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Technology
In an industry where unbreakable and smaller are best, the world’s first interactive paper computer looks set to dominate for years to come. The PaperPhone has a flexible electronic display that is set to herald a new generation of computers. Extremely lightweight and made out of a thin-film, the prototype device can do everything a smartphone currently does. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1383903/PaperPhone-The-smartphone-paper-shape-pocket.html#ixzz1LZU1s8Rm Incredible technology. I think the flexibly display will be huge. Not so sure about the bend to select technology, or the paper phone. What do YOU think? Todd
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Humor
A mourner must have felt his cheeks burning after his phone went off during a funeral. But when the ringtone that echoed round the church was Staying Alive by the Bee Gees, it is fair to say he wished the earth could have swallowed him up. Now Reverend Martin Morgan from St Margaret’s Church in Rottingdean has urged parishioners to make sure earthly communications are switched off while their thoughts turn to heavenly matters. “It took a while before people realised what the song was and then fortunately most people found it quite funny. The culprit looked very embarrassed. I think they probably looked in the other direction and tried to pretend it wasn’t them. That’s what people usually do.” via Rottingdean rev’s warning after “Staying Alive” funeral blunder (From The Argus). What’s the funniest thing that’s ever happened to YOU during a funeral?
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