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Kentucky Fried Brain? Student's horror as he finds 'wrinkled' organ inside his chicken (but KFC experts insist it's just a kidney)Ibrahim Langoo found the brain-like organ in a Gladiator box meal KFC experts later judged the piece of offal to be a chicken kidney Company spokesman claims there was no risk to health By Damien Gayle
In addition to being used for art and documentation, photographs have long been a medium of communication. This is even more true in this social networking age in which photographs can easily be used to tear people down or build people up. This heartwarming video published over at Facebook Stories is a great example of the power of socially shared photos.
If you’ve always wanted to go scuba diving at the Great Barrier Reef but haven’t had a chance to, this might be one of the next best things: Google has added gorgeous underwater panoramic photographs to Street View, allowing to swim around at the world’s largest coral system as if it were a street in your neighborhood. In the blog post announcing this addition, Google Maps VP Brian McClendon writes, Today we’re adding the very first underwater panoramic images to Google Maps, the next step in our quest to provide people with the most comprehensive, accurate and usable map of the world.
Backing up from the last amazing brand film called “The Date”, Heineken have launched “The Serenade”.
A still photo of the YouTube video of "Never Gonna Give You Up", the song played when viewers are Rickrolled. Rickrolling is an Internet meme [ 1 ] [ 2 ] involving the music video for the 1987 Rick Astley song " Never Gonna Give You Up ". The meme is a bait and switch ; a person provides a hyperlink seemingly relevant to the topic at hand, but actually leads to Astley's video.
What a cool ride so far!
Clothes hangers seem to be the objects with which many designers run wild with their imaginations.
It’s funny when you see a new technology being introduced while, probably due to watching a lot of science-fiction films, you have this uncanny feeling that you’ve seen it before and it should have been invented ages ago. This is what I felt after seeing Samsung’s interactive transparent window display. As you can see in the video above, the attractive lady is interacting with the window as you would with any touch screen device – pressing buttons, sliding sliders.
Stanley Kubrick believed that "filmmaking is an exercise in problem solving." He meant that to include the distribution and marketing of his films as well as their production, and he devoted more time and effort to managing the release of his films than any other director. In my view, it's one of the reasons he made only 13 films in 46 years. He relished the problem-solving. I spent two years overseeing the marketing of Kubrick's 1968 masterpiece, 2001: A Space Odyssey , devising its successful 70-mm. relaunch strategy, before joining him in England to handle the release of A Clockwork Orange . Our collaboration began shortly after Clockwork wrapped and lasted through its December 1971 premiere, its official U.S. release date of February 2, 1972, and throughout its extended rollout.
Thank you. The Wikipedia blackout is over — and you have spoken. More than 162 million people saw our message asking if you could imagine a world without free knowledge.
Shadowfeet - Brooke Fraser When the world has fallen out from under me I’ll be found in you, still standing Every fear and accusation under my feet when time and space are through I’ll be found in you. All i ever wanted
Is TV still living in the past?