The Most Expensive Fountain In The World

The most expensive fontain in the world is located, as you can guess, in Dubai. Maybe thay don’t have beautiful nature, but they have oil. In this days that means they have money, and if you have money, you can make what ever you want. Even nature. You can make island in the shape of trees or even in the shape of world. You’ve must seen it, right? Also you can bring water in the middle of a desert. And when you have water, you can make the most expensive fontain in the world.

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The Weirdest Commercials in 2012

This is collection with some of the weirdest commercials in 2012. If you have weird sense of humor this could be one cool add collection and if you want to see the finalist and the winners you can check it out here:  The Chip Shop Awards. Which one is the weirdest and which is you favorite one? Enjoy and leave a comment…

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Where Children Sleep

Bedrooms are significant part for all of us during our childhood and it reflects who we are and what we want to be. Where Children Sleep is a project by James Mollison with idea to engage young people to understand children’s rights. The bedroom pictures would be inscribed with the children’s material and cultural circumstances, the details that inevitably mark people apart from each other, while the children themselves would appear in the set of portraits as individuals, as equals just as children. After watching these photos you may ask yourself - what was your childhood like? Continue reading

The Cutest Baby Dream Photography

Adele Enersen is an author, amateur photographer and blogger living in Helsinki, Finland with her daughter, Mila, her composer husband, and another baby on the way. She’s currently on maternity leave from her day job as a copywriter and concept designer. While she spends most of her time looking after her daughter, creativity is still a big part of her life, whether that means writing and illustrating stories or avoiding housework.

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The Most Interesting Music Records [Top 10]

The Longest Song On The World

You may have heard of long songs, but did you here for a song that will be played continuously for 1,000 years?! Longplayer is a track designed to last a thousand years. In particular,it began to play the January 1, 2000 and, if everything goes in smoothly, it will continue without repetition until December 31, 2999, when it is restarted. The song is based on an existing piece of music, particularly in a traditional Tibetan song that is being played with cymbals, which resembles very much a synthesis of bell sounds. This lasts 20 minutes and 20 seconds, time which is processed by computer using a simple algorithm. This has the effect of creating a large number of variants, which, when played in succession, give a total execution time 1000 years old! Check it out… Continue reading

Pirate Sites Founders Who Changed The Internet

The Internet is a place for exchange of different content, mostly inaccessible to arms of the law. When The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and The PROTECT IP Act (Preventing Real Online Threats to Economic Creativity and Theft of Intellectual Property Act, or PIPA) laws were suggested, many sites for sharing files were closed or changed their policy. It seems that the freedom of the global network is slowly shutting down, but we all ask ourselves who are the greatest modern “pirates” on the internet who fight against this?

Kim Dotcom

As a teenager, Kim Dotcom earned a reputation in his native Germany for cracking corporate PBX systems in the United States, and tried to parlay it into a career in data security. In 2001, Dotcom purchased $375,000 worth of shares of the nearly bankrupt company LetsBuyIt.com and subsequently announced his intention to invest €50 million in the company.On 21 March 2005, Dotcom founded Megaupload Limited, a Hong Kong-based file hosting and sharing business that eventually became the 13th most popular site on the internet with over 150 employees, US $175 million revenues, 50 million visitors daily, and estimated to be responsible at its peak for 4% of all internet traffic.

Julian Assange

Julian Paul Assange is an Australian publisher, journalist, media and internet entrepreneur, media critic, writer, computer programmer and political/internet activist. He is the editor in chief and founder of WikiLeaks – international online self-described not-for-profit organisation that publishes submissions of private, secret, and classified media from anonymous news sources, news leaks, and whistleblowers.

Shawn Fanning

Shawn Fanning is an American computer programmer, serial entrepreneur, and angel investor. He developed Napster, one of the first popular peer-to-peer (“P2P”) file sharing platforms, in 1998. Soon after, however, Napster was the target of several music industry-backed lawsuits, which ultimately led to the end of the service.

Sean Parker

Sean Parker is an American technology businessman and entrepreneur. He co-founded Napster, Plaxo, Causes, and Airtime. He was Facebook’s founding president. As of the third quarter of 2011, Parker’s net worth was estimated to be $2.1 billion.

Niklas Zennström

Niklas Zennström is an entrepreneur best known for founding several high-profile online ventures with Janus Friis including Skype and Kazaa. More recently he founded the investment group Atomico and has become a significant figurehead for entrepreneurs in the tech sector. Kazaa was commonly used to exchange MP3 music files and other file types, such as videos, applications, and documents over the internet. The Kazaa Media Desktop client could be downloaded free of charge; however, it was bundled with adware and for a period there were “No spyware” warnings found on Kazaa’s website.

Christopher Poole

Christopher Poole is an American internet entrepreneur from New York City, noted for founding the websites 4chan and Canvas. 4chan is an English-language imageboard website. Launched on October 1, 2003, its boards were originally used for the posting of pictures and discussion of manga and anime. Users generally post anonymously and the site has been linked to Internet subcultures and activism, most notably Project Chanology. 4chan users have been responsible for the formation or popularization of Internet memes such as lolcats, Rickrolling, “Chocolate Rain”, Pedobear, and many others.

Jay Freeman “Saurik”

Freeman first released Cydia in February 2008 as an open-source alternative to Installer.app on iPhone OS 1.1, but Cydia quickly became the most popular package manager after iPhone OS 2.0′s release in July 2008. In August 2009, Freeman said “about 4 million, or 10 percent of the 40 million iPhone and iPod Touch owners to date, have installed Cydia. In September 2010, Freeman’s company, SaurikIT, LLC, announced that it had acquired Rock Your Phone, Inc. (makers of Rock.app), which made the Cydia Store the largest third-party app store for jailbroken iOS devices. In December 2010, Freeman announced plans to also release a Cydia Store for Mac OS X as a supplement, not an alternative, to Apple’s Mac App Store. As of April 2011, Cydia had $10 million in annual revenue and 4.5 million weekly users, with $250,000 in profit after taxes annually.

Bram Cohen

Bram Cohen  is an American computer programmer, best known as the author of the peer-to-peer (P2P) BitTorrent protocol, as well as the first file sharing program to use the protocol, also known as BitTorrent. He is also the co-founder of CodeCon, organizer of the San Francisco Bay Area P2P-hackers meeting, and the co-author of Codeville.

Mark Howard Gorton

Mark Howard Gorton is the creator of LimeWire, a peer-to-peer file sharing client for the Java Platform, and chief executive of the Lime Group. Lime Group, based in New York, owns LimeWire as well as Lime Brokerage LLC (a stock brokerage), Tower Research Capital LLC (a hedge fund), and LimeMedical LLC (a medical software company).In November 2010, as a response to the legal challenges regarding LimeWire, an anonymous individual by the handle of Meta Pirate released a modified version of LimeWire Pro, which was entitled LimeWire Pirate Edition. It came without the Ask.com toolbar, advertising, spyware, and backdoors, as well as all dependencies on LimeWire LLC servers.

Peter Sunde

He is best known for being a co-founder and ex-spokesperson of The Pirate Bay, a BitTorrent search engine. On 17 April 2009, Sunde and his co-defendants were found to be guilty of “assisting in making copyright content available” in the Stockholm district court (tingsrätt). Each defendant was sentenced to one year in prison and ordered to pay damages of 30 million SEK (approximately €2,740,900 or US$3,620,000), to be apportioned between the four defendants.[8] After the verdict a press conference was held where Sunde held up a handwritten IOU statement claiming that is all the damages he will pay, adding “Even if I had any money I would rather burn everything I own and not even give them the ashes. They could have the job of picking them up. That’s how much I hate the media industry.”

Hana Beshara

NinjaVideo was a website created in February 2008 containing links to uploaded videos of TV shows, movies, and documentaries. Since June 30, 2010, the site has been unavailable, as a result of a multinational anti-piracy effort led by the US federal government. Originally optimistic that her actions were in a “gray area” of the law, the co-founder and public face of NinjaVideo, Hana Beshara, pled guilty to conspiracy and criminal copyright infringement on September 30, 2011. She was sentenced to 22 months in prison, another two years probation after that, 500 hours of community service and she has to pay back the $209,896.95 that she supposedly made from NinjaVideo to the MPAA.

Controversial Benetton Ad Campaign

Benetton is now promoting a new initiative, called simply Unhate, in support of the Unhate Foundation. It’s meant to promote peace and harmony between people of different cultures – and what better way to do that than by presenting leaders of different cultures sharing the love. One photo shows the Pope kissing another man in the mouth, and it will be pulled from the campaign.

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Shocking Vegetarian Festival In Thailand

This is the celebration of the vegetarian festival in Phuket, Thailand. The local Chinese community believe that abstaining from meat and other stimulants, as well as self-punishment, drilling of body parts, can bring them peace of mind, health and welfare. The festival begins on the first evening of the ninth lunar month of Chinese calendar and lasts for nine days. How can sticking of diferent weird objects bring you peace? We don’t know the real answer and maybe these vegetarians doesn’t know too, but what we know is that these pictures are  not recommended for those with a weak stomach!

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Top 20 Useful & Creative Kitchen Gadgets

Who said that cooking has to be a boring? There are many fun and clever kitchen gadgets to help you there. This is collection of unusual kitchen gadgets and creative product designs that promise to make the cooking experience more enjoyable. If you are tired of boring kitchen gadgets you should definitely get one of these. Which one is your favorite?

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The Best Train Voyage The Eastern & Oriental Express

The golden age of travel lives on aboard the Eastern & Oriental Express luxury train. Winding through some of the world’s most beautiful and exotic landscapes, it voyages through Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand, and on into Laos. Mountains, forests, fascinating towns and golden temples create a rich tapestry of life along the way.

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Unbelievably Beautiful Earth From Above Project

Yann Arthus-Bertrand – French photographer, journalist, knight of the Legion of Honor and recipient of numerous other awards. “Earth From Above” is the result of the Yann Arthus’s five-year airborne odyssey across six continents. It’s a spectacular presentation of large scale photographs of astonishing natural landscapes. Every stunning aerial photograph tells a story about our changing planet.

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Scarification Tattoos – Art Or Sick?

In the process of scarification, scars are formed by cutting or branding the skin. There are many reasons why people may turn to scarification. Aesthetically, scarifications are usually more visible on darker skinned people than tattoos. Also, unlike tattoos, scarifications are a product of one’s own body.

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Breathtaking Road Photography [HD links]

Roads are always there and they always catch your attention and gradually fade into oblivion as you immerse in the bigger things that nature offers you. The United States has the largest network of roadways of any country with 6,430,366 kilometers (3,995,644 mi) If you are a road lover you can just imagine how many beautiful landscapes exists in this enormous network that connect you with your loved ones – and these are some of the best examples for you. Enjoy.

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Let’s Be Hypothetical For A Moment

Welcome to “Dear Blank, Please Blank project” , project made by Jared Wunsch and Hans Johnson. These cards are made by Sapling Press but the best thing is that the lines are made by YOU! Because this is a website where you can submit a hypothetical letter from one fictional or real character to another.  Have fun and visit the “Dear Blank, Please Blank project” to make your own hypothetical idea revive.

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Top 50 Perfectly Timed Animal Photos

Why do we love animals? This collection is probably the best answer to that question. Animals don’t lie, don’t judge and don’t act, but in this gallery they look like a natural talents. We think that the differences between humans and animals are huge, but no single, essential difference separates human beings from other animals. And one of the funniest things about animals is that they remind us on ourselves sometimes. After watching these photos, you’ll totally get the point.

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Amazing Screw Art In 3D

Meet Andrew Myers, one of the most patient modern-day sculptors around. This Laguna Beach, California-based artist goes through a multi-step process to create incredible works of art you almost have to see (or touch) to believe. He starts with a base, plywood panel, and then places pages of a phone book on top. He then draws out a face and pre-drills 8,000 to 10,000 holes, by hand. As he drills in the screws, Myers doesn’t rely on any computer software to guide him, he figures it out as he goes along. “For me, I consider this a traditional sculpture and all my screws are at different depths,” he says. All we can say is congratulations Andrew and keep up with great work…

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Back To The Future

Original and creative gallery of photographies by Irina Werning. Artist about herself: “I love old photos. I admit being a nosey photographer. As soon as I step into someone else’s house, I start sniffing for them. Most of us are fascinated by their retro look but to me, it’s imagining how people would feel and look like if they were to reenact them today… A few months ago, I decided to actually do this. So, with my camera, I started inviting people to go back to their future.”

Ato 1992 & 2010, Buenos Aires

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