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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Nicolas Jaar LIVE at Bar 25

Nicolas Jaar rocking an intro to his set like you never seen before:

Nicolas Jaar LIVE at Bar 25 from NICO JAAR on Vimeo.

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Claude VonStroke drops Justin Martin & Ardalan's Mr. Spock at Movement 2010

Let me properly introduce you to Dirty Bird:


Dirty Birdy is ill. No, it's Gorilla!

Justin Martin & Ardalan - Mr. Spock!

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

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Thursday, July 22, 2010

Soul Clap @ Get Lost WMC 2010

Tuesday, July 13, 2010


Old footage but better than what you see today. I really didn't get the end. It's standard procedure to put handcuffs on a corpse in order to confirm if there is a threat or not. Did anyone see the cop roll Oscar Grant over like a rug? Clearly Grant wasn't a threat so why is he dead now and the cop that killed him is free on time served the day of his verdict? How is this "justice" for the Grant family?

I’m not sure if this is “justice” for the Grant family. They really went out their way to give him the least sentence. Maybe I will check past sentencing and average.

I recently heard the excuse of black people should participate more on juries (Us against them mentality reinforced within our society) and I agree. But what is wrong with the supposedly other diasporas in this country?

If the shoe was on the other foot, how would they feel? How would individuals in their family feel? The truth is that they will never where anyone else’s shoes. Man! That’s why we couldn’t get that good ‘ole American justice that we here about and give abroad. This is the United States we live in. Fair people.

Wow. Outnumbered. Sure if you include the people watching and shouting for the police to let Grant and his friends go. Mind you, they were suspected of fighting, not caught or seen. Those cops were just walking around talking on there walking talkies (Suspect they were covering their buts messing up the 911). No one shot back after the officer’s gun went a blaz’n!

Another black male killed but this time laying down face down with his hands behind his back. Possibly handcuffed!

Tuesday, June 08, 2010

iPhone 4 Glitched on Steve Jobs…LIVE!

...and I am sure the audience in attendance still believes that Apple produce rock solid products that "just works." Oh wait, they do as long as you can blame it on the other guy --- AT&T

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Sunday, May 30, 2010


Gang Starr feat. Nice & Smooth - DWYCK

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Google Now Activating 100,000 Android Devices A Day — 50,000 Android Apps


Today at Google I/O Vic Gundotra made a big revelation. Last year, Google was activating 30,000 Android phones a day. The past February, that number jumped to 60,000. Today, Google is now activating over 100,000 Android phones a day.

Android was the second best-selling smartphone this quarter, Gundotra says. They are only behind RIM — and yes, ahead of that other rival.


Read more: TechCrunch

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Friday, May 14, 2010

Google Mistakenly Gets Wireless Data from Unprotected Access Points

Okay, if you did not enable wireless security on your network, STOP! Proceed to enable your wireless security on your access point unless you want to put your network at risk.

Google Inc said its fleet of cars responsible for photographing streets around the world have for several years accidentally collected personal information that consumers send over wireless networks.

The company said on Friday that it is currently in touch with regulators in several countries, including the United States, Germany, France, Brazil and Hong Kong, about how to dispose of the data, which Google said it never used.

"It's now clear that we have been mistakenly collecting samples of payload data from open (i.e. non-password-protected) WiFi networks," Google Senior VP of Engineering and Research Alan Eustace said in a post on Google's official blog on Friday.

"As soon as we became aware of this problem, we grounded our Street View cars and segregated the data on our network, which we then disconnected to make it inaccessible," Eustace said.


Reuters | US Edition

(Reporting by Alexei Oreskovic, editing by Leslie Gevirtz)

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