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  1. sweet sweet Destani, is a friend, a sister & one of my favorite artists. That intro just made me feel like I am coming out of the Destani closet for the first time or entering Destani rehab, where the first sign of healing is admitting that there is a problem- LOL! Well there is a problem if you do not know who Destiny Wolf is because her spirit is truly healing with a voice that she manipulates in the strumming of her instrument to evoke a self contained full musical experience that you would like to hear Again & Again! The magical voice of Destiny when it evolves into the band that accompanies her deep, sweet raspy soul filled sound is extremely outstanding!
  2. We wouldn’t be surprised by a spike in hand-sanitizer sales over the weekend, considering how many folks saw “Contagion.” Filmmaker Stephen Soderbergh’s procedural thriller ? in this area a pandemic spread through doorknobs, Blackberries and handshakes ? was the #1 movie at the box office, with an estimated $23.1 million introduction. “Contagion” ? which stars a remarkable digit of Academy Award nominees and winners ? Matt Damon, Gwyneth Paltrow, Kate Winslet, Marion Cotillard, John Hawkes, Elliott Gould, Jude Law and Laurence Fishburne ? has been a hit with critics, with 82 percent of them reviewing the film favorably, according to Rotten Tomatoes. “Warrior” also boasted 82 percent on the Tomatometer at press time but was only able to muster a paltry $5.6 million in its introduction, landing the mixed-martial arts drama at #3 on the box-office chart. By evaluation, “The Fighter” (which critics also loved) took in $12.1 million in its 2010 introduction.
  3. Starting a few years ago, people started taking a clip from Downfall where Hitler goes on a rampage, and adding fake English subtitles to produce parodies on various subjects. Some were very funny and hundreds of different ones were made. Some were even made about how many parodies there were. The German studio, Constantin, did some DCMA takedowns on many of these videos. So I made, with considerable effort, my own video, which depicted Hitler as a producer at Constantin Films. He hears about all the videos and orders DMCA takdowns. His lawyers (generals) have to explain why you can’t just do that, and he gets angry
  4. good classical driving piece is still full of power even when you’ve skinned off the top of the music — when you’ve compressed the hell out of it. It’s probably already pretty fortè. It’s oozing rhythm. It’s got so much drive it’d be out cruising the streets if it wasn’t already in your car.
  5. Significantly, the global use of Internet Explorer dropped below 50 per cent in September, to 49.87 per cent, which is 8.5 per cent down on September 2009. More worryingly for Bill and the gang, the usage figure is over 17 per cent down on September 2008. And whilst Microsoft still holds the largest market share by a wide margin (Firefox sits in second place with 31.5 per cent), Google is clearly the form player, with a usage that has almost tripled within a year and gone from just over 1 per cent in September 2008 to almost 12 per cent last month.
  6. Ya’ll may know Kelli as the girl from Bravo’s hit reality show, NYC Prep, but that’s not all New York’s latest “it” girl has to offer. Kelli just wrapped her video shoot in Brooklyn for her latest single, “Gave Up On Love“. The single hit #4 on BillBoard’s Breakout Hot Dance Club chart a mere 10 days after its release… ‘cuz you know, it’s that awesome. Take a listen to “Gave Up On Love” after the jump! It’s pretty certain Kelli is not just another reality TV star, but very much a badass pop star on the rise. We’ll keep you posted and let you know when the official music video hits… I’m sure it will be just as fierce and fabulous as the song! Don’t forget to follow Kelli on Twitter and fan her on Facebook! And, of course, you can download “Gave Up On Love” on iTunes now! Enjoy!
  7. Heap played music from an early age, becoming classically trained in several instruments including piano, cello and clarinet. She attended Friends School, a private, Quaker-run boarding school in Saffron Walden. Heap's mother (an art therapist) and her father (a construction rock retailer) separated when she was twelve. By age thirteen, she had begun writing songs. Heap did not get along well with the music teacher at her boarding school, so she principally taught herself sequencing, music engineering, sampling and production (on Atari computers). She also taught herself to play the guitar and drums, and subsequently two percussion/idiophone instruments, the array mbira and the Hang.[5] After school, she went on to study at the BRIT School for Performing Arts & Technology in Croydon, South London.
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