Her dancing partner and beloved husband has been dead for 29 years, she said with glistening eyes. “But I’m still dancing.” Mary isn’t one for sitting back, waiting for life to come and pull her to her feet. I think it'd be wonderful to ride in one of those jeeps," she said aloud, phone in hand.The results were shocking, as less than 60 seconds later, the first post on her Facebook feed was about a safari story out of nowhere, which was then revealed that the story had been posted three hours earlier.An anonymous reader writes: Facebook is not just looking at user's personal information, interests, and online habits but also to your private conversations, revealed a new report.According to NBC report, this may be the case as Kelli Burns, a professor at University of South Florida states, "I don't think that people realize how much Facebook is tracking every move we're making online.
If this feature is turned on, it's only active when you're writing a status update." I wonder how many people are actually aware of this.There are the regular meetings held by the local branch of the communist party. But if you email me, I’ll tell you where to find it.There are the American tourists, relieved to have finally discovered the promised Ireland of slagging and soda bread. She learned to tango in Buenos Aires, and has been known to throw a tiny leg up on the shelf alongside the sourdoughs to prove the point. Don’t save the camel twin set for a special occasion. And if you happen to make it there, ask him about the time Michael Jackson tried to buy his family home.— slides that provide further details about the surveillance program known as PRISM and how it functions.Among other things, the slides highlight the large discrepancies between the way the program is described and the strenuous denials from tech giants such as Google (s goog), Yahoo (s yhoo), Microsoft (s msft) and Facebook (s fb) about their participation in such a program.