Sunday, January 31
What Next...Our Lady Gaga
Lady GaGa recieved two awards in the dance category during the pre-telecast. “Poker Face” beat out Madonna and Britney Spears for Best Dance Recording, and her debut album, The Fame, picked up the Best Electronic/Dance Album.
Saturday, January 30
Made In Brazil
Oo-Ooh I Got A Rocket
1. Whataya Want From Me- Adam Lambert
2. Rocket- Goldfrapp
3. Your Love Is My Drug- Ke$ha
4. In My Head- Jeason DeRulo
5. Rude Boy- Rihanna
6. Monster- Lady Gaga
7. Do You Remember (Feat. Sean Paul & Lil' Jon)- Jay Sean
8. Fight For This Love- Cheryl Cole
9. Haven't Met You Yet- Muchael Bublé
10. Don't Rain On My Parade- Glee Cast
11. Speechless- Lady Gaga
12. Empire State Of Mind (Part II)- Alicia Keys
13. Imma Be- Black Eyed Peas
14. Memories (Feat. Kid Cudi)- David Guetta
15. Fireflies- Owl City
16. Soldier Of Love- Sade
Download at the link below.
Friday, January 29
"Heart of Africa" in Europe
“Heart of Africa” that will replicate rain-forest habitats of the African Congo. Located around the Chester Zoo in northern England, the 112 foot-high zoological attraction will feature a jungle canopy and provide shelter to different animals, including gorillas, chimps, okapi, birds, fish, amphibians and reptiles. Spreading in 172,000 square feet area, the biodome is gonna be the Europe’s biggest conservation and animal attraction when it’ll open to the visitors in 2014."
Thursday, January 28
Possible Names for the iPad 2.0
• iPod OB
• The Starbucks Attention-Getter
• iTouch Maximum
• iMac Minimum
• Apple Newton v2.0
• The Procrastinatrix
• Crotch TV
• $800 Coke Mirror
• Steve Jobs' Lapsturbator
What Next...Concept Architecture
1Km Buenos Aires Forum
"Torcello group, whose leader is the architect Julio Torcello, proposed to build the Buenos Aires Forum (BAF), a building that will have a 1 kilometer in height, beating the UAE.
The BAF will be an International Business and Communication Center, will be built as a tribute to the Bicentennial, with six platforms of 55 hectares and a tower of 1,000 m high in ‘Rio de la Plata’, will cost 3330 million dollars and will create 20,000 jobs."
Via Good Airs
Super Ciccio Eyeglasses
Recently, I bought a new pair of glasses. Eyegoodies filled my prescription and sent them to
me in a qucikly after I placed the order. I am wanting to debut them online once I get a haircut.
See you on Facebook.
What Next...WWII Sci-Fi Tech
German Flying Saucers?
"The Haunebu models were larger discs ranging from 25 through 40 meters in diameter. That is 75 to 120 feet. They were powered by multiple-ganged energy units working together, like the AEG System, and these units also generated their own electro-gravitic field which neutralized the natural gravity around them, thus making the craft and all it carried essentially weightless. Experimental versions of this circular disc-shaped craft carried one to three 7.5 centimeter anti-tank cannon on their underside.
The cylindrical carrier craft were over 100' in diameter and could carry one or more of the Haunebu models and 3 or more of the smaller Vril models, all internally, and could launch and recover them in flight."
Read more at the link.
Contributed by MacGuru
Wednesday, January 27
Tights for Dudes?
Someone at my office was looking for tights and she stumbled on this retail site that included tights for guys. Dancers I can see, but basketball and skating? I am not judging though.
Update: A dude named Scot mentioned these may be good fro crime-fighting. Cute. I wish I had thought of that first.
Steve Jobs came down from the mountain with his iPad!
• 9.7-inch multitouch screen
• 1 GHz A4 Apple-made processor
• Wi-Fi / 3G connectivity
• Bluetooth 2.1
• A Mic
• 16 GB + WIFI: $499
• 2 GB + WIFI: $599
• 64 GB + WIFI: $699
• 16 GB + WIFI + 3G: $629
• 32 GB + WIFI + 3G: $729
• 64 GB + WIFI + 3G: $829
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In order to get started, just visit www.HeavyRain.com, the official web site for Heavy Rain. There you will find more information about “Four Days”: The Heavy Rain Online Experience and can register to get started. Once you’ve registered, you will receive an e-mail that will set you on a journey into the mind of a possible serial killer, giving you a sneak peek into the mystery and story of Heavy Rain. The rain is already falling – start looking there for answers…
iTablet Early Leak
1. It's going to run on an iPhone OS - this means apps should be compatible across the two platforms, though there may be some issues with screen size.
2. The tablet will be able to run several apps simultaneously - not something you can do with the current iPhone system.
3. It's got a camera on the back and on the front making video-conferencing even easier and letting it go augmented reality. He described it as "super stable but nothing new".
4. The tablet is a gaming machine - two thumb pads on either side of the screen can be used for controls the device comes with and built-in apps like Farmville, the popular Facebook game. It's optimised for connecting with other computers over wifi for multi-player online games.
5. The screen is high-end OLED and has a solar panel on the back (though Calacanis claims this is a bit of a gimmick.)
6. The tablet connects up with wireless keyboards for inputting text and to TVs for when you want a big screen monitor.
7. Price will be: $599 (£371), $699 (£432) and $799 (£494) depending on size and memory in the tablet, Calacanis says.
8. Media: Oh and Calacanis also says it's great for reading articles on, as you might expect if the device does indeed have a OLED screen. He said he'd read the New York Times and Vanity Fair on it.
9. A fingerprint reader security device: it can be programmed to register up to five users by their fingerprints per device.
10. Battery life: apparently it's great in eBook mode but slips down to 2-3hrs in wifi or gaming mode.