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Question by Angelz: What songs will prepare me for a Flaming Lips concert?
I’ve learned from experience that concerts are a lot more fun if you know the songs the band is playing. Anyone who has been to a few Flaming Lips concerts, which songs do they usually play?
Answer by Punch
you’ll have a wonderful time!!
here is a recent set list from a April show
1.In Excelsior Vaginalistic
4.Silver Trembling Hands
5.She Don’t Use Jelly
6.The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song (With All Your Power)
7.Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots, Pt. 1
8.See the Leaves
10.The Ego’s Last Stand
11.Pompeii Am Götterdämmerung
12.What Is the Light?
14.Sleeping on the Roof
15.Race for the Prize
16.Do You Realize??
What do you think? Answer below!
Samsung ’ s Galaxy S IV hasn ’ t even been exposed yet and information of an additional top-tier Samsung smartphone is currently threatening to take a few of its limelight. The Korea Times stated earlier today that the Korean electronics titan is busy dealing with a Galaxy Note phablet followup with a 5.9-inch show behind closed doors.
If the Korea Times ’ report is true then Samsung is taking a more measured strategy to how it scales up smartphone screen sizes — as PocketNow mentions this is (luckily?) a hair smaller sized than what some earlier reports suggested, because for a while there it looked like Samsung was considering projecting a phablet with a 6.3-inch screen. The Times ’ source likewise kept in mind that the Note III would sport an eight-core Exynos processor, a not-so-subtle reference to Samsung ’ s Exynos 5 Octa chipset.
Samsung isn ’ t the first to push up against that 6-inch barrier, and they ’ ll hardly be the last. Chinese OEM Huawei blew past it earlier this year when it unveiled the hefty Ascend Mate and its 6.1-inch display at CES, and ZTE exposed its 5.7-inch Grand Memo during Mobile World Congress. For much better or worse, the plus-sized phone trend doesn ’ t seem to be going anywhere.
In the previous I ’ ve asked how big is too huge for these kinds of phablets, however recalling that ’ s kind of a selective concern. The word “ phablet ” doesn ’ t have a generally accepted definition (it ’ s normally just made use of to describe huge honking phones) — maybe the better concern is at what point are gadgets like the Note and Grand Memo more tablet than phone?
For what it ’ s worth, Samsung and rivals like Huawei and Asus appear keen on making that kind of difference a meaningless one. The Korea Times report comes just days after Samsung pulled back the drape on its Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet in Barcelona during Mobile World Congress — it ’ s the business ’ s smallest Note tablet to date and some variations of the device include the capability to make voice calls. Asus (maybe scooped in a fit of wordplay-induced whimsy) also flaunted its 7-inch FonePad tablet at MWC, and acclaimed its capacity to put voice calls virtually as much as its affordable cost.
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The Division of Homeland Security is encouraging residents to be prepared for a zombie outbreak, not since they think there’s going to be one, however since they think the preparations you ‘d make for zombies are comparable to those you would certainly produce a natural disaster or terrorist attack, and it’s just a lot more interesting to stock up pretending the undead are coming.
” The zombies are coming!” the Homeland Protection Division states.
Tongue solidly in cheek, the government urged residents Thursday to prepare for a zombie apocalypse, part of a public wellness campaign to urge better preparation for legitimate disasters and emergencies. The idea: If you’re prepared for a zombie attack, the same preparations will certainly assist throughout a typhoon, pandemic, earthquake or terrorist attack.
I imply, sure, in IDEA it appears like a decent plan, until you really see the preparations I made. “Let’s see right here– no food and water, no spare garments or medical supplies, 2 shotguns, an assault rifle and a shit-ton of ammunition.” F \*\*\* yeah, LET’S DO THIS SOME THINGS.
Thanks to hamburglar, who will take cheeseburgers too, so do not think those are safe.
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The Justice Division suggested corporate when it indicted Apple and 5 some other publishers of price-rigging e-books, and are officially taking Cupertino and 2 publishers to court. In a hearing on Friday, Judge Denise Cote set a bench testing for June 3, 2012, placing Apple, Macmillan and Penguin Group on the defense. The federal government’s allegations focus mainly on agency prices, which sees booksellers taking a 30 percent cut of each sale in lieu of buying the books at wholesale and setting their own rates. Apple and Macmillan have currently refuted the Justice Division’s claims, of course– however that had not been on the stand, was it?
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You know what? 2011 has been a long year. With only a few more weeks to go until we ring in 2012, why not treat yourself to something
nice completely ridiculous to finish out the year in style?
According to Kotaku, Razer’s high-end Blade gaming laptop will be going up for pre-order in the next few days, and should be hitting doorsteps by Christmas.
If you haven’t yet heard of the Blade (or if you’re suffering from a sticker shock-induced bout of amnesia), it’s a powerhouse of a gaming rig crammed into an aluminum body that’s less than an inch thick. It’s certainly no slouch when it comes to specs: it sports 2.8 Ghz Intel Core i7, 8GB of RAM, a 2 GB NVIDIA GeForce GT 555M video card, and an 17-inch LED-backlit display. Oh, and who could forget the 10 context-sensitive touch keys to the right of the keyboard, which change depending on the game currently being played?
In fact, the Blade has only gotten better since last we saw it. Thanks to a considerable amount of media love for the gaming notebook, Razer President Min-Liang Tan says that the company has been able to renegotiate component prices and swapped the 320GB HDD for a 256GB solid-state drive without further inflating the price tag. Is that going to be enough to sway potential buyers? Probably not, but if you have $ 2,800 to burn, I can think of worse things to blow it on.
Apple is secretly providing A5 powered iPhone 4S models to developers placed at high-level iOS gaming companies for testing advanced graphics, performance and super capabilities available in A5-chip, as reported by 9to5Mac. They already have select developers working on versions of their iPhone applications that take full advantage of the next-generation iPhone’s speedier and much [...]
Not quite sure where to go when the zombies attack? Dutch designer Joep van Lieshout has just the thing for you: the Vostok Cabin. Built out of welded together plates from dead ships, what the Vostok Cabin lacks in comfort, it makes up for it security.
The cabin is somewhat portable (however I suspect you might need a crane to move it), but is quite minimalist. The only creature comforts you get are a stove, toilet, lights, and a couple of benches to sit on. No doubt you’d want to stock your Vostok Cabin with food and other items, but the designer has gone as basic as possible for the art show. If fact, if you want to see the future of zombie defense, it’s on display in Paris, at the Cite de la Science. Maybe we’ll see one of these show up in the Walking Dead.
[via Gadget Lab]
Tips to prepare for Earl
“Despite forecasts predicting Hurricane Earl will be more of a threat to our neighbors in coastal areas, there is always a possibility that we will feel some of the residual affects right here in Montclair,” said John Kocotos, emergency operations director at the Montclair-Glen Ridge-Nutley Red Cross. “Earl could be the cause of flooding and high winds far inland even if the storm does not make …
Don’t look now, but things may be getting real on the pay-with-your-cell-phone front, as Cupertino’s hired a man with years of experience in enabling just that to finally get ‘er done. According to his LinkedIn profile, Benjamin Vigier is Apple’s new Product Manager of Mobile Commerce, immediately following his handiwork on PayPal Mobile, Sprint MyMoneyManager and the iPhone-based Starbucks Card. Before that, he spent two years heading SanDisk’s mobile commerce and near-field communication efforts and over a year doing NFC for Bouygues Telecom, so it’s not much of a stretch to imagine the futuristic concert tickets depicted in Apple’s recent patent applications might become reality before long. Either that, or he’ll wind up on a completely unrelated project, only to leave under mysterious circumstances later on.
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