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22 Mar 2010
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Lest we forget, the deterioration of mental faculties strikes us all...Shall we chafe? Or take it in stride...Let us stride better; and celebrate with a congratulatory phone call
4 Jun 2007
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Beginning with the first days of World War II - and cleverly viewed through the eyes of a very young child in Germany - Coming Up For Air takes the reader on a touching and thought-provoking journey as they follow the tiny protagonist, who doesn't quite understand the context of her life. Interspersed with historical facts, this is not only a quite delightful and entertaining read, but it also contains information of value to later generations, an emotive trip down memory lane for those of us who remember, and – lest we forget – a humbling lesson for all.
31 Aug 2010
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY MALLORY PERRYMAN You're watching multisource entertainment news analysis from Newsy RICK STENGEL (Time Magazine Managing Editor): “TIME Magazine’s person of the year for 2010 is Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, the CEO of Facebook.” (NBC) Status update! Mark Zuckerberg is…person of the year. Like? Or is now a good time to invent the dislike button? Some in the media say Zuck deserves it- others say- Wikileaks’ founder Julian Assange- was robbed. Assange was named runner-up. TIME Managing Editor Rick Stengel says, the men are two sides of the same coin. RICK STENGEL (TIME Magazine Managing Editor): “They both say ‘Hey, we want transparency and openness.’ But what Assange is doing is he wants transparency to bring down institutions, to bring down governments, to level them. Zuckerberg wants transparency and openness to bring people together. Two different visions.” But Computerworld’s Richi Jennings calls that comparison quote “blissful ignorance” and points out – Assange was the overwhelming winner of TIME’s online poll, where people- not editors-picked the winner. “…what's the point of asking for votes, if you're going to go ahead and choose an unpopular choice? And why Zuckerberg in 2010? It's hardly a move demonstrating insight or foresight. Last year, or 2008, perhaps…” So what’s changed for Zuck this year? For one thing- Facebook now has nearly 600 million users. If it were a country, it would be the third largest in the world. But 2010 wasn’t all blue skies and butterflies for the tech giant. The Social Network hit theaters in October- a pretty successful movie that painted a not-so-pretty picture of Zuck. PaidContent’s David Kaplan points out another 2010 change- Zuckerberg got a lot less awkward. “More than anything else, this ...shows off how much more polished and media savvy the Facebook founder has become … (though favorable coverage can make anyone look good, of course).” So Facebook was a big deal in 2010. But so was Wikileaks. Was TIME just playing it safe with Zuckerberg? CNN’s Don Lemon speculates: Assange may have been the riskier choice- but- remember this? Behold…the 1938 person of the year…Adolf Hitler. And lest we forget…1939’s winner: Joseph Stalin. TIME’s Lev Grossman admits- it’s true- Person of the Year is not a prize. LEV GROSSMAN (Tech Writer, TIME): “This is our best attempt to figure out who changed the world the most this year, who changed people’s lives the most this year, for better or for worse.” Finally- a ZDNet blogger points out- TIME’s top choices have a long history of ticking people off. “…ranting about Time’s Person of the Year is an annual ritual. In some respects, Zuckerberg taking the... crown is almost the same as when Time gave ‘You’ the crown in 2006.” Yeah, that one was interesting. Besides Assange, the Tea Party, the Chilean miners, and Hamid Karzai round out the runners up list. To take a look at all of TIME’s “people who mattered”, visit *******www.time****/time/specials/packages/completelist/0,29569,2036683,00.html Get multisource news analysis from Newsy****
16 Dec 2010
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Transcript by Newsy****. BY KELSEY WAANANEN You're watching multisource tech video news analysis from Newsy. Its a story rife with allegations of theft -- and a game of Google said, Bing said. "Google is firing some serious accusations at the search engine Bing today. Google says Bing is copying its search results. It says it did some tests to prove it. Microsoft, which owns Bing, denies copying anything from Google." (ABC) Those "tests" were really what Google calls a “sting operation”, put into effect to confirm its suspicions that Bing was stealing Google’s secret formulas. Mashable reports, Google created fake results for misspelled words users would never search. When these same results started showing up on Bing -- Google cried foul. But CNN reports, not only isn’t Bing phased by the so-called sting -- it’s taking the high road. “Bing did not deny that it took Google into account when producing its own search results, but suggested they were only one factor among many... [Bing vice president Harry Shum] shrugged off Google's sting as ‘a creative tactic by a competitor, and we'll take it as a back-handed compliment.’” Jameson Berkow of London’s Financial Post puts Google on the spot for being so up in arms- asking, “How can the company which makes its information public be upset about ‘stealing?’” “Considering the Google business model is one of open-source access to its products - lest we forget smartphone makers the world over can access the immensely valuable Google Android platform entirely for free - the company’s outrage over this issue is perhaps difficult to understand. The words childish and juvenile have been tossed around quite liberally in various online commentaries on the story …” CBS’ Larry Dignan says, keep in mind --- in this age of technology, everything is copied to some extent. Here he lists several examples showing that even Google’s ideas came from somewhere. But in the bigger picture, Dignan says this dispute means Google sees a valid competitor in Bing. “There's no way Google would give a rat's ass how its public results were being used if it wasn't worried about Bing ... “ On a similar note Business Insider’s Dan Frommer gives Microsoft credit where credit is due --- at least it’s trying to copy the best. “Yes, it's embarrassing how Microsoft got caught -….Yes, it's even more humiliating knowing that Microsoft burns about half a billion dollars a quarter on Bing, only to find out that some of that ‘investment’ is developing the ‘copy Google’ part of the algorithm. But it's actually not stupid. Because, let's admit it, everyone copies everyone. So if you're going to copy, at least copy the best, no?” So what do you think? Is Bing taking a fake swing at the search engine thing? Or -- doth Google protest too much? Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy.
5 Feb 2011
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Mobile Web Design is hot right now, and tablet design is next up. But, lest we forget, we also have users using larger screens, 1600 pixels and up to true HD at 1920 pixels. For them, we can and probably should be doing large screen display made for devices with screens larger than 1600, it would be cool, and for many of my clients if that sells two or three jobs, then it was all worth it. My Favorite Web Designs 1006 N. 92nd Circle Mesa, Arizona 85207 Office: 480-335-1330 Website: *******myfavoritewebdesigns**** Facebook: *******facebook****/myfavoritewebdesigns Twitter: ********twitter****/arizonawebsite Google Plus: ********plus.google****/118102714956188991360/posts Josh Jacoby Google+ Profile: ********plus.google****/108578624204193646395 LinkedIn: *******www.linkedin****/company/my-favorite-web-designs Behance: *******www.behance****/MyFavoriteWebDesigns
5 Feb 2013
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In Flanders Fields In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below. We are the Dead. Short days ago We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, Loved and were loved, and now we lie In Flanders fields. Take up our quarrel with the foe: To you from failing hands we throw The torch; be yours to hold it high. If ye break faith with us who die We shall not sleep, though poppies ...
21 May 2009
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These are some of my images from 8pl Charlie Coy 1RAR Somalia in 1993. I hope you all like the Vid, Greatest respects to you all and your families, i hope everybody is doing well. "Lest we forget" Cheers, Shinns, Ashley J Shinner
9 May 2009
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This is the first part of a presentation I made on the second anniversary of KARGIL WAR (Operation Vijay). It took me about five months perusing through books and websites, but I believe it's worth the effort. There were no popular video sharing websites like Youtube back in 2001, so i was unable to present it to a wider audience other than my friends.
25 Apr 2009
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This video talks about KASHMIR that is our home.
21 Dec 2008
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COMMING SOON: New Bolt Thrower Video in HD! I did another video of a great song by the british Deathmetal-Machinery Bolt Thrower - i hope you like it! By the way: All Sounds were put into the video by me - they all base on ONE Houwitser Shot, and one Explosion :)
16 Oct 2010
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IndieFlix Shorts A Confederate soldier seeks redemption.
6 Apr 2011
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Some of the most upsetting moments of the 9-11 attacks were those agonizing images of the desperate men and women who jumped or fell from the WTC Towers that rise to over 1,300 feet. On the broken window ledges, for how long did these tormented people contemplate that unimaginable fall? All of the 9-11 victims and their families deserve our utmost sympathy and understanding. God bless America and her friends. ______________________________________________________ From a Sept. 8, 2009 Esquire article by Tom Junod titled "The Falling Man" They began jumping not long after the first plane hit the North Tower, not long after the fire started. They kept jumping until the tower fell. They jumped through windows already broken and then, later, through windows they broke themselves. They jumped to escape the smoke and the fire; they jumped when the ceilings fell and the floors collapsed; they jumped just to breathe once more before they died. They jumped continually, from all four sides of the building, and from all floors above and around the building's fatal wound. They jumped from the offices of Marsh & McLennan, the insurance company; from the offices of Cantor Fitzgerald, the bond-trading company; from Windows on the World, the restaurant on the 106th and 107th floors -- the top. For more than an hour and a half, they streamed from the building, one after another, consecutively rather than en masse, as if each individual required the sight of another individual jumping before mustering the courage to jump himself or herself. One photograph, taken at a distance, shows people jumping in perfect sequence, like parachutists, forming an arc composed of three plummeting people, evenly spaced. Indeed, there were reports that some tried parachuting, before the force generated by their fall ripped the drapes, the tablecloths, the desperately gathered fabric, from their hands. They were all, obviously, very much alive on their way down, and their way down lasted an approximate count of ten seconds. They were all, obviously, not just killed when they landed but destroyed, in body though not, one prays, in soul. From a Sept 11 2001 Truthquake. com article 9/11 Victims Forgotten The only research that comes close to being an official account is buried deep in an appendix of the huge report into why the towers collapsed, conducted by the National Institute for Standards and Technology.As part of its research into where the fire was at its most intense, NIST analyzed camera footage and still photographs, and counted 104 jumpers, often recording the floor and exact window from which they left. All but three leapt from the first building to be hit -- the North Tower. The second plane struck the South Tower 16 minutes later but it collapsed first, giving people less time to react. The first jumper is recorded plunging from the North Tower's 149th window of the 93rd floor on the north face of the building at 8.51 am, just over four minutes after it was hit by the first hijacked Boeing 757 between the 93rd and 99th floors.Sometimes the people falling were separated by an interval of just a second. At one point nine people fell in six seconds from five adjacent windows; at another, 13 people fell in two minutes. Twenty minutes after the building was struck, two people fell simultaneously from the same window on the 95th floor. At least four jumpers tried to climb to other windows for safety, but then lost their grips. One person climbed from the 93rd floor to the 92nd, clinging to the window's edge before falling just one second after someone else fell from the same window -- number 215 on the east face of the tower. The early jumpers came from the crash zone where the plane entered the building -- the offices of the insurance brokers Marsh & McLennan.The last jumper fell just as the North Tower collapsed 102 minutes after the building had been hit. ______________________________________________ to answer all the enquiries about the soundtrack it's Child of the Troubles by Roy Todd *******itunes.apple****/us/album/tomorrow-begins-today/id348572523 ______________________________________________
24 Jun 2012
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When the Van Doren brothers returned from World War II they volunteered to place flags on Veteran's graves near their home in Clyde, Ohio and has now become a family tradition.
25 Aug 2012
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When the Van Doren brothers returned from World War II they volunteered to place flags on Veteran's graves near their home in Clyde, Ohio and has now become a family tradition.
20 Nov 2012
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As most Soul punters will know by now, Al died on Monday. I had the pleasure of seeing him perform at Cleethorpes 10 years ago. He is well known for that "northern classic" The Snake but a couple of other classics are, Help Me and Now I know What Love Is. Why not ask for one of his tracks next time your out, lest we forget. Cheers Gogse
7 Sep 2008
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