Top 10 songs played at sporting events
A song written before most professional athletes were born was played more than any other at sporting events last year. According to music licenser BMI, Queen’s “We Will Rock You” topped the list of sports anthems during the 2009-2010 season. The track, written in 1976, beat out newer songs by Lil’ Wayne and Nickelback for the top spot.
MacBook Pro a notebook full of innovations
All-new quad-core processors. Thunderbolt technology. The FaceTime HD camera. MacBook Pro has more than its share of innovations.
Up to 2x faster processors and 3x faster graphics.
Next-generation quad-core and dual-core Intel processors.The 13-inch MacBook Pro now features a 2.3GHz Intel Core i5 processor or the fastest dual-core processor available — the 2.7GHz Intel Core i7. With Turbo Boost speeds up to 3.4GHz, these processors allow the 13-inch MacBook Pro to perform up to twice as fast as the previous generation.1
The graphics performance you need, when you need it.
Introducing Thunderbolt.feature film in real time. That’s how Thunderbolt technology will connect the next generation of high-performance peripherals to the next generation of computers — starting with MacBook Pro. Ultrafast and ultraflexible, the Thunderbolt pipeline is more than 12 times faster than FireWire 800 and up to 20 times faster than USB 2.0, and it offers unprecedented expansion capabilities. It changes what you can do on a notebook.
The fastest, most versatile I/O ever in a notebook.
The Thunderbolt port will give you plug-and-play performance with a whole new world of Thunderbolt peripherals, as well as with the Apple LED Cinema Display and other Mini DisplayPort peripherals. You can daisy-chain as many as six devices, including your display. And with support for video and eight-channel audio, it’s easy to connect HDMI-compatible devices — like your TV and home stereo — using the HDMI adapter you already have. Current VGA, DVI, and DisplayPort adapters are also supported.
The new FaceTime HD camera. The difference is clear.Mac computers,4 iPhone 4, or the new iPod touch.
Be more hands-on.
A long-lasting battery. Charge less. Do more.
Apple is using a new, more rigorous battery test that measures the results you can expect in the real world — like surfing your favorite sites in a coffee shop or catching up on the latest web videos. Even using this new test, MacBook Pro delivers amazing battery life. For your real life.
It’s very well connected.accessories right out of the box.
Ports with possibility.
Burn DVDs superfast.your home movie, use the 8x SuperDrive on MacBook Pro to burn it to DVD in no time. Since the SuperDrive writes to double-layer discs (DVDs with nearly 9GB of space), it’s great for backing up data, too.
Source : Apple
Here is another of his work, but it's not a picture, and the smallest aquarium in the world.
Its size is 30 x 24 x 14 mm, and there only 10 grams of water.Aquarium filled with sand and stones, live in it are very small fish in an aquarium even has a cleaning system so that its residents feel comfortable.
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NBA Celebrity Game 2011 Roster features Jason Sudeikis and Trey Songz
In Los Angeles, the actual All-Star game is days away, but tonight the NBA Celebrity game 2011 featured a roster full of interesting talent. Included on one the game rosters were several of Virginia's own, actor Jason Sudeikis and singer Trey Songz.
Victoria Beckham 'spends £150,000 on nurseryfor her babyVictoria Beckham is splashing out £150,000 on a nursery for her baby.
The 36-year-old star is currently pregnant with her and her husband David Beckham's fourth child and the couple are sparing no expense for their new arrival, which according to reports is a girl.
A friend of the couple told Britain's Star magazine: 'She hasn't looked at a price tag for a single thing she's bought. If she wants it she gets it, no questions asked!
Like all the great mysteries throughout history, this one features Canadian pop stars, a late-night talk show host, bald caps, a counterfeit statue of the greatest basketball player who ever lived and, of course, Will Perdue. Join us as we unravel the mystery of the incorrectly numbered Michael Jordan statue.
After six successful TV seasons and two blockbuster films, Sarah Jessica Parker says she's willing to give Sex and the City another go. (Although it was a box office hit, last summer's Sex and the City 2 was blasted by critics.)"I would go back," the 45-year-old actress told the L.A. Times from the set of her new movie, I Don't Know How She Does It. "I think there's one more story to tell. I know there is."Still, Parker notes that even if producer Michael Patrick King were to develop a third film, it may be awhile before she steps back into Bradshaw's Manolos.
Below is a series of paintings based on the Astrological signs of the Zodiac. This series is quite fascinating and very well done. However, as well as they are done I was not able to locate or identify the original artist of this series. If anyone knows who did this series please let me know.
The birthday girl threw a Moulin Rouge-themed party at the V-Moda fortress, a private house in the Hollywood Hills. Although the party began at 9 p.m., Paris made a fashionably late appearance, arriving around 11 with boyfriend Cy Waits in tow and cameras rolling for her Oxygen reality series.
But instead of making a beeline for the bar, her very first stop was the petting zoo:
The good news: Now a marauding horde of smartphone manufacturers under the flag of Google Android are back for their turf, and they’re not just cobbling together iPhone-wannabes anymore. From the world’s first dual-screen smartphone to a phone with all the processing power of a laptop – and a dock that turns it into one – these next-generation smartphones will all bring something totally unique to the battlefield when they arrive soon.
LG Optimus 2xThe pitch: Two is always better than one, which makes the LG Optimus 2x, the world’s first dual-core smartphone, quite a catch. Nvidia’s hotrod Tegra 2 processor enables rich gaming, fluid multitasking and even 1080p video capture. With the HDMI output, you can hook it up to your TV and watch movies on the big screen, in 1080p.
Skeptic’s slant: Apps have to be specially developed to take advantage of the dual-core design, which means few of them will really tap into what the Optimus 2x can do at launch.
Availability: Rumors have the Optimus 2x launching in late March or early April, but LG will launch the Optimus 2x as a “world phone.” That means it won’t be showing up at the store down the street with a hefty subsidy like phones that carriers officially adopt – you’ll have to snag it online, without a contract, for a hefty sum.
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-- Bieber was born on March 1, 1994. He shares a birthday with composer Ke$ha, Roger Daltry, Frederic Chopin, Harry Belafonte, and Lorenzo de’Medici.
-- In 2007, Justin Bieber entered a talent show in his hometown of Stratford, Ontario, and came in second. When his mom posted his performance on YouTube, he got the attention of producer Scooter Braun. Soon fame and fortune followed. No word on what happened to the guy who actually won the talent show.
People are already going crazy for Lady Gaga's anthemic new single, 'Born This Way.' But we couldn't help but notice that in just about every article or review of the song (not to mention your comments, beloved PopEater readers), people are calling out its similarity to Madonna's 'Express Yourself,' with some even claiming it's a blatant rip-off.
While we wouldn't go that far -- we love Madonna (you have no idea), but people give her so much credit as a pop innovator you'd think she built the first synthesizer with her bare hands -- it's impossible to not see the thematic and melodic parallels between Her Madgesty's pop classic and Gaga's latest club jam.
If imitation really is the sincerest form of flattery, Madonna should be feeling pretty good this morning. People are loving Gaga's new tune, but the big story that has emerged since its debut this morning is its rather obvious similarity to the Material Girl's 'Express Yourself' (there's also a little 'Deeper and Deeper' in there, too, if you ask us).
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Arnold Schwarzenegger was sworn in as the governor of California at the end of 2003 amid a wave of optimism that his independent thinking and fresh ideas would revive a state stumbling after the recall of Gov. Gray Davis.
The good vibes are a distant memory: The Governator exited office last month with the state facing a crippling checklist of problems including massive budget deficits, high unemployment, plunging home prices, rampant crime and sky-high taxes. Schwarzenegger's approval ratings hit 22% last year, a record low for any sitting California governor.
California's troubles helped it land eight of the 20 spots on our annual list of America's Most Miserable Cities, with Stockton ranking first for the second time in three years.
No state taxes $50,000 of income like California, with a rate of 9.55% for that middle-class tax bracket. Sacramento is a one-team sports town, and that team has been awful in recent years. The NBA's Kings have won just 26% of their games the past two-plus seasons.
“Illuminati want my mind, soul and body Secret society, tryin’ to keep they eye on me” – Illuminati Prodigy
“Make me King, as we move forward to a new world order” – Lose Yourself Eminem
All of these conspiracy theories really started with Robert Johnson, a blues musician back in the 30s who believed to have sold his soul to the Devil in order to become a famous star. Since then some people started believeing that there was some kind of evil deity involved in the music industry.
"We are becoming bigger!" they shout. "God is Great!"
Inside Cairo's main square, musicians stroll, a man reads poetry to the crowd and vendors hawk potato chips, tea, hot food — even socks.
Tahrir Square, the scene of deadly battles with firebombs, rocks, horses and camels just last week, has taken on a carnival mood in the past few days as demonstrators try to establish an enduring presence, complete with food and entertainment, in their campaign to demand Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's ouster.