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Tak and the Power of Juju review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Tak and the Power of Juju for the GameCube. Released in 2003, this game was developed by Avalanche Software and was published by THQ. Tak and the Power of Juju is an adventure-platformer, perhaps best known for being the inspiration for the television show of the same name. The game plays fairly well, using a comination of action and platforming and puzzle solving, but it doesn't take the risks necessary to make it stand out from similar games. This video review features video gameplay footage of Tak and the Power of Juju for the GameCube and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Gabe.
The spray paint art keeps flowwing in this one.
The Strongest B-Boy of the world compilation part 1, Darkness,Junior,Physicx,Baek.Jun,Juju.Lil Worm.Kujo,Pop,Ryoma,Aranha,Dany,etc...
Dean Allen Splunt and Randy Randall rap with ShockHound about books, Sonic Youth, LA's legendary SST label, and the process of "casting a JuJu spell" over their audience.
Congratulations to my lovely niece Shannon and her new husband Peter, you are a very Good Man and we welcome you to the family and send love and best wishes to you, your lovely new bride and step son Cameron.
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Written by Sacha Jenkins and produced by Peter Oasis this theatrical performance combined Hardcore stage presence intertwined with a narrated documentary on the lives of "The Beatnuts" Juju and Psycho Les. http://www.hhtf.org/ Distributed by Tubemogul.
Microsoft faces a potential public relations nightmare after reviews of its just-released Kinect suggest it has problems recognizing people of color. First, ABC News explains how the console works.
“It’s an add-on to the Xbox 360 console. There’s a camera with has a depth sensor that tracks all your moments in 3D. It has a multi-array microphone. I can see it if you move. If I step out, it will go to a single-player game. You are running the show there, Juju.”
But a mere moment after its release to the public, news of the alleged facial recognition problem had spread like wildfire. Consumer Reports began refuting the claims faster than you can say connect four.
FERRET: “Yeah with the lights at the dimmest setting, the kinect didn’t recognize anybody of any skin tone.”
MANGIS: “So it wasn’t a certain skin tone that it had trouble with? It was an across the board problem?”
FERRETI: “Yeah. It didn’t really specify against any particular skin tone. It was mostly based on the lighting conditions in the room.”
The lighting may not be the only thing that’s dim. At least Gamespot’s testing resembled something slightly more scientific when it used several lighting scenarios and more than one person of color. Still, the console had trouble connecting the dots.
“The system recognized one employee inconsistently, while it was never able to properly identify the other despite repeated calibration attempts. However, Kinect had no problems identifying a third dark-skinned GameSpot employee, recognizing his face after a single calibration.”
If lighting issues sound like a familiar scape-goat, it should. PCWorld reports poor lighting could make for strange bedfellows.
“Last year, HP suffered a similar blow with its facial-tracking webcams, which wouldn't work properly with black people. At the time, HP blamed the problem on poor foreground lighting.”
But not to worry. PCMagazine tested ONE person of color and that SINGLE person gave it a positive review.
"Microsoft [says] ‘Kinect works with people of all skin tones.’…Here at PCMag we can corroborate: Our African-American reviewer gave the Kinect a 4-out-of-5-star review and an Editors' Choice award.”
Well that settles it. Or does it?
By Alexandra Pfenninger
Rescue efforts to save 27 New Zealand coal miners who were trapped underground Friday following a powerful explosion have been stalled. The explosion at the Pike River Coal Co., one of the country’s largest coal mines, was so powerful, it blackened the surrounding hillside. (Sky News)
“Rescue teams in New Zealand are still waiting for the all clear to begin searching for the miners trapped by an explosion. There’s been no contact with the 29 men since the explosion on Friday. Police say they have no idea how long it ill take to reach the group, as gas levels are still too high for search teams to go down.”
Officials have been unable to confirm what caused the explosion, but suspect a gas buildup. It’s also unclear how many miners survived since communication was cut off after a power outage shortly before the blast.
Now the biggest danger to rescuers and those trapped inside is methane - a highly explosive and toxic gas. CNN reports that even rescue crews are worried about air quality.
“The explosion was discovered by an electrician who went into the mine to investigate a power cut. It’s now feared that if the miners are still alive, that power outage could be compromising ventilation. ‘Going into a mine like that … requires staff, the mine’s rescue people, to make sure the mine is safe for them before they can go in and look for our people.’”
France 24 confirms search and rescue teams have been waiting at the entrance of the mine, monitoring conditions inside, while they wait for the green light to go in.
“A drilling rig has been brought to the site. Rescuers plan to sink a hole 150 meters into the ground to carry out further air quality tests. Authorities say they have no idea how long the rescue effort will take.”
Despite the uncertainty, miners’ families told ABC’s Juju Chang they are hopeful since the successful rescue of Chilean miners last month.
“Families of those trapped are arriving at the scene, many saying that the amazing rescue in Chile is keeping them optimistic. ‘We haven’t given up hope at all. We haven’t given up hope, but it’s a serious situation.’”
However, officials warn that rescue efforts at New Zealand’s coal mine will be riskier than those in Chile’s copper and gold mine, where methane gas wasn’t a concern. The Telegraph reports, on a positive note, the Pike mine is easier to access and navigate once rescuers get the go ahead.
“The rescuers fear there could be more explosions, thinking it could be days until anybody’s found. A welfare center has been set up near by for relatives, though it’s still not known whether any of the workers survived.”
After days of waiting, rescuers top priority now is to restore communication underground and to find the easiest way out. Its unclear how long it will take to rescue the 27 workers - none of whom have been accounted for.