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Texas Instruments OMAP35x™ processors inspire new inventive applications with unprecedented combination of high performance at handheld power levels TI is first to ship the high-performance ARM® Cortex™-A8 core, offering a 4x performance improvement over ARM9 family cores Consumers are demanding products with more intuitive user interfaces, advanced graphics and the ability to connect any and all devices to the Internet. To empower designers to address these needs, Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NYSE: TXN) announced at the TI Developer Conference (TIDC) (www.ti.com/tidc08multimedia) the availability of four new OMAP™ processors, based on the market's first broad offering of the ARM® Cortex™-A8 core, providing an unprecedented combination of laptop-like performance at handheld power levels in a single chip. With more than four times the processing power of today's 300 MHz ARM9 devices, the superscalar Cortex-A8 core runs up to 600 MHz and is integrated into four new OMAP35x™ applications processors for a wide range of possible applications, including portable navigation devices, Internet appliances and portable patient monitoring devices. For more details, see http://ti.com/omap3503pr.
9 Feb 2009
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"My Kung Fu is Better than Yours!" Song from (1993-2007) Bootleg Her 4 [Tribute to Cynthia Rothrock] Cynthia Rothrock is one of the greatest martial arts/action film stars in the world, Few other performers can match her presence and energy on the silver screen. She is the undisputed "Queen of Martial Arts films". Cynthia Rothrock is not only a great action star, but also an incredibly accomplished martial artist. She holds 5 Black Belts in various Far Eastern martial disciplines. These Arts include; Tang Soo Do (Korean), Tae Kwon Do (Korean), Eagle Claw (Chinese), Wu Shu (contemporary Chinese), and Northern Shaolin (classical Chinese). When she was a 13-year-old growing up in Scranton, Pennsylvania, she started taking lessons at her parents best friends private gym. Little did she know at the time that this casual interest would lead to a full-time professional career. Her natural abilities were quickly recognized by her martial arts teachers and they encouraged her to enter open karate competition, By the time she had earned her first Black Belt she was well on her way to becoming a martial arts champion. By 1982 Cynthia was one of the premier Kata (forms) and weapon competitors in the United States. Competing in divisions that were not segregated by male-female categories, she literally captured every title in both open and closed karate competition. From 1981-1985 she was the undefeated World Karate Champion in both forms and weapon competition. Establishing a legacy of wins and accumulating hundreds of trophies for her martial arts prowess; a feat that is unparalleled even to this day! She is a consummate performer with such Chinese weapons as the Chinese Double Broad Swords, Staff, Chinese Nine-section Steel Whip Chain, Chinese Iron Fan, and an assortment of Okinawan Kobudo and Japanese Bugei Weapons. As a Forms and Weapon Champion, Cynthia Rothrock has traveled the world performing the intricacies of her martial arts arsenal. With precision flare and panache she has demonstrated before hundreds of thousands of spectators across the globe. Her "action-packed" self-defense and fight scenario performances garnered her the reputation as a consummate professional in the World of Martial Arts. This international exposure soon propelled her to martial arts celebrity status and within a mere period of less than two years Cynthia became a household name in martial arts circles. In addition to being featured on the cover of virtually every martial arts magazine in the world, Cynthia has been featured in over 300 stories and articles in national and international publications. Some of these magazines include Black Belt Magazine (United States), Inside Kung-Fu (United States), Martial Arts Training (United States), Martial Arts Stars (United States), Inside Karate (United States), Sensei (Spanish-Argentina), Australian Fighting Arts, China Sports (Beijing, China), Budo (Brazil), Combat Sport (Spanish-Brazil), Combat Magazine (England), Sushido (French), Kung-Fu Wu Shu (French), Karate Budo Journal (Germany), Australian Tae Kwon Do, The Fighters (England), Martial Arts Illustrated (England), Michael De Pasquale Jr.'s Karate International (United States), Budo Karate (Japan), Banzai International (Italy), Czarny Pas (Poland), Cinturon Negro (Spain), Ninja Weapons (United States), El Budoka (Spain), Kicksider (Germany), Impact Magazine (Germany), Karate Illustrated (United States), The Swedish Fighter's International (Sweden), Master (United States), Kung-Fu Illustrated (United States), The Fighter (Thailand), Masters Series (United States), The Martial Arts Gazette (United States), Karate Profiles (United States), Sport Karate International (United States), The World of Martial Arts (United States), The Dojo (United States), and hundreds of National and International newspapers. Cynthia Rothrock is also one of the very select individuals to be inducted into the Black Belt Hall of Fame and Inside Kung-Fu Hall of Fame. Inclusions in such renowned organizations as the Martial Arts Gallery of Fame, MARTIAL ARTS, Traditions, History, People, The Martial Arts Sourcebook, and dozens of other historical reference books of martial significance.
1 Oct 2009
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Iberotel Club Fanara & Residence is located in a prime position on the cliff of Ras Om el Sid, and exudes a truly exotic ambience. The hotel décor features handmade steel, warm, inviting textiles and cozy furnishing, a perfect environment for rest and relaxation. Guests can enjoy diving and snorkeling along the magnificent coral reef throughout the year in a protected bay, just in front of the private sandy beach. A broad variety of other sports activities are also available within the premises. Location The Club hotel is directly situated at the top of Ras Om El Sid in Sharm el Sheikh, from where you have a breathtaking view of the Red Sea and the national park of Ras Mohamed. Only 2 km from Sharm city center and 22 km from Sharm el Sheikh International Airport.
8 Mar 2008
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A compilation of interviews from a broad pool of interesting people commenting on their personalities and looks.
14 Mar 2008
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Caught on the living celluloid for the first time- the hot-blooded mania of Dame Darcy conversing with dolls no bigger than Gods foot...SEE with your own dripping wet eye the real life adventures of crazies on parade! Your funny bone will CRACK as raw meat all dripping with blood holds court with the distressed Dame. You will run around in circles for a full 9 minutes wondering why and screaming- YES! See into the mind of mania. Experience the pain of deranged psuedo-adolescence. Fathom the work these broads put into this flickering monkey! Dare to hold hands with danger and run blindfolded into the psycho fire. Enjoy Dame Darcy's underpants and drink of the elixir of swell underground film-making!
1 Apr 2008
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Hi there, I'm Vincent Lynch or 'Vince' From www.VincentLynch.co.uk Psychological Enter-Brain-Ment - "which means i enter minds for entertainment using paralanguage and paralinguistics" How it works? Basically it works in three stages, first stage is i ask someone whether they are thinking of a man made thing or a natural thing; this may seem like its a broad question but it actually limits down what the person could be thinking of to very few choices in my own mind because 90% of the time people go for the same things; (man made) houses, cars, boats, (natural) trees, sunshine, stickman. The real skill is when you ask the person to imagine this item, because the moment they connect with that image in their mind they make a external representation that causes their eyes to focus on the object, you can externally tell where an individual is placing a thing in their imagination and predict the size of it. So basically through those three techniques; Question, Predictability and Eye-Focused Representation. You can tell what a thought is likely to be, the size of this thing, where in the room its likely to be and whether its natural or man-made. Very Easy to start praticing, takes a while to master ; ) http://www.vincentlynch.co.uk
17 Mar 2008
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"Cynthia Witthoft" Song: "Our Hallucinogenic Drugs" Album: "2002 - Rectal Hidden Tracks II" - The general group of pharmacological agents commonly known as hallucinogens can be divided into three broad categories: psychedelics, dissociatives, and deliriants. These classes of psychoactive drugs have in common that they can cause subjective changes in perception, thought, emotion and consciousness. Unlike other psychoactive drugs, such as stimulants and opioids, the hallucinogens do not merely amplify familiar states of mind, but rather induce experiences that are qualitatively different from those of ordinary consciousness. These experiences are often compared to non-ordinary forms of consciousness such as trance, meditation, conversion experiences, and dreams. One thing that most of these drugs do not do, despite the ingrained usage of the term hallucinogen, is to cause hallucination. Hallucinations, strictly speaking, are perceptions that have no basis in reality, but that appear entirely realistic. A typical "hallucination" induced by a psychedelic drug is more accurately described as a modification of regular perception, and the subject is usually quite aware of the illusory and personal nature of their perceptions. Some less common drugs, such as dimethyltryptamine and atropine, may cause hallucinations in the proper sense. Psychedelics, dissociatives, and deliriants have a long history of use within medicinal and religious traditions around the world. They are used in shamanic forms of ritual healing and divination, in initiation rites, and in the religious rituals of syncretistic movements such as União do Vegetal, Santo Daime, and the Native American Church. When used in religious practice, psychedelic drugs, as well as other substances like tobacco, are referred to as entheogens. Starting in the mid-20th century, psychedelic drugs have been the object of extensive attention in the Western world. They have been and are being explored as potential therapeutic agents in treating depression, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, Obsessive-compulsive Disorder, alcoholism, opioid addiction, cluster headaches, and other ailments. Early military research focused on their use as incapacitating agents. Intelligence agencies tested these drugs in the hope that they would provide an effective means of interrogation, with little success. Yet the most popular, and at the same time most stigmatized, use of psychedelics in Western culture has been associated with the search for direct religious experience, enhanced creativity, personal development, and "mind expansion". The use of psychedelic drugs was a major element of the 1960s counterculture, where it became associated with various political movements and a general atmosphere of rebellion and strife between generations. Despite prohibition, the recreational, spiritual, and medical use of psychedelics continues today. Organizations, such as Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies and the Heffter Research Institute, have arisen that sponsor research into their safety and effects, and advocacy groups such as the Center for Cognitive Liberty and Ethics push for their legalization.
19 Mar 2008
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crazy hula hoop broads need i say more Jumping Kandlez FUFU Kimchi
7 Nov 2008
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Schrödinger's cat, often described as a paradox, is a thought experiment devised by Erwin Schrödinger. It attempts to illustrate what he saw as the problems of the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics when it is applied beyond just atomic or subatomic systems. The concept of superposition, one of the strangest in quantum mechanics, helped provoke Schrödinger's conjecture. Broadly stated, the superposition is the combination of all the possible positions of a subatomic particle. The Copenhagen interpretation implies that the superposition only undergoes collapse into a definite state at the exact moment of quantum measurement. Schrödinger's mind-game was meant to criticize the strangeness of this. Influenced by a suggestion of Albert Einstein, Schrödinger extrapolated the concept to a larger scale. He proposed a scenario with a cat in a sealed box, where the cat's life or death was dependent on the state of a subatomic particle. According to Schrödinger, the Copenhagen interpretation implies that the cat remains both alive and dead until the box is opened. Schrödinger did not wish to promote the idea of dead-and-alive cats as a serious possibility; quite the reverse: the thought experiment serves to illustrate the bizarreness of quantum mechanics and the mathematics necessary to describe quantum states. Several interpretations of quantum mechanics have been put forward in an attempt to resolve the paradox. How they treat it is often used as a way of illustrating and comparing their particular features, strengths and weaknesses.
26 Mar 2008
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http://www.firstwivesworld.com Do you know who really has legal rights over step-children? From signing report cards to drafting a will, legal expert Susan Reach Winters has some surprising answers in her informative chat with Debbie. Susan Reach Winters is a shareholder and the chairperson of the family Law Department of Budd Larner, P.C. She has broad experience in all areas of family law, including divorce, prenuptial agreements, business and other asset valuations, custody and visitation, child support, alimony and equitable distribution. She holds a B.S. from Rutgers University and a J.D. from Seton Hall University School of Law.
16 Jun 2008
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A short film by New York Visual Artist Merrill Kazanjian of Merrillk.com. Plot- The Art Gallery Alpha Males get bored watching Doctor Who on BBC and decide to travel across the country to Los Angeles, California to attend the Jen Heaslip opening at the Art Slave Gallery. (This is a very funny movie and series) Francois Pinault, Larry Gagosian , Sir Nicholas Serota, Glenn D Lowry, Samuel Keller, Eli Broad, Charles Saatchi, Matthew Slotover, Amanda Sharp, Frieze magazine and art fair, Bruce Nauman, Jeff Koons, Damien Hirst, Brett Gorvy, Amy Cappellazzo, Christie's, Robert Storr, Iwan Wirth, Zwirner & Wirth, Marian Goodman, David Zwirner, Gerhard Richter, Marc Glimcher, Jay Jopling, Mike Kelley, Paul Schimmel, chief curator, Museum of Contemporary Art, LA, Andreas Gursky, Cheyenne Westphal, Tobias Meyer, Barbara Gladstone, Thelma Golden, Studio Museum, New York, Victoria Miro, London, Dakis Joannou, Richard Prince, Don and Mera Rubell, Donna de Salvo, Shamim, Momin, Chrissie Iles, Whitney Museum of American Art, Daniel Birnbaum, Portikus Gallery, Frankfurt, Steven A Cohen, Michael Govan, Simon de Pury, Phillips de Pury auction house, Sadie Coles, Robert Gober, Eugenio Lopez, Bruno Brunnet, Nicole Hackert, Philipp Haverkampf, Francesca von Habsburg, Jeffrey Deitch, Nicholas Logsdail, Lisson Gallery, Thomas Hirschhorn, Iwona Blazwick, Whitechapel art gallery, London, The Wrong Gallery, New York, Jeff Wall, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Serpentine gallery, Ingvild Goetz, Pierre Huyghe, Tracey Emin, Gilbert and George, artists, collector and gallerist, Dominique Levy, Robert Mnuchin, Harry Blain and Graham Southern, Roberta Smith, New York Times, art critic, Herzog & de Meuron, Swiss architects, Jerry Saltz, Village Voice, Frank Gehry, Javier Peres, Christine Macel, Centre Pompidou, Paris, Eileen Norton, Los Angeles collector, Rosa and Carlos de la Cruz, Ralph Rugoff, Hayward Gallery, Max Hetzler, Berlin-based gallerist, Miuccia Prada, fashion designer, Neo Rauch, Gerd Harry Lybke, Carsten Holler, Maureen Paley, Zach Feuer, Ai Weiwei, Antoine de Galbert, Richard Serra, sculptor, Paul McCarthy, Okwui Enwezor, William Acquavella, Matthew Marks, Michael Ringier, media magnate, James Lingwood, Michael Morris, Artangel, Thomas Krens, Lisa Dennison, Matthew Higgs, White Columns, Lorenz Helbling, David Adjaye, Anita, Poju Zabludowicz, Hou Hanru, Gavin Brown, Lynne Cooke, Dia Art Foundation, Anselm Kiefer, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Matthew Barney, Rem Koolhaas, Ann Philbin, Hammer Museum, Anish Kapoor, agnes b.,Luc Tuymans, Joao Oliveira Rendiero, Lisbon's Banco Privado Portugues, Takashi Murakami, Cai Guo-Qiang, edgy, contemporary, vogue, Artforum, Artnews, Soho, Chelsea, Germany, German, Japanese, Chinese, painter, painting, animation, kinetic sculpture, Queens, Brooklyn, artsy. Artist, gallery. Hobbyist, goer
26 Oct 2012
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A coalition of public interest groups today called for the federal government to end 30 years of "deliberations and fact finding" by issuing a useful final regulation to require standardized labeling information on beer, wine and distilled spirits products. At a news conference in Washington, members of a broad-based coalition of public health leaders and consumer advocacy organizations used the occasion of Alcohol Awareness Month to release a white paper laying out the need for an easy-to-read, standardized label that will provide consumers with complete information about alcohol and calorie content per serving. Issued as a nationwide call to action, the white paper concludes that easily accessible alcohol labeling can play an important role in reducing alcohol abuse, drunk driving, and the many diseases attributable to excessive alcohol intake, such as liver cirrhosis and cancers of the upper gastrointestinal tract. To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.prnewswire.com/mnr/aam/32795/
23 Apr 2008
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A coalition of public interest groups today called for the federal government to end 30 years of "deliberations and fact finding" by issuing a useful final regulation to require standardized labeling information on beer, wine and distilled spirits products. At a news conference in Washington, members of a broad-based coalition of public health leaders and consumer advocacy organizations used the occasion of Alcohol Awareness Month to release a white paper laying out the need for an easy-to-read, standardized label that will provide consumers with complete information about alcohol and calorie content per serving. Issued as a nationwide call to action, the white paper concludes that easily accessible alcohol labeling can play an important role in reducing alcohol abuse, drunk driving, and the many diseases attributable to excessive alcohol intake, such as liver cirrhosis and cancers of the upper gastrointestinal tract. To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.prnewswire.com/mnr/aam/32795/
23 Apr 2008
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Consumer and Health Groups Urge Federal Government to Mandate Standardized Information on Alcohol Labels A coalition of public interest groups today called for the federal government to end 30 years of "deliberations and fact finding" by issuing a useful final regulation to require standardized labeling information on beer, wine and distilled spirits products. At a news conference in Washington, members of a broad-based coalition of public health leaders and consumer advocacy organizations used the occasion of Alcohol Awareness Month to release a white paper laying out the need for an easy-to-read, standardized label that will provide consumers with complete information about alcohol and calorie content per serving. Issued as a nationwide call to action, the white paper concludes that easily accessible alcohol labeling can play an important role in reducing alcohol abuse, drunk driving, and the many diseases attributable to excessive alcohol intake, such as liver cirrhosis and cancers of the upper gastrointestinal tract. To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.prnewswire.com/mnr/aam/32795/
24 Apr 2008
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When it comes to nourishing the body, you are not merely what you eat, but rather what you absorb. If you cannot properly and completely break down nutrients from food and food supplements, you can be starving for these essential factors even though you think you are eating reasonably well. After the age of 40, many people find themselves suffering from indigestion, heartburn, bloating, constipation, and feelings of fullness after meals, especially evening meals. This is due to a breakdown in the production of natural hydrochloric acid production in the stomach. Without this acid, proteins cannot be properly digested. In the absence of these stomach acids, many enzymes, necessary for the digestion of other foods, become deficient as well. The end results are the many common complications of digestion, which include feelings of fullness, gas, bloating, heartburn and constipation. The over-consumption of anti-acids such as Prilosec, Mylanta, Tums and others, in an attempt to correct what many people erroneously think is excess acid, has contributed greatly to such conditions as osteoporosis, arthritis, heal spurs, kidney and gall stones and calcium deposits on artery walls, leading to atherosclerosis. All of these conditions occur when the body becomes too alkaline and calcium crystallizes and falls out of fluid solution. Those who have been suffering from long-term digestive problems such as indigestion, heartburn, bloating, constipation and feelings of fullness may have already set the stage for mineral depletion and protein deficiency. Digestive disturbances such as heartburn, bloating, constipation and feelings of fullness can be prevented by ensuring that your body is properly breaking down the vital nutrients necessary to health, found in the foods you eat and the supplements you take. We use a broad-spectrum approach to digestion, covering protein, fats as well as carbohydrates. Our combination formula provides natural stomach acids and enzyme precursor agents to help the body manufacture all of the digestive enzymatic substances for complete digestion of all food groups. Enzyme formulas should provide digestive components for protein, fats, and carbohydrates. This, together with natural digestive acids, will, over time, help the body to begin producing these enzymes once again on its own. In the beginning, digestive enzymes should be taken with every meal to help the body to balance its own production of these enzymes once again.
26 Jun 2008
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They’re Exchange traded funds (ETFs) – and they’re half mutual fund, half individual security. With an ETF, you buy and sell shares in an entire portfolio of securities — as if you were buying and selling shares of a single stock. And just like with mutual funds, you own shares of the ETF rather than shares of the underlying investments. Each ETF tracks an index or a sector, both broad and narrow. An ETF can include dozens or hundreds or thousands of securities. As the number of indexes to track keeps growing, so do the number of ETFs… And here’s an interesting tidbit… In the U.S. – each index typically has just one ETF tracking it… So only one ETF goes where no other ETF has gone before.Live long and prosper.
4 May 2008
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