the naked mind


When the phone became smart we thought the life got easier. Then TV started to become smart and life was a bit easier. Now it appears that watches, which had lost love of their owners, are set to be back on wrists as SmartWatch.

Smartwatches are watches which does more than just adding a few normal functionalities like time, date, chrono etc. SmartWatch is like a tiny computer on your wrist as an extension of your smartphone.

It is connected to your phone or even cloud to give you updates, notifications, time and weather etc. on your wrist in real time. If you have a call, it will produce a gentle vibration on your wrist. If you want to hang up, just shake your wrist and you are disconnected.

You can see apps, read your mails & messages, listen to your phone music (and on the board music from watch…

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tina brown sister of bobby sold this pic to the national enquirer for $500,000


I don’t care what nobody says, you got to be a cold hearted snake to take a picture like this of anyone and sell it for money. I wonder what she did with that money? Did she donate it to a Whitney Houston Charity? Did she use it to help out Bobby Kris??? Hell No, I bet she bought herself some clothes, a house, a car and what not…

Cissy Houston talks about Whitney’s house before her death


Whitney Houston’s mother was left mortified by the state of her tragic daughter’s house during her 2005 intervention because images of “evil eyes” and “strange faces” had been spray-painted around the home.

Cissy Houston arrived at her trouble daughter’s home in Georgia after a call from her son Gary, who feared the star’s drug issues were going to kill her.

But she was left frightened by the chaotic scene she witnessed after she was let into the home, as strange images had been painted on the doors – and Houston’s own face had been cut out of family portraits.

Opening up about the incident in her tell-all book, Remembering Whitney, Cissy writes, “I flew to Atlanta and rang the door of the house she shared with her husband, Bobby Brown.

“I knew if she was in half as bad a state as that house, she really was in trouble. I’d never seen any house that looked like this one, much less a multi-million dollar home.

“I stood in shock. It was dirty and messy, but that wasn’t it. The things I saw sent a chill through me. Somebody had spray-painted the walls and door with big glaring eyes and strange faces. Evil eyes, staring out like a threat. Who would do such a thing? It seemed crazy.

“In another room there was a big framed photo of Nippy (Houston’s nickname), Bobby and their daughter, Kriss – but someone had cut Nippy’s head out. It was beyond disturbing, seeing my daughter’s face cut out like that. It was frightening.”

Cissy returned to the home with local cops with a court order to take her daughter into rehab, and she believed her superstar daughter never forgave her for the intervention.

She adds, “Because of the court order, Nippy had no choice. She stayed in rehab the whole four weeks… Eventually she stopped being angry at me and later told people I saved her life. But I’m not sure she ever forgave me. I think some part of her couldn’t stand that I had made her reveal her worst side to me.”

The singer was found dead in a bathtub in her Beverly Hills hotel suite on Feb. 11, 2012. The book hits shelves on Tuesday.