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Friday, July 30, 2010

A Flying Car To Debut In 2011

Bryan Nelson


A company called Terrafugia is expected to start selling ''The Transition'' late next year. Price: $194,000.

The Jetsons predicted that we'd have flying cars by at least 2062, and Back to the Future promised them to us by 2015. It turns out that reality may, for once, outpace fiction.

A small, privately held company called Terrafugia has recently gained FAA approval for its roadable aircraft (i.e., flying car), and new improvements to the vehicle's design bring it only about a year away from being available to customers, according to MSNBC.

Dubbed "The Transition," Terrafugia's flying car takes the notion of driving a hybrid to a whole new level. The latest model features a more car-like look, with traditional headlights and even a license plate holder. Other new fixtures include an improved wing that folds up with a touch of a switch, like in a convertible car, rear-wheel drive with a continuously variable transmission, independent suspension and even a futuristic touch screen interface in the cockpit.

Aside from the innovative engineering specs, the Transition also performs fairly well with its fuel economy. It gets about 35 miles per gallon on the road and about 490 miles per full tank in the air.

When grounded, the vehicle folds its wings up to achieve legal street-ready dimensions. The concept is for users to be able to drive it from their own garage to a nearby airport, allowing for independent, convenient travel. At the very least, it would help drivers bypass those annoying airport wait times.

Purchasing one of the flying cars won't be cheap. The estimated price for a first-generation Transition is slated at around $194,000. Though that's out of the price range for the average consumer, it's at least an important first step toward bringing childhood fantasies of driving a flying car closer to reality.

Currently, the release date is estimated for late 2011, and the company is already accepting refundable $10,000 deposits to reserve a flying car.

And in case you were wondering, Terrafugia has not yet released any plans to follow up its flying car design with a line of hoverboards, though hardcore Back to the Future fans undoubtedly remain hopeful.

Bryan Nelson is a regular contributor to the Mother Nature Network.

YouTube Increases Video Upload Length to 15 Minutes

By: Chloe Albanesius

Those of you looking for your 15 minutes of fame are in luck. YouTube announced Thursday that it has increased the maximum length of uploaded videos from 10 minutes to 15 minutes for all users.

The ability to upload longer videos has been "without question, the number one requested feature" from users, Joshua Siegel, product manager for upload and video management at YouTube, wrote in a blog post.

Recent improvements to the site's Content ID system has allowed for the upload limit increase, Siegel wrote.

"Now, all of the major U.S. movie studios, music labels and over 1,000 other global partners use Content ID to manage their content on YouTube," he said. "Because of the success of these ongoing technological efforts, we are able to increase the upload limit today."

To promote the change, YouTube is asking users to create their own "15 Minutes of Fame" videos. "Imagine that this video is all the world will ever know about you: what would you want to communicate? What will be the enduring stamp you've left on us all?" Siegel asked.

The deadline to submit a "15 Minutes" video is Aug. 4. Tag it "yt15minutes" and the winners will have their videos featured on the YouTube homepage at some point in the future.

Siegel also noted that users who have had their videos rejected for being too long will have to go into "My Videos" and delete the video before trying to upload it again.

Seven Key Masters Have the Power to Restart the Internet

By Emerald Catron

Paul Kane -- internet key holderWhen that fateful day comes where you find yourself suddenly unable to harp on your fantasy league because the Internet has been hijacked, fear not. There's a plan for that.

Basically, scattered across the globe are seven key holders who must come together and combine their powers to summon Gozer recreate the Domain Name System (DNS) security root key, a security measure that ensures websites are authentic and not just pirate copies. Because when you go to, you want it to really be your number one source for waffle information, not just some poseur copy.

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) wants to secure the DNS, which is basically like the internet version of a phone book -- it takes domain names and translates them into IP addresses for the Internet to understand. Of course, since we're talking about technical Internet matters, their methods get dorky real fast, with lots of acronyms and "ceremonies" and unnecessary capitalization befitting the lifestyle of somebody who would volunteer to help protect the Domain Name System.

The seven mythical key holders are just one third of 21 Trusted Community Representatives (TCRs) who are necessary for root key generation and signing ceremonies. These guys were selected based on "Statements of Interest" solicited from the "Internet Community," yet, somehow, Pedobear is nowhere to be found among their numbers. ICANN was looking for "Persons of integrity, objectivity, and intelligence, with reputations for sound judgment and open minds." We didn't even know there were 21 people like that on the Internet.

The 14 TCRs who aren't Recovery Key Share Holders (or Keymasters, as we like to call them for dramatic flair) are called "Crypto Officers." They get the "cool" name because they have to do all the actual work, rather than having the Internet fall in love with them for keeping a smart card in a Ziploc baggie somewhere.

The Crypto Officers (a name which suggests that this really is just a bunch of AV guys who want to feel awesome) get a key to a physical deposit box in an ICANN facility that contains the credentials needed to enable the security measure that contains the private half of the root the 7 Keymasters come together to create the other half of. They are divided up equally between East and West coast facilities and actually have to travel and do stuff a few times a year without splitting our country in half via hip hop feuding.

The mythical keymasters are divided up across the globe, and each possesses a smart card that has been encoded with a part of the root key. Five of the seven members have to meet in the U.S. in the event that the DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC) has had to sever the connections between important servers to contain the damage caused by fancy-free, rollerblading hackers. As proof that they haven't lost the cards in a poker game, the key holders must send in a picture of the card along with a special secret phrase once a year.

We'd love to imagine that the people who hold these keys -- one each in the U.S., U.K., China, Trinidad and Tobago, Burkina Faso, the Czech Republic, and Canada -- are all mysterious men in long, dark, face-concealing robes whose identities must remain forever secret to protect the Internet.

Truthfully, however, they're more like Paul Kane -- an old blond guy in a suit. So typical of the Internet -- always building up our hopes for something awesome, and then dashing them against the ground without a moment's hesitation. For another example, isn't even a website, it's just something we made up as a joke. Lousy Internet.

Vanilla Ice Jumps a Car Through Fire Into a Lake

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At an undisclosed location north of Palm Beach, Wellington resident Vanilla Ice -- also known as Rob Van Winkle -- finally completed a stunt he's been working on and planning for months. He lit a '67 Cadillac on fire, then drove it off a jump and into a lake.

Rob bought the car nearly a year ago with this jump in mind. This is the first glimpse of the jump, though Rob is hoping people will still tune into the reality show he's starring in, scheduled to begin airing in September.

The reality show follows Rob purchasing and "flipping" luxury houses in posh South Florida neighborhoods. Each episode will also feature footage of Rob performing on the road and participating in extreme daredevil stunts like this one.

He had scheduled the jump on a few other occasions, but something got in the way each time.

I spoke to Rob last night, and he told me the jump was "perfect."

Drew Carey's 80-Lb. Weight Loss

"Price is Right" host Drew Carey revealed a much slimmer frame on Wednesday night when he stepped out for the CBS, Showtime and The CW Television Critics Association party in Beverly Hills.

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Carey has lost an amazing 80 pounds since January, telling People magazine, "It sucks being fat, you know... I was diabetic with Type-2 diabetes."

Through the process, the funnyman overcame his battle with diabetes by completely changing his eating habits and working out. "No carbs," Carey said. "I have cheated a couple times, but basically no carbs, not even a cracker. No bread at all. No pizza, nothing. No corn, no beans, no starches of any kind. Egg whites in the morning or like, Greek yogurt, cut some fruit."

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Carey added that he feels better being thinner. "I like being skinny. I was sick of being fat on the camera. Really, I just got sick of it. Once I started losing weight, again, like once I started dropping a couple pant sizes, then it was easy 'cause once you see the results, then you don't wanna stop."

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I just stumbled across a leak of the upcoming film trailer for Thor, so in the spirit of sharing I reposted. Enjoy! #Thor

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T.O. and Ochocinco: Match Made in Hell

By Jay Mariotti

Sid Vicious and Johnny Rotten come to mind. Ren and Stimpy, too. Otherwise, I can't think of a more nonsensical and dangerous convergence of megalomania than the pairing of Terrell Owens and Chad Ochocinco. Someone must have spiked the chili in Cincinnati with stupid juice, because suddenly, the concept of winning games and playing with dignity is about to be lost in the blur of these mad men trying to one-up each other.

It will be comical enough watching them demand the football, leaving one to pout when the other guy is getting more touches or the other to mope when he isn't catching the winning touchdown pass. But if we've learned anything through the years from these hopeless attention hogs, it's that they're entertainers first who inevitably will vie to have the most Twitter followers, pull off the more discussed end-zone stunts and, frighteningly enough, attract the higher ratings in their back-to-back reality shows on VH1.

Right now, it's shocking anyone is tuning in. One is the star of a dating show called "Ochocinco: The Ultimate Catch,'' in which he is known to run off lady contestants who aren't up to his standards. Immediately afterward comes "The T.O. Show,'' where the star last was seen walking bare-chested down a runway with a wig and an enormous necklace. Ochocinco appeared recently on "Dancing With The Stars.'' Owens once appeared in a racy pregame skit in which Nicollette Sheridan, of "Desperate Housewives,'' tried to convince him in the locker room to skip a game by dropping her towel and leaving her naked, prompting T.O. to take her in his arms and say, "Aw, hell, the team's going to have to win without me.''

They've always competed for airtime from afar. Now, they're on the same team, the Bengals, in a small town that may blow up from the massive ego exhaust. At the moment, Owens and Ochocinco are in love with the idea, trading cyber-bouquets Tuesday evening after Owens agreed to a lowballish two-year, $2 million contract with a potential $2 million more in incentives. Ochocinco called the pair "Batman and Robin'' on Twitter, though not identifying who had the lead role of Batman, adding, "All of our games have been moved to pay-per-view, you got to pay to see this."

Not to be outdone, Owens responded on his own Twitter feed. "Ocho Uno is coming 2 town!!'' he said, referring to his uniform number, 81. "Hey Robin, Batman will b there soon!"

There it is, the first controversy. T.O. is referring to Ochocinco as Robin and himself as Batman, even though Owens is 36, well past his prime, still dropping too many balls and coming off an unproductive season in Buffalo. Ochocinco, once known as Chad Johnson, is four years younger and back in form after a 1,000-yard receiving season. Actually, if anyone is Batman, it might be Antonio Bryant, the most explosive receiver of the three. T.O. should just quiet down and be happy he finally landed a job on the eve of training camp.

It's a risky step for a franchise that needed years to live down a rap-sheet identity. The Bengals made the playoffs last year, saving Marvin Lewis' job. But owner Mike Brown, an understated man known for wearing preppy 1970s hats and penny-pinching, has an odd way of taking gambles on troubled players. The Cedric Benson experiment worked on the field, but police in Austin, Texas -- a town he really should avoid, given all his problems there -- say he punched a bartender on June 29. Larry Johnson and Matt Jones also have been thrown parachutes by Brown, who decided to add another in Owens after quarterback Carson Palmer wholeheartedly endorsed the signing.

"Yes, people can make mistakes," said Brown, son of legendary coach Paul Brown. "It doesn't mean that they go on the rest of their lives making mistakes. They can get their ship pointed in the right direction. This is a 36-year-old man. He's been through a lot. He's proven as a player and as a person."

Not often has Owens been described as a man. A baby, yes. A nut ball, yes. A drama queen, yes. A quarterback-killer, certainly. Just as he wore out Donovan McNabb, Tony Romo and Jeff Garcia, there's a chance he could rip away at Palmer, especially if Bryant and Ochocinco get the ball more in a passing offense that ranked a weak 26th last season. T.O. always starts well in a new city, then always wears out his welcome. In a recent interview, he found himself on the defensive and blaming, of all targets, ESPN for his negative image.

"The teams I've been on, if you ask in that locker room how I've been as a teammate and as a person, it's contradictory to what's been displayed out there,'' Owens said. "I've never been in any trouble. I know right from wrong. I try to make the right choices and judgments when I'm out in the public.

"It's not like I can't play. There is some type of influence that they're making in the minds of teams and owners and GMs. I feel like I have enough talent to be a starter on any team. That's what's so frustrating."

So all those media rants and sideline tantrums? Those episodes had nothing to do with T.O.? "People have listened to a lot of the commentaries throughout a lot of the media outlets, mainly ESPN, that has my character in question as far as things that have happened in the past," Owens told a Nashville radio station. "I may do 99 good things right, and if I do one thing wrong, ESPN and the people on there ... make it out to be the worst thing ever. I think with the years that I've had, the last three to four years, I feel like I've tried to turn over a new leaf. But still, they won't let go of what I did in the past."

It's hard to let go, knowing the monster could lash out at any time. If there's a chance the tandem could work, it's because Ochocinco is the more lighthearted guy. Still, both want the ball, both want the camera and both want to be The Man. Our prayers go out to Palmer and Lewis, who have to play ego cop.

Never has a team dared to have two diva receivers on the same roster. It's an amazing species, the problem-child wide receiver, in that another emerges every few seasons with the same knack for controversy. Taking lessons from Owens is rookie Dez Bryant, who has courted his share of controversy since his Oklahoma State days. He seemingly had dumped his baggage by becoming the first No. 1 draft pick to sign a contract while showing a great attitude in his opening workouts with the Dallas Cowboys. But Bryant blew it the other day by refusing to follow football tradition and carry the shoulder pads of Roy Williams, the veteran receiver he's trying to beat out for a starting position.

When every Hall of Famer has paid his dues as a rookie, who is Dez Bryant to shun a ritual? "I'm not doing it. I feel like I was drafted to play football, not to carry another player's pads,'' he explained the day it happened. "If I was a free agent, it would still be the same thing. I just feel like I'm here to play football. I'm here to try to help win a championship, not carry someone's pads. I'm saying that out of no disrespect to [anyone]."
Both want the ball, both want the camera and both want to be The Man. Our prayers go out to Palmer and Lewis, who have to play ego cop.

Said Williams: "Everybody has to go through it. I had to go through it. No matter if you're a No. 1 pick or the 7,000th pick, you've still got to do something when you're a rookie. I carried pads. I paid for dinners. I paid for lunches. I did everything I was supposed to do, because I didn't want to be that guy."

Bryant is That Guy, creating negative headlines for a franchise that is trying to reach a Super Bowl being played in its hometown and doesn't need another year of non-stop soap operas. After some time to think, he said Tuesday that he wasn't aware of the rookie rituals. "I didn't know nothing about no tradition," Bryant said. "The only thing about me ... when I try to do something right, y'all try and turn it negative and I don't feel like that's right. I'm trying my best to do the right thing but it seems like I can't do the right thing because every little thing that I do y'all watching it and try to make a big deal out of it."

Yep, blame the media. That's what T.O. does. That's what Dez does. Of Williams, Bryant now says, "I told Roy this: he could have walked in with his tights on. I would have took his shoulder pads, his pants, his helmet, his socks, his shoes. I would have took everything. But you know what, that's not even an issue."

If Bryant performs well, keeps making his spectacular catches and helps the Cowboys advance far in the playoffs, all will be forgotten. Miles Austin is a terrific receiver who catches the ball ... and, apparently, Kim Kardashian. Jason Witten is an elite tight end. The running game is excellent. Romo is primed to have his finest season and went so far to tell Cowboys fans at a training-camp kickoff function. "We'll see you at the Super Bowl in Dallas.'' But it would be nice to have a second wideout better than Williams. "I bought a Ford F-250 2011. Everybody loves a new car, but I also have a 2004 Navigator that's still running," Williams said of the rampant Dez love.

In the end, he shook off the episode, surely with prodding from owner Jerry Jones and coach Wade Phillips. "If he doesn't want to take the pads, he doesn't have to take the pads," Williams said. "It's not a big deal. We'll just move on. We talked about it. He wants to concentrate on football. We're going to let him concentrate on football.''

Said Phillips, who somehow is still the head coach of this potential NFC force: "I don't believe that you need to initiate anybody. They need to come out and play football and be a part of the team. It's really a non-issue. It's not a problem for either of them or our football team. I'd like to cut it off now and say we're not going to talk about it, but that's not the case for the Dallas Cowboys."

Such is the power and the tragicomedy of the diva receiver. The Cincinnati Bengals now have the two of the biggest and loudest of the species.

Heaven help them.

Disney to sell Miramax for more than $660 million

LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK (Reuters) – Walt Disney Co has struck a deal to sell Miramax, the studio behind such films as "Trainspotting" and "No Country for Old Men," for more than $660 million to a group that includes construction magnate Ron Tutor and investment firm Colony Capital LLC.

The deal marks the culmination of a drawn-out sale that attracted star-studded bidders, including the Weinstein brothers, who founded the studio.

The new owners will focus on maximizing the value of Miramax's library, a source familiar with the situation said. No production operations exist at this time and there are no current production plans, the source said.

The sale underscores Disney's plans to focus its film resources on bigger film properties such as "Pirates of the Caribbean" and exploit them across various platforms.

The sale to the group Filmyard Holdings, which comprises Tutor, Colony Capital and other partners, includes rights in more than 700 Miramax movie titles, including Academy Award winners such as "Chicago" and "Shakespeare in Love," Disney said.

Tutor and Colony declined comment on details of the deal or future plans.

The purchase price is about four times Miramax's cashflow, and about half the purchase price is covered by receivables, the source said.

Disney bought Miramax 17 years ago for $80 million.


While Miramax has continued to pump out critically acclaimed films such as "Doubt," it has not made big commercial hits like "Pulp Fiction" and "Chicago" for some time.

With its family-friendly focus, Disney viewed Miramax's edgy mix of films as a poor fit.

"Although we are very proud of Miramax's many accomplishments, our current strategy for Walt Disney Studios is to focus on the development of great motion pictures under the Disney, Pixar and Marvel brands," Disney Chief Executive Officer Robert Iger said in a statement.

"It turns the page on Disney's foray into non-Disney branded films and completes their focus on franchise properties," said Gabelli & Co analyst Chris Marangi. "They're also finding promising areas of growth in new media, especially in areas where they can monetize Disney properties."

"They are harvesting something mature and using the cash to invest in a more emerging growth space," said RBC Capital Markets analyst David Bank.

Revelations that Disney was floating a sale of Miramax first surfaced in January. Tutor, CEO of construction giant Tutor-Saliba Corp, entered into exclusive negotiations in early June.

Los-Angeles-based Colony was founded by Thomas J. Barrack, Jr., chairman and CEO, in 1991. Since then, it has invested $45 billion in over 12,000 assets, according to its website.

Colony has links with a number of celebrities. It co-owns the late Michael Jackson's Neverland estate in California, and it formed a partnership with photographer Annie Leibovitz to recapitalize some of her debts.

Many entities were linked to talks on a Miramax purchase, including billionaire investor Ron Burkle and movie studios Summit Entertainment and Lions Gate Entertainment.

The Miramax sale is expected to close between September 10 and year-end, Disney said.

Shares of Disney were down 7 cents to $33.64 in afternoon trade on the New York Stock Exchange. The stock has risen about 5.5 percent this year.

(Additional reporting by Jennifer Saba in New York and Sakthi Prasad in Bangalore, Franklin Paul in New York; Editing by David Holmes, Will Waterman and Lisa Von Ahn)

How beaches looked 100 years ago

Some of these photos are over a hundred years old. No bikinis , scooters , etc. But it seems that people had quite a lot of different entertainment and without it.

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Ellen DeGeneres Quits 'American Idol'


Jennifer Lopez rumored to join the show; Kara DioGuardi reportedly fired in major judge shakeup

By Daniel Kreps

After only one season on American Idol, Ellen DeGeneres has announced she is leaving her judging job on the Fox reality show because the role wasn't the "right fit" for her. "Dim the lights... I've voted myself off American Idol," the talk-show host wrote on Twitter last night. DeGeneres was recruited to fill the gap left by Paula Abdul, who didn't renew her contract after Season Eight. DeGeneres' announcement, along with the departure of founding judge Simon Cowell, leaves producers with the task of revamping and revitalizing the slumping show's talent lineup before the start of Season 10.

An industry source told People that Jennifer Lopez — who has performed on Idol and served as a guest mentor — will step in to replace Ellen as a judge. Both TMZ and Gossip Cop are reporting that Idol producers have also extended an offer to Aerosmith's Steven Tyler to join the show as a judge and current judge Kara DioGuardi is being forced off the show. Fox would not comment on the reports, but an announcement regarding the show's Season 10 roster is expected to be made next Monday, August 2nd, at Fox's annual Television Critics Tour.

"A couple months ago, I let Fox and the American Idol producers know that this didn't feel like the right fit for me," DeGeneres said in a statement, adding that her busy schedule became "more than I bargained for." She reportedly had signed a five-year, multi-million-dollar contract for the Idol gig in addition to her day job as host of The Ellen DeGeneres Show. "I also realized this season that while I love discovering, supporting and nurturing young talent, it was hard for me to judge people and sometimes hurt their feelings." DeGeneres, who has no musical background, came under fire last season for her fluffy critiques that rarely included sharp analysis of the singers' vocal performances. She also reportedly clashed with the show's harshest critic, Cowell, behind the scenes. "As I got to know Ellen, I grew to really, really like her," Cowell told the Hollywood Reporter last night. "I have huge respect for her because she's always been in control of her own destiny." Host Ryan Seacrest tweeted, "I will miss her on 'Idol.' She's one of the kindest and most talented people in Hollywood!"

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As Rolling Stone previously reported, Nigel Lythgoe, one of Idol's original producers, is expected to return to the show for its tenth season (he left to start up and judge So You Think You Can Dance). Should Lythgoe take over the show, he's promised to restock the judges' table and return to a three-judge format. DioGuardi joined the show for Season Eight, when the show expanded to include four judges. Viewers have said they find the extra critique superfluous and time-consuming, and while DioGuardi wasn't a fan favorite on her debut season, she settled in to her new job during Season Nine.

Chris Isaak, Harry Connick, Jr., and Jessica Simpson are all rumored to be in the running to replace Cowell on American Idol, which suffered a dip in ratings for the first time this past season. Reps for Justin Timberlake and Elton John have denied their clients are considering the judge's job; previously, personalities as diverse as Howard Stern and Perez Hilton were floated as possible Cowell replacements. Idol will face additional competition from Cowell's own American version of The X Factor, which debuts in the fall of 2011.

Arnold Schwarzenegger and George Bush Go Sledding


Arnold and George HW Bush Snow Sledding

And yes, it’s very, very real: 1991 - US President George Bush takes a toboggan ride with Austrian actor Arnold Schwarzenegger at Camp David..

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HoodieBuddie is a hoodie with earbuds instead of strings

by Devin Coldewey

Well, it’s not going to win the Nobel Prize, but this little invention is one of those few that makes you think “wait, how come I didn’t think of that?” I mean, who uses those little strings anyway? Lots of people just take ‘em out. They’re vestigial, is what they are. Why not let the hoodie evolve? And a few whiteboard sketches later, there’s the HoodieBuddie. Get it, because of the earbuds?

In the front right pocket, you’ve got your 3.5mm jack, which runs inside the hoodie up to the little earbud-things. Brilliant!

The good news: it’s machine-washable, so no need to worry about taking the tech out if you spill coffee on yourself.

The bad news: people will think you are insane, because you have your hoodie strings plugged into your ears.

The other good news: they’re only going to cost $44 — just slightly more than your average hoodie. They’ll be available starting July 1st at

Hottest Beach VolleyBall Babes

Originating in Southern California and Hawaii, sand volleyball – as well as regular Volleyball – is really fun and it’s a great way to exercise your body too. Even some countries without traditional beaches – like Switzerland for example – have adopted the idea as well. It’s really become worldwide popular.

OK, what the hell am I doing here? Of course it’s become worldwide popular, goddamn it, look at these babes, for crying out loud! I’m not really sure how some people actually look at this from a sporting perspective…I obviously couldn’t attend any of these events in person, since I’d prolly be arrested for trying to hump any of these fine athletes.

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