By the way, Clandestine kickstarter page reached their goal and even more, so now we just have to wait for some kickass webseries coming very soon.
I bet you’ve seen Keanu Reeves’ sad photos, aka “sad Keanu” meme, that’s been around for few months all over the internet. And unbelievably, Keanu just found out about the meme few days ago when he had been interviewed by Vulture:
Vulture: You’re taking over the Internet. Have you seen all the “Sad Keanu” stuff out there?
Keanu: My publicist showed me the photo, but no.
Vulture: There’s not one photo. There are millions. You’re Photoshopped next to kittens and into Pulp Fiction and next to the cast of The Breakfast Club, and in a million different ways. Have you seen those?
Keanu: Oh, that’s funny! No, no, I haven’t seen them.
Vulture: There are millions, really. Google “Sad Keanu.” You haven’t?
Keanu: [Laughs.] No.
And LEGO I guess just found out too!
You are a cool funny man Keanu ^_^
- Keanu Reeves On Sad Keanu (dlisted.com)
- Breaking News! Keanu Reeves No Longer Sad! (thefrisky.com)
- Sad Keanu Photo Becomes Slaphappy Internet Meme [Whoa] (jezebel.com)
Google’s Kuwait joined the rest of the world to celebrates the 70th anniversary of John Lennon’s birthday.
And that’s what you’d see when you click on the red play button.
A bug found in Safari’s AutoFill feature can allow a malicious website to gather personal information from a users address book card — more specifically: first name, last name, work place, city, state, and email address. There is a published proof of concept exploit for the bug that can be found here. We suggest Safari users navigate to: Preferences > Auto-fill, and uncheck “Use info from my Address Book card”
Google changed their Images results’ look to come similar enough like a mix of Bing and Twitter..? The new look will show several pages in one page to scroll easier and faster, and at the bottom of the page you could click for more results. When you hover a mouse over an image it would enlarge the picture for a better view.
Twitter for BlackBerry exits the “Beta” version to the more “Stable” version with new features, including:
- Quote Tweets (editing retweets)
- Auto Complete for @ usernames
- View Photos from Yfrog & Tweetphoto
- View Geotagged Tweets
- Personal Info Guard
- Report as Spam
- Hotkeys for Navigation:
- R (reply)
- L (reply all)
- Space (page down)
- F (retweet)
- C (compose)
- D (refresh)
- Alt+0 (home)
- Alt+1 (mentions)
- Alt+2 (lists)
- Alt+3 (profile)
- Alt+4 (inbox)
- Alt+5 (find people)
- Alt+6 (search)
- Alt+7 (popular topics)
The Beta version was: 220.127.116.11 and the current version is: 18.104.22.168
How to update?
Start your Twitter app, and it will notify you with an update available, if not, go to Options, then Check for Update.
Download the update and then Reboot and that’s it!