Los Angeles Unified School District, a district already in deep financial trouble, will use almost $1 million to meet its goal to trains teens “to be messengers to family members” about how to take advantage of taxpayer subsidized health care, known best as Obamacare. According to the Heartlander Magazine, spokeswoman Sarah Soto-Taylor of Covered California, the state’s branch of the federal program, said the staff doesn’t question the goal.
“We have confidence that the model LA Unified brought to the table will be successful in reaching our target population, which included family members of students.,” she said. Continue reading
Take A Tour Of The World’s Most Luxurious Hotel
The Burj Al Arab calls itself the “World’s Most Luxurious Hotel”—and for good reason.
With 202 luxurious duplex suites, four swimming pools, a private beach club, personalized butler service, and airport transfers in a Rolls Royce, Mercedes, or helicopter, it stands out in almost every way for its over-the-top luxury. They even recently unveiled solid 24-carat gold iPads, which serve as a “virtual concierge” for guests.
Common: The kitchen family was shocked when son Danny, center, racked up £1,700 pounds ($2,600) for add-ons in a free-to-download game
Apple loses $100MILLION class action suit to parents of kids who went on unauthorized app spending sprees
Apple has settled a $100 million class action suit with parents who demanded the return of money their kids blew on app store spending splurges they never authorized.
The settlement stems from a suit first filed in 2011 in the wake of a Washington Post report about naughty kids using parents’ hard-earned money to buy games and game add-ons for their iPhones and iPads. Apple will make amends with cash or iTunes credits of $5 for parents claiming the lowest losses, with restitution going up from there.
Meet the five-year-old boy in Dior, Tom Ford and Gucci who has become an Instagram style icon thanks to his high fashion selfies
- Alonso Mateo, from Laguna Beach has stylist mother and financier father
- Posts self-styled photoshoots and selfies to Instagram
- Has 2,500 followers and numerous fan sites set up in his honour
- Mother defends son’s passion saying he is a ‘normal, grounded, polite boy’
Another milestone in the history of Google Glass was made Thursday when Dr. Rafael Grossmann used the device to record a surgery he was performing. Grossmann, who is in the Google Explorer program and one of the few to already have glass, wrote about the surgery on his personal blog.
He believed that the platform had great potential for use in healthcare, specifically surgery where it could allow for better intra-operative consultations, mentoring, and education.