Google reveals social network to challenge Facebook

New York - Google Tuesday unveiled its new social networking service to take on Facebook. The Internet search engine introduced Google+ social net for what it called 'real life sharing.

' To be available first by invitation only, Google said its social network will assemble the most basic human needs to connect with others. Aiming to take gain of flaws in networking on Facebook, Google said, 'Today, the connections between people ever more happen online.

Google vs Facebook

Yet the detail and substance of real world interactions are lost in the rigidness of our online tools. In this basic, individual way, online sharing is awkward.

Even broken. And we aim to fix it.'' It would offer options of networking, counting 'Circles' interface for adding friends and distribution 'what matters, with the people who matter most' and 'Hangouts' border for group video chat.

'The presentation of Google+ will test whether Google can beat its past flops in social networking, like Buzz and Orkut, and deal with one of the most pressing challenges facing the company,'' said the New York Times.

'In May, 180 million people visited Google sites, as well as YouTube, versus 157.2 million on Facebook, according to comScore.

But Facebook users looked at 103 billion pages and spent an average of 375 minutes on the site, while Google users viewed 46.3 billion pages and spent 231 minutes.

'Advertisers pay close attention to those numbers, and to the fact that people more and more turn to Facebook and other social sites like Twitter to ask questions they used to ask

Google, like a suggestion for a restaurant or doctor, because they want more personalized answers,'' the New York Times said.

India has placed 4th most dangerous place for women in the world

The high number of female foeticide, infanticide and human trafficking common in India has placed it as the fourth most dangerous place for women in the world, according to a review.

Afghanistan is the most dangerous place for women followed by independent Republic of Congo, Pakistan, India and Somalia in the survey conducted by Thomson Reuters' Trustlaw Women, a hub of legal information and legal maintain for women's rights.

These three countries are in South Asia.

The poll asked 213 experts in the field from five continents to rank countries on their overall opinion of danger as well as by six key categories of risk, health threats, sexual violence, non-sexual violence, harmful practices rooted in culture, tradition and/or religion, lack of access to economic resources and human trafficking.

Young 16 year old model nyasha named the face of Louis Vuitton

Young 16 year old model Nyasha Moronhodze is the hottest face of Louis Vuitton. 

Nyasha is from Zimbabwe. She has dazzling skin and amazing chiseled features. Nyasha became a high fashion model after winning the UK Elite Model appear Competition in 2009.

She has walked the runway for many big name design houses as well as Emanuel Ungaro and Charles de Castelbajac. 

The latest ad battle is directed by Marc Jacobs and shot by photographer Stephen Meisel. There are lots of cars, dogs and of course huge fashion. 

The industry has been varying over the years. First there was the addition of the atypical beauty. Blond and blue eyed models had just become passe. 

Then there was the enclosure of bigger size models that the average person could relate to. Now we are considering much younger models replacing the big name super models. 

It seems that all these changes in modeling are optimistic. You can't help but flood over the images from the Louis Vuitton campaign and long to have one of those blue monogram bags.

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