Did you know Jim Parsons is gay??


Every straight man would have forfeited. But there is one good reason why Jim Parsons was able to resist Penny’s charms. The 43-year-old was gay since childhood, and he is in a relationship with another man that goes back 14 years.

Parsons can be seen together with art director Todd Spiewak, a relationship described by the actor very naturally. “An act of love, coffee in the morning, going to work, washing the clothes, taking the dogs out— a regular life, boring love.”

Back when “The Big Bang Theory” started, everyone considered it a fluke worth watching if you were a geek. However, Parsons delivered an incredible role as Sheldon Cooper, claiming a favorable position on the redrawn map of Hollywood.

And yes, the spot you are in now on the couch might belong to Sheldon.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Officially Launched In The US

Samsung has announced that its new Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus smartphones are now available in the US.

The handsets are also available in Canada, Korea and Puerto Rico and they will be launching in more countries in the coming weeks.

Samsung Electronics officially announced today the commercial launch of its Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ to select markets around the world. The flagship smartphones are initially available in four markets – U.S., Canada, Puerto Rico and Korea – and will continue rolling out to additional markets in the weeks ahead.

With the bezel-less Infinity Display, the Galaxy S8 builds upon its history of creating stunning designs to offer an immersive viewing experience. The smooth lines and ergonomic curvature of the phone ensure that the 5.8-inch Galaxy S8 and 6.2-inch Galaxy S8+ both look great and fit comfortably into your hand. The upgraded specs of the Galaxy S8 offer both increased performance and efficiency thanks to the industry’s first 10nm processor, Gigabit LTE and Gigabit Wi-Fi compatibility and the first officially designated Mobile HDR PremiumTM screen.

You can find out more details about the new Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus over at Samsung at the link below.

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Photos of the very hot Haggah Macharia the Jubilee Party Nairobi Women Rep aspirant using her appeal to get all the votes in the County (Must See)

​The posters of a lady campaigning for a political post under Jubilee Party, Kenyan most popular political party, has been making the rounds on Kenyan’s social media.


Kenyan politicians are known for their unusual and mostly hilarious campaign posters, but this is being described as the most audacious and raunchiest ever seen in the land.


The pretty young lady is seen wearing hot pants on her poster and many young people are saying that it’s such a compelling and appealing campaign. Many are already saying that they will be voting her into the position of women’s rep which she is aspiring for.

A Kenyan shared his opinion

“In truth, perhaps I am swayed by her political disposition.. because I have an inclination towards such politics as opposed to capitalism or communism. I truly feel she has alot to offer our national politics. I would love to see her debate wherever many of these women’s reps debate.”

“Kenyan politicians do nothing anyway, we might aswell vote in one that ATLEAST looks good on camera.”

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Google’s New Website To Learn Computer Science and Programming

For years, Google has been doing a lot of work to make people aware of computer science and programming. In this article, we’ll be talking about Google’s latest effort to promote computer science and programming. Google launched a new Education website  called Google CS Education which is a collection of different programming tools and other basic resources for the beginners.
This new website is mainly focused on three stages:

1. Learn Computer Science

2. Participate in Academic Opportunities

3. Access Career Opportunities

The main goal of Google CS Education website is to teach computer science in the simplest way. So that even a kid can learn such stuff.

This page contains resources for both student and the educator. It also includes the coding tools and technology.

Apart from learning computer science and programming, you can also use this portal to explore scholarships by visiting the ‘Participate in Academic Opportunities’ tab.

You can also explore multiple Contests and internships that are organised by google by clicking on the ‘Access Career Opportunities’ tab.

This one-stop place for learning includes some well-known learning programs like Google’s Made with Code, igniteCS and CS First.We all know that learning computer science is a way to explore opportunities and implement your innovative ideas. With the new CS EDU website, you can access Google’s programs at one place and keep learning.

Is Airtel Exiting the Kenyan Market?

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Airtel Kenya seems to be in the process of exiting the Kenyan market if the current market structure in terms of market dominance is not addressed.

Airtel, which comes in second after its main competitor in the telecommunication industry, Safaricom has been fighting to sustain itself in the tough industry since its parent company, India Bharti Airtel took over from Zain in 2010.

Data from the Communications Authority of Kenya shows that as of June 2016, Airtel had a market share of 16.6 percent with 6.5 million subscribers on its network. This marked a decline of 200,000 customers in three months. Airtel’s subscriptions dropped from 6,722,412 in March 2016 to 6,588,825 as at the end of June 2016, as the operator relinquished 0.9 percent of its market share. Safaricom on the other hand ranked top with a 65.2 percent market share as its customers in the period grew 3.1 percent to 25.9 million.

The telecommunications firm on Friday sent home 100 of its staff, in what it termed a “strategic organizational restructuring to improve efficiency across function”, adding the redundancy to the 60 others that the telco laid off in January 2016.

Sources have disclosed that the firm has already started selling some of its assets including Airtel Money, Enterprises, customer service and sales and Distribution, which will be merged to operate as one. As if this is not enough, the company is also said to be in the process of abandoning its warehouses across the country including Nakuru, Kisumu, Eldoret, Mombasa and Nyeri. All it services will be offered from Nairobi. Airtel last year laid a good marketing strategy introducing Unliminet that targeted the growing data market and placed it high on the bar. It gained the firm New customers especially the youths. However, they disassembled the initial packages by slashing down it’s elements sending most of the acquired customers to drop it.

After Reading This You’ll Never Throw Away These Bags Again… uses of siliaca gels

The silica gel bags we often find in shoe boxes usually end up in the trash, just because we believe they’re completely useless and even toxic.However, the truth is that there is no poison in them whatsoever. They are filled with a substance called silicon dioxide which shouldn’t be eaten but it can be very useful around the house. They’re a non-toxic inert desiccant that will dry out anything around them. Here is how you can use them:

1. Put them in your gym bag

These bags’ main purpose is to absorb the extra moisture and protect your shoes. Bacteria mostly thrive in damp and moist

environments so they can help you eliminate the dampness and germs from your gym bag. They can also eliminate the foul odor.

2. Put them between towels

Prevent your towels from getting damp and smelling unpleasantly by putting a few of these in the towel cabinet.

3. Make your razors last longer

Instead of leaving your razor around in the bath where it’s always wet put it in a plastic container with a few silica bags inside. It will make it last longer.

4. Save your drowned phone

When your phone drops in water and gets all wet instead of putting it in a jar of rice try the same with silica bags. Fill a jar with them and put your mobile in, it will be much more effective

5. No more foggy car windows

I most definitely adore this one, since foggy car windows cause me a lot of problems especially in this damp weather season. This goes to all you drivers out there; it’s a true lifesaver in the winter. Instead of waiting for the air conditioning to do its job,which in older car models can take forever, put a bunch of these silica gel bags under your windshield from the inside immediately. You’ll see that tomorrow your windows won’t be foggy. It’s the fastest way to stop your windows from fogging up and you’ll save yourself the 10 extra minutes needed to clean them up.

6. Save your old photos

Old photos usually deteriorate with time, which is really sad because they are the sole reminders of our past and are quite dear to our hearts. Put a couple of silica gel bags in your box of old photos to save them from the dampness that can ruin them.

7. Save your make up

Every women needs to have a bag or two of silica gel in her make up purse to stop the powdery make up from curdling.



There you have it, 7 fun and useful tips which can make your life easier. Next time you buy something with silica gel bags in it don’t throw them away, they can be quite useful. Can you think of another way you can use these bags, maybe you’re already using them for something we haven’t mentioned? Please share your thoughts and ideas, we can all learn something new.

Did You Know the First Computer Mouse Was Wooden?

​The computer mouse : undeniably the cutest of the gadget world. The small, clickable tool is the reason we can browse social networks, search Google, play games and send email. And more importantly, where would we all be without the right-click and the cursor?

But this powerful computer piece comes from humble beginnings and had a long road to the sleek, sometimes quirky, often high-tech and efficient tool we now use on a daily basis.

The mouse’s key feature is its trackball. The first known trackball can be traced to the Canadian Navy in 1952. This “mouse” was actually a bowling ball attached to a complicated hardware system that could sense the motion of the ball and imitate the movement on a screen. But the world would never have access to the heavy-duty mouse — since it was a secret military creation the tech was never patented or produced.

Eleven years after the military design, Douglas Engelbart became the father of the modern mouse. He developed a gadget made with a wooden base using two wheels to roll back and forth. It was the first mouse that could fit into a user’s hand.

The mouse — now a circular shape — next surfaced in Germany, complete with a trackball that helped draw vector graphs.

Xerox was next to take a swing at honing the clicker, resulting in the “Alto.” The mouse used LEDs and optical sensors, plus a special grid-printed mousepad for it to function. Then, in 1981, Xerox refined its gadgetry. The mouse worked with Xerox’s Star interface, and was the first mouse that the public could purchase for use — but it would run you $75,000 for the full system.

In 1983, Apple entered the game. Its mouse brought back the trackball technology and used a single, horizontal button. The mouse accompanied Apple’s Lisa computer, costing $10,000 at the time, and the rectangular shape was not the most comfortable, ergonomically speaking.

The popular curved and contoured mouse didn’t arrive on the scene until 1991, when Logitech launched the first wireless mouse. Called the “Cordless MouseMan,” it was the first to use radio signals and could move free of the receiver’s line of sight.

Logitech stepped up its game again in 2004, manufacturing a laser mouse, ditching the popular infrared LED version. This also meant the end to the beloved mousepad, since the MX1000 worked effortlessly on all surfaces.

The scroll wheel made it possible for users to race through documents or down webpages and was a Microsoft creation in 1996, arriving with the IntelliMouse Explorer. And in 1998, Apple popularized the USB, making mice even more universal, since most computers had at least one USB port.

An ever-evolving computer accessory, it’s the future of the mouse that shows real innovation. For example, the Logitech MX Air will work in midair, there are 3D mice that let you feel objects on the screen and mice that use brain waves to let you control on screen activities.

But really, who could ask for something better than this:


(Image courtesy of Fugly.com )


Though it has a colorful history, the mouse may soon be obsolete, if devices like Leap Motion go mainstream.