"The Life And Times Of Prophecy"
Not only are we living in a Crazy Intense World full of Darkness…
But we now have the ability to catch it all on tape thanks to the Technology of Smart Phones. Just as the Boston Explosion was caught on video, so was the Massive Explosion at a Fertilizer Plant in West, Texas, just north of the Infamous Waco, which killed about 70 people on Wednesday. Not only is Fertilizer itself a highly flammable and explosive material, but so is the process by which they make commercial fertilizer, which uses many flammable and highly explosive chemicals.. just ask MacGyver how to make a Pipe Bomb.
This video which was caught by a West, Texas resident on his iPhone shows the True Power of this Explosion, making Boston look like small iLLuminati Cakes. The 0:28 mark in this video is where the main Explosion hits, leaving hundreds injured in addition to those that lost their lives. The massive blast caused a nearby nursing home to collapse, in which people were believed to be trapped, according to reports. The explosion at West Fertilizer near Waco was reported just before 8 p.m. The blast knocked out power in the area and residents as far as 45 miles away heard the explosion, saying it sounded like a “thunderclap.”
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That’s if our world even survives that long.
Nokia announced that it will be letting go of 7,000 jobs, 4,000 direct jobs from their company worldwide, and 3,000 jobs will be transferred to outsourcing and consulting firm, Accenture.
While Nokia was at one era a favorite amongst standard handheld cell phones, they have seen a dramatic drop in their market share, as it has lagged behind in the Smartphone industry as dominated by Apple’s iPhone and Blackberry.
Nokia has also seen their Symbian system as far less popular than the Android operating system by Google, but has recently signed a deal with Microsoft and will start producing Smartphones with their Operating System.
This decision to cut 7,000 jobs was deemed as necessary by the company in order to make the head way it needed into the Smartphone market. Considering that Smartphones are the standard in cell phones these days, I’m pretty sure Nokia’s decision to do this was do or die.
Cisco made the announcement this week that they would be discontinuing their once popular line of “Flip” video cameras, the company they purchased in 2009 for $590 Million dollars. The cut will cost a total of 550 jobs.
Flip cameras gained popularity in today’s voyeur age where ease of use and accessibility for camera use, as well as speed in upload has become a priority. Unfortunately, it is these same characteristics that its consumers desired that led to its demise, as iPhone applications and video cameras built into phones have taken over the market.
Cameras are only good if you have them when you need them, and rather than carrying unnecessary equipment, incorporating HD video cameras into phones, along with apps that can edit and upload to YouTube straight from the cell phone, has caused the market to see some serious damage to their pocketbooks.
Cell phone cameras are also hurting the business of small pocket digital cameras, as higher quality cell phone cameras are now becoming a priority in cell phone design.
If the mp3 taught the CD anything… the best product is one you don’t have to carry with you, and cameras and video cameras in a cell phone which is most people’s daily required item, accomplished just that