all the other mobile lawsuits, visually
Who is suing who in the mobile industry.
Glif - iPhone 4 Tripod Mount & Stand by Dan Provost
Pretty neat gadget. Will be useful when I get my new iPhone G4. Still a concept, but why not get on with it?
Glif is a simple iPhone 4 accessory with two primary functions: mounting your iPhone to a standard tripod, and acting as a kickstand to prop your iPhone up at an angle. From these two functions emerge numerous uses: hands-free FaceTiming, watching videos, making movies, using your iPhone as an alarm clock, and many others.
Group Unveils Subway Poster Campaign To Fight Homophobia
In the wake of the several teen suicides, a local group has launched a campaign against homophobia.</p>
10:10 No Pressure - Cut Carbon Emission Video
This is an ad that was supposed to make people be aware of the climate change and to take action about it.
The 10:10 campaign group self destructs with this violent and supposedly amusing video. They pulled the video after realising what a mistake it was...
New York to replace 250,000 street signs
Today's keyword: Clearview.
New York officials said it will cost about $27.5 million to replace all of the city's street signs to conform to national standards.
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Empire State Building : Official lighting schedule
|10/25/2010 - 10/27/2010||White/White/White||ESB Lighting|
|10/24/2010||Purple/Purple/White||Alzheimer's Association, 2010 Memory Walk|
|10/22/2010 - 10/23/2010||Red/Red/Red||Scholastic, 90th Anniversary Celebration and "Read Every Day. Lead a Better Life." Campaign|
|10/21/2010||Yellow/Yellow/Yellow||The Afterschool Alliance, Lights on Afterschool|
|10/12/2010 - 10/20/2010||White/White/White||ESB Lighting|
|10/08/2010 - 10/10/2010||Orange/Yellow/Red||Publicolor, 15th Anniversary of Publicolor Day|
|10/04/2010 - 10/07/2010||White/White/White||ESB Lighting|
|10/02/2010 - 10/03/2010||Pink/Pink/White||National Football League, A Crucial Catch for Breast Cancer Awareness|
|09/30/2010 - 10/01/2010||Pink/Pink/White||The Est�e Lauder Companies' Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign and Global Landmark Illumination Initiative|
Also, its history.
1932: The first light to shine atop the Empire State Building (November, 1932) was a searchlight beacon which told people for 50 miles that Franklin D. Roosevelt has been elected president of the United States.
1976: Colored lighting was first introduced by Douglas Leigh. The tower was lit in red, white and blue in celebration of the American Bicentennial.