Does anyone else know many people who own an iPad but just use it to play Solitaire?
"I was messing around with my iPad last night, downloading apps and organizing folders, when I came across Solitaire. I've always thought that Solitaire was for old grandmas and grandpas, but I thought it'd make a good addition to my “Classic Games” folder, along with Chess, Checkers, and Tic-Tac-Toe. I opened the game and the view popped up just as I'd always remembered:"
"The #May 27 "Second Revolution" came and went this weekend without the drama that many had expected. Turnout was pretty good — good enough to show that the ranks of those unsatisfied with the current state of affairs is plenty big, and big enough to show that the Muslim Brothers' participation is not essential to getting a decent number of people protesting."
"Just as I was talking about not being complacent and gaining a clearer understanding of Gaza’s closure, Gisha, the Tel-Aviv based Legal Center for Freedom of Movement, today released an animated film questioning common perceptions about Israel’s disengagement from Gaza and the closure (as in, its not all its cracked up to be)."
"In Bahrain’s recent history, no other date has been so keenly awaited than the 1st of June 2011, for on that day, the State of National Security ends, and a new era for Bahrain commences. The hope for that day is the return of the military forces to their barracks and the national dialogue resumes."