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Infernoptix Digital Pyrotechnic Matrix

Forget big screen and flat panel TVs. The Infernoptix Digital Pyrotechnic Matrix is the latest in high-impact visual and audio entertainment. The 96-inch screen employs computer-controlled bursts of fire, in a 12 x 7 array, to create scrolling text, simple animations, freehand sketching (via mouse), and an audio level meter. There's even a percussion mode, which takes advantage of the concussive nature of each burst to allow scripting and playback of complex rhythms. Custom software ties it all together to allow precise and convenient control of all screen functions.

Starcraft RTS in 3D?

Snowflake Entertainment held a fansites Q&A to discuss details of their ambitious Project Revolution - a Starcraft to Warcraft 3 total conversion mod. It will allow players to experience Starcraft RTS in 3D using the Warcraft 3 Engine. Read the Q&A transcript.

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How to Make Great Photographs

"Photography is the power of observation, not the application of technology." Ken Rockwell.

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The Ultimate Battle: Neo vs Robocop

INSANE Mosaic! Check this out... crazy.

This is crazy. It goes on forever... please. I'm begging you. Check it out...

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How to convert TV Series DVDs to DivX/XviD with ease using free software

Nice guide including folder structures. This is not the same as converting straight forward DVDs, but is tailored for TV series based DVDs.

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Incredible building projects in Dubai (pics)

Now let's see... What would I do if I had an unlimited amount of money? Which one would you build?

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Top 10 tallest buildings in Dubai (pics)

Dubai knows how to build beautiful skyscrapers...

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Dubai\'s Amazing Evolution (pics)

We know that in Dubai are a lot of people with lots of money. They started to make their country year by year more and more beautiful. See how Dubai City has developed between '91 and '06.

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Exhuming the Glacier Girl

The Allies were forced to abandon two Boeing B-17 bombers and six Lockheed P-38 Lightning fighters on Greenland, unable to retrieve them as they slowly disappeared under drifting snow. Now this Lost Squadron has been brought back to the surface from under an astonishing 268 feet of ice.

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At last, a way to test time travel

Why take the scenic route through time when shortcuts are just a dimension away? According to Heinrich Päs, a physicist at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, and his colleagues, the door to a time machine could be anywhere and everywhere in our universe. And unlike most other scenarios for time travel, we can test this one here on Earth.

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New Sources for Stem Cells

Within the last two months, three different sets of researchers have announced new sources of stem cells which may have sufficient properties in common with ESCs to allow for stem cell research to proceed unhindered. Three of the groups have independently come up with the alternative sources for stem cell replacement.

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Rotten Tomatoes gives early 0% rating for Da Vinci Code

Not a good sign for the heavily hyped Da Vinci Code movie, as early critics shoot it down for being an overblown melodrama.

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Bloggie Award winner wants to buy Kevin Rose a drink.

John Campea, who hosts The Movie Blog - Audio Edition with Doug Nagy, has posted on his site asking if anyone knows how to get in touch with Kevin Rose. Digg was a runner-up in the last Bloggie Awards, while the aforementioned podcast was a winner. Are comisserations in order?

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Free MPEG-4 encoder jams 58 CDs into one

Nero has released "reference quality" encoding software described as "fully compatible" with the latest MPEG-4 audio standards (LC-AAC, HE-AAC, HE-AAC v2), and is offering a free Windows version for noncommercial use. It's available now for download.

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Mel Gibson in Apocalypto Trailer

Well, it seems that Mel Gibson hasn't lost his sense of humour. If you view the Apocalypto trailer you'll see that about 75% into it, you see a monkey skream. Pause and rewind a bit. Go forward frame by frame, and you'll see this...

Take a look for yourself...

Enjoy! :)


How The Da Vinci Code Doesn't Work - from HowStuffWorks

In this article, you'll learn what happened when HowStuffWorks took a close, hard look at "The Da Vinci Code" and how it uses science, technology, art and history.

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How to Rip DVDs to Small AVI or MPG Formatted Files

An easy to follow tutorial for those who do not know how to rip DVDs to a more "usable" file format.

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Color blindness - What things look like to color blind people.

Ever wonder what things look like to people with colorblindness? Check this out.

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Learning More About SketchUp

If you're interested in learning more about Google's free SketchUp program, here are a collection of starting points that might be helpful in your learning journey.

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VLC Media Player 0.8.5 Released

This new Release features many improvements, including MacIntel support, a statistic system, the support of DV inputs on Linux, improvements in the Audio CD playback (CDDB), many new and improved video filters, a new AJAX HTTP interface, Winamp 2 Skins support, a Mozilla plugin on Mac OS X (PowerPC only), a new default skin ...

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3tunes-downloads music from

"3tunes is a time-shifting application for the website It grabs the music information from the titlebar of Mozilla Firefox and then saves the music with the correct track information, in the format of %artist% - %title%.mp3. "

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Download photos from without premium account

Just some steps, you can download any photo from without Premium account, VIP account. Really cool ^_^

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Watch 70 legal TV stations for free

Here is a collection of 70 free legal channels that you can watch from your browser. Includes Game Network, Tv Cartoons, Horror Channel, Comedy Channel, Sci-Fi Channel, Lifestyle Network and a lot more.

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Record breaking digg submissions

Never before in's history has one news story had so many submissions. The news that the original 70's versions of the original Star Wars Trilogy is coming out September 12th 2006 apparently struck a chord with the Digg Community. It has so far resulted in 27 submissions of the exact same story. Here's all the links in chronological order:,Greedo_no_longer_shooting_first,_George_Lucas_re-re-re-releases_the_Classic_Trilogy,_Original_Cuts,_the_original,_unaltered_Star_Wars_movies_on_DVD_2006-09-12


It's official, the original, unaltered Star Wars movies on DVD 2006-09-12

It's not just a rumor any more! is reporting that the original, unaltered versions of Star Wars episodes 4-6 will be released on DVD on September 12th, 2006. Available for a limited time only though, so make sure you pick up your copy before December 31st!

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Original Star Wars Coming To DVD, Greedo no longer shooting first

This is no joke and we've bent over backwards to confirm it's the real deal. Our very best industry sources have been checking in over the last couple of days - independently, I might add - with word that Lucasfilm and 20th Century Fox are finally going to be releasing the original theatrical versions of the Star Wars films on DVD, in late 2006.

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Song Lyric Database Wiki - Over 200,000 songs already

Ad free Wiki for song lyrics. Has substantial database already, search and contribute!

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Another Way To Get Free Music

MyBloop is a free online storage site."With, the world can share files for free without storage limits." This also means its a gold mine for music. Instructions for getting the music are listed under the first comment, due to character limits.

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