Tuesday, May 31, 2011
So it looks like new Malaysian Playboy Bunny, Felixia Yeap will not be stripping for photography after all. Damn it! Why not?!!! I thought "Malaysia Boleh". Oh well, but that doesn't prevent us from admiring these 5 hot pics of her.
Felixia, I know you already said you are not going to do nudity but I seriously think you should reconsider. LOL! Anyway for those of you who don't know, Felixia was born in Kuala Lumpur and raised in Ipoh. She used to be a kindergarten teacher. Yes, kindergarten teacher! How come my kindergarten teachers don't look like her?
Once you're done ogling at her pics, go and say hi to Felixia on Facebook and give her some love. Who knows, if you're lucky, she will teach you some ABCs and 123s. Ahem.
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why local TV is dead: "As a person commissioning programmes to certain production houses, I find that many of them overwork and underpay their staff even though they’re getting huge budgets. Many of the owners of such places play a dirty game of squeezing everyone they hire."
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writes his own Transformers 3 screenplay, takes out his Transformers toys and acts out the script: "Megatron sees this as his opportunity to strike Prime while he’s down. Ratchet bravely stands between them, but is knocked away by Megatron, trying to get to his prize. Just as Megatron is about to deliver the killing blow, he’s stopped by Grimlock."
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Star Wars-themed wedding with a R2-D2 projector acting as ring bearer, a Jabba the Hutt wedding cake, a guard of honour featuring the 501st legion and guests dressed up in Star Wars costumes. Awesome wedding Nadia and Dale, and congrats!
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wedding rings made from a Leica lens for their wedding. Tokyo Camera Style writes: "His band is the focusing ring while hers is the aperture ring. The jeweler included a hand made miniature Leica M3 body to complete the set."
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cats in Star Wars helmets by Katie Cook is really cute. Katie has done licensed work for DC, Marvel, Star Wars, Heroes, Lord of the Rings and more. Besides drawing, she has a weird obsession with toy collecting and robots. Read her weekly webcomic Gronk, A Monster's Story.
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Will Schofield is a rabid book collector, graphic design enthusiast, and amateur historian of forgotten art and literature. He writes: "Some Japanese design and illustration nuggets excavated from my ramshackle book collection." Pictured here is a 1969-70 poster for a children's science exhibition in the Tobu department store by Susumu Eguchi.
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Textify visualizes images using text. Lots of text. Just drag and drop images on to the page to start. Works only on Chrome and Firefox 4. This is a Textified picture of me and Adam Lambert when he was in Singapore. Original picture here.
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Sonar, a new iPhone app that shows how you are connected to the people around you by analyzing your Foursquare, Facebook and Twitter networks. It lets you take your online identity offline and meet real people in real life. Now I can message people or the cute chick in the room easily with a simple click. Ahem.
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resurrected as a social entertainment website. You can export and save your Friendster personal data to your hard drive with the Friendster Exporter app. Hurry! You have till midnight today.
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Pokemon drawn as Japanese monsters and demons on a traditional scroll. Did you know that the concept of Pokemon stems from the hobby of insect collecting? It is a popular pastime enjoyed by Pokemon creator Satoshi Tajiri-Oniwa when he was a child.
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Dot is a 360º (panoramic) lens attachment and app for the iPhone 4. It lets your iPhone capture immersive, fully navigable, panoramic video in real-time. From the makers of Lucy, the world's most advanced panoramic video camera.
(Thanks James H)
(Thanks James H)
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Angry Birds birthday cupcakes to celebrate her friends' May birthdays. She writes: "So I've been wanting to make Angry Birds theme cupcakes, and so this was finally my chance to do so! All the decorations are made out of fondant except for the birds' eyebrows and feathers, that was made of black licorice wheel candy."
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Saturday, May 28, 2011
Decepticon diorama featuring all the Transformers bad guys, Megatron, Soundwave, Starscream, Reflector, Rumble, Frenzy, Ravage and Laserbeak, complete with glowing Energon cubes! The close-ups are awesome.
(via Transformers Live)
(via Transformers Live)
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Ponies The Anthology, an epic My Little Pony fan video. He writes: "Eight skilled editors (including myself), almost two months of near-constant editing and coordinating, 24 minutes in length, 74 different shorts, hundreds of ponies, ONE EPIC MUSIC VIDEO!!!"
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T-65 X-wing fighter derby car with a spinning R2D2 droid for the 2011 Nazareth Adult Soapbox Derby. He says: "The entire car cost under about $75. There were 7 pieces to the car that were assembled at the race site: 4 turrets, 2 wings, and one car body." I want one!
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iSketches are drawn on location using an iPhone application called Brushes. No photo references, no tablets, no brushes to wash, just his finger on the tiny touch screen. Jorge's cover illustration for the June 1, 2009 issue of The New Yorker was the first one created on an iPhone for a major magazine.
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Make your Franklin wants you to re-create a symbol of modern society, the US $100 banknote: "There are no rules. Be inventive, rebuild the banknote. Graphist, Illustrators, Directors, whoever you are you can participate."
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Lady Gaga makes her first appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman. I've always thought that Lady Gaga is one strange lady but after watching her on David Letterman, I'm beginning to like her more and more. She's crazy! I like. Damn, what is it with me and crazy girls?
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turn the Big Mac combo into a five-star meal. They are not allowed to use extra ingredients, only oil and water. Father-and-son team Raj and Aravind Kozhikott wanted their creation to reflect their restaurant’s Indian cuisine, the samosa! They diced the meat and wrapped it in two rolled-out-and-fried burger buns.
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document the best pair of sneakers worn by Jerry on the show. In episode 10, 11 and 12, Jerry can be seen wearing the 1991 Nike Air Trainer SC High White/Royal Blue.
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Dance-Off with the Star Wars Stars 2011 features a dance battle between Darth Vader and Chewbacca. Darth Vader rocked out to Metallica's Enter Sandman while Chewbacca danced to Welcome to the Jungle by my favourite band Guns N' Roses! Who won? Watch the full show here.
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Pinch of Yum, food should be delicious, cooking should be fun, and people should feel good about what they eat. I agree! The food blog has several tasty recipes such as these cute little nuggets of fried goodness are bursting with flavor, an Indian street food called Aloo Tikki. I wanna try making them.
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reconstructs a host of music’s finest album covers using only Lego. This is his recreation of the album Dynasty by the iconic American hard rock band formed in 1973, Kiss!
(Thanks Sir Thomas)
(Thanks Sir Thomas)
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Space Invader Chair is a prototype chair for kids and parents based on the original Space Invaders arcade game from the 1970s. Designed by award winning UK group of designers, Dorothy, the chair is made of compact foam and comes in various colours.
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Star Wars posters: "A collection of the beloved original Star Wars film posters I've done for my personal enjoyment." I love his Princess Leia themed posters!
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Wednesday, May 25, 2011
The internet phenomenon of planking is the act of lying face down with arms to the sides of the body, in unusual public spaces and photographing it. It originally became popular in Australia and has since become a global trend, even right here in Singapore as you can tell from these pictures of awesome Singaporeans taking part in planking.
According to planking rules, you must always lay face down, ensuring your face remains expressionless for the duration of the plank. Your legs must remain straight, and together with toes pointed. Your arms must be placed by your side, held straight and fingers pointed.
Pictures taken from Planking Singapore Facebook page.
In the latest episode of Fan Zone, fans filmed Katy Perry performing a cover of Rebecca Black's Friday! Fan Zone is R3LOAD Network's new web show by the fans and for the fans. Watch other episodes here: Fan Zone: Avril Lavigne, Fan Zone: Maroon 5, Fan Zone: Justin Bieber.
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Monday, May 23, 2011
365 Days of Astronomy, a project that publishes one astronomy podcast per day, 5 to 10 minutes in duration, for all 365 days in a year since 2009. The project was started as part of the International Year of Astronomy 2009. Very informative and a must listen for astronomy and science geeks like me.
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Beer: A Genuine Collection of Cans is a new photography-driven book from Chronicle Books which beautifully showcases nearly 500 cans from over sixty years and thirty countries ranging from the iconic to the obscure to the downright bizarre. You can view 163 images of the beer cans taken during a test shoot for the book in this Flickr photoset. Oh man, I need a beer now.
iPad Flexible Arm is a godsend! The made in Japan product makes it easier for owners to use their iPads both in a vertical and horizontal position while lying in bed. This is just what I need! Handsfree baby! Handsfree! Also works with non iPad tablets not thicker than 18mm.
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Lil’ Star Wars doodles. It's like the Muppet Babies of Star Wars characters. Very cute! He says: "Here’s all the Lil’ Star Wars characters I’ve done so far. I’d like to get 100 done then maybe put them all onto a print or something. I dunno."
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front page news stories. Their parents better watch out. They are about to take over their jobs!
(Thanks JJ Michael)
(Thanks JJ Michael)
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Video Game Urinal. That's right, a urinal made entirely out of Super Nintendo video game cartridges! It flushes and functions like a regular urinal. All you need is roughly eight hours of your time, US$200-250 for the materials and lots of video game cartridges.
(via Boing Boing)
(via Boing Boing)
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Sesame Street characters as zombies. This is his Zombie Ernie! He writes: "He has my favorite hair of all the Zombies. The idea was inspired by a dog that I remember seeing from my trip to Hong Kong when I was 9. It was an alley dog."
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Doodle Everyday is a personal project of Lim Heng Swee where he draws a doodle a day. Heng Swee aka ilovedoodle is an illustrator and visual artist living and working in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He says, "I love doodling, this is why all these started. Thru illustrations and designs, I hope I’ll be able to doodle a smile on people’s face."
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1968 Playboy Bunny Manual answers many questions that new Playboy Bunnies may have concerning their new responsibilities.
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Friday, May 20, 2011
Beawiharta was one of the passengers on a Cathay Pacific flight from Singapore to Jakarta. When the plane had a big problem in midair, Beawiharta took out his camera and started to take pictures inside the cabin. He writes: "I was not afraid to die because we would all die together. I started to adjust my camera, which was hanging around my neck."
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Leafsnap is a free iPhone app that helps to identify tree species from photographs of their leaves. It currently includes the trees of New York City and Washington DC and will soon cover the trees of the entire continental United States. The app also contains beautiful high-resolution images of the tree's flowers, fruit, petiole, seeds and bark.
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