It is very little but heavily excited to play with the owner. It is hard to imagine a little bird like it can be so active.
It's hard to imagine what the heck he was doing on the bridge, with a bicycle on the gigantic elevated arms of the structure. Nothing crazy happened.
Here's a transparent OLED display. Almost looks like a holograph. Hard to imagine the pure scale of technology on which this gadget is based on.
It's kind of hard to imagine this behemoth doing an open deck landing on a Carrier.
Short movie about asian people and their way of transporting stuff. Some of the things I've seen on my own, when visiting their countries - it's just incredible. Even hard to imagine.
Concierge**** asset, video. Concierge**** travel writer, Mark Schatzker, treks around the world in 80 days. Follow his intrepid journey on his blog as he attempts to circumnavigate the globe “the old-fashioned way.” Although it’s hard to imagine the frontiersmen traveling through the Napa Valley and along Highway 1 in a Mercedes E-320. Find out more at *******www***ncierge****/cntraveler/blogs/80days. From Wiredset Digital Agency.
That's exactly what you get with the Samsung BW series of widescreen LCD monitors. Wide 16:10 aspect ratios let you multitask, with room for more than one application at a time. The extra room also makes working with graphics programs and multiple tool palletes easier. An ultra-fast 5 ms (G to G) response time is perfect for motion graphics editing. And exclusive MagicBright 3, MagicColor and MagicTune technologies give you complete control over outstanding color. All the color. All the room. With the Samsung BW series, it's not hard to imagine.
Full of ideas, cheeky to the core – getting the message out on the streets. MINI appears everywhere, smuggling the MINI Clubman into the public eye. Hard to imagine? Take a look at "THE OTHER FRANKFURT" during the IAA. You won´t believe your eyes!
Imagine having more room to spread out. The Samsung 245BW combines a 24" screen with a 16:10 widescreen aspect ratio to give you a bigger window on your world. See more with brilliant 1920x1200 resolution. Whether you use that power to work more efficiently or to watch a bigger blockbuster, you get sharp text and crisp motion through a fast 5 ms (GTG) response time, 3000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and exclusive technologies like MagicColor and MagicBright3. And it's all topped off by a height-adjustable stand and optional integrated speakers. With the Samsung 245BW, it's not hard to imagine.
Animals that became extinct recently. Hard to imagine that human activities could destroy them. But it's true!
Mary Catalano of Rescue Roundtable interviews Whitney Smith of Californians for Humane Farms about the Prevention of Farm Animal Cruely Act which provides the most basic protection to farm animals: merely allowing them to turn around and extend their limbs. It's hard to imagine a more moderate initiative. The purpose of the measure is to prevent three of the most cruel and inhumane forms of extreme confinement in the world of animal agribusiness: veal crates, battery cages, and gestation crates. All three of these practices have already been legislated against in the European Union. Factory farm waste is a major pollution issue. Each year in the U.S., confined farm animals produce almost 500 million tons of manure, which frequently pollutes water and air and, in the process, harms rural communities. Factory farm waste also emits greenhouse gases, contributing to climate change. Please visit www.HumaneCalifornia****
Swiss case and band powered by a 25 jewel Japanese 7750 automatic movement. Excellent quality and craftsmanship. Uni directional bezel, Sapphire crystal, screw down chrono buttons, screw in links, water tight crown, date window, luminescent hands and markers, with upgraded movement. This really is a very nice watch. satisfaction is guaranteed, so have nothing to loose.
Lap times in Formula 1 races are measured in 1/1000 seconds, and a hundredth of a second can mean the difference between a gold and a silver medal at the Olympic Games.
It is hard to imagine for man in the early 3rd millennium that not so many centuries ago, clocks had only an hour hand - who cared for minutes? Furthermore, the "individual time," a time-keeping device that could be carried around and that really everyone could afford, became only available in the 19th century.