Profile

Cover photo
Verified name
7,355,981 followers|500,545,828 views
AboutPostsPhotosYouTube

Stream

BBC News

Shared publicly  - 
 
Apple CEO Tim Cook plans to donate $800m fortune to charity after he's paid for his 10-year-old nephew's college education
http://bbc.in/1MfEbqH
221
26
sathish kumar's profile photoEmilia Bailey's profile photo阮阿卿's profile photoRandy Evans's profile photo
57 comments
 
+Tsvetomir Totev If you buy a physical product, like an iPhone or iPad, you own it. You can tossvit in a wood chipper if you want. The patents only count if you try to use their tech in any non-consumer way. Software is way more sketchy.

But again, Apple is totally irrelevant to this post. The Apple corporation has nothing more to do with what Cook does with his paycheck than my company has with my paycheck. This was a completely personal, non-work related choice.
Add a comment...

BBC News

Shared publicly  - 
 
Would you buy a phone made out of grass? http://bbc.in/1Cthl8w
211
31
Ibrahim Hena's profile photoJames Mirmah's profile photoB葉月's profile photoSaneth Wazoo's profile photo
42 comments
 
If they can make them last 3 or 4 years, and maintain the ability to degrade, this could help minimize issues caused by the demand for new phones. 
Add a comment...

BBC News

Shared publicly  - 
 
'What is dark matter and how does it work?' http://bbc.in/1F0n6KL
292
35
EmlSearch's profile photosathish kumar's profile photoShukla Tanay's profile photoSIXSTRINGcpa™'s profile photo
17 comments
 
i think its some dark particle caused as result of too much heat of about millions of degree celius but because it occupies space and has weight,its termed as matter
Add a comment...

BBC News

Shared publicly  - 
535
47
Dona Dolina's profile photoUsman D's profile photoLucinda Woods's profile photoRobert Burke's profile photo
39 comments
 
+Jeremy Webb we wont have any more lol God bless you today. I'm not talking about any nationality or country, I'm just talking about the fact that all those sharks are being wiped out also so if they are.....
Add a comment...

BBC News

Shared publicly  - 
 
Emergency services are on the scene of a large fire and partial building collapse in New York City's East Village http://bbc.in/1yevOQx

FDNY tells the BBC that four people are critically injured and have been sent to area hospitals, 12 others are being treated for injuries.

Photo Courtesy of Scott Westerfeld
363
48
Mi Rami's profile photor.c. cruz's profile photoDEDEEP K's profile photoyerffej pangan's profile photo
31 comments
 
Essas nossas cidade temos aumemtar control.
 ·  Translate
Add a comment...

BBC News

Shared publicly  - 
 
The secret world of animated doll videos on YouTube 
105
13
Sonya Lee's profile photo허상림's profile photoKyle Naashl's profile photoAmy Hendrickson's profile photo
8 comments
 
great idea
Add a comment...
In their circles
16 people
Have them in circles
7,355,981 people
Stefon Stephens's profile photo
Affil Orama's profile photo
idah kipumbu's profile photo
Tote Kyi's profile photo
ZUBEDA ROUNDS's profile photo
Alhassan Zakari's profile photo
ansyah ringga's profile photo
김희재's profile photo
John Smith's profile photo

BBC News

Shared publicly  - 
 
The BBC's Alastair Leithead reports on how evidence is growing that cannabis could cure diseases like cancer. 
211
42
Viorel Hazota's profile photoEmilia Bailey's profile photo阮阿卿's profile photoErnesto etoy gold Ibias's profile photo
69 comments
 
+Ryan Tracy and what did you just smoke? 😎
Add a comment...

BBC News

Shared publicly  - 
 
Police say they have made a significant discovery at the home of #Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz

For the latest developments go to: http://bbc.in/1xF14h1 
130
19
Elza Kopaliani's profile photoDanilo Robledo's profile photoDian Nive's profile photoshawfekar abdul hamid's profile photo
33 comments
 
The airline just knew that he had a burn out so they paused his training. And afterwards they didn't know sth. more about new psychological problems cause in the medical checks every year they don't do psychological test just medical ones. So it was easy for him to hide his problems cause he went to a different doctor (who has no connection to Lufthansa) And with the right medication it was easy for him to hide his problems before his family and the staff. The only thing Lufthansa could change is that they also do psychological checks every year or half a year.
Add a comment...

BBC News

Shared publicly  - 
 
Antarctica's floating ice shelves are thinning at an accelerating rate. bbc.in/1HSy0lT
381
49
Elskimoss Møller's profile photoJeffrey Ward's profile photoPhi Maikhanh's profile photoGabriel Rivero's profile photo
106 comments
 
And we again see that +Brian Williams is merely a extreme far-Left radical who has no case, no argument, no facts, no logic and no common sense and must continue to troll here solely for attention because he is a bottom-of-the-barrel loser.

Made closed. +Brian Williams asked over and over and over 2 simple questions. He could not answer either question.

Sad.

Want to understand how extreme far-Left liberal radicals like +Brian Williams think? Here's your answer ... https://plus.google.com/+ThomasKOdell/posts/ZrRdpYcFB97
Add a comment...

BBC News

Shared publicly  - 
 
Mandatory metadata retention becomes the law in ‪#‎Australia‬ http://bbc.in/1xDw4y1
116
14
B葉月's profile photor.c. cruz's profile photoCraig Davison's profile photoDaniel Toussaint's profile photo
27 comments
 
A bit of a brutal repression there then. Who'll want to emigrate there now, eh? Pretty soon the postie will be required to steam open the lot, just like in the U.K.
Add a comment...

BBC News

Shared publicly  - 
 
Why are people so mean to each other online? http://bbc.in/1EHePZo #GoFigure
210
40
Mr King's profile photoDona Dolina's profile photoΘΕΟΔΟΣΙΑ ΚΟΤΣΟΚΩΣΤΑ ΨΥΧΙΑΤΡΟΣ (Theodosia Kotsokosta, M.D. Psychiatrist)'s profile photoLuar Roji's profile photo
50 comments
 
because humans are built that way, accept it.
being mean is sooooo meaningful, though it has to pass through various stages of meaninglessness
Add a comment...
 
From BBC News on YouTube: James May says Top Gear "dropping Jeremy Clarkson is a tragedy." http://bbc.in/1EUOud6
148
15
阮阿卿's profile photoSimon Woodgate's profile photoDavid Burton's profile photor.c. cruz's profile photo
81 comments
The Hub
 
BBC clueless management, board should be sacked, £100M loss in budget & now the real layoffs will begin!!!!
Add a comment...
People
In their circles
16 people
Have them in circles
7,355,981 people
Stefon Stephens's profile photo
Affil Orama's profile photo
idah kipumbu's profile photo
Tote Kyi's profile photo
ZUBEDA ROUNDS's profile photo
Alhassan Zakari's profile photo
ansyah ringga's profile photo
김희재's profile photo
John Smith's profile photo
Contact Information
Contact info
Email
Story
Tagline
News, features, analysis from the BBC
Introduction
This is BBC News - the home of up-to-the-minute, accurate, impartial and independent news, features and analysis from across the UK and around the world.