jeudi 1 novembre 2007
Sao Paulo wrapped up the Brazilian league with victory against America yesterday, so striker Leandro did the only thing his could under those circumstance... do a tight-rope walk on the crossbar. As dangerous celebrations go this makes Steve Morrow look like a wimp! Leandro escaped unscathed though.
this will be the first of many posts over the next three days showing celebrities out in Halloween costumes. It will last until Sunday night at a minimum. This morning we will start with Britney Spears, Paris Hilton and Heidi Klum. Both Britney and Heidi decided to go as cats but too very different angles.
Techcrunch announced earlier this week that Google is launching Open Social (URL will apparently go live later today) - a new set of APIs that will facilitate the transfer of data in and out of of social networks. Specifically:
- Profile Information (user data)
- Friends Information (social graph)
- Activities (things that happen, News Feed type stuff)
I think this is potentially a very big deal for the same reasons that I think the Flock people sidebar is a big deal - namely that it reduces or eliminates the benefits of having all your friends in the same social network. Instead you can compartmentalise your identity and use a social network aggregator service which gives you a single view of all your friends across multiple networks. Flock does this today for Facebook and Twitter, and out of the gate Open Social will support Orkut, Salesforce, LinkedIn, Ning, Hi5, Plaxo, Friendster, Viadeo and Oracle.
The other benefit is for application developers who will no longer have to write different versions of their application for different social networks.
For Open Social to be truly successful it will need the two largest networks to play ball. Most of the benefits will be lost if Myspace and Facebook refuse to support the standard - and this is something they might well do - as David Spark points out:
If you’ve got a popular product built on proprietary technology, defend your position. There’s no point in opening it up to allow others in. …… Disney doesn’t cough up Mickey Mouse’s image for anyone who wants it. Verizon, Sprint, and AT&T spent a lot of money on their networks and acquiring customers. You didn’t see any of them getting so excited about having to open it up for all to use on the 700 MHz spectrum. Telcos defend their position by forcing customers into multi-year contracts. Microsoft defends its position by making its software work just a little bit better on its own products rather than competing products. And Disney just sues everyone into oblivion who tries to appropriate Mickey’s image.
Facebook will be in a difficult position though. On the one hand they have positioned themselves as the champion of open-ness, but on the other hand they probably have the most to lose from going open. Plus they have Microsoft in their corner who has a history of exploiting dominant positions by remaining closed and won’t want to see Facebook co-operating with Google.
It will be really interesting to see how this plays out. There are big bucks at stake and it could decide the difference between a social network future dominated by one or two huge brands (probably Myspace and Facebook) or one where there is space for a larger number of decent sized companies.
mardi 30 octobre 2007
Estas fotografías están generando un gran revuelo entre la gente. Están los que consideran que hacer una aparición de este estilo desprestigia la imagen del ejército, mientras que otros opinan que no hay relación alguna.
La soldado declaró que “una es militar con uniforme y sin él. El ejército es un sentimiento, una pasión, mi vida”.
Pilar Pacheco tiene sólo 26 años de edad y se alistó al ejército ni bien cumplió la mayoría. Esta es la primer aparición pública de una soldado que realmente no tiene nada para envidiarle a las mejores modelos del mundo.
Pilar, una española de 26 años, cumplió su sueño de posar como Dios la trajo al mundo en una conocida revista. “El reportaje ha causado sensación en el cuartel”, afirmó la militar del cuerpo envidiable. Su nombre es Pilar Pacheco y cumplió su sueño de posar desnuda para la revista Interviú a los 26 años de edad.
“El reportaje ha causado sensación en el cuartel, mis compañeros están admirados. Pero es normal, porque yo no soy famosa y les ha sorprendido mucho. Todos me felicitan y dicen que he salido muy guapa en las fotos”, indicó la morocha en diálogo con elmundo.es.“Nunca me había planteado ser famosa ni nada de eso, aunque reconozco que me gusta ponerme delante de la cámara. Interviú me ofreció hacer el reportaje y a mí me pareció buena idea. Ha sido un privilegio y un regalo de Reyes por adelantado“, sostuvo Pacheco.La joven ingresó al ejército a los 18 años y en la actualidad se desempeña como empleada administrativa.
Todavía no se sabe si habrá pena alguna a Pacheco por parte de la Comandancia Militar. ¿Repercutirá realmente en la imágen del ejército una sesión de fotos de este estilo? Realmente no lo sabemos.
jeudi 18 octobre 2007
La conocida vedette y actriz peruana Karen Dejo sigue alboratando la blogósfera latina, sobretodo ahora que ha aparecido un segundo video (verlo aquí) de su participación en la película 'Bellas y Ambiciosas'.
Luego de la difusión de un nuevo video de la peruana a través de Internet, Technorati, página especializada en búsqueda de bitácoras (blogs), consignó su nombre en el puesto 11 del ranking mundial.
Aunque la actriz se ha sentido ofendida por la manera como se ha tomado este video, lo cierto es que si querer queriendo la peruana ha conseguido estar en boca de todos gracias a estos videos... wena Karen!
lundi 15 octobre 2007
Lara morgan video cbs news, from afganistan rebuild
Aujourd'hui les blogeurs du monde entier bloguent pour une planete plus propre!
je joins ma voix et mon blog à cette action.
Au lendemain de l'atribution d'un nobel pour Al gore et le GIEC, le groupe intergouvermental de l'evolution du climat. cette action acquiert plus de legitimité.
Je crois qu'ensemble nous pouvons faire stopper cette degradation sans precedente de l'environnement, changeons nos habitudes energetiques et le monde changera!
vendredi 12 octobre 2007
As Nobel Prize week winds down, the final award is the Peace Prize. This year, the award went to a person and an organization: Al Gore and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). The award cited "their efforts to build up and disseminate greater knowledge about man-made climate change, and to lay the foundations for the measures that are needed to counteract such change." The winners had been rumored for months, and certainty about the recipients' identity rose as the date of the award neared. Still, there are a number of surprising aspects about the win that are worth discussing.
The first is simply the fact that, in a world with several ongoing wars and insurgencies, the Peace Prize has gone to work on a topic that's largely been relegated to the science and business sections of the news. The prize committee's reasoning was that uncontrolled climate change poses a severe threat to future peace, and thus that the winners were acting to prevent conflicts prophylactically. Climate change "may induce large-scale migration and lead to greater competition for the earth's resources," reads the citation. "Such changes will place particularly heavy burdens on the world's most vulnerable countries. There may be increased danger of violent conflicts and wars, within and between states."
One of the factors that is likely to heighten any controversies surrounding this award is that both the IPCC and Gore's film are generally recognized to be somewhat flawed, if well intentioned. The IPCC has been preparing reports based on the current scientific findings and consensus for nearly two decades. But that consensus is the product of the general scientific community, and the views of scientists on most topics cover a broad spectrum. As such, the IPCC's efforts to put hard probabilities on various aspects of climate change has left them open to accusations of glossing over complexities.
And those are just the issues with the science. Most press accounts and governmental decisions focus less on the scientific bodies of the IPCC reports (which can run hundreds of pages), and more on the summaries for policy makers. These summary documents are meant to reduce the science to easy-to-digest statements about the key facts. Unfortunately, they're hashed out at contentious meetings that include both scientists and diplomats from the UN membership and sometimes run all night before agreements are reached. In the end, the most commonly discussed pieces of IPCC reports are as much the product of diplomatic compromises as they are the product of the underlying science.
Meanwhile, the award to Al Gore came on the same week that a judge in the UK officially declared parts of his film, An Inconvenient Truth, to be scientifically inaccurate. Most of the issues cited appear to be the product of the typical challenges that come with the simplifications needed to popularize science and the inability for speakers on a strict time limit to discuss the intricacies of a complex topic. Gore could have done better, but the same can be said for many scientists that try to produce similar works for popular audiences.
In the end, the court decision focused on subtle and dry scientific issues—what percentage of the loss of some glaciers is the result of higher temperatures, and what is due to changes in precipitation patterns? The fact that this sort of science has become the subject of court cases that make headlines around the world is really what Gore and the IPCC are being cited for. Getting the public to recognize any complex scientific issue is a challenge. Climate change has implications that are primarily decades in the future, while acting on it requires lifestyle changes in the present, both of which add to the difficulty of motivating the public to action.
It was a bit of a surprise to see a topic with largely scientific and technological underpinnings receive the Peace Prize. But following the reasoning of the Nobel Committee suggests it may not be the last. As humanity's technological advances increase its ability to alter the world around it, the potential for scientific findings to have implications for the future peace will only increase as well.
2006 - Muhammad Yunus, Grameen Bank
2005 - International Atomic Energy Agency, Mohamed ElBaradei
2004 - Wangari Maathai
2003 - Shirin Ebadi
2002 - Jimmy Carter
2001 - United Nations, Kofi Annan
2000 - Kim Dae-jung
1999 - Médecins Sans Frontières
1998 - John Hume, David Trimble
1997 - International Campaign to Ban Landmines, Jody Williams
1996 - Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo, José Ramos-Horta
1995 - Joseph Rotblat, Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs
1994 - Yasser Arafat, Shimon Peres, Yitzhak Rabin
1993 - Nelson Mandela, F.W. de Klerk
1992 - Rigoberta Menchú Tum
1991 - Aung San Suu Kyi
1990 - Mikhail Gorbachev
1989 - The 14th Dalai Lama
1988 - United Nations Peacekeeping Forces
1987 - Oscar Arias Sánchez
1986 - Elie Wiesel
1985 - International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War
1984 - Desmond Tutu
1983 - Lech Walesa
1982 - Alva Myrdal, Alfonso García Robles
1981 - Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
1980 - Adolfo Pérez Esquivel
1979 - Mother Teresa
1978 - Anwar al-Sadat, Menachem Begin
1977 - Amnesty International
1976 - Betty Williams, Mairead Corrigan
1975 - Andrei Sakharov
1974 - Seán MacBride, Eisaku Sato
1973 - Henry Kissinger, Le Duc Tho
1972 - The prize money for 1972 was allocated to the Main Fund
1971 - Willy Brandt
1970 - Norman Borlaug
1969 - International Labour Organization
1968 - René Cassin
1967 - The prize money was with 1/3 allocated to the Main Fund and with 2/3 to the Special Fund of this prize section
1966 - The prize money was allocated to the Special Fund of this prize section
1965 - United Nations Children's Fund
1964 - Martin Luther King
1963 - International Committee of the Red Cross, League of Red Cross Societies
1962 - Linus Pauling
1961 - Dag Hammarskjöld
1960 - Albert Lutuli
1959 - Philip Noel-Baker
1958 - Georges Pire
1957 - Lester Bowles Pearson
1956 - The prize money was with 1/3 allocated to the Main Fund and with 2/3 to the Special Fund of this prize section
1955 - The prize money was allocated to the Special Fund of this prize section
1954 - Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
1953 - George C. Marshall
1952 - Albert Schweitzer
1951 - Léon Jouhaux
1950 - Ralph Bunche
1949 - Lord Boyd Orr
1948 - The prize money was with 1/3 allocated to the Main Fund and with 2/3 to the Special Fund of this prize section
1947 - Friends Service Council, American Friends Service Committee
1946 - Emily Greene Balch, John R. Mott
1945 - Cordell Hull
1944 - International Committee of the Red Cross
1943 - The prize money was with 1/3 allocated to the Main Fund and with 2/3 to the Special Fund of this prize section
1942 - The prize money was with 1/3 allocated to the Main Fund and with 2/3 to the Special Fund of this prize section
1941 - The prize money was with 1/3 allocated to the Main Fund and with 2/3 to the Special Fund of this prize section
1940 - The prize money was with 1/3 allocated to the Main Fund and with 2/3 to the Special Fund of this prize section
1939 - The prize money was with 1/3 allocated to the Main Fund and with 2/3 to the Special Fund of this prize section
1938 - Nansen International Office for Refugees
1937 - Robert Cecil
1936 - Carlos Saavedra Lamas
1935 - Carl von Ossietzky
1934 - Arthur Henderson
1933 - Sir Norman Angell
1932 - The prize money was allocated to the Special Fund of this prize section
1931 - Jane Addams, Nicholas Murray Butler
1930 - Nathan Söderblom
1929 - Frank B. Kellogg
1928 - The prize money was allocated to the Special Fund of this prize section
1927 - Ferdinand Buisson, Ludwig Quidde
1926 - Aristide Briand, Gustav Stresemann
1925 - Sir Austen Chamberlain, Charles G. Dawes
1924 - The prize money was allocated to the Special Fund of this prize section
1923 - The prize money was allocated to the Special Fund of this prize section
1922 - Fridtjof Nansen
1921 - Hjalmar Branting, Christian Lange
1920 - Léon Bourgeois
1919 - Woodrow Wilson
1918 - The prize money was allocated to the Special Fund of this prize section
1917 - International Committee of the Red Cross
1916 - The prize money was allocated to the Special Fund of this prize section
1915 - The prize money was allocated to the Special Fund of this prize section
1914 - The prize money was allocated to the Special Fund of this prize section
1913 - Henri La Fontaine
1912 - Elihu Root
1911 - Tobias Asser, Alfred Fried
1910 - Permanent International Peace Bureau
1909 - Auguste Beernaert, Paul Henri d'Estournelles de Constant
1908 - Klas Pontus Arnoldson, Fredrik Bajer
1907 - Ernesto Teodoro Moneta, Louis Renault
1906 - Theodore Roosevelt
1905 - Bertha von Suttner
1904 - Institute of International Law
1903 - Randal Cremer
1902 - Élie Ducommun, Albert Gobat
1901 - Henry Dunant, Frédéric Passy
jeudi 11 octobre 2007
Doris Lessing won the Nobel Prize for Literature today.
The Times piece has a great photo of her sitting on her front steps in London, surrounded by reporters. She was apparently out shopping when it was announced, and learned of the prize from the reporters when she returned home.
The Swedish Academy described her as: "the epicist of the female experience, who with skepticism, fire and visionary power has subjected a divided civilization to scrutiny."
Lessing is 88 years old and I've always thought she rocked. The Times article mentions how she never finished high school and educated herself through reading. I bought a copy of The Golden Notebook, her seminal work, this summer at the beach, and this edition has an introduction Lessing wrote in which she describes the benefits of this type of education.
I always loved the idea of The Golden Notebook, because it is the story of a woman becoming whole. Anna, the heroine, keeps four notebooks. The black one is about her early years in Africa; the red one about her political life (chiefly communism, which seems rather quaint now); the yellow contains a novel she is writing and the blue one is her diary. By the end of the book she has brought all four threads together into one golden notebook.
I'm still trying to get all my various notebooks into one. Let's see, I've got two green ones, a purple polka dot one, a purple striped one, one with a black over and blue letters saying "journal" on the cover, one with a brown cover that started life as a sketchbook....and those are just the ones I can glance quickly around and see. I think I love my notebooks way too much to coordinate them into one.
But I digress. The Golden Notebook has inspired legions of feminists. The Academy noted: "The burgeoning feminist movement saw it as a pioneering work and it belongs to the handful of books that informed the 20th century view of the male-female relationship."
So it is interesting to me that the two males that I've mentioned Lessing's name to today have never heard of her.
Lessing also writes science fiction upon occasion, and I'm sure that has the knickers of the literary establishment in a twist. I adore science fiction myself.
So, we have a story which is slowly seeping into public life - rumours of an affair by Democratic Presidential candidate John Edwards. Now, naturally, the National Enquirer isn't, in and of itself, sufficent proof of anything - but there's a little more on this. Just for a start, Mickey Kaus seems to be pretty sure of it .
Most of the speculation swirls around a woman named Rielle Hunter (a forty-four year-old filmmaker, formerly named Lisa Druck). A few weeks ago, Sam Stein over at the Huffington Post began asking questions about the odd disappearance of a series of web videos that she directed for the Edwards Campaign - making $114,461 in the process.
All of this is interesting in that it ties back into a brief item that ran on Page Six in the New York Post about a month and a half ago:
WHICH political candidate enjoys visiting New York because he has a girlfriend who lives downtown? The pol tells her he'll marry her when his current wife is out of the picture.
Leaving aside the grim implications of anticipating a moment when "his current wife is out of the picture" - there's this from an interview posted on Ms. Hunter's recently-deleted website ("RH" is Ms. Hunter):
JM: But I'm saying it's more extreme. I'm just curious why...
RH: ...I'm in New York?
JM: I suppose our reasons could overlap. Let me give you an example. Here in New York, a premium is placed on what I do. It's one of the few places in the country where being a writer is respected and admired.
RH: Oh so you're here for the love�for the recognition and the love?
JM: It's not why I'm here. I'm playing devil's advocate. But I like being here more than in LA, partly because in LA what I do is not terribly highly valued. So you tell me what you're doing, and I would think it's not particularly valued here in New York.
RH: What you were just saying is very human. We're naturally going to be drawn to places where we're loved.
Now, obviously, there are a lot of women in New York - and this is nothing more than circumstantial. But, still, it's interesting.
The Enquirer article, which holds back the name of the woman alleged to be involved, mentions that:
"The affair started about 18 months ago," a friend says the woman confessed to her. "When they met at a bar, sparks flew immediately.
Now, of course, there are a lot of politicians and women that this could apply to. But, what's interesting, is in a Newsweek article from last December:
The Webisodes are the brainchild of Rielle Hunter, a filmmaker who met Edwards at a New York bar where Edwards was having a business meeting.
Actually, in view of what's being discussed now, this (from the same article) is probably even more amusing:
In the midst of a short theme sequence that begins each Webisode, the camera lingers over the former senator's behind as he tucks a starched white shirt into his pants.
So, what we have here is circumstantial - but it strikes me as pretty strong.
1) We have rumours of an affair going back sometime. The first public hints appear as far back as August.
2) What circumstantial details we have - New York, meeting in a bar, wife anticipated to be out of the picture - match up here.
3) We have a strange and rushed effort to cover up these entirely innocuous videos - with the Edwards campaign attempting to control access to them.
4) We have a mystery party archiving these videos and then later anonymously releasing them - indicating that someone knew enough about something to decide to keep a copy of these things lying around just in case.
Now, I'll note, I don't think that this has any real bearing on John Edwards ability to be President. I think that John Edwards should't be President because he's a scum-sucking, ambulance chasing fraud and phony, not because he might be cheating on his cancer-stricken wife
mercredi 10 octobre 2007
que placer a la vista el ver a estas mujeres desnudas
Los hechos ocurrieron en Agosto. La escolar fue con sus amigos al Parque Gorostiaga de Ñuñoa, y no tuvieron mejor idea para divertirse que hacer relaciones adultas con sus pares. Peor aun, uno de sus compañeros filmó el hecho. Ella lo miró de reojo y le dijo: "Ya, po'h, no me grabis", "Wena, naty", le gritó el compañero alentándola y la chica siguió como si nada con su faena. Los pendencieros subieron el vídeo a un portal de vídeos y al sitio chileno elantro.cl; el mismo que divulgara las fotos de Alejandra Valle, la periodista que publicó las fotos de Cecilia Bolocco.
Aún cuando el vídeo ha sido retirado de varios portales, el mismo se puede apreciar aun en otros sitios y muchos diarios virtuales y la televisión chilena aun siguen
ESTAS FUERON LAS DECLARACIONES DE WENA NATY
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Traducido al lenguaje convencional, quiere decir que la echaron del colegio y la castigaron, pero se excusa diciendo que nadie sabe lo que pasó verdaderamente, tratando a todo el mundo de cagüineros. ¿Qué es "caguineros"?
va Herman, une présentatrice de la télévision allemande, qui avait été remerciée le mois dernier pour avoir regretté à l'antenne la disparition des valeurs familiales défendues à l'époque hitlérienne, a réitéré ses propos hier sur le plateau d'une autre émission de la ZDF.
Invitée pour se défendre, elle a répondu : « Si nous n'avons pas le droit de parler des valeurs familiales nazies, nous ne pouvons pas non plus parler des autoroutes construites à l'époque et que nous utilisons toujours ». Les invités et le présenteur, apparemment consternés, lui ont demandé de quitter le plateau en direct, ce qu'elle a fait.
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mardi 9 octobre 2007
Keira Knightley nacio en Teddington, Middlesex, Londres, Inglaterra el 26 de marzo de 1985 es una actriz británica. Además trabajo en la exitosa saga de Disney, Piratas del Caribe.
Es pareja del actor inglés Rupert Friend, a quien conoció durante el rodaje de Orgullo y Prejuicio. Desde el 2007, será la nueva imagen de Chanel.
Cadillac will be making a couple of changes to its lineup as they get serious about their place in the luxury market in the future. With the new redesigned 2008 Cadillac CTS, Cadillac is seriously considering revamping its entire lineup. So what’s in the works?
Remember the baby rear-wheel-drive Cadillac we’ve been talking about? Well that has been confirmed with the published summary of UAW’s labor contracts with GM. The new small rear-wheel-drive car will give Cadillac more ground to compete with the 3-Series and C-Class. A Cadillac CTS coupe and wagon variant have also been confirmed for 2009.
In September we were told that Cadillac will drop the DTS and STS and replace it by a premium-luxury sedan. Well that car will be built on GM’s new rear-wheel-drive architecture called Alpha.
Alpha “is really critical to Cadillac becoming more global,” says one source familiar with GM’s product plans. The Alpha architecture will also be used on the small rear-wheel-drive Caddy that will be positioned below the CTS.
Latest rumors have been saying that GM will not use the Chevrolet badge on its new plug-in hybrid called the Volt. Well according to new findings by Automotive News, GM will go ahead with the Chevrolet Volt but is also considering a fuel-cell version of the E-Flex plug-in hybrid powertrain for a new Cadillac.
Let’s not forget Cadillac is also considering hybrids for its entire lineup.
We had an opportunity to drive the new 2008 Cadillac CTS the other day at a GM event out in Milford at the General's test center. While we were impressed with the ride, interior and the performance -- it still had us wanting for more power. Specifically, we wanted to know what a V-series of Caddy's newest entry-level sedan would be like. It now looks like we'll be waiting until 2009 to see the new Cadillac CTS-V. At least that's what we're to understand in the following spy report and shots from Brenda Priddy's made man, Chris Doane. The details include a new supercharged small-block V8 good for at least 500 HP, with a number of between 515 and 525 HP not only possible but our sources tell us, probable. What we're also hearing is the new CTS-V will feature a supercharger integrated into the intake manifold, the same setup we'll be seeing on the upcoming Corvette ZR1. Production's set to start on this new supercharged Caddy in September of next year. Full report from Chris after the jump.
The 2009 CTS-V will use the "LSA" motor. This is another new supercharged, small block V8. This new blown V8 will be good for at least 500hp. A number of 515-525hp may even be possible, and even higher numbers have been rumored.
The CTS-V will feature a supercharger integrated into the intake manifold. This is the same setup the upcoming Corvette SS / Blue Devil will have with its LS9 motor. However, while the Corvette SS motor will be hand built at the Performance Build Center in Wixom, MI, the Cadillac's LSA motor will be built in a conventional motor plant.
Automatic and manual transmissions will be available, and an optional paddle shift feature is also anticipated.
Production on the new CTS V-Series will start in September of 2008, and will be limited to about 7000 units annually. Internally, GM is referring to the car as "GMX322 V S/C."
In the past, the current CTS-V has suffered from rear-end problems. Specifically, wheel hop. The 2009 CTS-V will feature a completely re-done rear end with a much better rear axle. Sources say this has eliminated the wheel hop issue altogether.
The '09 will continue to utilize a massive set of brembo brakes up front and in back. While the wheels on this prototype are not production spec, the wider tires and larger exhaust pipes certainly are.
Source: Automotive News (Subscription Required)
Victoria Silvstedt nacio el 19 de Setiembre de 1974 en Skelleftehamn, Suecia es modelo y actriz muy famosa, es rubia de ojos azules y tiene un cuerpo maravilloso con medidas 95-63-97 mide 1.78 y pesa 63 kilos es muy famosa por sus portadas para playboy. Aqui algunas fotos de Victoria Silvstedt donde en algunas aparece desnuda y algun video caliente.