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One of the newest franchises of Dr. Sketchy's (at least it was when I made this video). Figure drawing, drinks, naked girls, drinks, whats not to like? Happens once a month at the Atomic Cowboy. *******www.myspace****/drsketchystl
17 Jan 2008
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Atomic Blogging AtomicBlogging *******naguid.atomicblog.hop.clickbank****/?tid=T Atomic Blogging AtomicBlogging
12 Feb 2008
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We show how an atom can be split using ordinary household items.
23 Mar 2008
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atomic bomb exploation.
2 Mar 2008
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Biggest JOKER in Parliament: MIC president S Samy Vellu today denied that shoes were thrown at him during a recent visit to Penang. At a press conference in Butterworth, he quipped: "They threw an atomic bomb at me...I threw the atomic (bomb) back."
19 Apr 2008
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A new processor for the ultra-mobile market is Intel’s latest move to revolutionize mobility computing, from UMPCs to mobile Internet devices and even notebooks and desktops (er, “netbooks” and “net-tops”). While Atom (née Silverthorne) received its brand-new brand name recently, the family of tiny processors, which relies on 45nm technology just like the Penryn line of Core 2 Duo processors, will debut in devices on display at IDF in Shanghai in early April. It’s no secret that China has come a long way in a short time — from being a country known for manufacturing cheap products for export to being, potentially, the next great IT superpower. National Science Board figures show that in 1994 there were only seven U.S. companies doing research in China. Ten years later, that number had risen to more than 500. Gartner analysts James Popkin and Partha Iyengar wrote, in their 2007 book I.T. and the East, that the world “will witness the birth of a real IT superpower if government restrictions are loosened and the Chinese instinctive talent for entrepreneurialism continues to be encouraged.” It’s against this backdrop that the Intel Developer Forum in Shanghai, April 2 and 3, 2008, takes on extra significance. China now supplies the talent, within the country, to conduct advanced research in chip design. At this year’s IDF in Shanghai, Intel will provide an update on new technologies and features that enable devices with better performance, less power, more mobility, and lower cost.
22 Mar 2008
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A quick interview of Intel's German Marketing Manager Mr. Martin Strobel, talking about Intel's new Atom technology. *******www.minitechnet****
9 Feb 2009
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Inside the Ultra Mobiity workspace with Uday Keshavdas, who's prepping for the Intel Developer Forum in Shanghai April 2-3, 2008. He shows Mobile Internet Devices, including one that he cracks open to show where the new Intel Atom processor fits.
29 Mar 2008
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*******www.eeepcnews.de : Information about the Intel Atom processor technology and architecture.
3 Apr 2008
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The Ariel Atom is what you call a road rocket; no side panels, no protection -- just pure speed.
3 Apr 2008
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Intel BlogFather Bryan Rhoads shares his Intel Atom-powered mobile Internet device (MID) with new friends at South by Southwest in March 2008, just days after the chip brand what introduced. Intel Atom is a tiny processor is for small devices.
5 Apr 2008
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*******www.minitechnet.de Portwell did show the first Intel based Menlow - Atom Mainboard, but still under NDA. Absolutely one of the most exciting products at CeBIT.
10 Apr 2008
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A new processor for the ultra-mobile market is Intel’s latest move to revolutionize mobility computing, from UMPCs to mobile Internet devices and even notebooks and desktops (er, “netbooks” and “net-tops”). While Atom (née Silverthorne) received its brand-new brand name recently, the family of tiny processors, which relies on 45nm technology just like the Penryn line of Core 2 Duo processors, will debut in devices on display at IDF in Shanghai in early April. It’s no secret that China has come a long way in a short time — from being a country known for manufacturing cheap products for export to being, potentially, the next great IT superpower. National Science Board figures show that in 1994 there were only seven U.S. companies doing research in China. Ten years later, that number had risen to more than 500. Gartner analysts James Popkin and Partha Iyengar wrote, in their 2007 book I.T. and the East, that the world “will witness the birth of a real IT superpower if government restrictions are loosened and the Chinese instinctive talent for entrepreneurialism continues to be encouraged.” It’s against this backdrop that the Intel Developer Forum in Shanghai, April 2 and 3, 2008, takes on extra significance. China now supplies the talent, within the country, to conduct advanced research in chip design. At this year’s IDF in Shanghai, Intel will provide an update on new technologies and features that enable devices with better performance, less power, more mobility, and lower cost. If you’re not attending the event in person, be sure to follow online at Intel’s IDF pages and check in here for more video podcast coverage.
5 May 2008
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Top Gear Atom
14 Apr 2008
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Flight to Nowhere is an exemplar of post World War II action and espionage films: bring on the foreign countesses, double agents, and briefcases with atomic secrets! The dashing Alan Curtis stars as an ex-FBI agent who happens to pilot a private plane transporting several spies and various government emissaries who’ve stolen top secret information on uranium deposits. Hollywood horror movie queen Evelyn Ankers is also along for the ride. As Curtis figures out that the nuclear secrets are to be sold to the highest bidder, the plane gets landed in the middle of nowhere and murder ensues! Dangerous, vicious, and insidious, Flight to Nowhere is a thrilling spy adventure.
11 Jan 2009
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Be prepared! You never know when a Atomic Fart can strike! This classic educational film will show you how to handle atomic farts in any situation.
5 May 2008
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