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FrightFest 2011 Diary: Day 3

First published by Little White Lies

Diary Day 3 – Saturday, 27th August 

Troll Hunter (preview)

“Fairytales don’t normally match reality,” Hans (Otto Jespersen) tells the three Volda College students (played by Glenn Erland Toskrud, Johanna Møck, Thomas Alf Larsen) whom he has allowed to accompany him on his latest nocturnal hunt so that it can be captured on film and exposed to the public – and it is precisely this mismatch, and the comedy of incongruity that it forges, which lies at the heart of André Øvredal’s impressive feature debut… 3,079 more words

watching my thoughts

What’s up? I wonder while watching my thoughts
scattering about like frightened chicken
thousands of unsorted  interesting matters
someone must have pushed the panic button… 85 more words

Life As It Is

Uber seeks dismissal of lawsuit brought against it by Indian rape victim

Uber has asked the courts to dismiss a lawsuit brought against it by an Indian woman who said in 2014 that she was raped by one of the company’s drivers. 387 more words


Uber Adding "Panic Button" To Mobile App In Chicago

A few weeks after announcing that Uber would implement a panic button feature in its app for users in India after allegations of rape against a driver there, the company now says it’ll be launching the safety feature in Chicago soon as well. 210 more words

Uber introduces India-specific safety features in taxi app

Uber’s India app now has a “send status” feature to enable passengers to share ride details with their contacts in real time. The app also has an “SOS” button to call the local police directly. 120 more words


Uber To Offer 'Panic Button' To Improve Safety For Riders In India

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS/AP) – Uber says it’s introducing two new safety features for riders in India in response to concerns about safety that followed a passenger reporting she had been raped by a driver. 193 more words


Check out Shadow: A portable panic button that phones for help

In an emergency situation, your best friend might be your smartphone. But what if your personal security is threatened and you simply don’t have time to dig for your handset, unlock the device and place an emergency call? 210 more words