Story Behind the Most-Liked Photo of All Time

 

It was an intimate snapshot of a sweet celebration: Minutes after the networks called the 2012 presidential election for Barack Obama on Tuesday night, the Obama for America campaign posted a picture of him hugging his wife along with a simple message: “Four more years.” Within minutes, it became the most popular post in the history of Twitter and the most-liked image in the history of Facebook, shared more than 804,000 times, marked as a favorite by more than 289,500 Twitter users, and “liked” by more than 3.2 million Facebook friends.

The simple shot of a happy husband and wife was a surprise to people who may have been expecting a grand portrait of a newly re-elected president and his people. But no one was more surprised than the woman who took the photo back in August.

Scout Tufankjian, a photojournalist who has been focusing her lens on Obama’s political career since 2007, told Slate’s Julia Turner that she snapped the picture on the third day of an Iowa bus tour.

“It was the first day that the first lady had joined us so he hadn’t seen her in a couple of days,” she explained. “She came in on a bus that morning—it was the first event of the day—and they embraced on stage. Onstage in front of all those people.”

“I decided to focus on them rather than taking a wider shot, because I think I’m not alone in finding their relationship to be totally aspirational,” the newly married photojournalist said. “The obvious love and respect that they have for each other, and that the relationship is clearly one of equals, despite the fact that he’s the president, is remarkable. So I wanted to focus on them as a couple rather than on them and the crowd, or them and their position.”

Tufankjian didn’t know that the campaign had used the picture as their Election Night victory image until a friend emailed her about it. It’s unusual that such a personal shot would be used in such a high-profile way, but Tufankjian says it makes sense to her. “It reflects on the way that people feel about the Obamas as people, rather than as public figures,” she said. “What the family is and represents to the country is as much a part of the president’s appeal as his policies.”

After she chronicled Obama’s 2008 campaign, his campaign team hired her in August 2012 as one of their two official photojournalists. It’s given her an opportunity to travel with the president and witness scenes that few ever get to see—like the moment a pizza shop owner in Florida gave the President a bear hug that lifted him off his feet.

The President is “so much happier and more relaxed” when he’s with his family, Tufankjian confided. “He and the first lady are so focused on each other. The way that they play off each other and get energy from each other… when I was shooting the president during the 2008 campaign I would watch them greet each other on stage and I used to text-message my boyfriend, now my husband: ‘Do you love me as much as Barack loves Michelle?’ and he’d be like, ‘Probably not, no’.”

Still, she has hope. “The way that they relate to each other—they just celebrated their 20th anniversary—the way they enjoy each other and listen to each other, and the real respect that they have for each other is something I would like to see in my relationship twenty years from now,” she said.

10 Predictions For The Iphone Of The Future !

1) Super Processor

Considering the fact that the hardware on an iPhone is limited, iOS is great for a mobile operating system but it will never match the functionality of a modern day desktop operating system. That might change in the near future.

With modern day phones getting quad core processors and gigabytes of ram, the next iPhones may be available to afford the load of stripped down version of desktop operating system. We might see the popular mac OS running on iPhones. The thought of the possibility of having the power of a desktop in the grip of your hand is indeed a majestic one.

2) Return of Google Maps

Due to the uptight response from the proud owners over the removal of Google Maps in iPhone 5, reinstating them would not be a bad idea in further models to say the least.

If by any chance Apple had decided not to pull it off, then their custom Maps could definitely reach an improvement on their part. Continue reading

The new Global Super Power…….China ! …..and The Land Of Sandy??

In North America, it’s become almost a cliché in science fiction to turn Japan and Korea into superpowers of the future. From William Gibson’s first cyberpunk novel Neuromancer, to David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas (now a movie), we are bombarded with images of a hyper-futuristic world dominated culturally and economically by these Asian countries. And yet, despite intense political debates (and fearmongering) over China’s growing hold over the U.S., we rarely see science fiction stories that depict it becoming a superpower. It’s like we’re afraid to imagine in fiction what the U.S. presidential candidates argued over repeatedly in their debates. Even the remake of Red Dawn shies away from a Chinese future; the movie was about a Chinese invasion, but that detail was changed in post-production to North Korea.

Still, there are stories like Looper and Maureen McHugh’s novel China Mountain Zhang that are set in a future where China has eclipsed the West. A few themes emerge from stories like these, where most U.S. and Canadian fiction fears to go. Continue reading

Presidential Elections….NYC Residents Can Vote at any New York State Polling Place Tomorrow

The Latest News About Elections Is

“If you’re a resident of NYC or Westchester, Long Island and Rockland counties, you can submit an affadavit ballot for the presidential and US Senatorial elections at any polling place in the state of New York you like tomorrow. You can’t vote in local elections, but it’s still useful for those who’s living and transportations situations we’re affected by Hurricane Sandy.”

But how many residents care more about going and voting tomorrow than finding their family and loved ones, cleaning up their house, dealing with their insurance companies and getting their life back to normal.

“NASA Astronauts, who are true American heroes, aboard the ISS can vote in the presidential election tomorrow too.”

So if you’re already on our planet, you pretty much have no excuse not to vote now and

Can we be sure they are actually Americans voting though? Are we positive it’s not some Russian cosmonaut trying to sway the election? 😀

*I VOTED !*

Samsung Teams Up With Yahoo For Interactive TV Service

Samsung has just teamed up with Yahoo, creating a multi-year partnership that will bring the search company’s interactive Connected TV platform to Sammy’s 2012 lineup of smart TVs

Connected TV—software that brings interactive content like trivia, program statistics and playable games to the shows you’re watching—hasn’t gotten off to the best of starts so far. Clearly, though, Samsung thinks it shows promise. In particular, the tie-in will allow Samsung TV users to use their smartphone or tablet as an extra remote, or as a means through which to consume Yahoo’s additional content. That sounds pretty good.

The one major downside? Yahoo’s service also recognizes commercials—so you could expect twice the advertising along with your entertainment.

News from gizmodo.com