When most people hook up cameras and remote control devices to monitor and record every aspect of someone’s computer usage, it’s creepy.
Bebo White was on campus for his second visit to Rose-Hulman yesterday, this time to talk about web science.
Showerheads can harbor a multitude of germs
New research suggests that showerheads hide numerous germs in them. The study, carried out at the University of Colorado, says germs can be shot out of the showerhead and inhaled by the person taking a shower, but does not pose a problem for the majority of shower-takers. The researchers found germs formed in all forty-five showerheads they tested from nine different cities across the United States, and found bacteria ranging from the typically harmless to bacteria that can cause lung disease in people with weakened and compromised immune systems. It is unclear, however, if showerheads are more germ-friendlythan other common household areas.
On Wednesday,the Hatfield Hall Performing Arts Series kicked off appropriately with headlining act Mike Birbiglia (burbig-lee-ah, it helps to see it phonetically, trust me).
HBO is known for broadcasting excellent cable television, and True Blood is no exception. This love-it or hate-it show managed to capture the hearts of many fans, and season two of this new cult vampire series is one of the most watchedspectacles on television.
Lev is a 17-year-old Jewish boy living in mid-World War Two Leningrad, Russia. The 1941 siege on the city has left this resident in dire straits. Lev’s father “disappeared” years ago, and his mother and sister have vacated the city to go to the safer countryside. Left alone, Lev dreams of becoming a hero to the Russian people and of being able to save his home.
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