This is another video from Rhett and Link featuring a handful of children performing a Star Trek themed middle school musical. Personally, I never participated in middle school musicals because, come on, that’s not what the cool kids were into. “You were never cast, were you?” Man, they wouldn’t even let me help build the sets. My little sister is always bragging about how she’s better than me because she keeps getting cast as the lead which is why I boo the entire time and throw poison ivy instead of roses.
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This is the 50,000+ piece diorama of Lord Of The Ring’s elf haven Rivendell built by LEGOManiacs Blake Baer and Jack Bittner. The 30″ x 40″ piece weighs 120 pounds and took over 600 years to build. Well, that’s just my guesstimate, but I’ve never lost one of those ‘guess how many jelly beans are in the jar’ contests.
Hit the jump for some closeups but be sure to check out Blake’s Flickr if you want to treat your eyeballs to some sexy-ass high-res shots.
Question by : when will the ps3 move and the xbox kinect be out in middle east? when will the ps3 move and the xbox kinect be out in middle east?
Answer by ǝɯ pɐǝɹPlayStation Move: September or October 2010 Kinect: November or December 2010
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Question by : Do they have robotics at Grandbay Middle school? I live in Grandbay, Alabama. I have been looking forward to going to middle school and taking robotics, can you tell me if they have robotics in Grandbay Middle School?
Answer by paulfriedman7Not as far as I can tell, but they have computers in the media center.
You might be interested in what other students have to say about Grand Bay
Bug your parents to get you a robotics kit for Christmas.
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Microsoft announced on Sunday that it plans to partner with Brightpoint to bring Windows Phone devices to the Middle East and Africa by the end of the year.
The software giant plans to launch an online store to sell Windows Phone devices to consumers in the Middle East and Africa. The company is dubbing the store a “Windows Phone Online Shop,” where different manufacturers of Windows Phones will be able to sell their devices direct to consumers. Devices will be shipped directly to consumers doors according to the company’s press release on Sunday.
“Smartphone growth is fuelling the worldwide mobile phone market and Windows Phone is poised to lead this trend. In fact, IDC recently projected that Windows Phone will have the second largest share of the Smartphone market by 2015,” said Gustavo Fuchs, Microsoft Mobility Director, Middle East and Africa. “We are seeing huge Smartphone growth in the region and this is expected to continue with a prediction of 38 percent year on year growth for 2012. The launch of the Windows Phone Online Shop will help fuel the appetite of consumers in the region.”
The online store will be available in English, French, Arabic and Turkish. Consumers will be able to compare models, read reviews and watch demos of each product. “We are pleased to continue our long time partnership with Brightpoint, who have been with us since the first version of Windows Mobile and has now embraced Windows Phone as a part of their portfolio. Brightpoint’s wide reach across Middle East and Africa and its globally recognized distribution expertise will ensure consumers will have access to the latest and greatest phones as soon as possible,” added Fuchs.
The store is expected to launch before the end of the year.
Windows Phone coming to Middle East and Africa via official online store originally appeared at WinRumors.com.
HP’s tablet ship may have sailed, but at least you can still count on the outfit for your next reverse Polish notation calculator. That’s right, HP’s 12c just hit the big three-oh. The classic calculator is celebrating its mid life crisis 30th year in production with a special limited edition number cruncher, featuring an etched faceplate declaring its pedigree. If 1981′s coolest calculator isn’t your style, don’t fret — HP is also releasing a limited edition run of 1982′s HP 15c, boasting a hundred-fold improvement in performance over its predecessor. Retro calculation can be yours for $ 80 and $ 100, respectively. Hit the break to see HP toot its own horn in the 12c’s official 30th anniversary “Then & Now” video.
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Microsoft rejects the idea of a “post-PC” era of technology.
The company is labelling the current era as the “PC Plus” realm where PCs are surrounded by new devices designed for a specific niche purpose. The software giant’s chief of communications, Frank Shaw, revealed the company’s feelings in a blog post on Friday. “I’ve seen a resurgence of the term “post” applied to the PC in a number of stories including The Wall Street Journal, PC World and the Washington Post,” said Shaw. He proceeds to explain that it’s human nature for people to like simple and straightforward “something is a foo-’killer’ stories.” Shaw explains things aren’t that clear cut and simple in the technology world. “eReaders, Tablets, Smartphones, Set top boxes, aren’t PC killers,” states Shaw. “But instead are complementary devices. They are each highly optimized to do a great job on a subset of things any PC can also do.”
Shaw argues that PCs do certain tasks in a unique way and “aren’t going away” as they change rapidly to do the same things that companion devices (like eReaders and Tablets etc) do.
“I’ll be the first to admit that these new “non-PC” objects do a great job at enabling people to communicate and consume in innovative and interesting ways. That’s not surprising, because they were expressly designed for that purpose. But even their most ardent admirers will not assert that they are as good as PCs at the first two verbs, create and collaborate. And that’s why one should take any reports of the death of the PC with a rather large grain of salt. Because creating and collaborating are two of the most basic human drives, and are central to the idea of the PC. They move our culture, economy and world forward. You see their fingerprints in every laboratory, startup, classroom, and community.”
Shaw rounds up his thoughts by promising a range of powerful devices that will connect to cloud services and make it easier to create, communicate, collaborate and consume information. “So while it’s fun for the digerati to pronounce things dead, and declare we’re post-PC, we think it’s far more accurate to say that the 30-year-old PC isn’t even middle aged yet, and about to take up snowboarding.”
Microsoft slams post-PC idea, claims “PC isn’t even middle aged yet” originally appeared at WinRumors.com.
YOOOOOOOU SHALLNOT PASS!
Want to watch a 45-minute guided tour of the Middle Earth a bunch of guys recreated in Minecraft? You already cancelled your Netflix subscription didn’t you? I don’t blame you. For busting ass in the elevator, yes. Plus I will never forgive. Or forget. What were we just talking about? “That time you busted ass in the elevator.” Haha, I did do that, didn’t I? Good times.
Hit the jump for the massive MASSIVE MASSIVE Middle Earth but damn is 45-minutes of those guys talking hard to bear (I skipped around for maybe five, tops).Related Posts:
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I wasn’t going to post this because 1. I eat a lot of sushi and 2. it’s f***ing disgusting and is gonna give me nightmares FO SHO, but I’m getting the tip so much I figured I might as well. Standards: mine are incredibly low. So yeah, a shark with a single eye in the middle of its head. What’s your take, Indy? “It belongs in a freakshow museum!”
According to the Pisces Fleet Sportsfishing blog, this one-eyed bull shark fetus was removed from a mother caught in Mexico’s Sea of Cortez. Apparently shark researcher Felipe Galvan Magaña is now examining this monocular specimen.
I’m not sure what shark researcher Felipe Galvan Magana is going to find out, but my guess is that the X-Men’s Cyclops has a mermaid fetish and recently chartered a boat.
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