Jan2

Jan2

Spent most of two days cleaning up and organizing my photo files. Still got a ways to go. Maybe I should make a resolution to go through those files a couple times a month, instead of a couple times a year?

Posted by healthyknh on 2011-01-03 20:55:37

Tagged: , 2011 , Twenty Eleven , Project 365 , keyboard , african american , hands , dust , procrastination , computer

Love And Romance Outlook For You For 2011? A Psychic Reading Via E-mail To Reveal Your Romantic Possibilities!

Love And Romance Outlook For You For 2011? A Psychic Reading Via E-mail To Reveal Your Romantic Possibilities!

Curious about the Love and Romance Outlook for You in 2011? A Psychic Reading via e-mail to Reveal Your Romantic Possibilities!

If you are wondering about YOUR Love and Romance forecast for 2011, then maybe you NEED a psychic reading via e-mail to find out, and this way you can get some insight to the near future, in your life…especially…romantically speaking! A great psychic can deal with you face to face, over the telephone, or even through the postal service via written letters, or via e-mail messages!

You have always wanted to have a Psychic Reading, but let’s face it…there is not a place close by to you, where you can get such a reading, and there is a place in the scary side of town, but you are not comfortable going all the way over there! Plus, you certainly don’t want to do the $ 3.99 per minute on the telephone deal!

My name is Father Time, of www.FatherTimePublishing.com and I am a psychic, as well as a self-help writer and speaker! YOU can get a very interesting and inexpensive…simple psychic reading via e-mail and you are sure to love it! You can go on the website, place the order and then send the question or two to the gmail account mentioned.

Or you might want to consult the great Kuan Yin, the Goddess of Compassion, because we also do these awesome Kuan Yin Oracle Readings, which are equally as popular! The cool thing about those, is that you do not even ask a question…She knows what your situation is and has the answers you seek! There are millions of Taoists and Buddhists the world over, who love and adore the Compassionate One! She is the One Who Hears the Cries of the Suffering World! Her oracle, also known as the chien tung or the 100 sticks of fate, is something that we love around here!

Of course, if you would like to pose specific questions, you may want to go with the traditional Psychic Reading via e-mail Seen Here! People always love these and you will too! Besides, what have you got to lose? You never have to leave your home, and you can even be in Australia or England! (Almost anywhere except the continent of Africa)

So, hurry and find out what the Universe or Fate or God or the Angels will bring YOU in 2011! It is exciting stuff!

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2011-03-10 – More Dust

2011-03-10 - More Dust

10 March 2011 (069): Another computer failure prompted me to open up the machine and poke about inside it for a bit.

The fault this time was simply its reluctance to start. It would flicker on for a fraction of a second before all power was lost.

A quick search suggested perhaps a short circuit or something had become unseated. So I re-bundled the unused power supply cables*, re-made most of the connections and removed a WiFi card which I wasn’t using. Once it was all back together and all the peripherals plugged back in, I was pleased to discover it would start!

Hopefully that’s the end of the problem, although it wouldn’t surprise me if it just cut out now…nope still here 🙂

* A slightly related question – why are all of the cables to a PC power supply fixed to the main unit meaning a plethora of unused cables having to be bundled and tucked out of the way? It would be better if they could be plugged into the unit so that only those absolutely required would remain in the case. The rest could be stored away in the spares box. Much tidier, less likely to have extraneous cables causing problems and better airflow too!

Posted by m0gky on 2011-03-10 20:01:57

Tagged: , 2011 , 365 , Computer Interior , SATA , wires , USB Header

Easter Blessings Sayings 2011

Easter Blessings Sayings 2011

Easter day 2011 will fall on 24th April 2011. We are happy to present you some selected Easter Quotes, Easter Sayings and Easter SMS for you to send to your Christian friends at this meaningful festival. I’m sure they will like it and appreciate your effort.

Here are sweet and meaningful Easter Blessing Sayings for you to give your relative and best friends:

1) Wishing you all the blessings of Easter and the peace of mind that only our risen Lord can provide.

2) The miracle of Easter can be seen in every blossom as we celebrate the Christ, our risen King! Joyous Easter to you.

3) A blessed Easter. As Easter comes again to the world, may the joy of faith be renewed in your heart.

4) Easter: Holy Day of Gladness. At this glad time, may your heart enjoy a sweet renewal. Happy Easter.

5) Praying that your Easter will be filled with renewed hope and great joy. But I will see you again and you will rejoice.

6) Christ is Risen! Celebrating with you God’s amazing gift of love. Happy Easter.

7) Easter Blessings. Celebrating with you His gift of eternal life. Happy Easter.

8 ) God be with you at Easter. During this holy season may your heart be filled with love. May Easter blessings shine on you from Heaven up above. May God’s gift of redemption be accepted as your own. For He gave to all the greatest gift the world has ever known. May you find the beauty of Easter as this Holy Season nears. May your heart be full of laughter, your eyes be free from tears. May the love you give to others return to you ten-times-ten. And may our Heavenly father bless you over and over again! Happy Easter.

9) Once again, Easter graces our world. Flowers bloom in glorious splendor. Birds sing morning melodies as the dawn breaks. New life is offered to everyone, for Christ is risen from the grave! Happy Easter.

10) An Easter blessing wishing you the joy of faith, the wonder of love, and the hope of eternal life. Happy Easter to you and those closest to your heart!

11) May the miracle of Easter turn every ordinary day into an extraordinary day for you and those you love. Happy Easter!

12) Sharing with you the quiet beauty of God’s glorious handiwork. Happy Easter!

13) This Easter, may you see God’s greatness in even His smallest creations. Happy Easter!

14) May you see His mighty hand in every detail of your life. Happy Easter.

15) Thanking Him for His sure love – thanking Him for you! Happy Easter

16) Happy Easter! I’m thankful for this day God made, this special season too. But most of all I’m thankful that he made a kid like you.

17) Christ makes all things new. In this holy season, may your faith be renewed in our Lord and Savior. Happy Easter.

18) Happy Easter. Isn’t it wonderful being in God’s family?

19) Rejoice! Celebrate! Believe! Let the news that Jesus lives fill your very soul with joy. Happy Easter.

20) Easter Blessings. May God seem especially near to you on this holy day.

 

 

 

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Men?s Spring/Summer 2011 Street Style Urban Wear Trends

Men?s Spring/Summer 2011 Street Style Urban Wear Trends

 Let us have a look at what will rock the fashion urban scene this spring.

Denim would be a great hit, not only in jeans, but in jackets and casual pants too. Black leather jackets will keep their popularity in street style urban wear throughout the spring season this year.

Striped dress shirts will translate into the work wear, as well as athletic sneakers. Men’s tank tops would be very popular, as well as tracksuits for a casual street style look.

For spring 2011, urban wear t-shirts with funny messages and logos will be in great demand. Embroiders have already paved their way into urban wear and you will find them on shorts, jeans and jackets this spring. It is quite obvious that street style urban wear for men has changed a lot through the years.

A few years ago, you would see men wearing huge baggy jeans and pants with their boxers exposed which became part of the hip hop culture. It was considered fashionable then, but nowadays you can rarely see that.

The modern urban man has started preferring skinny jeans and tight pants. The latest fashion instreet style urban wear has nothing to do with what used to be considered fashionable a few years ago. The pieces which were worn with baggy jeans changed as well, seeking proportion and a slimmer silhouette.

Jackets, shirts and tees have to match the jeans and pants. So if you are wearing tight jeans, then the top needs to complement this look. Oversized clothes are definitely not the fashion thing this spring.

Prints and patterns of this spring/summer are plaid, native patterns—like those of the Aztec, Inca and Mayan influenced prints—and camouflage. When it comes to this spring’s trendy colors, go for checkered shirt patterns with red and white, or black and white, combined with beige pants.

Other colors to consider are light green, blue and yellow for t-shirts, and dark brown for cardigans and leather jackets. Ragged and faded jeans are a total hit this spring, so don’t be afraid to give some edge to your urban look.

A big hit for the colder spring days is the bomber jacket. You can see it on urban styled men and celebrities. Akademiks, Rocawear and Sean Jean’s collections offer great bomber jackets this season.

This year, strut your hoody, adorn your look with accessories, scarves and hats. You’d be surprised at how multifunctional this spring/summer street style urban fashion is going to be.

 Get more style and fashion tips, news and updates at Wikifashionista.com. Wikifashionista.com is your one stop site for fashion. Shop at your favorite fashion shops and brands online and get tips,news and coupon discount all in one place.

Urban Clothing: The Perfect Men’s T-shirts For 2011

Urban Clothing: The Perfect Men’s T-shirts For 2011
Urban clothing isn’t a new fashion statement; it’s simply evolved over the years to create the hip hop fashion we see today. Most urban fashion is colorful, bold and presents an “in your face” attitude. Clothing is a great way for people to express their personal style, opinions and beliefs without necessarily saying a single word.

Much of 2005-2009 hip hop fashion included baggy jeans with oversized shirts. 2011 seems to be bringing a breath of fresh air into a nearly-stale fashion environment. New styles are primarily dark with bright, flashy designs. Jeans in the 2011 clothing lines are more personally fitting, but still loose enough to be comfortable. Pocket and hip designs and rivets offer just enough variety to be unique.

People involved in the hip hop genre are often viewed as being outspoken and opinionated. Many of the 2011 urban clothing options for men include specific charity logos recognized world-wide. More people are buying clothes that truly do make a statement and support their favorite charity or foundation.

Designer T-Shirts for 2011

Each year brings new ideas and designs for urban wear. Full frontal printed designs have been very popular for the last few years. Some printing on the back and shoulders brought some variety over the last couple of years. Skulls, bones, feathers, band names, and movie and game graphics make incredible clothing designs.

Most 2011 collections are including full print t-shirts; the more artwork the better? The variety of men’s t-shirts in most 2011 collections is simply amazing. Hustler, Affliction and Rocawear are three of the top brands offering new designs for 2011.

Hustler isn’t just a top-selling magazine; it is also one of the biggest names in popular urban clothing and men’s t-shirts. Top hip hop celebrities like Snoop Dogg and Jay-Z have been photographed in Hustler apparel. Bright colors and hot images make Hustler apparel some of the most popular in urban clothing.

Affliction is well-known for their hot and trendy clothing lines for both men and women. Air brushed affects, skulls and other graphic designs are very popular choices for men. Men’s t-shirts from Affliction cost between $ 40 and $ 60, depending on design and size.

Rocawear was founded in 1999 by Damon Dash and Jay-Z; you just can’t go wrong with urban clothing with those credentials. The lineup of men’s t-shirts for 2011 is said to be one of the hottest tickets in town. Sports tees to dressy-casual and winter wear, Rocawear has it.

Design Your Own

Finding the perfect shirt can be a challenge. Great urban t-shirts sell quickly and before you realize it, everyone in town has the same shirt. Anyone with artistic talent and a computer can design incredible t-shirts at websites like CafePress, Zazzle and SpreadShirts. All you do is design, upload and order.

Brand and Logo Styles

Brands and logos will forever remain popular urban t-shirt designs. Armani, Abercrombie, Affliction and Coogi are among the top-selling brand and logo t-shirt styles. Authentic logo t-shirts go a long way in proving you’re serious about fashion and are willing to chuck some dough at your wardrobe. Leave the house feeling like a million dollars, because you look awesome and you know it.

Doug Davis is a writer working for KingIce.com an online retailer specializing in hip hop jewelry and mens graphic t-shirts.

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Graham Harwood and Matsuko Yokokoji : Coal Fired Computers (2010)

Graham Harwood and Matsuko Yokokoji : Coal Fired Computers (2010)

Graham Harwood (UK), Matsuko Yokokoji (JP).

A coal-fired boiler powers a network of computers exploring the relationships between power and media. Coal Fired Computers explores the ecologies that have created and maintained power, and the subsequent health residues and crisis of fuelling that power. The work responds to the displacement of coal production to distant India, China or Vietnam and our industrial heritage, in particular the work of Charles Parsons whose steam turbine is used to produce 40% of today’s electricity. In many countries this rate is much higher (more than 70% in India and China).

According to the World Health Organization, 318.000 deaths occur annually from chronic bronchitis and emphysema caused by exposure to coal dust. The common perception is that wealthy countries have put this all behind them, displacing coal dust into the lungs of unrecorded, unknown miners in distant lands, coal returning in our lives in the form of cheap and apparently clean goods we consume.

Coal fired energy not only powers our computers here in Europe, but is integral to the production of the 300.000.000 computers made each year. 81% of the energy used in a computer’s life cycle is expended in the manufacturing process, now taking place in countries with high levels of coal consumption.

yoha.co.uk/cfc

www.artefact-festival.be/2011/

Posted by Marc Wathieu on 2011-02-23 10:57:13

Tagged: , Graham , Harwood , Matsuko , Yokokoji , Coal , Fired , Computers , Artefact , STUK , Leuven , 2011

Graham Harwood and Matsuko Yokokoji : Coal Fired Computers (2010)

Graham Harwood and Matsuko Yokokoji : Coal Fired Computers (2010)

Graham Harwood (UK), Matsuko Yokokoji (JP).

A coal-fired boiler powers a network of computers exploring the relationships between power and media. Coal Fired Computers explores the ecologies that have created and maintained power, and the subsequent health residues and crisis of fuelling that power. The work responds to the displacement of coal production to distant India, China or Vietnam and our industrial heritage, in particular the work of Charles Parsons whose steam turbine is used to produce 40% of today’s electricity. In many countries this rate is much higher (more than 70% in India and China).

According to the World Health Organization, 318.000 deaths occur annually from chronic bronchitis and emphysema caused by exposure to coal dust. The common perception is that wealthy countries have put this all behind them, displacing coal dust into the lungs of unrecorded, unknown miners in distant lands, coal returning in our lives in the form of cheap and apparently clean goods we consume.

Coal fired energy not only powers our computers here in Europe, but is integral to the production of the 300.000.000 computers made each year. 81% of the energy used in a computer’s life cycle is expended in the manufacturing process, now taking place in countries with high levels of coal consumption.

yoha.co.uk/cfc

www.artefact-festival.be/2011/

Posted by Marc Wathieu on 2011-02-23 10:27:54

Tagged: , Graham , Harwood , Matsuko , Yokokoji , Coal , Fired , Computers , Artefact , STUK , Leuven , 2011

Graham Harwood and Matsuko Yokokoji : Coal Fired Computers (2010)

Graham Harwood and Matsuko Yokokoji : Coal Fired Computers (2010)

Graham Harwood (UK), Matsuko Yokokoji (JP).

A coal-fired boiler powers a network of computers exploring the relationships between power and media. Coal Fired Computers explores the ecologies that have created and maintained power, and the subsequent health residues and crisis of fuelling that power. The work responds to the displacement of coal production to distant India, China or Vietnam and our industrial heritage, in particular the work of Charles Parsons whose steam turbine is used to produce 40% of today’s electricity. In many countries this rate is much higher (more than 70% in India and China).

According to the World Health Organization, 318.000 deaths occur annually from chronic bronchitis and emphysema caused by exposure to coal dust. The common perception is that wealthy countries have put this all behind them, displacing coal dust into the lungs of unrecorded, unknown miners in distant lands, coal returning in our lives in the form of cheap and apparently clean goods we consume.

Coal fired energy not only powers our computers here in Europe, but is integral to the production of the 300.000.000 computers made each year. 81% of the energy used in a computer’s life cycle is expended in the manufacturing process, now taking place in countries with high levels of coal consumption.

yoha.co.uk/cfc

www.artefact-festival.be/2011/

Posted by Marc Wathieu on 2011-02-23 10:46:41

Tagged: , Graham , Harwood , Matsuko , Yokokoji , Coal , Fired , Computers , Artefact , STUK , Leuven , 2011

Graham Harwood and Matsuko Yokokoji : Coal Fired Computers (2010)

Graham Harwood and Matsuko Yokokoji : Coal Fired Computers (2010)

Graham Harwood (UK), Matsuko Yokokoji (JP).

A coal-fired boiler powers a network of computers exploring the relationships between power and media. Coal Fired Computers explores the ecologies that have created and maintained power, and the subsequent health residues and crisis of fuelling that power. The work responds to the displacement of coal production to distant India, China or Vietnam and our industrial heritage, in particular the work of Charles Parsons whose steam turbine is used to produce 40% of today’s electricity. In many countries this rate is much higher (more than 70% in India and China).

According to the World Health Organization, 318.000 deaths occur annually from chronic bronchitis and emphysema caused by exposure to coal dust. The common perception is that wealthy countries have put this all behind them, displacing coal dust into the lungs of unrecorded, unknown miners in distant lands, coal returning in our lives in the form of cheap and apparently clean goods we consume.

Coal fired energy not only powers our computers here in Europe, but is integral to the production of the 300.000.000 computers made each year. 81% of the energy used in a computer’s life cycle is expended in the manufacturing process, now taking place in countries with high levels of coal consumption.

yoha.co.uk/cfc

www.artefact-festival.be/2011/

Posted by Marc Wathieu on 2011-02-23 10:53:45

Tagged: , Graham , Harwood , Matsuko , Yokokoji , Coal , Fired , Computers , Artefact , STUK , Leuven , 2011