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You can speak English like natives if an analogical phonetic approach is employed to minimize the language structure difference, like to Portuguese speaking people.
18 Jan 2007
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Video of playing an Xbox 360 using a hacked version of the controller that uses tilt for one of the analog sticks. Shown: Full Auto, Crimson Skies, Marble Blast Ultra, and Goldeneye 007 (non-xbox) More info at www.adamthole****
25 Jan 2007
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AnaloG and BeatZ are not sellouts, but they want you to know that SAW III comes out on DVD - January 23rd
21 Jan 2007
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A video of my finished Xbox 360 tilt controller. This uses the tilt of your controller for the left analog stick input. For details on how I did it, etc. visit: *******www.adamthole****
21 Jan 2007
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Speaking like natives when an analogical phonetic approach is employed to tackle the language structure difference, like to Portuguese speaking people. *******www.youtube****/watch?v=O9tAFOzeFJc
12 Mar 2007
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An Xbox 360 Wireless Controller modded with a 3V tiltBoard (available at adamthole****) and a switch that allows the user to switch between the tiltBoard and the analog stick for input.
5 Feb 2007
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By focusing on visual perception, the video alludes to the reality of almost every other aspect of life, leaving the viewer wondering if the life we are just living an illusion that is a cranial interpretation of the senses. The video is shot in a relatively bright atmosphere, but yet focuses on the dark to the most extent. This is a reflection on how people tend to view their life. The millions of lights in the video are analogous to the several happy events in our life that we usually do not notice and even take for granted. Shot at the Austin "Trail of Lights". Original music by Philosopher's Inc.
9 Feb 2007
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he Scrapyard Challenge Workshops are intensive workshops where participants build simple electronic projects (both digital and analog inputs) out of found or discarded "junk" (old electronics, clothing, furniture, outdated computer equipment, appliances, turntables, monitors, gadgets, etc..). So far the workshops have been held 14 times in 6 countries with 3 different themes including the MIDI Scrapyard Challenge where participants build simple musical controllers from discarded objects and "junk", DIY Wearable Challenge where they create wearable tech projects from used clothing, and the DIY Urban Challenge where they work on public space interventions and other projects. The MIDI Scrapyard version includes a mini workshop where participants build simple drawing robots or "DrawBots" with small, inexpensive motors, batteries, and drawing markers that can also be connected to Serial or MIDI interface. At the end of the day or evening, the workshop participants have a small performance, concert, or fashion show (depending on the workshop theme) where they demonstrate and preent their creations together as a group. No electronics skills or any experience with technology is necessary to participate in the workshops. To date, the Scrapyard Challenge workshops have been held 20 times in 10 countries across Europe, North America, and Australia.
12 Feb 2007
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Speaking like natives when an analogical phonetic approach is employed to tackle the language structure difference, like to Portuguese speaking people.
12 Mar 2007
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Tuesday talks about using electronics in live drumming situations. Analog sounds? Digital sounds? If you were playing for the BIGGEST RAP GROUP IN THE WORLD (like he does) which would you choose? Tuesday Henderson plays in Whild Peach, a hip-hop band that, in addition to creating is own music, writes and records with OutKast. Needless to say, if you are playing for platinum-selling artists, it's understood that you know what you are doing. Tuesday is an authority on playing live hip-hop.
25 Mar 2007
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Dr. Lam's patient, Beatrice, talks about her experience with Dr. Lam's method of no-incision facial rejuvenation. For more information, please visit www.lamfacialplastics****. As the face matures over the years, facial fat loss contributes to a hollow, sunken look that typifies the aged countenance. The analogy of the full grape that begins to transform into a shriveled raisin may be helpful in understanding the process of volume loss that affects the face. Transferring fat from your thighs or belly to the areas that have lost fat in the face, like the brow, lower eyelid, cheek, and jawline can restore the youthful vitality of your face. Removal of fat from the body does not constitute body contouring or "liposuction", as the technique that Dr. Lam uses to harvest the fat from the body is different from traditional liposuction. Care must be exercised to remove only the appropriate amount of fat from the body in a gentle manner, while ensuring that harvested fat cells remain undamaged. Fat transfer may not be the solution for everyone. Traditional face and browlifting can be appropriate for many individuals seeking facial enhancement. However, facial fat transfer can also be effectively combined with facial lifting procedures to provide the optimal aesthetic result in the right candidate. Fat transfer to the lips, smile lines, and around the mouth is less than ideal due to the risks of eventual fat absorption as well as unnecessarily prolonged recovery. Dr. Lam tends to reserve the use of other fillers or skin therapies in this region when individuals desire enhancement around the mouth. Fat transfer has become a cornerstone of rejuvenation for Dr. Lam, as volume enhancement for the face represents an entirely new way of looking at the aging face. Rather than remove away precious tissue, Dr. Lam prefers to restore lost tissue and shape to the deflated and sunken face using his unique approach to fat enhancement. Dr. Lam has already completed his third textbook on fat enhancement, entitled Complementary Fat Grafting (Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins, Philadelphia, PA 2006), and believes that fat enhancement represents the present and the future for facial enhancement. Fat grafting requires very little sedation (light anesthesia), and Dr. Lam's method does not require any body or facial incisions at all. Dr. Lam is board certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He has authored three major facial plastic surgery textbooks, including Comprehensive Facial Rejuvenation: A Practical and Systematic Guide to the Aging Face, Cosmetic Surgery of the Asian Face, and the recently published Complementary Fat Grafting. Dr. Lam has also published over 100 book chapters and scientific articles on the subject of facial plastic surgery and lectures nationally almost on a monthly basis on facial plastic surgery and has lectured over 100 times to date. Visit www.lamfacialplastics****. KEY WORDS: PLASTIC SURGERY, FACIAL PLASTIC SURGERY, COSMETIC SURGERY, COSMETIC ENHANCEMENT, FACIAL PLASTIC SURGEON, DR. LAM, WWW.LAMFACIALPLASTICS.COM.
10 Apr 2007
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The MIDI Scrapyard Challenge workshops are workshops lead by Jonah Brucker-Cohen and Katherine Moriwaki since 2003. They are intensive workshops where participants build simple electronic projects (both digital and analog inputs) out of found or discarded "junk" (old electronics, clothing, furniture, outdated computer equipment, appliances, turntables, monitors, gadgets, etc..). So far the workshops have been held 22 times in 10 countries with 3 different themes including the MIDI Scrapyard Challenge where participants build simple musical controllers from discarded objects and "junk", DIY Wearable Challenge where they create wearable tech projects from used clothing, and the DIY Urban Challenge where they work on public space interventions and other projects. The MIDI Scrapyard version includes a mini workshop where participants build simple drawing robots or "DrawBots" with small, inexpensive motors, batteries, and drawing markers that can also be connected to Serial or MIDI interface. At the end of the day or evening, the workshop participants have a small performance, concert, or fashion show (depending on the workshop theme) where they demonstrate and preent their creations together as a group. No electronics skills or any experience with technology is necessary to participate in the workshops.
28 Mar 2007
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Dr. Lam grafting lectures to his facial plastic surgery colleagues about the aesthetic principles, technical aspects, and results with facial fat for facial rejuvenation in Hilton Head, SC. As the face matures over the years, facial fat loss contributes to a hollow, sunken look that typifies the aged countenance. The analogy of the full grape that begins to transform into a shriveled raisin may be helpful in understanding the process of volume loss that affects the face. Transferring fat from your thighs or belly to the areas that have lost fat in the face, like the brow, lower eyelid, cheek, and jawline can restore the youthful vitality of your face. Removal of fat from the body does not constitute body contouring or "liposuction", as the technique that Dr. Lam uses to harvest the fat from the body is different from traditional liposuction. Care must be exercised to remove only the appropriate amount of fat from the body in a gentle manner, while ensuring that harvested fat cells remain undamaged. Fat transfer may not be the solution for everyone. Traditional face and browlifting can be appropriate for many individuals seeking facial enhancement. However, facial fat transfer can also be effectively combined with facial lifting procedures to provide the optimal aesthetic result in the right candidate. Fat transfer to the lips, smile lines, and around the mouth is less than ideal due to the risks of eventual fat absorption as well as unnecessarily prolonged recovery. Dr. Lam tends to reserve the use of other fillers or skin therapies in this region when individuals desire enhancement around the mouth. Fat transfer has become a cornerstone of rejuvenation for Dr. Lam, as volume enhancement for the face represents an entirely new way of looking at the aging face. Rather than remove away precious tissue, Dr. Lam prefers to restore lost tissue and shape to the deflated and sunken face using his unique approach to fat enhancement. Dr. Lam has already completed his third textbook on fat enhancement, entitled Complementary Fat Grafting (Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins, Philadelphia, PA 2006), and believes that fat enhancement represents the present and the future for facial enhancement. Fat grafting requires very little sedation (light anesthesia), and Dr. Lam's method does not require any body or facial incisions at all. For patients seeking a non-surgical option for volume restoration of the face, many other choices are available at Dr. Lam's office, including Sculptra, Restylane, and Radiesse, each of which has its own distinct advantages and disadvantages. Although facial implants can be used in volume enhancement of the aging face, Dr. Lam typically prefers to use fat transfer, as this method provides the ability to shape complex areas of volume loss and facial implants alone can worsen the hollowness below one's eyes. Dr. Lam also specializes in fat transfer for aging hands in order to provide matched facial and hand rejuvenation. Oftentimes after wonderful facial rejuvenation, an individual exhibits mature-looking hands that still give away his or her age. Fat transfer to the hands is a short, pain-free procedure that provides not only immediate benefit but ongoing improvement in skin texture and tone.
10 Apr 2007
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Alex Roy (Team Polizei) arriving first at the amsterdam checkpoint, together with the other 4 gumballers completing the top five arrivals at the amsterdam checkpoint, i've been waiting there for over 4 hours to see them arrive but it was so worth it. Alex answered some of my questions and gave an interview to the official gumbaal movie crew before hitting the road again. Ps: sorry for the bad quality it was an analog camera not a digital one :s
2 May 2007
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The ST-90 was highly requested and based upon the popular design of the ST-100. Although completely analog, this turntable still outperforms all other traditional S-shaped tone arm turntables (which still costs more and offers no new features). With more than 2.2 Kgf-cm of torque, 3-way selectable pitch control, reverse function, and manual pitch bend buttons, you get more than enough features to match the rugged but scientific new look. Like the ST-100 the ST-90 has an aluminum faceplate and weighs in at an impressive 21 lbs.
13 May 2007
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Yakuza , also known as gokudō , are members of traditional organized crime groups in Japan. Outside of Japan, the term also refers to traditional Japanese organized crime in general. Today, the yakuza are one of the largest organized crime phenomena in the world. In Japanese legal terminology, yakuza organizations are referred to as bōryokudan, literally "violence groups". Yakuza members consider this an insult, as bōryokudan is a term which can be applied to any violent criminal. In the Western press they are sometimes called the "Japanese mafia", by analogy with other traditionally Italian-Sicilian organized crime groups of the same name. For a list of present and past yakuza gangs, see the bōryokudan page.
21 May 2007
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