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For a phone claiming to be transformative, we were certainly hoping for a roster of more unusual features in Sprint's new Samsung Transform. What we get instead is a very decent midrange Android smartphone with a medium-size touch screen, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, and serviceable front- and rear-facing cameras. However, the Transform does have one unusual feature that stands out, at least for now. It's one of the first three Android smartphones to launch with Sprint's new Sprint ID Packs, which are preset profiles that configure everything from the theme and widgets to the app shortcuts that appear on your home screens, and even e-mail settings.
Hatsune Miku isn't real, but her popularity is. The internet is such a big place that sometimes I stumble onto huge trends that I’ve never even heard of before. Case in point: Hatsune Miku . She’s a Japanese pop diva who’s just started to play massive stadium concerts to sold out crowds. Her hair is blue, she dresses like Sailor Moon , and she’ll only appear in concerts via a 3D ‘hologram’. Oh, and did I forget to mention that she’s completely fictional?
The internet is where the FAILs and WINs run rampant. Other people’s failures are typically other people’s source of enjoyment in real life, but when captured on film, you’ve got a smorgasbord of entertainment. Here are 42 hilarious FAILs caught at the right moment .
A makeshift microbial fuel cell: a bucket, waste water and a graphite sheet. Photo: Lebônê Providing electricity to people in countries where either the grid is not reliable, or nonexistent and unlikely ever to be built, can make a huge difference in people’s quality of life in very practical ways. We’ve written before about companies such as D.Light Design which have solar-powered replacements for kerosene lanterns , and efforts to bring small-scale solar panels to off-grid villages in Laos . Hand cranked cell phone chargers , radios and flashlights are other proven options that have received attention. Microbial Fuel Cells Provide Enough Power for Small Devices One option which is being investigated in a pilot project by Cambridge, Massachusetts company Lebônê Solutions is using microbial fuel cells to provide electricity to villagers in Tanzania.
30 November 2010. See Soyuz-TMA 19 descent module landing on 26 November 2010: http://cryptome.org/info/soyuz-tma19/soyuz-tma19.htm
O Sócrates. Até tenho boa impressão dele. Física. Tive episódios curiosos com ele. Gostei.
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My name is Jena Rowland. I am 16 years old and a junior in high school. Since I was little I have always had a camera in my hand. I love taking pictures, whether it is of people, landscapes, or animals. I even like to take some abstract photography.
Weather Girls. They cheer us up on rainy days, and brighten our lives with their chirpy enthusiasm on good days. Weather girls on TV, not only know lots about meteorology, they also look very sexy. They speak to the very souls of men, when they look out from the TV, with their wonderful outfits and clothes, and always beaming bright smiling faces. This guide is a look at the profiles of some of the very best weather girls around the world.