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Who is Steve Jobs?

Steven Paul Jobs (born February 24, 1955) is the co-founder and CEO of Apple and was the CEO of Pixar until its acquisition by Disney.He is currently the largest shareholder at Disney and, as a result, a member of Disney's Board of Directors. He is considered to be a leading figure in both the computer and entertainment industries.Jobs' history in business has contributed greatly to the mythos of the quirky, individualistic Silicon Valley entrepreneur, emphasizing the importance of design while understanding the crucial role aesthetics play in public appeal. His work driving forward the development of products that are both functional and elegant has earned him a devoted cult following.

Together with Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, Jobs helped popularize the concept of the personal computer in the late '70s. In the early '80s, still at Apple, Jobs was among the first to see the commercial potential of the mouse-driven GUI. After being pushed aside in 1985 by Apple's board of directors, Jobs founded NeXT, a computer platform development company specializing in the higher education and business markets. NeXT's subsequent 1997 buyout by Apple brought Jobs back to the company he co-founded, and he has served as its chief executive officer since his return.

Me : Congratulations Steve! You've been nominated as one of my leading role model. Thank you for the wonderful creation of iPhone. Now, I'm obsess and I'm banging my balls to earn extra to buy it next coming year. So Steve, tell me, how do you feel being nominated? Excited? Overwhelmed? Do share with me.

Steve : Who the FUCK are you anyway?

Me : .........

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Foo Fighters - Skin and Bones (Live in LA)

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Features the expanded eight-piece lineup of Foo Fighters including Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Nate Mendel, and Chris Shiflett augmented by guest players Petra Haden (violin), Rami Jaffee (keyboards), Drew Hester (percussion) and former Foo Fighter Pat Smear (guitar).

The DVD starts off with the intro where Dave is playing the guitar walking around backstage. Funny part is when he arrived in a catering room, while his family was enjoying the free food, Dave said "they are here for the catering, they don't enjoy my music". Next scene is showing the bands playing "Skin and Bones" on a boat. Right after, the show begins.

Foo Fighters deliver several really great songs during the concert including stripped down versions of "My Hero", "Times Like These", and "Big Me". Dave sings his heart out on a solo version of "Best of You". The DVD also features 21 tracks to the live CD’s 15 tracks.

In between songs, Grohl jokes with the audience about the differences between this acoustic show and their normal rock concerts – where he said he spends his time running around screaming. He also shares stories of his days with Nirvana, jokes with the other musicians, and plays up the how the fans always cheer for Hawkins.

Although some of the acoustic versions of the songs don’t quite work on the audio CD, every song is gold on the concert DVD – probably due to the increased audience presence and the ability to see the band’s interaction during the songs.

The only real downside to the concert DVD is the lack of any special features. It would have been nice to have some interviews with the band about the experience and why they wanted to go the acoustic route (although Grohl does explain some of that during the concert). The DVD does include a “select song” option that allows you to skip to your favorite tunes, but I would suggest watching the concert from beginning to end.
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While waiting for the mega-huge files to load during work, sketched out this fella and decided to vectorize it for fun...

(this might take some time to load, sorry)

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Introducing, iPhone!

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iPhone combines three products — a revolutionary mobile phone, a widescreen iPod with touch controls, and a breakthrough Internet communications device with desktop-class email, web browsing, maps, and searching — into one small and lightweight handheld device. iPhone also introduces an entirely new user interface based on a large multi-touch display and pioneering new software, letting you control everything with just your fingers. So it ushers in an era of software power and sophistication never before seen in a mobile device, completely redefining what you can do on a mobile phone.

Fucking sweet! Check it out! iPhone
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Confession Of Pain

"Confession Of Pain lacks the thrill-ride factor and the breathless pacing of Infernal Affairs. Although all the stylistic trademarks from that earlier film are there in the opening moments, the intrigue and suspense are not. Sure, it’s a far more psychologically intricate film than Infernal Affairs, and has great performances from both its leads, but the uneven pacing bogs the film down and the suspense waxes and wanes. While at times, the directors seem to aspire to the cat-and-mouse tension of Infernal Affairs, the result is less exhilarating and not as fun."

What is wrong with the Hong Kong movies these days. Sad.
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The Texas Chainsaw Massacre The Beginning

Psychopaths, cannibalism, terror, gory and fucking bloody. The leatherface is back. If you are into these kind of movies, you gotta watch this. As the title says, the beginning.. the origin. The beginning of the massacre and the born of a monster. Not bad and recommended.
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From the writer of Amores Perros, Guillermo Arriaga.
A great movie! If you like "Crash", I bet this won't dissapoint you either.

"The film looks at relationships, from husband/wife, parent/children, brother/sister and plays around the themes of love in adversity. The characters are all interlinked in a very random way, it's a little like 10 degrees of separation. The film is set in Morocco, Mexico, Japan and the US, and the director makes full use of the different backdrops to bring the picture alive. The characters are deep and insightful, each has a problem to face up to and the subtle, naturalistic way their issues play out make for truly emotional cinema. This is not a film about heroes, it's a film about trying to make the right choices when your back is to the wall, and the doubts that go with this."
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