Monday, December 1, 2014

Missing for Four Days, Kosta Karageorge, an Ohio State Defensive Lineman, Is Found Dead

defensive tackle Kosta Karageorge was found dead Sunday, four days after he had last been seen, Sgt. Richard Weiner of the Columbus Police Department told reporters.

Karageorge, a senior who had not been heard from since he went for a walk around 2 a.m. Wednesday, died from what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to Weiner. Weiner said that Karageorge’s body was found in a trash bin Sunday afternoon and that the police had recovered a handgun at the scene.

Weiner added that the police were still investigating the death, and were working to determine how long the body had been in the trash bin and whether the gun belonged to Karageorge.
Karageorge’s family had indicated that his disappearance might have had something to do with his concussion history. He reportedly sent a text message to his mother, apologizing if he had been an “embarrassment” and blaming concussions.

Emily kinney walking dead age

After being absent for the first three episodes of season 5, Emily Kinney made her return Sunday night to The Walking Dead as Beth, and in a big way. Beth woke up in a hospital only to be physically and sexually abused by people who demanded compensation for supposedly saving her out in the wild. Along the way, she was forced to share a lollipop with a super-creepy cop, got to dine on guinea pig, and made a daring escape attempt that ended up being only partly successful. We caught up with Kinney to get her thoughts on the episode and one of the most uncomfortable scenes in Walking Dead history.

Why iPhone 6 And 6 Plus Changing Attention

Even before Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) launched the big-screen iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, analysts had predicted that these devices would eat into the iPad sales. The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus were expected to assume many of the functions of the iPad, giving users fewer reasons turn to their tablets. More than two months after the launch, we now have some concrete data suggesting that the new iPhones are indeed changing reading habits of users.

According to the popular save-for-later reading and video service Pocket, the new iPhone users spend a lot more time reading on their iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, even if they own an iPad. Pocket users save millions of articles, videos and other items every day. Pocket conducted this study by using more than 2 million “opens,” of videos and web articles. It compared behavior of users who previously owned an iPhone 5 or 5S and upgraded to the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. At the same time, these people used an iPad.
So, what changes did Pocket observe in user behavior before and after the upgrade? Prior to the switch, the iPhone 5S users spent 55% of their reading time on the smartphone and 45% on the iPad. But those who upgraded to the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 now spend 72% of their reading time on the device. Only 28% of their reading time is spent on the iPad.