Showing posts with label trend. Show all posts
Showing posts with label trend. Show all posts

Sunday, April 03, 2011

New hot trend keywords feeds!

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The new hot keywords feed for trend and SEO!

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Saturday, August 07, 2010

'Jersey Shore' Adds "Deena Nicole Cortese" To The Cast New Jersey native is a longtime friend of Snooki's.

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There's a new guidette in the house, and she's ready to party.
On Friday (August 6), MTV announced that New Jersey native Deena Nicole Cortese has joined the cast of "Jersey Shore." A longtime friend of show favorite Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, Cortese is currently shooting with the rest of the crew in Seaside Heights, New Jersey.
She joins the original castmembers, which includes Snooki, Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino, Jenni "JWoww" Farley, Ronnie Magro, Sammi "Sweetheart" Giancola, Paul "DJ Pauly D" Del Vecchio and Vinny Guadagnino. The Cortese news was revealed at the Friday meeting of the Television Critics Association.
Cortese, 23, describes herself as "class in a glass and party in a body." (There's no word on whether she, too, has a Snooki-esque nickname.) If possible, she plans to bring even more partying to the hit series. "I bring a lot of energy into the house," she told The Associated Press. "I party."
The second season of the reality series premiered last week to a record-breaking 5.3 million viewers. The eight housemates are shot season two in Miami, heating up the Florida club scene and creating at-home drama.
Are you excited to get some fresh blood in the "Jersey Shore" house? Let us know in the comments!
Don't miss "Jersey Shore" every Thursday at 10 p.m. ET/PT on MTV.

Thursday, August 05, 2010

Google drops Google Wave

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Service will continue through year's end; technology to be rolled into other Google products;
A little more than a year after the service was launched, Google is pulling the plug on its Google Wave social-networking service, the company said Wednesday."Wave has not seen the user adoption we would have liked," wrote Urs Hölzle, Google senior vice president for operations, in a blog post. As a result of the public indifference, "We don't plan to continue developing Wave as a stand-alone product," he said.
The company will maintain the service through the end of the year, and the technology will be rolled into other Google projects, Hölzle said. Some features are already available as open-source components, and Google will offer tools to let users "easily 'liberate' their content from Wave," he said.
Hölzle implied that Wave might have been too radical of a concept for mass adoption, despite the company's many attempts to explain it to the public.
A "Web app for real time communication and collaboration, it set a high bar for what was possible in a Web browser," he said. "We weren't quite sure how users would respond to this radically different kind of communication."
The decision seems to have been made rather speedily. As recently as Monday, the company posted information about upcoming Wave developer talks in Washington D.C. and Michigan.
At the O'Reilly Open Source Conference last month in Portland, Oregon, Google Wave developer Dan Peterson admitted, in a Wave tutorial, that early versions of the service were slow and tended to crash. Subsequent work improved performance and made the product more stable, he noted.

 

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Glydo - Discover and Share Related News, Videos, Twitter, Shopping Advice, Web Pages, Information and Hot RSS Feeds 1.0.3

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News, video, tweets & shopping advice on what you're doing now.

Glydo automatically detects what you are interested in right now and suggests related web sites, news, tweets from twitter, videos, shopping advice & information.

Glydo helps you discover new and exciting content related to what you are browsing right now. As you browse the web, Glydo analyzes the web pages you are viewing and suggests recommendations for high quality, interesting content such as:

* Related News - stories and articles relevant to your current interests
* Web pages & blogs - the web pages, bloggers, and blog posts that are most relevant to what you are reading
* Videos - video clips related to your current interests from YouTube and other sources
* Shopping Advice: Shopping online? Glydo will show you other, often cheaper offers and user reviews
* Reference Information - relevant information from Wikipedia, IMDB, Last.fm, etc.
* Tweets from Twitter - related tweets and relevant twitter users
* Top Headlines - the top headlines and RSS feeds as they occur (not related to the page you are viewing)
* and much more

Recommendations are made easily available at the bottom of your browser and do not interrupt your browsing. Recommendation titles are displayed un-intrusively in a ticker on your status bar, and you can also browse recommended content in more detail through additional buttons. You can also quickly share recommended news, video, and other content with your friends on Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, and other social networks and bookmarking or sharing services.

Glydo is based on cutting edge semantic and contextual discovery technology that understands what you are viewing and gets you the best content on the web right when you want it and with zero effort.

Download Glydo and start discovering cool content right away!

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Josef Frank Today!

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Josef Frank (1885-1967)


Josef FrankBorn in Austria, Josef Frank studied architecture at the Vienna Polytechnic Institute. From 1919 to 1927 he worked as a teacher at the Applied Art School in Vienna. From 1925 to 1934 he managed with Oskar Wlach and Oskar Strnad an interior design company, Haus & Garden. He had many connections with the artistic movement Wiener Werkstatte. Attracted both to modern architecture and neo-classical pieces of furniture, Frank was influenced by a wide variety of styles including Chippendale, the Italian Renaissance, Asian and central European art. In 1933 he started designing for Svenskt Tenn. In 1935 he moved to Stockholm to serve as the chief designer of the company. There, very influenced by the Arts and Craft movement, he started designing textiles and played an important role in forging what is known as Scandinavian Modern design. Frank called for a more humane modernism, one that responded to people's everyday needs, one that left room for both sentimentality and historical influences. Looking at his designs one has the impression that his fabrics are timeless. During 1965 he won the "Grand Austrian State Priz" for "architecture".
aralia, 1940 designed by Josef Frank Designed by Josef Frank
Aralia, designed by Josef Frank in the 40's Anakreon Black
Josef Frank textile
fabric designed by Josef Frank