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Crazy things people do to make their Facebook posts/YouTube videos go viral

When we log on to Facebook ( considering you are one of those few people who don’t have Facebook always logged on) it prompts you to tell the world what you are up to today. For most of us the day is ordinary. Work emails, children’s calls, laundry chores, and perhaps watching Tasty videos. We can post about the holiday, share feelings about a friendship that turned sour, boast about the summer camp that kids are attending, nevertheless these kind of posts don’t go viral.

Let’s look at what people have done to make their posts/videos go viral.

Pedro Riuz was the wannabe youtuber. Along with his girlfriend, they recorded every single thing they did daily and posted videos of it on YouTube. They had a following but wanted more viewers. So a bright(?) idea struck them. Pedro wanted his girlfriend to shoot him in the chest and he thought a heavy book on the chest would act as a shield against the bullet. They thought this brave and dangerous act would make them famous. They were right, they became the headlines for a day, perhaps a week. Pedro was dead, the bullet went through the book into his chest killing him.

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A newly wed couple from Srilanka was on their way to start their journey. Sadly, the journey now can never happen only because they wanted the perfect selfie shot against a train. While they were taking the shot, the train sped through killing the groom, and the widowed bride suffered serious injuries. What use was this unusual shot?

Selfie-deaths have risen over the years. There is a page dedicated on Wikipedia. All in the search of the perfect shot, or to increase the number of likes and popularity.


Life on social media has blown out of proportion. It’s time to hit the brakes on social media.


Robotics Summer Camp in Naperville

YA-MA Learning Inc. Summer Camp

Don’t just play with robots, create them!

Dates: July 17- July 20

Contact : [email protected]/ 630-815-2162/ 312-498-3372

Fees: $200/3hours/4days


Locations :

  1. Gregory Middle School, 2621 Springdale Cir, Naperville, IL 60564 ( 9 am -12 Noon)
  2. 24222 Meridian Pkwy, Aurora, IL     60504 (9am – 5pm)
  3. 1272 Bond St, Naperville, IL 60563 (9am to 12am)


Age: 6 year-old to 8 year olds






Robotics and Arts- What a combination!


Simple machines, Gears, Pulleys , and basic programming. Stepping stone into the world of robotics with Lego We Do 2.0 kits. Understanding and building the simple machines will emerge into tinkerers who can imagine and build robots



Age: 9year old to 13 year-old


  1. Make a Bot









Dive into the world of building robots from scratch. Learn to build a robot from scratch and mechanics behind the creation. Command the robots by learning to code and perform tasks such as moving around and exploring the surroundings.

  1. Adventures in Robotics











Imagine, create, and make it go. Explore the fun filled world of robotics and engineering using LEGO MINDSTORMS Education EV3 Base Set and software. Venture into the world of coding by combining the versatility of the LEGO building system and intuitive drag-and-drop programming software. Have fun working in teams and with buddies. Learn the importance of teamwork. Work on previous year’s FLL challenges.

  1. Merging Hardware and Software









Learn about the different components of Desktops and use this knowledge to build your own desktops. You will boot up the desktop with a Linux based operating system and will learn to Code with python. Through this workshop you will understand how engineering, hardware and software merge into a computer.



In the Naperville area there is no better summer camp than this. Use your time and money wisely-enroll now in YA-MA learning summer camp.













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