Facebook celebrates 10th anniversary next week
The social network created by Mark Zuckerberg and his friends in a dorm room will be ten on February 4, 2014.
Facebook came on stream and has turned some of its founders billionaires. Attracting over a billion users, its roaring success is stuff of dreams.
America’s most Godless cities
The United States of America’s least Bible minded cities are:
- Providence, Rhode Island and New Bedford, Maryland (100)
- Albany/ Schenectady / Troy, New York (99)
- Boston, Maryland/Manchester, New Hampshire (98)
- San Francisco/Oakland/San Jose, California (97)
- Cedar Rapids/Waterloo, Iowa (96)
And the most Bible-minded cities are:
- Chattanooga, Tennessee (1)
- Birmingham/Anniston/Tuscaloosa, Alabama (2)
- Roanoke/Lynchburg, Virginia (3)
- Springfield, Missouri (4)
- Shreveport, Louisiana (5)
Ukrainian PM and government quit
Ukraine’s Prime Minister, Mykola Azarov and his cabinet has resigned, following widespread protests in the city of Kiev and across the country.
The resignation, accepted by the country’s President Viktor Yamkovych, was to create “social and political compromise.”
Formula One’s Eddie Jordan spends £32 million on super yacht
The 155 feet super yacht of Formula One mogul, Eddie Jordan which will cost £32 million and already 18 months in developing is so big that it can only go at 25 miles per hour and costs $50,000 to refuel.
The four deck Sunseeker has five bedrooms, a night club and luxury facilities. It will be delivered in few months.
JP Morgan’s suicide victim named
The 39 year-old banker at JP Morgan’s European Headquarters in Canary Wharf, London, the United Kingdom, has been identified as Gabriel Magee.
He fell from the 33-storey skyscraper and landed on the 9th floor roof around 8am.
The incident which claimed the life of the Vice President of JP Morgan’s technology department is being treated as non-suspicious.