Friday, September 17, 2010

More van der Sloot

(CBS)  Beth Holloway Twitty, the mother of missing Alabama teen Natalee Holloway, reportedly snuck into a Peruvian jail and confronted the young man who is the prime suspect in her daughter's disappearance.

Local media say Twitty had a hidden camera with her, but that van der Sloot clammed up.

She was then taken into custory herself, the reports say. 

Try visiting your local library

The library has always been a fascinating place. The rows of knowledge are also full of great selections of DVDs, magazines and even games, in addition to books for all ages and interests. You may also have use of public computers where you can lovingly send your sweetheart a love letter from their library internet.

Digital addiction!

Digital addiction seems to be spreading like the plague. Mark Malkoff of Flushing, N.Y., is going cold turkey to break the habit from his cell phone, internet, ipod, and all the gadgets that have become out of hand. He feels these devices are fully controlling his life. 
So, he's decided that isolation may be the cure to breaking his addiction. He's locked himself in his bathroom for 5 days in hopes that this strategy will be the magic bullet that saves his digital dilemma. However, his wife who claims he's hogging the bathroom, is skeptical of his success. In case you're wondering, he sleeps in the tub.

Some addicts are trying limiting their user time, and experimenting with going digital during set time periods only. Others are setting up "No phone zones", where digital is off limits while in these areas. 

End of Era for Legendary TV Soap

"As The World Turns" is airing its last episode after 54 years that began way back in 1956.
The series racked up over 13,000 plus episodes, and helped launch the career of such stars as, Meg Ryan, and MaryAnn Moore.