Archive for December, 2006

Incredible CGI Special FX

December 27, 2006

This guy makes incredible CGI Special FX with his home computer. Why can’t Hollywood match this guy’s abilities and quality?

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FireWire homemade firework

December 27, 2006

Just Watch

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Top 5 High-Tech Guns

December 27, 2006

Editors of techeblog have compiled a list of five high-tech guns (or gun-equipped devices) for your enjoyment. If they happened to miss any, please leave us a comment.

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Ancient pyramids discovered in Bosnia

December 27, 2006

Reports are emerging from Bosnia-Herzegovina of structures that make the pyramid of Giza look like a scale model. At 267 meters tall, the Pyramid of the Sun blows the Egyptian opposition into the weeds.

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Something Funny is Going On At Pageflakes

December 27, 2006

There
’s an odd story developing that involves Pageflakes, a customizable Ajax home page product, and FeedBurner. BoingBoing was first to report this after noticing that their RSS feed count went up substantially from Pageflakes. Over 2 million RSS readers were counted from that service alone.

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Apple MacBook is Amazon bestseller this holiday season

December 27, 2006

Amazon named 13 inch MacBook as a top seller in PC category this year

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10 year old girl has fingers of one hand cut off for stealing spinach

December 27, 2006

Yea, Merry X-Mas Kids!

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Aurora Borealis from Space

December 26, 2006

This amazing image of the Aurora Borealis was photographed by an STS-116 crew member aboard Space Shuttle Discovery last week. City lights and stars are also visible in this image from space because of the long camera exposure.

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Nintendo Wii bowls perfect game

December 26, 2006

A year ago, who would have thought that the best video game of the year would be an electronic version of bowling?

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Key to why cancer kills so often

December 26, 2006

Scientists have pinpointed a possible reason why pancreatic cancer is such an aggressive disease. A University of Liverpool team found a family of proteins involved in controlling cell movement could be key. The study, which appears in the journal Gut, could offer a new lead on a disease which is hard to treat.

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