Chasm

Chasm

SSX Tricky - PS2

SSX Tricky - PS2

A must have. As in SSX of any edition is a must have for any real gamer. Game play is fantastic. Arial visuals will drop your jaw. At ten bones this game is a HUGE bargain. Grab this or SSX 3 and give it a run on your PS2 or Xbox. If you are lucky and have a Wii, you can always grab the latest version of this franchise for that. Tricky however, is the only one that comes with Run DMC's famous Tricky jam to accompany your triple flip reverse out of the half pipe, over the chasm of death, into a perfect landing. Seriously, get this one and you will not be disappointed.

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  • The film "Sleepwalking Through The Mekong " not only chronicles the journey taken by Los Angeles based Khmer rock band Dengue Fever (www.myspace.com/denguefevermusic) to lead singer Chhom Nimol’s native Cambodia during the 2005 Wa... The film "Sleepwalking Through The Mekong " not only chronicles the journey taken by Los Angeles based Khmer rock band Dengue Fever (www.myspace.com/denguefevermusic) to lead singer Chhom Nimol’s native Cambodia during the 2005 Water Festival. But also answers a question I've longed to find an answer to, what is this music, where is it from, and how come I have only hear of it recently? The band’s performances there marked the first time a Western band had performed classic 1960s and ‘70s Cambodian rock ‘n’ roll in the country where it was created and nearly erased from existence by the brutal Pol Pot regime. More than a rockumentary, the film serves up a portrait of modern Cambodia as the band tours through Phnom Penh and beyond, crossing a great cultural chasm with the same spirit of Cambodia’s original rock pioneers. DVD bonus material includes a biography of the band Dengue Fever, live performance segments, comments from director John Pirozzi, segments on the Cambodian Water Festival, the traditional Cambodian Coconut Dance and Cambodia’s Master Musicians. The accompanying CD soundtrack includes classic tracks from Cambodian artists Ros Serey Sothea, Sinn Sisamouth and Meas Samoun, as well as original material created by Cambodian master musicians Tep Mary and Kong Nai with Dengue Fever, and previously unreleased Dengue Fever instrumental tracks “March of The Balloon Animals” and “Phnom Chisor Serenade”.

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  • This is a REALLY good movie...... one problem. Its depressing. And I don't mean make you cry depressing. I mean existential, sleep for 24 hours, apathetic depression. With that said I highly recommend you watch this film immediate... This is a REALLY good movie...... one problem. Its depressing. And I don't mean make you cry depressing. I mean existential, sleep for 24 hours, apathetic depression. With that said I highly recommend you watch this film immediately after something really, really great happens. That way when you crash you won't fall into the deepest chasm of despair. You'll merely just tumble down a slightly steep hill. Enjoy.

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  • This is true high-tech, customizable, multi-sensory entertainment. Scheduled to open in spring 2009, Hollywood Rip, Ride, Rockit will stake its claim as the most technologically advanced roller coaster in the world. The Universal ... This is true high-tech, customizable, multi-sensory entertainment. Scheduled to open in spring 2009, Hollywood Rip, Ride, Rockit will stake its claim as the most technologically advanced roller coaster in the world. The Universal Creative team is combining audio and special effects engineering, sophisticated on- and off-board video and one-of-a-kind guest personalization to create a roller coaster experience unlike any other. Pretty cool stuff- you pick the tune and it tapes you on the ride for your own music video. You'll even get to swoop over the heads of the CityWalk people..... Different elements include the Doubletake (The non-inverting loop), Treble Clef (an ascending high G helix into a Hi Hat stall and vertical dive), Jump Cut (spiraling negative-G camelback), Crowd Surfer (overbanked curve crowd fly-by), Drop Tuning (sideways drop into chasm), Plot Twist (sideways loop) and Chorus (high speed ground maneuvers). ______________________________________________ ORLANDO, FL (March 19, 2008) – Adrenaline pumping and music thumping, you find yourself heading straight toward the sky. Suddenly, you are doing 65 mph, 17 stories over Universal Studios. Gasping with excitement, you rock out to a song you picked before strapping in. And, it’s all on video. Once the adventure is over, you edit the video to send to your friends. This is true high-tech, customizable, multi-sensory entertainment. Scheduled to open in spring 2009, Hollywood Rip, Ride, Rockit will stake its claim as the most technologically advanced roller coaster in the world. The Universal Creative team is combining audio and special effects engineering, sophisticated on- and off-board video and one-of-a-kind guest personalization to create a roller coaster experience unlike any other. “This is the perfect intersection of the digital age and theme park entertainment,” said Mark Woodbury, President of Creative for Universal Parks & Resorts. “Hollywood Rip, Ride, Rockit blends roller coaster intensity and guest interaction in a way where no two experiences will be the same.” Hollywood Rip, Ride, Rockit touts six near-miss moments and first-ever thrills including a record-breaking loop. Ride vehicles feature the brightest and most innovative color changing LEDs in the world. High-energy visual displays fill the queue line. With up to four ride vehicles on the tracks at any given time, and with concert lighting and special effects mixed in, Hollywood Rip, Ride, Rockit will be a true high-intensity, multi-sensory experience that is unmatched. Guests can customize their ride experience by choosing what song will play while they’re on the roller coaster. LED boards in the queue lines will display song options from five genres (classic rock, rap, country, pop and disco). Once on-board, guests can choose their song or let the coaster’s digital sound system choose for them. When the ride is over, guests will be able to customize footage from their experience and compile it into a take-home music video. Hollywood Rip, Ride, Rockit will be located near the Jimmy Neutron attraction traveling the southern perimeter of the Universal Studios theme park, over to the CityWalk lagoon and back.

  • Anyone interested in entrepreneurism or in understanding the pains of technology adoption needs to read and keep this book as a reference. In it, Moore explains the different adoption demographics - innovators, early adopters, ear... Anyone interested in entrepreneurism or in understanding the pains of technology adoption needs to read and keep this book as a reference. In it, Moore explains the different adoption demographics - innovators, early adopters, early majority, late majority, and laggards - and distinct marketing strategies needed to successfully cross the "chasm" and gain momentum with the consumer mainstream when marketing disruptive tech products.

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