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Kong Xi Fa Chai Happy Chinese New Year Drawing for a New Year, A New Hopes, a New Beginning........ Here Wishing each New Days brings for you Happiness, Prosperity and continued success! Thanks! Early spring extraordinarily good luck, good luck in everything! The bodily peace and good health, thought that the matter becomes! Thanks remembers me! 2010-02-12 Happy Chinese New Year Eve Dinner
16 Feb 2010
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Kong Xi Fa Chai Happy Chinese New Year Drawing for a New Year, A New Hopes, a New Beginning........ Here Wishing each New Days brings for you Happiness, Prosperity and continued success! Thanks! Early spring extraordinarily good luck, good luck in everything! The bodily peace and good health, thought that the matter becomes! Thanks remembers me! 2010-02-14 Chinese New Year Celebration 2010
16 Feb 2010
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2010-02-14 Chinese New Year Celebration 2010 Kong Xi Fa Chai Happy Chinese New Year Drawing for a New Year, A New Hopes, a New Beginning........ Here Wishing each New Days brings for you Happiness, Prosperity and continued success! Thanks! Early spring extraordinarily good luck, good luck in everything! The bodily peace and good health, thought that the matter becomes! Thanks remembers me!
16 Feb 2010
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[Trailer for Full Show] The reaction to part 1 of the iMovie 09 update show was excellent, with lots of emails and twitters flying about, so thanks for that! I really think Apple have invested a huge amount of time and resources to make this version of iMovie the best ever with respect to the ease at which you can create quite literally stunning effects. Part 1 of the iMovie 09 update focussed mainly on some of the new techniques required to master the clip editing features of iMovie 09. In this weeks show, we take a look at the stuff that give it the wow factor. Apple have brought back themes to allow you to create some simply incredible openings, transitions and credits. Titles and transitions abound with real time previews and inspectors galore, giving you incredible control on how your final movie looks. Brand new for this version is the inclusion of animated travel maps and globes allowing you to create gorgeous animated openings and transitions for your travelog movies. Effects that previously were out of reach of the average videographer. And that’s before we even get onto the advanced topics! Chapter marks are back allowing you to seamlessly integrate with iDVD, but also allowing you to add chapters into your quicktime movies intended for the iPhone, iPod touch or Apple TV. A new addition is the inclusion of comment marks, allowing you to place markers at strategic places in your movie enabling easy navigation during editing. Apple have included some additional techniques to allow you to control exactly how your movies look, delivering advanced movie editing with a simple drag and drop approach. Advanced editing such as cutaways, picture in picture, even green screen effects are now available to you via drag and drop. This weeks show looks at all these features in depth to allow you to understand how and when to use the multitude of new tools available to you. The show covers: Transitions - Selecting and Previewing Using Titles as Overlays Titles and Backgounds Selecting Themes Updating Multipane Theme Transitions Animated Travel Maps Advanced Tools - Selection Placing Chapter & Comment Markers Searching Chapter & Comment Markers Explaning and Demonstrating Advanced Tools Cutaway Picture in Picture Green Screen In addition, this weeks show includes the results of the monthly members prize draw, together with the results of the recent prize draw for members purchasing a ScreenCastsOnline DVD - some top Apple swag all the way from Cupertino CA! Please note that if you're receiving this notification via the ScreenCastsOnline email notification service, the link inserted below is for access to the free version (or trailer) of this show. If you're a ScreenCastsOnline Extra Member you should receive the members version of the show via iTunes or directly from the ScreenCastsOnline Extra Members website.
10 Mar 2010
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There's a problem with this week's show! I can't record it. The reason I can't record it, is I'm a bit poorly. Not dramatically poorly, just a bit. Poorly enough, that if I was in a proper job I'd probably throw a "sickie" or "duvet day" as I've heard it called, but I'll survive. The real problem is that I've a heavy head cold and cough which makes me sound awful. No issue with sitting in front of the Mac all day, but really, you wouldn't want to listen to me for 30 minutes and I really don't feel up to recording the necessary couple of hours of material needed to edit down to 30 minutes. This creates a major issue for me as there is no plan B. At least, not formally. Each weeks show is usually recorded a couple of days before the publication day. That way I can keep things fresh and responsive, able to jump on any new developments or new software that comes out. The downside is that there is no buffer. If there's a problem like this week, I have no fall back. Yes, I know I should probably have a couple of shows in the can for times just like this, but I haven't - something I should address perhaps, or at least have one show in the can at all times. I'll try and sort that out. So what to do for this week..... OK, so to completely contradict myself, I have a spare show... sort of! It's not a normal show, it's a short tutorial that was commissioned by a previous sponsor of the show to put on their website for a new release of some familiar software. I completed the recording earlier this week, before getting sick. My original intention was to record a normal, Mac related show this week (important point!), publish the normal show today as usual, and then next week, publish this short iPad episode as a bonus show. As there is no normal show today, I could either not post anything, or throw this short tutorial in the feed so you've got at least something to watch. But there's another issue (stick with me, nearly there). It's about some iPad software. Not just any old iPad software, but the gorgeous new version of Things. So where's the issue? Well, I promised that this weeks show would be about the Mac, and that was my intention. I've previously posted that I would not go iPad crazy and as I mentioned earlier, the plan was to do a normal Mac based show this week. I've had less than a handful of emails and tweets from viewers concerned about the lack of Mac content in the past two shows (but lets be fair, one was an iPhone show and one was the live draw for the iPad giveaway) but I always figure there are more viewers who think the same that don't reach out to let their feelings known. What makes it worse, is the recent announcement of the months delay to the international release of the iPad. So a huge swathe of viewers can't even get the iPad, and here I am putting out another iPad related clip! Yikes! All things considered, I still think it's best to put something out, rather than go dark for a week. It's still a great application and the Cultured Code guys have done a great job on rewriting Things to take advantage of the iPad. I have to say, I'm pretty delighted the way the video has turned out too. For those without iPads, I'm sorry, but at least you'll get to see some iPad software up close and personal!
17 Apr 2010
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http://www.chiefexperts.com From - "10 Mistakes Chief Architect Users Make" When you're ready to create working Drawings for your plan you can do it all in Chief. Chiefs CAD tools are just as good as AutoCAD once you understand them.
22 Apr 2010
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If you could win an iPad, would you come to our Grand Opening? Why Celebrate? Prices start in the $130s Downtown Skyline views Garden-like setting Gated Community PLUS Drawing for an iPad* Grand Opening Incentives*: Realtors: $1,00 bonus Buyers: 50 inch flat panel TV * Contract must be accepted by May 2nd and close by June 30th, 2010 for Grand Opening Incentives. See Sales Consultant for full details. iPad will be awarded by random drawing at the grand opening celebration. Must be present to win. Prices, specifications and terms subject to change without notice.
24 Apr 2010
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http://www.howtowinpick3lotterystrategies.com Pick 3 Lottery Number Generators Can Make You an Automatic Loser Every Pick 3 player who really wants to be a winner looks to Pick 3 Lottery Number Generators to help him/her to find winning lottery numbers using filters. The filters use past drawn winning numbers in order to gain this necessary needed information. The first step usually involves researching past performances of the local Daily 3 Lottery in one's own State. The time period for this research can vary from 7 days to 60 days. In the States with a single Pick 3 draw per day system there is not a problem. In States with multiple draws, for example, one Midday and one Evening draw the Pick 3 Lottery Number Generators suggest to collect information for either one, but not both. The most common Pick 3 filters include hot-cold Pick 3 numbers, high-low and odd-even Pick 3 numbers. But here is why these filters don't work. These filters actually make these Pick 3 numbers and the Pick 3 lottery player an "automatic loser"; even before the lottery player begins to create the list of playable numbers. Do you know for each digit that the player eliminates he eliminates 271 possible winning straight combinations? If you want to be a Winner in the Pick 3 Lottery, find a Pick 3 Lottery System that doesn't eliminate digits and/or numbers. For your FREE Pick 3 Lottery book, Free Pick 3 Lottery Tips, visit http://www.howtowinpick3lotterystrategies.com Ezine Article: http://ezinearticles.com/?Pick-3-Lottery-Number-Generators-Can-Make-You-an-Automatic-Loser&id=4078757 Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Robert_Walsh
8 May 2010
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Why would a mother save copies of her son's pencil drawings for more than 40 years?
10 Jun 2010
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How basic can it get when you want to draw a car. This video lesson will show you how to do just that very simply, and easily. Drawing video's are great, but it's always better viewing the real thing. You can view this lesson, as well as over 3,000 others, just by going to www . dragoart . com Learn how to draw for free.
21 Jun 2010
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The 2010 FIFA World Cup is the 19th FIFA World Cup, the premier international association football tournament. It is being held in South Africa, beginning on 11 June and scheduled to conclude on 11 July 2010. The tournament is the culmination of a qualification process that began in August 2007 and involved 204 of the 208 FIFA national teams. As such, it matches the 2008 Summer Olympics as the sports event with the most competing nations. The final is forecast to be among the most-watched events ever, possibly behind only the opening ceremony of the 2008 Olympic Games. This is the first time that the tournament has been hosted by an African nation, after South Africa defeated Morocco and Egypt in an all-African bidding process. Italy are the defending champions, having won the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany. The draw for the finals took place on 4 December 2009 in Cape Town. Off the field, the 2010 finals have been notable for introducing the sound of the vuvuzela, a long horn blown by fans throughout matches, into international public consciousness
25 Jun 2010
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The 2010 FIFA World Cup is the 19th FIFA World Cup, the premier international association football tournament. It is being held in South Africa, beginning on 11 June and scheduled to conclude on 11 July 2010. The tournament is the culmination of a qualification process that began in August 2007 and involved 204 of the 208 FIFA national teams. As such, it matches the 2008 Summer Olympics as the sports event with the most competing nations. The final is forecast to be among the most-watched events ever, possibly behind only the opening ceremony of the 2008 Olympic Games. This is the first time that the tournament has been hosted by an African nation, after South Africa defeated Morocco and Egypt in an all-African bidding process. Italy are the defending champions, having won the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany. The draw for the finals took place on 4 December 2009 in Cape Town. Off the field, the 2010 finals have been notable for introducing the sound of the vuvuzela, a long horn blown by fans throughout matches, into international public consciousness
25 Jun 2010
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On 15 May, 2009, I got the words to an instrumental song, the theme for Haibane Renmei (Precious Child; original is Free Bird), launching FHD Remix: Three Worlds In One. To conclude this online novel on 7 December 2009, I encountered a video by Scott Pagano made for a song by Brian Transeau called Antikythera Mechanism, a bit of a shock since I had written what the video depicted only a few days earlier, and even did a relatively crude cover drawing for the BookRix Edition. It was one year later, nearly to the hour, that I first heard the words to Never Once, this voice cover of Antikythera Mechanism. The Soul Cube says good bye to its master from Doom 3, and parts to create the world of Haibane Renmei. FHD Remix: Three Worlds In One is online at: http://www.bookrix.com/_title-en-terry-wilson-fhd-remix-1 (-5 has the cover picture I referred to.) http://haibaniki.rubychan.de/wiki/FHD_Remix The instrumental track is 2006 Binary Acoustics; Haibane Renmei is 2003 Fuji/Radix/Areole Secret Factory/Geneon; Doom 3 is 2004 Id Software.
25 Jun 2010
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WoodWorking Projects Plans Woodworking Plans | Woodworking Projects http://www.Wood4Home.blogspot.com Wood artworks always gives special taste to the value of an art. We will definitely see a wooden artwork almost in every property. Tables, chairs, cabinets, buffets, sculptures, wall hangings are a few examples of a wooden artwork. The question is: does someone who does not have artistic talent and ability of carpentry can create a wooden artwork? The answer is: yes, they certainly can. At least for light work or just doing repairs. It only takes willingness and planning. Begin to learn and explore as much as possible knowledge about carpentry. You can get on the internet, bookstores or ask an expert. Prepare for some important equipment needed to start your first project. Start with a simple project to measure your ability. Make a sketch drawing for your project, along with some detailed information, such as for example: size, angle and raw materials to make easy your job. Perform measurements as carefully as possible to avoid the errors that occurred. Measurement error resulted in losses due to increased costs. Evaluate your work, and say out loud that you could do such a great job. You do not need to spend lots of money to pay for an expert because you can do it yourself. To learn more about Woodworking, please visit our website: http://www.Wood4Home.blogspot.com Woodworking Plans | Woodworking Projects http://www.Wood4Home.blogspot.com -- Use the Right Plans to Organize Your Woodworking Here are 7 steps to make your woodworking easier and also save your time: 1. Get the assist from craft shop owners as well as knowledgeable woodworkers. 2. Take a look on woodworking ideas which are as easy as possible. 3. Test your innovative and improvisational expertise by selecting the most simple plan for a item. 4. Find woodworking plans on the internet. Get a assortment of woodworking sketches for each level of expertise. 5. Get in touch with the copyright owner of a woodworking plan just before using it for educative purpose. 6. Spend some of your time with measuring every single part of the project. 7. Create a system to store your own woodworking plans. This will help you to find them when needed. Please visit our website to get instant access to more than 14,000 woodworking plans that are easy to follow. http://www.Wood4Home.blogspot.com
3 Jul 2010
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Grand Rivers Marina Day Saturday, August 14, 2010 Schedule of Events Lighthouse Landing: Free Sailboat Rides 10:00 am. to 3:00 p.m. - Free sailboat rides leave on the hour and last approximately 50 minutes. You may sign up for time slots on the day of the event. This event is very popular and space is limited. Children must be accompanied by an adult and the adult must bring with them a child's life-jacket. Drawing for Free Sailing Lesson and Sailboat Rental ($270 Value). Enter to win a 2 hour sailing lesson and one day sailboat rental at Lighthouse Landing. Rental boat holds up to four people maximum and damage deposit is required. You must be 21 to enter. Green Turtle Bay: Fun for Kids 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. - Including free kayak and paddle boat rides, bouncers and water slide, rock climbing wall, face painting, arts and crafts. and more. Free Rides on the River Rat 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. - Take a ride around the marina on the boat from the River Rat movie. Food Vendors Noon to 8:00 p.m. Free Trolley Rides Noon to 8:00p.m. Grand Rivers Street Dance featuring David Oakleaf & The Open Road Band (CMT Can You Duet top 5 Finalist) - 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. beside Dockers Grill at Green Turtle Bay. Huge Fireworks Show at Dusk. Best place to view is at the courtesy dock area beside Street Dance and the beach area. Join us on August 14 in Grand Rivers to celebrate Marina Day with Green Turtle Bay and Lighthouse Landing. These marinas give our community and visitors access to clean healthy waterways. We salute the role they play in the recreational boating industry! For more information visit http://www.grandrivers.org
10 Aug 2010
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http://www.colonialtoyotact.com 866-980-2725 In addition to its impressive safety package, the 2010 Yaris has other strengths. Its quirky appearance is a draw for many car buyers and its excellent 29/36 city/highway fuel economy tops most rivals. Moreover, despite its small engine, many reviewers maintain that the Yaris is plenty fun to drive.
23 Aug 2010
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