July 2016 – The Concrete World Crazy Over Pokémon Go

People have been playing video games for decades, and there are also examples of some games assuming extreme popularity over a period of time. However, the kind of popularity that Pokémon Go achieved in July 2016 is unparalleled in the annals of video games. This craze for the game was not confined to homes and offices as one could see people literally searching for Pokémon on the streets in the hope of catching them. Including the Newport Beach concrete contractors working on my home here.  

An image of Pokemon Go.

July 2016 was All About Pokémon Go

2018 – The Mohebi Inserter Was Invented For Hair Transplant Procedures

In 2018, Dr. Parsa Mohebi invented an invention that has transformed the hair transplant industry for the better. The device is to help the doctors make the placement of hair follicles a lot easier during the transplant process.

When placing hair grafts, it was common for the patients to have trauma when placing the grafts. With the implanter, the trauma is greatly reduced and hair transplants are far more efficient.

The hair transplant process is now far more efficient and there is less pain to the patients during the process.

Visit Dr. Mohebi’s office in LA, San Francisco, or Beverly Hills.…

March 2012 – “Kony 2012” Went Viral

Today, it is common for videos to suddenly go viral on YouTube. Many videos get millions of views and likes, and no one takes any notice of this phenomenon. But in March 2012, when a video called Kony 2012 became viral within a few days of being launched on the video-sharing platform YouTube, it grabbed the attention of all the people. 

What was Kony 2012 All About?

Kony 2012 was a short documentary movie made by a small nonprofit organization form San Diego called Invisible Children. This documentary threw light on a character called Joseph Kony, a warlord from Central Africa who kidnapped small children and inducted them as soldiers in his own militia. The group making this video wanted to bring Joseph Kony to justice, and it had no other way than to make a video on his misdeeds. The documentary told the viewers that Joseph Kony used his militia to terrorize villagers in several Central African countries for nearly 2 decades. …

April 2011 – Millions Tuned In To Watch A Royal Wedding

Royal weddings arouse curiosity among the commoners, and they want to know as much information they can about royalties getting married. However, very few individuals from commoners get a chance to attend these royal weddings in person. This is usually done to avoid chaos at the venue of the wedding and also to ensure the safety and security of all the important people attending the ceremony. It is in this background that the wedding ceremony of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge assumed significance when millions of people watched the ceremony live on television.  

Westminster Abbey is the Venue of the Royal Wedding

April 2010 – The First iPad Came Out

Apple’s iPad seems to have become an integral part of many students’ lives and executives these days. Users love the functionality and touch features of a smartphone in a gadget. Almost as large as a small laptop but without the inconvenience of carrying a heavy device. Realizing the power of this new segment of a mobile device created by Apple, all other electronics companies are today manufacturing tablets and selling them in large numbers. 

Apple Logo

Steve Jobs Introduced IPad to the World

2010 is the year when Apple introduced the first iPad to the world. This revolutionary device was introduced at a huge gathering in San Francisco on 27 January, but it was only in April that the iPad found its way to the shelves in the shops and stores selling electronic products. 

Consumers Lapped Up the Idea of this Revolutionary Device