Japan fans cleaning up the stadium will melt your heart

When Japan fans were pictured cleaning up rubbish in the stadium after their World Cup clash with Ivory Coast, they won plenty of applause from the football world. The Samurai army, as they are known, took their own bags and brushes to the Arena Das Dunas and used them to cheer the team on, before getting to work after the full-time whistle.

They collected bottles, food wrappers and other rubbish long after thousands of other fans had left following the rather boring 0-0 draw. The supporters then neatly left the bags piled up around the back of the stands, so officials could easily dispose of them next time the bins are collected.

These heart-warming snaps show the fans hard at working making things nice for the next match, restoring some of the pride back into the beautiful game.

Naughty Kid with Dad Boss

The boss wondered why one of his most valued employees was absent but had not phoned in sick one day. Needing to have an urgent problem with one of the main computers resolved, he dialed the employee’s home phone number and was greeted with a child's whisper.

"Hello ?"

"Is your daddy home?" he asked.

"Yes", whispered the small voice.

May I talk with him?

The child whispered, "No."

Surprised and wanting to talk with an adult, the boss asked, "Is your Mommy there?" 


"May I talk with her?" 

Again the small voice whispered, "No"

Hoping there was somebody with whom he could leave a message, the boss asked, "Is anybody else there?"

"Yes", whispered the child, "a policeman."

Wondering what a cop would be doing at his employee's home, the boss asked, "May I speak with the policeman?"

"No, he's busy", whispered the child.

"Busy doing what?"

"Talking to Daddy and Mommy and the Fireman", came the whispered answer.

Growing more worried as he heard a loud noise in the background through the earpiece on the phone, the boss asked, "What is that noise?"

"A helicopter" answered the whispering voice.

"What is going on there?" demanded the boss, now truly apprehensive.

Again, whispering, the child answered, "The search team just landed a helicopter"

Alarmed, concerned and a little frustrated the boss asked, "What are they searching for?"

Still whispering, the young voice replied with a muffled giggle… "ME..."

Rare working Apple 1 computer sold for $374,500

A rare Apple 1, the first ready-made personal computer, has sold for $374,500 in an auction at Sotheby's, New York. The computer, consisting only of a naked motherboard, with primitive microchips and circuitry exposed, is thought to be one of only around half a dozen working examples of Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak's first hardware. The price was considerably more than Sotheby's estimate of $180,000 and sets a new record for a sale of one of the machines. It's estimated that of the Apple 1 original 200, only around 50 remain, and only six of those are known to be in working condition.

Apple Store at Shanghai, China

The architects of Bohlin Cywinski Jackson turned the entrance of Apple Store from Shanghai in a spectacular glass cylinder which captivates the whole attention of the exterior space. The concept was simple, they wanted to express the slogan of Apple: "Simplicity is the Ultimate Sophistication". Not treated like a barrier between employees and customers, the glass creates the psychological effect to perceive that everything could be accessible to you. The stares are fixed to an interior small cylinder also from glass, so they appear to visitors like they're floating.

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