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There Are Unused Icons On Your Desktop

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"I Know, I Know... Shut-Up Already!!!"

Disable this critter once and for all by following these simple steps:

Right click on your 'Desktop'
Select 'Properties' from the list of options.
The 'Display Properties' window will pop up..

Click on the 'Desktop' tab.
Next click on the 'Customize Desktop' button.
Finally un-check the 'Run Desktop Cleaner every 60 days' box.
Click 'OK' to exit.

Source: http://TheDailyReviewer.com
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Astounding technology facts

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The world of digital technology is like a runaway freight train. It's huge and doesn't seem to be slowing down. You might not realize just how much it affects our lives. The facts in this video will give you an idea. Prepare to be amazed.

Found on http://www.tvkim.com

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Way Of The Mantis

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I wanted to be sure that we indeed have the ability to embed video content here. Witness this video.
So I just dashed off to archive.org and what I brought back was their featured animated short.
Way of the Mantis - Produced By Joseph Daniels and Jedidiah Mitchell.


Here is our thesis animation completed at RIT.
It is the story of an impetuous Chinese monk who finds he has a thing or two to learn from an unlikely source.
The animation is rendered in a brushpainted style reminiscient of old Te Wei films. Enjoy!



This movie is part of the collection:Animation Shorts

Producer: Joseph Daniels and Jedidiah Mitchell
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Keywords: praying; mantis; martial; arts; china; chinese; monk; brush; animation; patience
Contact Information:josephSdaniels@gmail.com http://artofjoe.blogspot.com http://mantisanimation.blogspot.com

Creative Commons license: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs

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