A friend is getting real serious about beer making. One of the items we had a hard time find was the ASCO SC8210 valves.
We found some on ebay for $30 each! A fantastic price.
A&R Worldwide is proud to present its 5th annual MUSEXPO Los Angeles the independent global music, media and technology focused conference at The London West Hollywood (former Bel Age), April 26th – April 29th, 2009.
Respected for uniting some of the most influential executives and crème de la crème of musical talent from around the world, MUSEXPO Los Angeles 2009 is a focused and intimate event with daily forums of high-level executive discussions and evening artist showcases on the legendary Sunset Strip.
In addition, MUSEXPO Los Angeles 2009 will present numerous networking sessions to allow attendees to fully capitalize on personal interaction and new opportunities with their executive peers from around the world.
We will deliver the focus, quality, and high standards experienced year after year…
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Think you can land a plane on the Hudson river?
Try out this game from TastyPlay.
Some of the links to play Hero on the Hudson – Hudson River Landing
Both engines are out. The plane is too low and too slow to make it to the airport. You have to make emergency landing in the river. The fate of passengets is in your hands!
How to play
Use Left and Right Arrow Keys to keep the plane level before it hits the water.
If rumors are true, it looks like both a Blackberry and iPhone competitor would be available and would run operating systems from Windows and Google’s Android.
The MePhone as it is rumored to be called could be available as soon as Sept 09.
Dell has been rumored to be working on a phone offering as far back as several years ago. Now the rumors are coming true.
We will follow the story and bring you updates as they become available.
giggle (www.giggle.com), has opened its first Los Angeles location in Pasadena.
The store is located at 517 S. Lake Ave.
The company also operates an e-tail and resource Web site at www.giggle.com/registry.aspx. Furniture, decor, bedding and blankets, feeding and nursing items, toys, clothing and books and music, are among the items offered.
Hours for the Pasadena giggle location are
10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday
11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.
For giggle store locations or to shop online, visit www.giggle.com or call 800.495.8577.
The Evolution of Entertainment Conference (e2) is a can’t miss event for all who are interested in or currently working in the field of entertainment or new media.
The e2 Conference is focused on the evolving changes that have made a tremendous impact on the business of entertainment. This event is an excellent educational and networking opportunity that will help industry newcomers and veterans alike understand the latest changes in the industry – as described by the decision makers themselves!
Registration for the e2 Event has been extended through Thursday, January 29 at noon!
Tickets will also be available at the door:
Conference Pass: $30.00
Student Rate (ID Required): $20.00
Also, please join us for the Mixer at the Galen Center’s Founder’s Room from 5 – 7pm.
Register at: https://e2conference.eventbrite.com/
The Evolution of Entertainment Conference (e2) is a one day event that will include an established and renowned keynote speaker, relevant and topical panel discussions from brilliant industry leaders, and audience interaction from you! This innovative and collaborative West Coast event is open to all entertainment industry professionals and graduate students.
This unique conference will cover some of the most pertinent and significant issues facing the business of entertainment landscape including:
– Marketing in the Digital Age
– Financing Entertainment Amidst the Credit Crunch
– Delivering Content through Non-Traditional Means
Panelists include industry decision-makers who are directing the next step in entertainment including:
– Geoff Ammer – Marvel Studios – Pres. WW Marketing
– Nancy Utley – Fox Searchlight – COO/ Head of Marketing
– Lewis Oberlander – Warner Bros – SVP Market Research
– Brett Dicker – Walt Disney Studios – EVP Marketing
– Jill Gwen – Fox Searchlight – EVP/CFO
– Ted MacKinney – Mosaic Entertainment – CFO
– Lee Rierson – Reveille – EVP
– Jim Wuthrich – Warner Bros – SVP, EST & Interactive Marketing
– Kelly Summers – Walt Disney Home Ent. – VP Digital Distribution
– Steve Rosenberg – Fox – SVP Media, Post Production & Tech Ops
Come join us for this first time event!
This event is hosted by the Business of Entertainment Association at the USC Marshall School of Business.
OK, so Microsoft has this new product called “Songsmith” where you’re supposed to sing into your mic and it makes music to go along with it. Sounds cool, right?
Except that it really sucks ass.
Someone got the bright idea of plugging classic hits into Songsmith. For the strong of stomach only.
If that hasn’t made you throw up yet, a Songsmith ad from the same marketing department that brought you the Seinfeld ads
Targus, the leading provider of mobile products, has opened an exclusive clearance warehouse on their site. Targus is the world’s best selling notebook carrying case brand and now they are offering a clearance store with items up to 50% off. Products in the clearance warehouse include messenger bags, mice, and travel cases. One of Targus’ amazing deals is for the Targus 15″ Radius Convertible Messenger/Backpack that retails for $99.99 and is now only $45.
A few people I know are running Outlook 2007 and having this same problem. Where for no apparent reason the data file becomes damaged. Outlook is able to repair, but their appears to be no really reason why the data file is becoming damaged, other than possibly leaving the program in memory or doing a shutdown without waiting for the program to completly shutting down. It doesn’t make any sense though.
There may be other reasons that are causing this.
I can tell you this: I had exactly the same problem as you described. On the internet I found a message about ‘plugins’. This triggered me to look in Outlook 2007 at Extra > Security Center (mine is in Dutch, so I’m not sure this is the correct translation). In the section ‘plugins’ (2nd option) I saw a plugin related to synchronisation with my Iphone. I already de-installed the I-tunes on my PC, but did not de-install the Apple Syncrhonisation software, which can be found in Start > Settings > Software. After removing this program the problem was completely gone! After two months of irritation I now work with great joy with Outlook again. Hope this will help you or anybody else!
A Superbowl ad that isn’t going to show