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Navnegeneratoren giver gode forslag til navne til dit barn Navnegeneratoren er meget simpel. Tryk på knappen "Dreng" for at få et drengenavn frem, tryk på knappen "Pige" for at få et pigenavn frem. Generatoren husker hvilke navne den allerede har vist indtil du trykker på knappen "Genstart generatoren" eller lukker din internetbrowser. Tryk på knappen "Dreng" eller "Pige" for at få et navn frem Det er forskelligt fra menneske til menneske, hvad man associerer forskellige navne med. Vores navnegenerator adskiller sig fra andre på nettet, idet den er baseret på data fra Danmarks Statistik. Vi har lavet navnegeneratoren fordi vi før har prøvet andre, som sjældent kom med gode forslag. Alexanderband har lavet en navnegenerator, hvor de har udvalgt de navne, som de finder mest fjollede at kalde sine børn i dag.

Spirits Dancing » Search Results » royal de luxe The Royal de Luxe‘s Sea Odyssey Giant Spectacular that took place at the weekend in Liverpool to commemorate the Titanic centenary seems to have been a roaring success, with a huge turnout and press coverage. There are a great many photos and videos online now (including at Flickr), so I’ll only mention a few that interested me […] For a long time Royal de Luxe had no website, then a very rudimentary one. Four years ago La Machine debuted their giant spider, La Princesse in Liverpool. (Photo credit: Dalo_Pix2) Royal de Luxe have just staged a Mexican re-imagining of their Little Giantess street theatre spectacular in Guadalajara as part of the Celebrando el Centenario de la Revolución Mexicana. Puppetrynews and then PuppetVision picked up on this advertisement for the Mayflower moving company which borrows very directly from Royal de Luxe’s little giantess street theatre spectacle. I’ve been keeping a list of Royal de Luxe links since I first became aware of them last June.

Rijksmuseum Digitizes & Makes Free Online 210,000 Works of Art, Masterpieces Included! We all found it impressive when Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum put up 125,000 Dutch works of art online. “Users can explore the entire collection, which is handily sorted by artist, subject, style and even by events in Dutch history,” explained Kate Rix in our first post announcing it. ” “Not only can users create their own online galleries from selected works in the museum’s collection, they can download Rijksmuseum artwork for free to decorate new products.” But we posted that almost two and a half years ago, and you can hardly call the Rijksmuseum an institution that sits idly by while time passes, or indeed does anything at all by half measures: think of their creation of Rembrandt’s Facebook timeline, their commissioning of late Rembrandt canvases brought to life, or of their accommodation of terminally ill patients visiting one last time. You want the Dutch Masters? Related Content: The Rijksmuseum Puts 125,000 Dutch Masterpieces Online, and Lets You Remix Its Art

The Participatory Museum iPad Cam-Case by Chet Rosales My iPad Has A Camera Ha, I’m one up on you iPad users and I don’t even own an iPad for that matter! But if I were to buy one I’d team mine up with the iPad Cam-Case , because it makes up for the loss of a camera on the pad! What makes the concept super-awesome is that the camera can be rotated to capture your face when video-chatting. The camera is located in the corner which works well for landscape or portrait viewing and the rubber-plastic case provides a better grip when handling the device. All I need now is an iPad, oh and this case! Designer: Chet Rosales

- חדשות, כלכלה, ספורט ובידור מהארץ ומהעולם nrg 50 Viral Images (and how they spread) Viral videos are ubiquitous – they have spread into both mainstream pop culture and corporate America. Everyone talks about developing viral videos, and there are plenty of techniques you can use to give your video the best chance of success. But, something not talked about as frequently are viral images. Message-boards and forumsBlogsEmails (inter-office, personal and mass emails to all your friends)Social networksBasic HTML Web sitesCompany intranets Viral images have held on tightly and are as much a part of “Web 2.0” as they were for Web 1.0. Prove a point quicklyGive people a story to spreadCan create deep emotional connectionsAre easily consumable, perfect for a medium that moves fastAre entertaining, hilarious or compellingAre easy to share Websites like Flickr, Slide and Photobucket have made the sharing of photos and images simple for everyone and enabled people to create “lifestreams” of their daily activities through photo journals on the web. Anyway, on with the show. Irony

keyword.com keywords GO direct to web pages and files. When Buildings Come Alive: 10 Unreal Urban Projection Videos When Buildings Come Alive: 10 Unreal Urban Projection Mapping Videos A new form of urban art is popping up in cities throughout the world. Urban Projection Mapping, as it is loosely known, is the art of creating video displays that make buildings come alive in light, color and motion. Armed with powerful technology, a handful of enterprising video artists create vivid, visually arresting video displays that are projected on urban architecture. These videos tell stories, form abstract imagery and in some cases, sell products. To celebrate this new form of urban art, here are 10 of the best urban projection mapping videos by some of the world’s best artists. Reader take note, that in contrast to many of the other features here on TheCoolist, the videos below combine for over an hour of footage. Kraft Work by Seeper The interactive arts and technology collective known as Seeper is amongst the best of the world’s urban projection mapping artists. Joy Is BMW Ad by NuFormer

“Likes” are lovely, but do they lead to more logins? Developing metrics for academic libraries’ Facebook pages A lot has changed in the five years since the Rutgers University Libraries set up our first Facebook page. When the university librarian approved our initiative in fall 2006, academic libraries’ outposts on Facebook appeared to be far from common. In the article “Do you Facebook? Networking with Students Online,” Brian Mathews noted that he conducted a global search and found “a handful of other libraries had created profiles” on Facebook.1 So as we launched the Rutgers University Libraries’ Facebook presence, the effort felt like pioneering into relatively unchartered territory. In 2011, the norm has changed, and now it is far more common for academic libraries to have Facebook profiles. In this article I propose a set of simple measures that an academic library can use to gauge the impact of their Facebook activities and offer some suggestions on how to increase the viability of a library’s Facebook page. Are fans lining up?

Everything but the Paper Cut: Eye-popping Ways Artists Use Paper In the year since the Museum of Art and Design reopened in its new digs on Columbus Circle, they've been delivering consistently compelling shows--from punk-rock lace to radical knitting experiments. The newest, "Slash: Paper Under the Knife", opened last weekend and runs through April 4, 2010. The focus is paper--and the way contemporary artists have used paper itself as a medium, whether by cutting, tearing, burning, or shredding. In all, the show features 50 artists and a dozen installations made just for the show, including Andreas Kocks's Paperwork #701G (in the Beginning), seen above. Here's a sampling of the other works on display: Mia Pearlman's Eddy: Ferry Staverman, A Space Odesey: A detail of a sprawling work by Andrew Scott Ross, Rocks and Rocks and Caves and Dreams: Lane Twitchell's Peaceable Kingdom (Evening Land): Béatrice Coron, WaterCity: Between the Lines, by Ariana Boussard-Reifel: A book with every single word cut out:

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