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While I was doing some search on sound FX I found this really useful website” FindSounds“. It’s a specialized search service for sounds only. You should really try it out to know what I am really talking about.

Specialized search services save plenty of time and give more accurate results of what you really looking fort. This business model is now shaping the future of search services.

Each item or concept on the web has a specific requirements or characters that we can use for a faster and more direct search results. Such as this search service, where you can search by sound format, channel, resolution or sample rate. These specifications are not available on any general search service.

Regular search services became more and more contaminated with millions and millions of data that are increasing day b day. You need to search the search results to find out what you exactly need. This is why the need of more specialized search services take became a necessity.

Now you can find search sites only for blogs, images, or e-books. You can build a whole search service on one concept. Such as building a search site only for jocks, travel, food or anything that you feel it important to find.

Think of it… be the first one to do something and don’t forget my share ;)

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Think inside the box sign

November 17th, 2006

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I made this sign for all dear creative designers who pass by my office… If you would like to think with me… you should go inside the box with me, because am not going out of the box ;)

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Coming Soon!!

November 15th, 2006

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Very Funny Ads

November 14th, 2006

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Cool Banana Branding, simple layout but yet rich with graphics. Easy to navigate and cool animations. I f you have a good ADSL connection… You can spend some time and enjoy some really funny ads on veryfunnyads.com.

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Al Jazeera
تنطلق اليوم قناة الجزيرة الإنجليزية في أول بث لها. وبهذا تنضم القناة الإنجليزية إلى شبكة الجزيرة التي بدأت قبل عشر سنوات بقناة عربية استطاعت أن تغير الإعلام العربي في المنطقة. وسيصل بث القناة الجديدة إلى مليار وثمانين مليون مشاهد حول العالم.

إقرأ المزيد
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The European Film Festival

November 14th, 2006

The European Film Festival will feature couple of interesting European films everyday from the 15th till the 30th of November 2006 at 5:00 pm & 8:00 pm at Al-Hussein Cultural Center, Ras Al-Ain – Amman, Jordan. For more details pleas contact the Goethe-Institute Amman on: + 962 6 464 1993.

15-16/11/2006: Die fetten Jahre sind vorbei (Germany 2004).
16-17/11/2006: Villa Henriette (Austria 2004).
17-18/11/2006: Everybody Famous (Belgium 2000).
18-19/11/2006: Dark Blue World (Czech Republic 2001).
19-21/11/2006: Dog Nail Clipper (Finland 2004).
21-22/11/2006: Fauteuils d’orchestre (France 2005).
22-23/11/2006: Wallace & Gromit (England 2005).
23-24/11/2006: The Woman who missed home (Greece 2004).
24-25/11/2006: One Skirt and a Pair of Trousers (Hungary 2005).
25-26/11/2006: The Extra Man (Italy 2001).
26-27/11/2006: Shouf Shouf Habibi (Netherlands 2004).
27-28/11/2006: WARSAW (Poland 2000).
29-30/11/2006: MARTÍN (HACHE) (Spain 1997).
29-30/11/2006: Zozo (Sweden 2005).

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Cartoon | The big juicy ass

November 8th, 2006

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Prison Break

November 7th, 2006

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One of the most things that my hates, is when i bring a whole season for a TV show on DVDs. Why? Because I watch 3 to 4 episodes each night. Which means ignoring her all the night? But this time she became like me. Because this show is really amazing and the story is great. From the first monuments you will be stuck. And you will not be able to move your eye from screen. Even you might hold your piss for a long time.

Prison Break is one the rare shows that grabbed my heart. So I wanted to share this experience with you… this show will be also featured soon on mbc4. But I hate commercials and I would like to have more viewing control. So I prefer DVDs.

Read this summery

Prison Break centers on Lincoln Burrows (Dominic Purcell) who is on death row for a crime he did not commit. His brother Michael (Wentworth Miller) decides to get incarcerated in order to free his brother and prove his innocence. Michael aligns himself with other prisoners as well as his one and only outside ally, defense attorney and longtime friend Veronica Donovan, to prove Lincoln’s innocence.
Undoubtedly pitched to network executives as “24 Behind Bars,” the weekly, hour-long continuing drama Prison Break starred Wentworth Miller as structural engineer Michael Scofield, who when first seen by the audience was somewhat inexplicably in the process of committing a bank robbery — and then allowing himself to be arrested and convicted. Scofield was sentenced to five years at Fox River Penitentiary, where, by a stunning coincidence, his brother Lincoln Burrows (Dominic Purcell) was spending his last month on Death Row, awaiting execution for the murder of the brother of the U.S. vice president. Convinced that Lincoln was innocent and the victim of a government conspiracy, Scofield had purposely gotten himself incarcerated at Fox River for the express purpose of helping his brother escape — a task made slightly less formidable by the fact that Scofield had helped design the prison! Our hero’s meticulously worked out scheme depended upon the cooperation of several co-conspirators, among them Scofield’s likable cellmate Sucre (Amaury Nolasco); well-connected mobster (and fellow prisoner) Abruzzi (Peter Stormare); Charles Westmoreland (Muse Watson), who may or may have not really been the legendary hijacker D.B. Cooper; and sympathetic prison doctor Sara Tancredi (Sarah Wayne Callies), whose dad was the governor of Illinois. Meanwhile, Lincoln’s former girlfriend, lawyer Veronica Donovan (Robin Tunney), burned the midnight oil to figure out who would want to frame Lincoln and why; and Lincoln’s 15-year-old son LJ (Marshall Allman) desperately tried to make sense of the fact that both his dad and his favorite uncle were now beyond his reach (temporarily, anyway). Others in the cast included Stacey Keach as Warden Pope, Robert Knepper as fearsome white-supremacist convict T-Bag, and Wade Williams as highly suspicious senior correctional officer Bellick. Merrily playing fast and loose with such intangibles as logic and common sense, Prison Break was given a major publicity blitz before its Fox network debut on August 29, 2005.
Hal Erickson,
All Movie Guide

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It is so ironic to see two brothers from the same blood have two different and extreme opinions about Saddam. Some people still believe that Saddam is a hero and other believes he is murderer. Lots of people do not like Saddam, but they are so angry that he is being prosecuted in a court under American occupation. While others do not care as long as Saddam takes what they think he deserves.

Iraqi people are the most ones who are confused among us. Imagine your president who ruled your country even before you were born is being prosecuted now… some how it’s hard to believe.

Saddam did not show any value to the final sentence. In fact he is hoping to be considered now a martyr and a war hero who stood against the American-Israeli aggression on Iraq. More than that, he was concerned more about the American losses in Iraq as some kind of a message to the Iraqi people or maybe to open a hope door for him.

From a media perspective, the sentence revived the story around the prosecution and brought back the buzz around it after a time were it became pale and neglected. The changing of judges and the fights became used scenes and did not bring viewers rates back on track. From the begging, Bush administration tried to brand this trial as the trial of the century, simply because it is going to be archived in history as their victory in Iraq. And the success of this trial is the sign of their victory.

The sentence came after a bloody month for the U.S. army in Iraq since 2004. The numbers of lost in U.S. solders are increasing. And the fact that voices against war are increasing in America, puts Bush administration in a sensitive position, especially after few days from the elections.

This is why am not that surprised when I read about Saddam reaction to death sentence and why did he convert the subject into American losses. But the question is… does Saddam still have hidden cards on this game, or the game almost near the end?

History is no longer the same.

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