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Emily Didonato in a commercial for Giorgio Armani’s Acqua di Gioia. She always looks stunning, and this video is not the exception
I liked this commercial. I really don’t know anything about that phone (as the only phone news I’ve been following are those for the HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4).
And there you are, sitting in front of a screen, doing nothing.
A bunch of kids in an orphanage are preparing to celebrate mother’s day.
A student film, nothing more, or less. It is such a freakishly cool freaky animated short by Marion Petegnief, Matthieu Bernadat, Nils Boussuge, Clément Deltour and Florence Ciuccoli.
Let’s start the day with some music. France Gall chose this song to sing on March 20, 1965, at Eurovision. It seems that a lot of people didn’t like it, but she ended up taking the Grand Prix. If you want to read more about her, that’s what wikipedia is for.
This was the future in 1983.
There has to be a better way. Introducing Viewtron, the powerful new videotex service that instantly provides the news and information you want, when you want it, plus banking, shopping and other two way electronic services. You use your own TV and telephone line with this easy to operate sceptre videotex terminal.
Touch the future. Today.
One of the first “videocasts” I used to watched on a regular basis was Rocketboom. It was interesting, fun, and back then, it was quite original. However, it’s been years since I last saw one of their videos. I didn’t even know they were still around.
Amanda Congdon leaving was the main reason for me to stop watching. They had a couple of anchors that I find pretty boring, specially Molly, who apparently has been the anchor of that show for quite some time until the new girl, Keghan Hurst, replaced her around April of last year. She is interesting to look at, so maybe I’ll start watching the show again.
On a similar note, I’ve been rewatching some old episodes of Diggnation. That show was pretty good.
I was never a big fan of RPGs, because they usually require a lot of time and work. It’s like you have to work on them, instead of just playing and enjoying. This one, Ni No Kuni: Wrath of The White Witch, might be an exception. The premise and story don’t look that interesting, but the fact that the animation is done by the amazing Studio Ghibli is more than enough to get me interested in it. I think I’ll definitely buy this game for the PS3 when it comes out, but it looks like I still have to wait for a year for that to happen.
I want to play this game. The music is haunting, and it looks simply beautiful. I don’t know anything about the game, but I want to play it. I need some free time, as I haven’t used my PS3 for nothing but Netflix lately.
It has to be good, as it’s’ officially broken PlayStation Network and PlayStation Store sales records, becoming the fastest-selling game ever releast in the SCEA region of the PS Network.
Have you played it?
Nick Knight, Director of SHOWstudio, happened to direct this little fashion film featuring the gorgeous Karlie Kloss dancing around, and wearing some cool dresses (according to the video description, i t showcases exceptional garments from the one-off collections created for Topshop by some of the greatest of Great British fashion). I’ll be honest, I didn’t like the concept of the video. Karlie, however, looks espectacular (by the way, have I told you how amazed I am at Karlie Kloss’ legs? wow).
Enough words, I assume by now you already watched the video, and I assume you thought it was pretty cool, too. You can go now.