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This Bimmer is designed by a 3D graphics artist Guillaume Mouton. Mouton attempts to visualize the next-generation BMW M6 model of the 6-Series. Is it hard to make one in 3D, I haven’t try, it looks great.
Mouton seems to have blended the shape of the long gone 8-Series Coupe with elements from the current 6-Series and the 4door CS Concept.
If you are feeling bored, I mean damn bored, head to this site: ColorFlip.com. It is a site by Rafael Rozendaal, a site where you can flip the color page as many times as you want like the flash e-book.
Loads of interesting work done by Laundry featuring clients like The Strokes, SvSv, Blood Arm and many more. Really worth a visit.
Subaru is going to release their new Subaru Impreza WRC2008 rally car. Prodrive has had its hand in developing the new racer and with the BOS stickers, it tells you that Subaru will be utilizing the French outfit’s dampers. It will be piloted by Petter Solberg and Chris Atkinson in Greece.
Prodrive head David Richards is convinced that this is “the most radically different Subaru World Rally Car in 15 years.
Folks at Suzuki have come with their latest concept and they’ve been spotted testing it, introducing the Suzuki Crosscage Hydrogen Fuel Cell Motorcycle. This motorcycle comes with no gears, no clutch and no emissions. This hydrogen fuel cell / electric hybrid two-wheeler might be the future of motorcycles.
Besides purchasing drinks or ciggy with your phone, you can get your McMeal paid with your phone in Japan’s McDonald’s. McDonald’s in Japan will introduce a downloadable coupon for Sony Felica-enabled phones in its Japanese restaurants. This new payment application is called Kasazu coupon, which is downloadable to consumer’s phone at the point-of-sale. Consumer then places their phone on a reader to make their payment. McDonald’s will begin the test of the e-coupon in 175 stores and then soon roll it out to the 3,800 outlets in Japan. Most of the Japanese mobile phones are equipped with the Sony Felica Technology, making it even easier to test the concept.
The Kazasu Coupons will allow McDonald to target coupons and campaigns directly to customer’s mobile phones according to their preferences and purchase history
She’s doing it all wrong! Sure, the result looks OK, but my method is faster.
Wow… Will you get the phone number if this sexy girl is in front of you? 😛
Now tell me this isn’t cool.
This is the way to carry coffee, much easier and safer than a tray! Link
Photographs of insect and spider eyes.
How to act after a breakup, after losing a bid for the presidency, and after being maligned on a blog.
This is the Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4. It is powered by a 5.2L V10 dry-sump engine, producing 552hp, mated with a 6-speed automated manual transmission and boosts from 0 to 60 mph at just 3.7 seconds. In case you want to get one, it is priced at $212, 600.
Apple has confirmed the launch date of the 3G iPhone and that’s on June 9th at the WWDC Keynote. The new model will be available worldwide after the launched which previously thought was end of year. According to another source, this 3G iPhone will no longer be available in fixed price point, there will be new sales policies. Ready to get one?
A TV light effect on the window at night tells you that there’s someone is watching some late show. There’s an advantage of it and that is to avoid burglars. It tells burglars that someone hasn’t sleep in that house, so they won’t dare to break in your house. But you can’t just watch TV every night to prevent that so what you can do is to purchase this FakeTV device. It is capable of producing the light of varying intensity and color that replicate the motions of a real television. There are a lot of effects for you to choose from scene changes, camera pans, fades, flicks, swells, on-screen motion, and more.
“Pablo Garcia Albacete was born in a city far away from the sea, but very close to blue heaven and full of light, he began working in advertising agencies as art director to be able to work with people like the ones of Cocoe, the ones of Wysiwyg, the ones of Publicis, but he never stopped looking around, he discovered that the only way to choose what he liked best was to use a photo camera and as sometimes he couldn’t see very well what he wanted he learnt to master light. That’s all folks, Pablo takes photos.”
“The Nubrella is worn with a harness, and closes around its user like a clear, private cocoon, guaranteed never to turn inside out.”
This time we’ll have two winners. One voted for by the people. The other chosen by a panel of industry insiders. You enter it. We’ll make them. You’ll see them in shops. Worldwide.
7. myspace 1
8. password 1
10. (your first name)
Sorry guys, left for holiday yesterday lol. Alright, here’s a list of common passwords use for the login for emails, myspace, or whatever. Any of yours in the list? If yes, pls change it, lol. I came out with number 11: that’s your date of birth. That’s pretty common, I’m using that last time, I’ve changed it after my friends got my logins and start sending sh!ts out with my mail. So please use strong passwords, especially for those banking sites.
The Video called “Speaking in Bubbles” about Ji Lee, a street artist in NY who founded Bubble Project. He tags stickers shaped like speech bubbles and places them over public advertisements, and he invites passersby to fill in the blanks with their own thoughts. 30,000 of these bubble stickers were printed. They are placed on top of ads all over New York City. Passersby fill them in. Fun project.
Here is a cool addition to the land of Flickr – very nice application to explore Flickr photos via virtual planetary systems.
You enter a tag, and the related galaxy appears on screen. Each planet contains the pictures of a certain tag, and when you click on them, the images are placed on a 3D rotating globe.
A neat photographic journey: Tag Galaxy
LOL! Armpit and pubic hair fashion. The Winter Coat looks like somebody forgotten to shave the other part of pubic hair, err!! While the Natural Mink is a T-shirt that comes printed with armpit hair. They are 100% cotton and were priced at $30 and $45 respectively, available at http://www.missandladysboutique.de. Just wear that if you want to turn someone off. Blek!
Here is a quick list of 10 cool things most people don’t know that the Mac can do. Nothing really fancy but still worth checking out if your a Mac owner – you might learn a neat little feature.
Top 10 Things You Forgot Your Mac Can Do [lifehacker.com]