Archive for October, 2010

Will the Future President of China be an African?

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Posted: October 28th, 2010
at 7:37am by Koookiecrumbles


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Scott Thomas on Post Press

Scott Thomas who MNP chatted with in the DOJO was just interviewed in Imprint:

Scott Thomas, whose recent book Designing Obama was produced as POD (print on demand) and as an iPhone app, is trying to kick up some digital dust. He recently announced Post Press, which he says "is committed to producing fine books and reinventing publishing in the 21st Century." An admirable notion, yet he could be standing on quicksand. DH interviewed him about the terrain he's scoped out.

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Posted: October 27th, 2010
at 8:10pm by Koookiecrumbles


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The Scale of the Universe

How big is big? Prepare to be amazed and astounded…

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Posted: October 27th, 2010
at 4:30pm by Black Ock

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These ideas suggest that we’re going to see even more mega-stars, rather than small indie bands that sites like last.fm and thesixtyone foster. This is probably going to be true for the most part. The music industry has always been a hits business and likely will stay that way given these profit-building predictions…And the way you pay for music is going to change. And you may not even know it but when you’ve paid $120 for that concert that used to cost $80, you’ve just bought a whole lot of CDs.

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Posted: October 27th, 2010
at 3:48pm by Koookiecrumbles


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Made from 2mm punched steel sheet, gas welded and powder coated the design is based on an prototype for a plastic outdoor chair made earlier in the year.

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Posted: October 27th, 2010
at 3:21pm by Koookiecrumbles


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In the pre-digital hive era there were limits to what the organic human brain, and therefore the mind, plus past experience, could calculate, then evaluate. At some point, one was forced to recognized the limits of a financial proposition or investment. Familiarity with the actual basis of an investment was necessary.

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Posted: October 27th, 2010
at 3:17pm by Koookiecrumbles


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H.A.M.

(AKA, Hot Ass Mess) If you were to read down this page, you might find an article about certain evil ninjas that we’d rather not be associated with. This guy, however, is A-Okay with me.

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Posted: October 27th, 2010
at 8:44am by Black Ock

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Life After Growth - Economics for Everyone

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Posted: October 27th, 2010
at 7:20am by Koookiecrumbles


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Cell Phone Time Traveler from 1928?

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Is a woman in a 1928 film who appears to have a cell phone glued to her ear in fact a time traveler? That’s what some conspiracy theorists think this eerie scene (video below) from Charlie Chaplin’s 1928 film, "The Circus" is telegraphing, or rather phoning, and that the woman — who looks about as time-traveler-ish as Martha Stewart, is indeed a voyager from the vortex of time and space.

Belfast filmmaker George Clarke, a Chaplin fan, says he was watching the "behind the scenes of ‘The Circus’ " and was "stumped" at what he saw.

"I kept winding it back, playing it; winding it back, playing it back, and I couldn’t explain this,"Ahe says. "I want to get this out there to let people try and give me an idea, because right now the only conclusion that I can come to — it sounds absolutely ridiculous, I’m sure, to some people — it’s a time traveler" Although, as Clarke notes, the "old woman … looks like a man in drag … on a mobile phone."

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Posted: October 26th, 2010
at 4:25pm by Koookiecrumbles


Categories: myninjaplease,cell phones,science

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