Made me laugh: I recalled the story of Canadian snowboarded Ross Rebagliati, who was stripped of his olympic gold medal after testing positive for Marijuana (the decision was eventually overturned, largely because Marijuana was not on the list of banned substances). I just remember thinking back then: the guy won the gold medal being stoned! Do … Continue reading Taking Things in the Right Perspective
Youtube phenomena and uber-cool kid Keenan Cahil helps David Guetta promote his new mix album. Video posted three days ago (January 24), got a great initial push by appearing on Youtube's homepage, is already at 4.3M views and growing at 2M views a day. It was shared on Facebook already 398,000 times. In general, I … Continue reading Now This is What I Call a Viral Video
I plan on traveling to Japan next year, and I must get in really good shape. According to Google's directions, soon after reaching Seattle, I have to Kayak about 6,000 miles before entering Japan. I hope won't get stuck in Hawaiian traffic 2,700 miles into my trip. I heard Highway 83 in Honolulu gets busy … Continue reading The Best way to Travel from the USA to Japan
My Friend Mogua's Twit: Google Translate's translation: If I would only know what are Ppak and badaldago, I could find the right response.
A friend showed this to me earlier today. I did some (= 15 seconds) research, and it seems as if it was written in 1994, source unknown. If anyone knows the source, feel free adding it in the comments. As I am half way reading through "Too Big to Fail", point #1 and #2 seem … Continue reading Tell Me What You Read and I’ll Tell You Who You Are
A mashup or blend (also mash up and mash-up) is a song or composition created by blending two or more pre-recorded songs, usually by overlaying the vocal track of one song seamlessly over the instrumental track of another. To the extent that such works are 'transformative' of original content, they may find protection from copyright claims under the "fair use" … Continue reading The Art of Mashups