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Over the course of the first 40 years of the modern Olympic Games, at least 150 medals were awarded to participants in the categories/competitions of sculptures, painting, literature, music, and (yes) architecture. After he resurrected the modern games after the demise of the original Olympic games and establishing the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Baron Pierre de Coubertin opined and strongly supported the stance that art be an important part of the competition. To be in medal contention however, every submission in those varied artistic field were REQUIRED to be sports-related.Continue reading “Wait, Architecture Was Once A Competition in the OLYMPICS?!?”
Jumping off from that quote below the trailer video, does anyone remember that while David Arquette was promoting his 2000 movie “Ready to Rumble,” he won the WCW World Heavyweight Championship in a storyline stunt both he and fans of professional wrestling despised? Yup, you probably do and Pepperidge Farms DEFINATELY does, but let’s not focus on that for now… Let’s fast-forward to 2018 — … Continue reading Watch “You Cannot Kill David Arquette”!
Who betta than AC Slater himself to portray the legendary chef, Colonel Harland Sanders, in a Lifetime holiday movie? I’m almost completely certain that that’s a question I never thought I would ever have to ask… So hear’s the gist, coming straight from b Lifetime’s YouTube channel: As the holidays draw near, a young heiress contends with the affections of a suitor handpicked by her … Continue reading Praise KFC & Watch the Trailer to “A Recipe for Seduction”, premiering December 13th on Lifetime
Arcade1Up strikes again with another excellent addition to their line-up of 75%-scale arcade units for those of use who: 1) have great memories of going to and playing games at arcades, 2) want an arcade cabinet — or “cab”, if you’re nasty — at home that wont take up too much space and require little upkeep and 3) want to relive those cruising’ across the … Continue reading Presenting Arcade1Up’s Outrun Arcade Cabinet!
LET THE INVASION BEGIN!! Yesterday, Microsoft Teams was released in a public preview phase to the Linux operating system via native Linux packages in two formats: .deb and .rpm. The app doesn’t differ in the looks department compared to it Windows and macOS brethren, and the goal of this release to for Microsoft to further push Teams as a bridge for the implementation of other Office apps (i.e. Word, et al) and teamwork that supports the mixed environments that are reliant on the Linux platform. But let’s be real here: Microsoft is releasing Teams on Linux to go after Slack on another front.Continue reading “You’re Not Seeing Things; Microsoft Brings 1st Office App to Linux”
While the Microsoft Seeing AI has proven to be successful for assisting the blind by describing objects and text, the only issue has been that it’s only been available in English, so you’re crap-outta-luck if that’s not your first language. Thankfully, Microsoft recently updated the free (and currently) iOS-only app with five additional languages that it can support: Dutch, French, German, Japanese and Spanish. This means that Seeing can now process and describe things like signs or the facial expressions of other people to help the blind use the proper words in their (at least from the current six) home languages.Continue reading “Microsoft’s Seeing AI App adds Five More Languages to Assist the Blind”
Should you happen to be in the Cincinnati area this coming Friday, November 29th and wish to take a break from (or completely avoid) the Black Friday rush, locals Jim Swill and Ben Brown will be presenting a free (yes, I said FREE) joint show at Bunk Spot Gallery, titled “Total Facade”, focusing on deteriorating and damaged buildings. Continue reading “Cincinnati’s Bunk Spot Gallery is Showcasing Disheveled, Deteriorating Architecture…”
Now that former WWE stars Jox Moxley (f.k.a. Dean Ambrose) and KENTA (f.k.a. Hideo Itami) are competing in New Japan G1 Classic Tournament, another former WWE star seems to also have been stung by NJPW tourney fever. TJP (f.k.a. TJ Perkins; man, there’s a ton of “f.k.a.” so far) will take part in this year’s New Japan Pro Wrestling Super J-Cup tournament.Continue reading “Ex-WWE Star TJP to Compete in New Japan’s Super J-Cup Tournament (UPDATE: Full Bracket Revealed!)”