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With the airing of Super Bowl XLVIII, 20 Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) students became the first to have a hand in designing the opening animation for FOX Sports’ broadcast of the NFL’s annual championship game. A television event that likely will be one of the top 10 most-watched programs in history, the broadcast was expected to draw an audience of more than 100 million. The opening animation of the broadcast was set in New York’s iconic Times Square, and brought the worlds of art and football together to capture the superior athleticism of NFL players. SCAD students helped create the concept and design for the animation using assets provided by FOX Sports and by fashioning new creative elements. To view the Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/65185-savannah-college-art-design-scad-students-motion-graphics-fox-sports
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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations review. http://www.ClassicGameRoom.com Shop CGR shirts & mugs! http://www.CGRstore.com Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations for Nintendo DS developed and published by Capcom. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations concludes the Phoenix Wright trilogy with five all-new murders to be puzzled through, a scad of witnesses to be interrogated, and... birdseed. Lots and lots of birdseed. (Does he have an infinite ammo code?) It all culminates in the biggest case Nick's ever had to take, with wide-ranging metaphysical implications. And you thought those weird lock-things were strange enough... looks like you need another cup of coffee. This video review features video gameplay footage of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations for Nintendo DS and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
11 Jun 2013
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18 Jan 2012
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My Demo Reel of personal work I have done while at SCAD Atlanta. I am a Concept Artist and 3D Animator.
28 Oct 2011
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ELLE Magazine in partnership with the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) showed the fashion world everything thing from a linebacker shouldered sweater to a faux fur skirt, proving that love it or hate it, the up and coming fashion designers know how to blend style with Creativity!
11 Sep 2011
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The Vizio XVT3SV series' excellent picture quality, thoughtful design, scads of features, and reasonable price combine to make the best value among high-end LED-based LCD TVs today. See original video at http://cnettv.cnet.com/vizio-xvt553sv/9742-1_53-50092058.html?part
24 Aug 2010
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The Kodak z18 has a microphone input. Flip cams don't. SCAD's Social Media Manager Jason Parker shows off his rig. Produced by http://www.visualeyemedia.com
27 Jan 2010
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http://www.thelocallanding.net Music from Big Gun Baby and scads of local events. PLUS! Our special interview with Sarah Jessica Parker up at Sundance. Find in depth event listings and full songs on http://www.thelocallanding.net
27 Jan 2009
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The video of my "best" artwork which I submitted to SCAD for artistic scholarship consideration.
15 Dec 2008
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More than one in three Americans will bargain hunt on the web for holiday gifts.1 Even the savviest shopper can be tricked by the deceptive online ads lurking on popular search engines. Scam ads, or "scads" lure online shoppers with search ads highlighting popular brands that the site may not even actually offer. The result? "Bait and click." "Scads may trick holiday shoppers into paying for things they don't want, an especially egregious practice during this holiday season when so many shoppers are trying to make every dollar count for their families," said Jarrod Agen, Chief Spokesperson for the Alliance Against Bait & Click (AABC). To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.prnewswire.com/mnr/stopscads/36213/
3 Dec 2008
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http://www.88stink.com Odorzout products are 100% organic and is the only odor control product that is certified by the EPA as such. Very easy to use. Just Google 'Odorzout' and you'll find scads of positive reviews all over the net.
27 Apr 2008
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http://www.88stink.com/p-13-all-surface-granules.aspx Odorzout All Surface Granules are the organic solution for odor removal. Only odor control product EPA certified! It's very easy to use. Google us to see scads of positive reviews
27 Apr 2008
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http://www.88stink.com/p-19-cat-litter-additive-powder.aspx Odorzout is 100% natural, safe, & the only odor control product that is EPA Certified as such. It's very easy to use works like crazy. Google us to find scads of positive customer reviews
27 Apr 2008
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More Online Courses Than Ever Before One of the most powerful forces in all that is good about General Aviation is AOPA's Air Safety Foundation... an organization that wants to do nothing more than keep you from getting hurt. The AOPA Air Safety Foundation is a nonprofit, tax exempt organization promoting safety and pilot proficiency in general aviation through quality training, education, research, analysis, and the dissemination of information. But... most important, they're getting RESULTS. ASF notes that "...Back in 1950, the total accident rate was 46.68 accidents per 100,000 flight hours (the 100,000-hour measure being the statistical standard); the fatal accident rate was 5.17 per 100,000 flight hours. Today, both those numbers have plunged dramatically—7.05 and 1.26 per 100,000 hours, respectively. Those represent 85-percent and 76-percent drops. Fifty years ago, newspapers and accident reports were replete with stories of fatal buzzing accidents, hundreds of fatal forays by VFR-only pilots into instrument weather, and scads of fatal stall-spin accidents. These sorts of accidents still plague us now, but what a difference 50 years has made." Tis year, the Air Safety Foundation is using the web to present more safety and knowledge related course material than ever before... ASF's Jennifer Storm tells Aero-TV About How The Air Safety Foundation Is Looking Out For YOU! FMI: www.aopa.org/asf Copyright 2008, Aero-News Network, Inc. ALL Rights Reserved.
11 Apr 2008
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DISCLAIMER: This video contains graphic images It has an innocent-sounding name; maybe you've heard people talking about "bath salts." But they have nothing to do with bath tubs. Bath salts are powerful stimulants that mess with your brain. Just a dose or two can hook you. And worst of all, bath salts are way too easy to buy. TRANSCRIPT: Police officer [to detainee, in video footage]: What's your name? Laura Ling/Reporter: People can have psychotic episodes, screaming at demons only they see, dangers only they feel. [Detainee in video screams] Ling: They can get violent, lashing out at themselves or at strangers, picking fights with parked cars, damaging property. Ling: They're often oblivious to the risks they take, climbing barefoot under a high bridge, rolling around -- literally rolling around -- in traffic on a busy street. The drug makes the heartbeat accelerate so high, the internal body temperature sizzles, so stripping seems like the best way to cool off. Who knows what inner impulse then makes somebody want to jump between cars? The inaptly named drug "bath salts" is suspected of being behind all of these strange and scary incidents. Police officer [to detainee]: Did you take the whole bottle of salts? Ling: Although "bath salts" is the main name, there's lots of other slang for the drug, everything from "bubbles" to "bonzai fertilizer." It's made with scads of harmful, synthetic chemicals, most often MDPV, short for something pretty un-pronounceable. The federal government banned these ingredients in July of 2012, but all a manufacturer has to do to circumvent the law is tweak a few molecules to get an entirely new formula, so it's still out there. The U.S. Navy got so concerned about it, this video was made to warn their personnel about the danger. [video clips] Ling: But what would a smart, pretty, talented young woman know about one of the scariest drugs around? Ling [to Hannah Gross]: Did you ever think that you would become addicted to bath salts? L
25 Jun 2013
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New research is looking into a rare and often deadly condition that strikes mostly young, healthy women called Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection, or SCAD. Alison Harmelin speaks with one woman who survived her SCAD heart attack.
8 Feb 2013
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