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The kids will get dirty.
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Parents will not be allowed to tell the kids, “Don’t get dirty.” Sorry mom or dad. The dirt is what this is about and you must just butt out Kmsauto net download!
This summer-fun event is held annually. Adventure Playground runs mid-June through mid-August. This experience is suitable for kids six to twelve years old 독일 웹하드 다운로드. It is only open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Saturday, closed Sunday. Adult supervision is provided and a small fee is charged. For information and group reservations, phone (714) 842-7442 다운로드.
Location: Huntington Central Park, 7111 Talbert Avenue , Huntington Beach, California.
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Mark Malkoff just can’t help himself. The new York-based comedian is one of those people who find challenges in everything. So when a company like Netflix offers unlimited streaming for $8 a month, someone like Malkoff starts to wonder about his own limits 초록빛 다운로드. Earlier this year, Malkoff embarked on his Netflix challenge in an attempt to figure out how much value he could get out of his $8 subscription within a single month 다운로드. 30 days later, Malkoff had watched 252 movies, beginning to end, including the credits.
**that’s 8.4 movies/day**
Excessive use like this might have triggered automatic service suspension at other companies, but quickly Netflix realized the promotional potential of his challenge, and started tweeting about it 브이로그 음악. This week, the company even invited him to their headquarters where dozens of employees celebrated him as the most obsessive user the company ever had 다운로드.
This isn’t the first time Malkoff has taken on an endurance challenge like this. A few years back, he successfully visited each and every of Starbucks’ 171 stores in Manhattan within 24 hours, consuming something at every store 다운로드. Malkoff has also lived in an Ikea store for a week, and spent 30 days flying on an AirTran jet.
Read the full story – The day Netflix met its heaviest user
Mark’s Netflix Challenge:
On Saturday, May 5th, 2012, a gathering of fine individuals came together to play in the sun and shorebreak 다운로드. A plethora of handplanes littered the beach and everyone was smiling and having fun. The video is a short view into what went down and some of the reasons why bodysurfing is so stoke heavy 다운로드.
Why are all these lifelong surfers trading in their boards for swim fins? Board builder and alternative surf craft artisan Jon Wegener had this to say:
“As surfing becomes more complicated, futuristic and radical, there’s a backlash of people who just want to go and have fun surviv.io. You want to find something simple, and it’s just easy to go and have fun with a handplane. We don’t have Pipeline and waves like that. We have mediocre beachbreaks, and this stuff is really fun in waves like that 리눅스 vsftp. You don’t need a lot … you get your best tube view on a head high wave when you’re bodysurfing, so it gives you some exhilaration in our waves.”
Ed Lewis of Enjoy Handplanes added, “We all grew up going to the beach, jumping in the water and playing around 다운로드. For me, getting back into bodysurfing brings me back to being a kid, and you just kind of need that.”
keep reading – Shawn Parkin’s full article on ESPN.com
// Photo by Shawn Parkin
Pronouncements about the future come easy. Even when made with an air of authority, they’re usually just cheap talk, rarely revisited 딩동뉴스 다운로드. Only the tiny fraction that have proven correct tend to be remembered, when their authors want to take credit.
But what if there were some cash at stake 리눅스 rpm 패키지?
The Long Bets Foundation, a new project masterminded by Well founder Stewart Brand and Wired editor-at-large Kevin Kelly, hopes to raise the quality of our collective foresight by incorporating money and accountability into the process of debate 다운로드.
The idea is simple. If someone makes a grandiose claim, any skeptic can challenge it – “Would you bet on that?” – and the Long Bets Foundation will keep tabs on the wager, whether it takes five years or five decades to come to pass 어도비 플래시 다운로드. If proven right, a predictor can relish the victory; if wrong, the challenger gets the glory.
– Over a ten-year period, the S & P 500 will outperform hedge funds, when performance is measured on a basis net of fees, costs and expenses 솝캐스트 다운로드. – $1,000,000 – (Warren Buffet vs. Protege Partners, LLC)
By preserving the terms of the wager in public view, Long Bets promises to be more than a service for confident prognosticators. Over time, it hopes to foster better understanding of how predictions in aggregate work out in reality – what kinds of truths are easiest (or hardest) to forecast, and what kinds of people are right (or wrong) most reliably.
According to the Long Bets Foundation, all stakes are treated as charitable donations, tax deductible when the bet is made. Bettors designate nonprofits to receive the proceeds. Meanwhile, the foundation holds the funds in an investment account for the life of the bet, with half of the growth covering administrative costs. A competition designed to thrive in the public eye, Long Bets uses time as a teacher.
via Wired, May 2002
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Microsoft Research is showing a new project called “Cliplets” that lets users turn video clips into something closer to a moving still image by effectively freezing a portion of the frame and leaving another portion of the video to run as is 다운로드.
// Thx to Noble Ackerson
You know that favorite word you like to say 16 times in conversation?
Larry Page is so excited. And he just can’t hide it…Page does like to talk about how excited he is.
Having noticed the Google CEO’s fondness for using variations of “exciting” and “excited” when discussing his company’s products and businesses, we at AllThingsD had a bit of fun with the transcripts from his recent earnings calls 다운로드.
Since Page reassumed the CEO role last year, he hit an all-time high of 16 mentions of “excited” on last year’s third-quarter call. His company’s performance made him both “incredibly excited” and “amazingly excited.”
This quarter, Page was a bit more muted: only eight mentions 어벤져스4 엔드게임 다운로드.
Not that we’re claiming to be scientific — at all — but Page does seem to be more effusive when Google beats analysts’ estimates for Google’s earnings per share 다운로드.
The full list of exciting-isms: