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Well, those cute little guys are associated with a site that has been billed as Facebook for kids. Moshi monsters have million upon millions of users, hence, a need for cheats. Hit that link to see a YouTube video that will help to explain what is going on. I most certainly had to look these things up, in order to author this post. Turns out there is a reason they can pay for me to do this…namely, the bank accounts of the parents of 25 million users. Weird.
One of the running jokes on the slashdot.org boards is an oldie but a goody. Apparently, nerds like to poke fun of mainstream media’s tendency to dumb-up storage sizes into terms of “Libraries of Congress.” Well, I’m taking a stab at a unit of my own…Video Calls per Chinese Person
“”Today Cisco Systems introduced its next-generation Internet core router, the CRS-3, with about three times the capacity of its current platform. ‘The Internet will scale faster than any of us anticipate,’ Cisco’s John Chambers said while announcing the product. At full scale, the CRS-3 has a capacity of 322Tbit/sec., roughly three times that of the CRS-1, introduced in 2004. It also has more than 12 times the capacity of its nearest competitor, Chambers said. The CRS-3 will help the Internet evolve from a messaging to an entertainment and media platform, with video emerging as the ‘killer app,’ Chambers said. Using a CRS-3, every person in China, which has a population just over 1.3 billion, could participate in a video phone call at the same time. (Or you could pump nearly one Library of Congress per second through the device, or give everyone in San Fransisco a 1Gbps internet connection.) AT&T said it has been using the CRS-3 to test 100Gbit/sec. data links in tests on a commercial fiber route in Florida and Louisiana.”
The worst doctor in the world has concluded that a Taiwanese man with a history of high blood pressure has died of a stroke likely triggered by over-excitement from watching the blockbuster Avatar in 3D. Boy Howdy!
A 42-year-old Taiwanese man with a history of high blood pressure has died of a stroke likely triggered by over-excitement from watching the blockbuster Avatar in 3D, a doctor says.
The man, identified only by his surname Kuo, started to feel unwell during the screening earlier this month in the northern city of Hsinchu and was taken to hospital.
Mr Kuo, who suffered from hypertension, was unconscious when he arrived at the Nan Men General Hospital and a scan showed that his brain was haemorrhaging, emergency room doctor Peng Chin-chih said today.
“It’s likely that the over-excitement from watching the movie triggered his symptoms,” the doctor said.
Mr Kuo died 11 days later from the brain haemorrhage, and the China Times newspaper said it was the first death linked to watching James Cameron’s science-fiction epic Avatar.