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Featured

It’s Snowing in Minnesota! Yes, October Is Early for That
In the northern Minnesota town of Roseau, 14 inches of snow fell. Meteorologists say snowfall will be above normal this winter in an arc of the country stretching from Minnesota to New York.
Portrait of Detective in Fatal Shooting of Noel Polanco
A detective who shot an unarmed driver in Queens had been hailed for bravery but also named in two lawsuits claiming abuse.
Apple Marks One-Year Anniversary of Steve Jobs' Death
On the one-year anniversary of Steve Jobs' death, Apple has posted a new remembrance on its website. Visitors to apple.com are presented with a nearly two-minute photo slideshow of Jobs paired with some of his famous audio clips. Once the slideshow is completed, the website transitions to a simple letter of remembrance from Tim Cook below the standard site navigation bar.A message from Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO. Steve’s passing one year ago today was a sad and difficult time for all of us. I hope that today everyone will reflect on his extraordinary life and the many ways he made the world a b
pumpkin cinnamon rolls
Something kind of terrifying is going on around here, and it started in the back of the closet. I found shoes there, old shoes, shoes that did not fit. They had to go. Thus far, this is the snoring-est horror story yet, but wait, the discontent simmers: Half the closet followed, all of the plastic hangers that drove me batty were replaced with nonslip ones, sweaters were color-sorted, dresses were arranged by season and my husband’s closet is on notice too. It gets worse: What began as a vague declaration that “this coffee table needs to be replaced” turned into an entire living room overh

tech

Apple gives former MobileMe users an extra year of free iCloud storage
When Apple made the move from MobileMe to iCloud, it offered a bonus to users that used the former service: a bump in storage capacity, free of charge. That had been scheduled to expire the past Sunday, September 30th, but as first noticed by AppleInsider the offer has been extended for an additional year. The extension, detailed to former MobileMe customers via email and on Apple's
Why Zynga Failed
The year was 2008 and Zynga had it all figured out. Facebook became a portal to games for those who had never played. Viral growth there was unchecked. Facebook ad rates were low, so buying traffic was cheap. And most games were played on the desktop. But soon everything changed, and Zynga never recovered. Here’s a look at four big shifts that caused Zynga’s power and share price to plummet. Too M
More than three thousand Foxconn workers go on strike, affecting several iPhone 5 production lines
Somewhere between three thousand and four thousand workers at the Foxconn factory in Zhengzhou, China went on strike today, a move that halted production on several iPhone 5 production lines throughout the factory. According to China Labor Watch, the driving force behind this strike are demands for exacting quality despite a lack of training for workers to meet those quality demands
GitHub releases a new training site to teach you about collaborative coding
Following its redesigned profile pages, GitHub, the popular collaborative coding hub for developers, has just launched a brand new training site to help anyone get started with its service and learn Git. GitHub already hosts some 2.1 million users and nearly 3.8 million code repositories (it’s even replacing resumes for some programmers), but the site is still dedicated to growth. Today’s announce

design

A Smartphone Charging Cable That’s Also A Flexible Dock And Tripod
In an age of amazingly capable, brilliantly designed consumer electronics, there is no greater buzzkill than the charging cable. It’s a nuisance that manifests itself in all sorts of ways: the unsightly rat tail hanging down from your expertly mounted flat-screen TV, the untamable mess of cords under your desk, or just the way the charging cable included with the iPhone is, without fail, just a li
Thonet Concept Bike Raises the Suspension-of-Disbelief Question Once Again...
A HED of the curve? Earlier this year, we saw a manufacturing video of a Thonet chair, well worth revisiting on the occasion of a new collaboration that has been making web rounds (the relevant segment starts at 1:48 or so. Now that its iconic steambent design has been around for 153 years, the Frankenburg, Germany-based company is looking to branch out (no pun intended) from furniture with none
Vivacious Polish Apartment
HomeDSGN recently covered this 969 square foot contemporary apartment in Warsaw designed by Polish architectural firm Widawscy Studio Architektury. With imaginative open plan layout bursting with cheerful color pops and unusual furniture selections, this house tour will brighten your day! Even brighter than the daylight that bathes this home, the décor shines with cleverly clashing color combinat
Breathtaking Photographs from Cabo San Lucas
Time for more great world photography! I must say i really love going to the beach... the ocean, the sand, the sun, the wind... oh man, just by saying that I can't wait for the summer already! And what better than enjoying a nice set of beach photography?These were taken at Cabo San Lucas, Mexico! What a wonderful place to be spend your vacations. It's got lovely rock formations and crystal clear

business

Why Apple Made the Right Call on Apple Maps
Though it has been widely available for only a few days, mounting complaints over Apple's new mapping application, seen as a poor substitute for the Google Maps application that it replaces, are tarnishing the launch of the iPhone5. The episode is clearly a rare misstep by a company whose obsession for delivering outstanding product functionality is legendary. Indeed, CEO Tim Cook quickly and pub
Andreessen Horowitz Hires Twitter's Elizabeth Weil to Focus on Social
Elizabeth Weil, who leads corporate design and culture at Twitter, is leaving to join venture firm Andreessen Horowitz. Weil said today that she will be the firm’s partner in charge of social, working most closely with Mark Cranney. Weil had spent three years at Twitter, starting in corporate development, where she managed the acquisitions of companies like Tweetie and DabbleDB, then launching the
Words With Friends co-creators leave Zynga
Well, this isn’t going to help Zynga’s stock price. Paul and David Bettner, the creators of Zynga’s enormously successful Words With Friends game and its subsequent Zynga With Friends titles, are leaving Zynga. In a phone interview with GamesBeat, the brothers confirmed their departure but wouldn’t say what they’ll do next. They would also not say what they thought of their time at Zynga. Paul Be
Employment: Somewhat Better
The payroll job growth was still weak, but there was some encouraging news in the employment report. This is just one report, but it was great to see the employment-population ratio increase for the key working age demographic of 25 to 54 years old (first graph below). Also the unemployment rate is now at the lowest level since January 2009 (when the economy was collapsing), and it was encouragi

cooking

My Berlin Kitchen: The Book Tour Ends
The last days of the tour went by in warp speed. Sunday, DC. Monday, New York. Tuesday, Boston. Wednesday, back to Germany. Bam! Just like that. I'm still reeling a little. When we got off the airplane at dusk in DC, the air smelled familiar again. California smelled different, somehow. Drier, more exotic. As we rode the comparatively empty streets to our hotel, I felt in a weird way like I w
Harvest Tart
I was lucky to be at my friend Kate’s house and extensive fruit and vegetable gardens in the Lot a few weeks back, when the seasons were overlapping. The last of the red peaches were still clinging to the trees, while the branches of the nearby pear and fig trees were filled with wonderful fruit ripe for the picking – and baking. And I couldn’t resist spending my time wandering around the yard an
Derby Farm Flowers and Gardens Event
Book Signing at Derby Farm Flowers & Garden I am very excited about this event. First, because it’s happening locally. Second, because it’s taking place in a completely delightful gift and flower store that is a favorite of mine–oh yes, I’ve already found props there too! So naturally, when Derby Farm Flowers & Gardens in Arlington asked whether I’d like to have a book signing in their
Sweet n’Savory Fig-a-licious Tart with Sacatomato
 It’s hard to believe that an entire month has gone by at school…..where does the time go?  Allow if you ask my body, it’ll tell you it feels more like a year!   Pretty soon we’ll start getting our much needed extra days off….sigh   I still remember looking at the school calendar as I contemplated going to work there.  I couldn’t believe we got that many days off!   Now I live for the extra days,

photography

cybersquatting
You won’t find the word ‘cybersquatting’ in the dictionary, but it does have a meaning and it’s not new. For years, Internet Copyright Law has been in place, but for years not many have known it existed and those who did failed to take it seriously. The normal attitude has been, if it’s online and I want it, it’s mine, but that attitude is slowly, but surely becoming a self–inflicted, dangerous at
americana
image notes: the rolling hills of kentucky — shot with NIKON D300 through the side window at about 75 miles per hour.       Buy land, they’re not making it anymore. — that Mark Twain guy said that     ( larger view @500px )       Exif data:   Aperture Value: 4.526069 Exposure Time: 1 / 1999 Flash: Flash did not fire FNumber: 4.8 Focal Length: 62 Focal Length In 35mm Film: 93 ISO Speed Ratings: 40
The Morning Light by Alfon No
The Morning Light by Alfon No Alfon No: Photos · Blog
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Untitled by Ася Ромашкан . retouch: vk.com/xx_dd Ася Ромашкан: Photos · Blog

cinema

Did you choose your religion?
This entry was originally titled, "Would you kill Baby Hitler?" Unfortunately, as several readers pointed out, most of the comments centered on the title, suggesting few had made it to the end. The entry is not about Hitler so much as about fate, chance, and luck. I'm giving it a second chance under another title. The original entry began: Of course, you would have needed to know on April 20,
Kevin Spacey's Jameson First Shot Contest is Back with Willem Dafoe
It's time for Round 2! Late last year we featured a very unique filmmaking competition called Jameson First Shot, put together by actor Kevin Spacey and producer Dana Brunetti, sponsored by Jameson Irish Whiskey, that would give one emerging filmmaker the opportunity of a lifetime - the chance to make a film with Kevin Spacey in it. After a very successful first year, Jameson First Shot is back f
Watch: Awesome 50th Anniversary Tribute to James Bond Videos!
"The name's Bond, James Bond." What an incredible legacy! Time to toast a martini, shaken not stirred, to the one-and-only MI6 spy. EON Productions has declared October 5th as Global Bond Day in honor of the 50th Anniversary of one of my all-time favorite cinematic characters - Agent 007, created by Ian Fleming. In connection with it being James Bond's big day, a couple of awesome video tributes
'Star Trek Into Darkness' First Clip Reveals Spock In A Volcano
For months now, we’ve agonized over the ludicrously titled Star Trek reboot sequel, Star Trek Into Darkness—will Khan be in it?  Will Captain Kirk be as much of an overacted cartoon character as he was in the first film?  Will there be another villain motivated by another ridiculous reason for revenge coupled with massive plot holes?  None of that is for certain.  What is for certain, however, is

deco

Extractor Hood for horizontal cabinet
Materials: Akurum - luftig - rubrik Description: Hi, we just assembled our kitchen for the beach house. We really liked horizontal cabinets but since Ikea do not provide an extractor hood for them we had to improvise. We bought a Luftig BF325 hood and found a way to accommodate it into a horizontal cabinet. We cut part of the bottom of the cabinet (the exact width of the hood.
in the kitchen with: yvette van boven’s luxurious gingerbread
We’re getting a jump-start on the holidays with this week’s recipe. Dutch illustrator and food stylist Yvette van Boven shares a luxurious gingerbread, the fancy version of the traditional loaf which appears in her most recent book, Home Made Winter. Personally, gingerbread in all its international forms is one of my favorite winter treats. Yvette’s version seems perfect to present as a gift or t
The New Tablet App Starter Kit for iPad and Android Tablets — Tablet App Recommendations
One of the questions I get asked by friends with new iPad or Nexus 7 is which apps they should download. With the dizzying array of apps out there, it can be a challenge for new users to wade through the options and find ones that will enhance their tablet experience. So to help these new owners out, and to give you something to point to the next time someone asks, here is an app starter kit for t
Fresh Kids Color Combo: Yellow & Grey
The yellow and grey color combo broke out of the gates a few years ago and is still going surprisingly strong, especially in children's rooms. Pairing neutral grey with a sunny yellow seems to be a happy compromise for parents who want some brightness in their child's room without going overboard. The combo also works equally well in rooms for boys or girls and is a popular choice when p

visual design

Digging Into WordPress v3.4
Jeff Starr has updated our co-authored book to cover the new things in WordPress 3.4, update various content, and update the ALL AJAX theme that comes with it. This is the 10th update to the book. Pretty cool that there are people that bought they book nearly 3 years ago now who are still getting free updates. Direct Link to Article — PermalinkDigging Into WordPress v3.4 is a post from CSS-Tricks
retina.js
retina.js a script that makes it easy to serve high-resolution images to devices with retina displays.
CSScience
CSScience, a responsive CSS3 Slider.
The Broken Telephone Game of Defining Software and UI Requirements
The broken telephone game is played all over the world. In it, according to Wikipedia, “one person whispers a message to another, which is passed through a line of people until the last player announces the message to the entire group. Errors typically accumulate in the retellings, so the statement announced by the last player differs significantly, and often amusingly, from the one uttered by the

infography

The birthday problem explained
How many people does it take for there to be a 50% chance that a pair in the group has the same birthday? Only 23 people. What about a 99% chance? Maybe even more shocking: 57 people. This is the birthday problem, which every undergrad who's taken a stat course has seen. Steven Strogataz explains the logic and calculations. Intuitively, how can 23 people be enough? It’s because of all the combinat
Members Only: More on Making Heat Maps in R
You saw how to make basic heat maps a while back, but you might want more flexibility for a specific data set. Once you understand the components of a heat map, the rest is straightforward.
Lostalgic: Revealing the Networked Narrative of 'Lost'
Lostalgic [intuitionanalytics.com], designed by Santiago Ortiz, is a comprehensive visualization tool to explore the story and characters of the popular television series Lost. Based on data scraped from the popular fan site Lostpedia, the website offers access to a long list of every single line of dialogue from the 115 episodes during 6 seasons of the Lost. Zooming in (that is: moving the mo
Game: Match states on a blank map
In case you're interested in learning how much you suck at US state geography, here's a game to help. The goal is to match up states on the blank country map, and you end with an average error in miles. I did not do well. [via kottke]

fashion

Fall Wardrobe Checklist
Spent some time browsing online today and found so many necessary things.... 1. Peacock print scarf from All Saints 2. Rayban clubmaster glasses 3. McQ leather zip biker skirt 4. Helmut Lang heather grey tee 5. Madewelll leopard boots 6. Comme des Garcons Eau de Parfum 7. 3.1 Phillip Lim Vendetta crossbody purse     1. Proenza Schouler book bag 2. DKNY faux fur jacket (just bought this today--wha
No.5 Comes Alive
>> I hate regurgitating news stories but when you're bored stiff by most of the "fashion films" that comes flooding into your inbox, and one comes in that actually sustains your attention for more than thirty seconds, you have to shout "Hurrah!".  Chanel has launched its Inside CHANEL archive beginning with a film telling the tale of No.5, its iconic perfume.  It'
Alice Temperley and John Lewis Are Having a Twitter Party
Do you have a question for Alice Temperley? Perhaps you want to know how she got her first start as a designer, or maybe you're keen to learn about the inspiration behind her best-selling collection at John Lewis. If so make sure you're glued to Twitter next Tuesday lunchtime, as I'll be co-hosting a live Q&A session with Alice to celebrate the second drop of the Somerset by Alice Temp
Styling for G&B Fashion MAG in New York
During New York fashionweek I had, among the other projects, the chance to be the stylist of a new project, magazine G&B Fashion MAG: with Yuri and Gabri I selected the four models, chose the pieces to shoot with and of course created the looks for the photos. These are the first shots of the photoshoot (you’ll see them online on G&B NEGOZIOnline), plus some backstage photos of the day an

gaming

Gameplay Video: MaK
Verge Game Studio' MaK (pronounced "make") is a rather gorgeous physics sandbox game, with some Super Mario Galaxy-like relative gravity rules set in place. The game has tethers, rockets, explosives, and teleportation. The core game will have single player or co-op campaign and several multiplayer competitive mini-games. MaK is about more than just building in a sandbox, too. The devs say on th
Crimewatch Update – Visible Timers, Best Timers!
CCP has a regularly scheduled expansion coming out in early December… just to add to the all the stuff that has launched since Guild Wars 2 went live… called Retribution. Retribution – It’s Green! Like most EVE expansions, the name reflects some of the content being offered.  In this case, there has been a detailed dev blogs about updates to Crimewatch, and there will no doubt be one coming up on
The price gouging begins: Wii U preorders going for up to $750 on eBay
eBay user 23blueryno more than doubled his investment on a launch day Wii U pre-order. eBay Preorders for Nintendo's upcoming Wii U sold out at every major retailer almost immediately after they were first offered in mid-September, but you can still guarantee yourself access to the system just after its November 18 launch. You'd better be ready to pay q
Do I Push Forward or Hold Back?
I spent a chunk of time in Rift last night looking for a check box that was not there. I was looking for this check box. No, no, not the one about marriage proposals.  The Lock XP checkbox. It is gone. I was so happy when they added mentoring… or what they call mentoring in any case… that I failed to notice that they took the lock XP option away… until last night. As I mentioned, I have been doin

apple

Stricter iPhone 5 quality standards bring worker strike at Foxconn plant
Some iPhone 5 production was reportedly halted in one Chinese factory of mega-manufacturer Foxconn on Friday due to a conflict between workers and management. The work stoppage is being called a strike by the China Labor Watch group in a news release. The conflict was apparently related to increasingly strict iPhone build-quality standards that the workers felt they could not meet. China Labor Wat
If That Internet Explorer 9 Commercial Were Honest It’d Look Like This
You’ve seen Microsoft’s famous Internet Explorer 9 commercial, right? You know, the one with that catchy dub-step song and all the crazy graphics of IE being like superhero fast? They play it on TV all the time and the at movies so you must have seen it by now. It’s not really that realistic though, so World Wide Interweb made an “honest version” of the commercial. Bottom line: Switch to Mac and
Apple’s Maps already seeing improvements
While there is certainly a ways to go, it is clear that the company is indeed moving quickly to address issues and improve coverage for the flagship 3D mapping and imagery features in the app. Great news. ∞ Read this on The Loop
One Year Ago
Lovely tribute at Apple.com.  ★ 

android

Open webOS Galaxy Nexus source code now available
I wasn’t always the Android fanatic that I am today, I originally started as a strong supporter of webOS. When webOS died about a year ago, I was a little sad to see the card based OS go. Now it seems that webOS has found a comfortable home as an open source community project. Now this project was only recently released for the community to tear at, but already it’s found its way to Google’s flag
Android 4.2 Rumors: Project Roadrunner, new Google Now and Play Store
Over the past few days the rumors regarding Google‘s next version of Android, and their next Nexus device have really been coming on strong. We’ve heard tons of talk, from multiple sources, all about the LG Optimus G Nexus running Android 4.2 and more. Today many of those same reports are now dropping additional details on what we could see in Android 4.2, although we don’t know if it will be call
Rumor: Android 4.2 to feature Project Roadrunner, new Play store, Customization Center, enhanced Google Now
WARNING: This post contains rumors and speculation from Android Insiders. If you do not want to know about Android 4.2 then do not read this story and unplug from the Internets. You have been warned – the goods are after the jump. There is so much to cover in this rumor report that we are going to use a slightly different format. We will list each rumored feature individually and then break it dow
Five for Friday: Android apps for sharing and synchronizing files
Fact: Android is pretty awesome.  No other mobile platform makes it so easy to share a photo, email, thought, or file.  Thanks to a great selection of apps, there are seemingly endless ways in which we can share something with our friends, family, or ourselves.  But what about when we wanna share lots of stuff with someone?  Or those times when we wish we had those old pictures with us from the da

do it yourself

Carved Mushroom Skulls
If you have ‘shrooms in the house, it’s hard to look at this image, spotted on Facebook, and not want to grab them and a paring knife and start to skull-ify ‘em. A great way to add a spooky detail to a salad for a Halloween party. The FB post was unattributed, by I managed to track the image down to Zachary Kominar’s Flickr feed and a post on Skull-a-Day from 2009. More: How-To: Skull Truffles
Pure Data Running on the Raspberry Pi #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Pure Data Running on the Raspberry Pi. Shawn writes - There’s been a flurry of discussion on the Pure Data developer lists about how to tweak the sound synthesis program to run well on the Raspberry Pi. Shawn Greenlee got his Pi working and has a video up on Vimeo showing some patches running. It looks like he’s using an inexpensive USB sound card for output, but others have had success with the
magnetic guitar picks
Every guitarist needs a pick, whether it's beachside strumming or arena shredding. Make sure you have your guitar picks close by making magnetic guitar picks! You can stick these magnetic picks to your strings, tuning heads, mic stand, or anywhere else you might need a guitar pick. These picks are a...By: mikeasaurusContinue Reading »
Spooky Sweets: Pumpkin Spice S’moreos!
Do you ever wake up thinking to yourself, how can I take my love of Oreos and s’mores to the next level? And how can pumpkin be involved? Lucky for us, the seasonal aisle at our grocery store answered this very serious question by presenting us with an amazing October product: Pumpkin Spice Marshmallows. When combined with Oreos, a little cinnamon, and a lighter, you’ve got the greatest, quickest

gardening

The Gardens of San Miguel
There’s one garden in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico that’s known to residents and visitors alike and it’s “El Jardin” right in the center of the Colonial city.  What’s interesting and even iconic about this city park is the way the trees are pruned – into always-perfect flat spheres.  Here you see them behind Miss San Miguel in the recent Independence Day Parade.  (On my visit I was disabused of
downy mildew: don’t compost sickly impatiens
DID YOUR IMPATIENS appear yellowed, weak, or even give up and collapse early this summer? (Thankfully, the pot above did not.) If there were any issues, don’t compost the plants’ remains this fall; bag and discard them–root system and all–in the trash. Impatiens downy mildew, a relatively recent but very serious fungal disease affecting plants in seven states in 2011, spread in 2012 from Florida u
how to grow garlic, a q&a with filaree farm
MY FIRST EXPLORATION INTO growing garlic was also my first encounter with Filaree Farm. I hate to confess how long it has been since I first read “Growing Great Garlic,” the popular book by Filaree’s founding farmer, Ron Engeland (hint: publication date, 1991). Today, it’s Alley Swiss who farms the venerable Filaree acreage in Okanogan, Washington, where organically grown seed garlic has been prod
Poppy Seeds Popping (On Keeping the Seed Harvest Out of My Dog’s Mouth)
Perhaps it is a small observation, but one worth noting. This morning while working in the kitchen, I witnessed some of the California poppy (Eschscholzia californica) seedpods that I had set aside to fully dry bursting open and spilling their contents all around and onto the floor. The sound that they made as the seeds hit my enamel top kitchen table was audible and I wondered for a moment if it

wedding

A Goth Bride
Today you'll find me over on One Wed Blog talking about The Goth Bride and the fine art of embracing your dark side.  Yes, brides are actually braving it in deep red, purple and black lace around this time of year.  If you're an October 31st bride (even if only in spirit) you'll want to READ MORE . . . . .
Find Your Wedding Wine with Velvet Palate
Choose wine for your wedding with Velvet Palate, a private wine flash sale website that curates wines from boutique vineyards all over the world...
Weekly Wrap Up + Tennessee Local Guide
Hello and Happy Friday to you all! It’s been a pleasantly busy week here at Ruffled, so we’re glad to take some time to breathe in some crisp autumn air and sip on chai tea. We thought we’d help you kick off your weekend with a little treat, a peek into our Blue Label vendors from Tennessee. Not only are these some fab wedding pros, but they’re also willing to travel near and far — so check them o
Autumn Engagement Photos
Megan + Randy met and fell in love at a party at The University of North Alabama. Randy is a professional football player and Megan grew up on a farm and used to ride + jump horses. They’ve been battling a Birmingham, Alabama to Orlando, Florida romance and finally decided to get hitched as fast as possible (6 months from “yes” to “i do”) so they can be together, forever, all the time! They both

world news

Vettel quickest in final practice
Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber set the pace in final practice for the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka.
Drop in Jobless Figure Gives Jolt to Race for President
Unemployment fell to 7.8 percent from 8.1 percent, reaching its lowest level since President Obama took office and crossing what had become a symbolic threshold in the campaign.
Welch hammered for jobs tweet
Former CEO Jack Welch discusses his tweet that accused the Obama administration of cooking the books on the jobs report.
Boy finds preserved mammoth remains
Scientists are amazed at a mammoth find in Russia, with a young boy to thank. CNN's Jonathan Mann reports.

youtube

The Secrets to Giants/Jets Stadium Changeover
The Secrets to Giants/Jets Stadium Changeover It's the only NFL stadium that doubles as home field for two teams. Watch as MetLife Stadium transforms all its parts from New York Giants to New York Jets - including end zones, lighting, tee-shirts and banners - sometimes in just 12 hours. Plus, meet football's superfans! With WSJ 'Off Duty' Host Wendy Bounds. Photo: Getty Images S
Seal Team Six: The Raid On Osama Bin Laden
SEAL TEAM SIX: THE RAID ON OSAMA BIN LADEN Just a year and a half after President Obama ordered the raid that ended the longest manhunt in American history and took down al-Qaeda's notorious leader, Americans can now see for the first time in a full-length feature film how it all went down in SEAL TEAM SIX: THE RAID ON OSAMA BIN LADEN. SEAL TEAM SIX: THE RAID ON OSAMA BIN LADEN is produced
Off Their Rocker
Off Their Rocker In her new segment, "News from Abroad from a Broad (or a Man)," Ellen found a video of a guy who is having a little trouble with his chair. From: TheEllenShow Views: 44944 988 ratings Time: 01:37 More in Entertainment
Ellen's New Friend, Noah
Ellen's New Friend, Noah She met him at a jcpenney and brought him to the show! Meet Ellen's adorable new friend, Noah. From: TheEllenShow Views: 46926 1389 ratings Time: 04:43 More in Entertainment

vimeo

X On A Map
A short film about eggs and maps. It's not easy being a great discoverer when everything has been mapped out. starring Sean Biggerstaff, Vicky Krieps & Jean-François Wolff as Christopher Columbus written & directed by Jeff Desom produced by Bernard Michaux, Lucil s.àr.l. cinematographer Jean-Louis Schuller production designer Christina Schaffer editor Amine Jaber music André MergenthalerCa
spider projection
Cast: Friedrich van SchoorTags: projection, mapping and spider
WWF Cursor Swarm
If the current fishing regulations aren't drastically improved, in 2022 Europe's fish stocks will be severely depleted. Sign the petition now: schwarm.wwf.de and help WWF wake up the politicians! Directed by Moth Collective Client: WWF Agency: Aimaq Von Lobenstein Music and Sound Design: Marian Mentrup (machian.de/) Animation: Marie-Margaux Tsakiri-Scanatovits, Daniel Chester, David Prosser, Matth
A Cashmere Story
As the title suggests, this is a story about cashmere. More specifically this a story about the dilemma faced by nomadic herders caught between their reliance on cashmere and the impacts of climate change and overgrazing on the fragile grasslands of Mongolia. Three herders from the North Gobi region of Bayankhongor Province narrate the changes to their environment they have witnessed, how global

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iPhone 5 case includes screen protector and cleaning cloth. Han Solo Carbonite. Available in black or white by skinblaster
$13.99 USDPRE ORDER. STARTS SHIPPING ON OCTOBER 8th.**** CUSTOM ORDER AVAILABLE.*****If you want your name on my design, or you want your photo or art, let me know.********************************************INCLUDES SCREEN PROTECTOR & CLEANING CLOTH. Full Color case for your iPhone* Made from durable plastic and aluminium* Image printed in full color and high resolution with a thermal process
iPhone 5 case includes screen protector and cleaning cloth. Pink Tardis design. Available in black or white by skinblaster
$13.99 USDPRE ORDER. STARTS SHIPPING ON OCTOBER 8th.**** CUSTOM ORDER AVAILABLE.*****If you want your name on my design, or you want your photo or art, let me know.********************************************INCLUDES SCREEN PROTECTOR & CLEANING CLOTH. Full Color case for your iPhone* Made from durable plastic and aluminium* Image printed in full color and high resolution with a thermal process
Tumbling Bulbs of Garlic watercolor painting original, Garlic art 7 X 10 by SharonFosterArt
$25.00 USDAn original watercolor on watercolor paper by Sharon Foster -ME! A Mississippi artist. Painted this in my northeastern Mississippi studio. (c) Sharon Foster 20127 inches wide X 10 inches tall watercolor on Arches 300lb. watercolor paper. ~ This is an original -not a reproduction. ~ Signed and dated. Thanks for looking!
iPhone 4/4S case Han Solo Carbonite includes screen protector and cleaning cloth. Available in black or white by skinblaster
$9.99 USD**** CUSTOM ORDER AVAILABLE.*****If you want your name on my design, or you want your photo or art, let me know.********************************************INCLUDES SCREEN PROTECTOR & CLEANING CLOTH. Full Color case for your iPhone* Made from durable plastic and aluminium* Image printed in full color and high resolution with a thermal process. * Suitable for iPhone 4 and iPhone 4s* Li
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