I wish the USA would follow suit. I saw a completely covered lady the other day and it scared the hell out of me. It is not Halloween and yet they dress like the devil and call themselves religious. In the early morning hours Monday,a deadly landslide came crashing down and a torrent of dirty brown flood water filled the streets in the capital of Sierra Leone. According to the Red Cross, more than 600 people are missing and at least 300 are dead in the aftermath. Bodies are washing up on the beach.
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One of the first to get his hands on the much anticipated Google Glass, Chris Griffith says the device is easy to use for those with reading glasses.GOOGLE’S internet savvy spectacles are not yet available in Australia, but the country’s first Google Glass sporting app is ready for their launch.Telstra today revealed it had already built an AFL app for the net savvy gadget, beating other sports and telcos to the punch.Named AFL Glassware, the app is poised to become Australia first sporting app for Google Glass and only the second in the world to have been created for headline making head accessory, beating the English Premier League and America National Football League.Telstra digital media and content director Adam Good said the company paired with local developer Seventh Beam to create the app after chief executive David Thodey secured an early version of Google Glass during a trip to the United States.Patrick Dangerfield wearing Google Glasses from Telstra. Picture: Andrew TauberSource:News LimitedMr Good said the AFL Glassware app was to bring fans closer to the game just as its smartphone and tablet apps had done.we not launching the app right this minute but it a completed app and when Google ready to launch we have content in their app store, he said.Google call, and we not privy to launch details, but it sounds like it going to be ready for season 2014. App will let Google Glass wearers look to the screen above their right eye to see a current AFL match score, or time left on the field.Using Glass speakers, which rely on bone conduction technology, wearers could also listen to match commentary without disturbing those around them.Mr Good admitted using the app, and Google Glass, at a football game could look odd, but he said we would adapt to the technology, just as we did with smartphones.does look a little strange, Mr Good said.