Only Jamie can pull this all star line up for a video off.
Jamie Foxx ft. T-Pain NEW MUSIC VIDEO "Blame It"
Thursday, February 26, 2009
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Friday, February 13, 2009
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - While most children his age sketch on paper with crayons, nine-year old Lim Ding Wen from Singapore, has a very different canvas -- his iPhone.
Lim, who is in fourth grade, writes applications for Apple's popular iPhone. His latest, a painting program called Doodle Kids, has been downloaded over 4,000 times from Apple's iTunes store in two weeks, the New Paper reported on Thursday.
The program lets iPhone users draw with their fingers by touching the iPhone's touchscreen and then clear the screen by shaking the phone.
"I wrote the program for my younger sisters, who like to draw," Lim said. His sisters are aged 3 and 5.
Lim, who is fluent in six programing languages, started using the computer at the age of 2. He has since completed about 20 programing projects.
His father, Lim Thye Chean, a chief technology officer at a local technology firm, also writes iPhone applications.
"Every evening we check the statistics emailed to us (by iTunes) to see who has more downloads," the older Lim said.
The boy, who enjoys reading books on programing, is in the process of writing another iPhone application -- a science fiction game called "Invader Wars."
Thursday, February 12, 2009
Monday, February 9, 2009
Sunday, February 8, 2009
Grammy day was supposed to be a glittery affair for R&B's reigning It couple, Chris Brown and Rihanna. But things went horribly amiss.
About the time Brown was scheduled to be singing "Forever" onstage at Los Angeles' Staples Center, he was instead detained by police, being questioned for allegedly roughing up Rihanna.
Brown, 19, turned himself in at the Wilshire station around 6:30 p.m. and was booked on suspicion of making criminal threats. The case will now be sent to the district attorney's office and further charges could be filed. He was released from jail after posting $50,000 bail.
Sources tell E! News that the alleged victim was Rihanna, 20, and that she suffered visible bruises on her face during an altercation that took place hours earlier. Both in turn balked on scheduled Grammy performances.
A spokeswoman for Brown's label declined comment. Rihanna's publicist, Amanda Silverman, would only tell E! News that the 20-year-old "Disturbia" singer was involved in an unspecified traffic mishap. "Rihanna is well," the rep said. "Thank you for concern and support."
Per department policy, police declined to identify the alleged victim in the incident, which occurred about 12:30 a.m. in the Hancock Park area, apparently as the two were heading home from Clive Davis' annual pre-Grammy bash, where they had been all smiles.
In a statement, police say Brown and his companion "became involved in an argument. After stopping his car, Brown and the woman got out and the argument escalated. The woman suffered visible injuries and identified Brown as her attacker."
By the time officers arrived on the scene, Brown had split.
Rihanna, whose full name is Robyn Rihanna Fenty, decided against singing a medley of "Disturbia" and "Live Your Life" at tonight's awards. Likewise, Brown scrapped his scheduled performance of "Forever."
"We're sorry she is unable to join us this evening," said the Recording Academy. A virtually identical statement was issued for Brown's absence.
Brown and Rihanna were up for dueling Pop Collaboration With Vocals awards, Brown for his duet with Jordin Sparks on "No Air," Rihanna with Maroon 5 for "If I Never See Your Face Again." Brown was also contending for Male R&B Vocal Performance for "Take You Down." Neither Brown nor Rihanna won anything.
Backstage, Anthony Hamilton, winner of the Traditional R&B Vocal Grammy with Al Green, said his pal was pressed into emergency service "about an hour and a half before the preshow."
Green crooned "Let's Stay Together" with assists from Justin Timberlake and Keith Urban.
Asked if old-pro Green really was able to take the stage on such short notice, Hamilton suggested the R&B icon was practicing last night.
Said Hamilton, "He knew something could happen."
Friday, February 6, 2009
Tuesday, February 3, 2009
So it seems the DP (Director of Photography) of "T4" was in the shot when Christian was doing a scene. I feel for Christian because he was having some family problems at the time but i think he went a little off the top on this kat.
Monday, February 2, 2009
Internet 2: Why You Should Avoid It At All Costs
The internet as we know it today has become one of the greatest technological marvels the world has ever seen. People from all walks of life are able to get online and build blogs and sites in which they can express themselves in anyway they choose.
This makes the government and big corporations very angry. The internet as we know it today originated from Arpanet and the world wide web itself was designed by Tim Berners Lee. The internet was never intended to be given to the common people. It was intended to be used by the military and government exclusively.
Allowing the internet to fall into the hands of people like you and me was the biggest mistake they ever made. Now writers, artists, programmers, and many other professionals are able to make money without the watchful eyes of the government.
Alternative news sites and blogs like The Conspiracy Zone and others have become a beacon of truth for those wanting to escape the corporate whitewash which has become the mainstream media. Major newspaper companies all over the US have begun to go bankrupt.
And millions of Americans are starting to pay more attention to alternative news sites than CNN and the New York Times. People freely trade movies and music which they purchased, causing fear in the RIAA and MPAA.
Yes, the internet has changed the world. But the government wants to shut it down. They want to take back control of what was once originally their own. They know they can't directly shut down the internet, do to an outrage on the part of the people.
So what they've done is create a corporate controlled Internet 2. Right now it is in its early stages and is only available on college campuses. But soon an attempt will be made to bring internet 2 into your home, and to slowly take away your rights and your ability to express yourself.
All the evidence shows the internet 2 will be used to crush the small but growing segment of home based businesses which have made a living based on the internet by heavily taxing domains and requiring licensing. Then only the big corporations will be able to flourish, as they do offline.
Kofi Annan and the UN wants to take control of the internet from the US and give it to countries like China and others who do not cherish democracy. It is up to us to fight back.
What can you do? First, don't fall prey to the propaganda that will be put on TV in the next few years that tell you how great Internet 2 is, and how its better than Internet 1 Second, start your own site and blogs and tell everyone about the conspiracy behind internet 2. Boycott internet 2 and stand up for internet 1. Your future depends on it!