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Archive: January, 2006
Son of Man stuns Sundance
SA The Good News: “Accolades are pouring in for Son of Man, a new South African film that sets the life of Jesus Christ in contemporary Africa, after its world premier at the Sundance Film Festival in the US state of Utah on Sunday”… more
Black Jesus film aims to start talk
CNN.com: “Billed as the world’s first black Jesus movie, ‘Son of Man’ portrays Christ as a modern African revolutionary and aims to shatter the Western image of a placid savior with fair hair and blue eyes.
The South African film, which premieres on Sunday at the Sundance festival in Utah, transports the life and death of Christ from first century Palestine to a contemporary African state racked by war and poverty”… more
First SA film for Sundance
SouthAfrica.info: “Andile Kosi plays Jesus, who is born in the state of Judea in southern Africa, where violence and poverty are rife. As civil war breaks out, Jesus demands that his followers foreswear warfare and follow a life of peace”… more
Sundance: Film info
My ex-boss at Designate Advertising – David Bee – has always created front-end designs that are simply inspirational to me. They aren’t only exquisite to look at but a lot of strategy goes into the site usability tailored specifically for the target audience as well. I was lucky enough to work under him for so many years and to have learnt an infinite amount of valuable skills and techniques that put me well on my way to run my own successful business.
His latest group of designs are for the South West Wales Tourism Partnership and were produced by the team at Designate.
- Wild West Wales
www.aswildasyouwantit.com offers activity breaks
- One Big Garden
www.onebiggarden.co.uk features all things green
- Inspirational South West Wales
www.inspirationalwales.com highlights cultural offerings such as food and drink, literature and entertainment.
The last two even have unique designs every time the season changes. Check them out and explore what Wales has to offer. Wales is breathtakingly beautiful with holidays and adventures for everyone.
A fantastic job all round Designate!
Research to be published this week in a leading academic journal “Evolution and Human Behaviour” confirms what many female comics – and funny women – have long suspected: men are frightened by their brand of humour. While men might chuckle at the odd gag, when it comes to finding a long-term companion they do not want a partner who will fire a stream of witty repartee at them. And this is according to the study carried out by academics at some of the world’s top universities. “Men see being funny as a male thing,” explained Dr Rod Martin, who led the project.
If you’re interested, there’s more…
The Independent: Russia has staked out plans to recapture its Soviet-era space-race glory and start mining the Moon for a promising energy resource that scientists say could meet the Earth’s power needs for more than a thousand years.
Nikolai Sevastyanov, head of Russia’s giant Energia Space Corporation, has unveiled plans to build a permanent base on the Moon within a decade and to start mining the planet for helium 3, a sought-after isotope, by 2020.
Guardian Unlimited: “Stonehenge may be vital for national security but, as a world heritage site, it is a national disgrace. Consultants have made millions but achieved nothing in 20 years.
I have attended many Stonehenge consultations. They are raving madhouses. The sanest people present are the pendragons, druids, warlocks, Harry Potters, sons of the sun and daughters of the moon. They have a clear use for the stones and speak English. Weirdness sets in with Wiltshire county councillors, health-and-safety officers and archaeologists, all of whom think the stones are theirs as of right. But for total extragalactic dottiness, nothing tops the Ministry of Defence. It moves only in twos, each official with a soldier doppelganger at his side.” ~ Simon Jenkins
BBC News:“No amount of coaxing can make him leave his tree house,” says a local resident. Even during a devastating cyclone in 1999 when winds of 300 km/h destroyed large parts of Orissa and killed thousands, Kapila continued to live in the forest.
mimobots are little friendly data fiends! Feed the 2″ monsters all your essential data (tunes, pics, presentations, videos, etc.) and transport your files wherever you go. mimobots are what happens when designer toys meet USB flash drives – a marriage of art and technology.
Listen to the full CD soundrack from the movie as a streaming mp3 off winamp.com. You’ll need the free winamp player if you don’t have it already.
“L.A.’s Crystal Method have been referred to as America’s answer to the Chemical Brothers. A dance-based electronic duo with a definite rock band feel, the comparison would seem appropriate, although it tends to erase what makes the group distinct: a solid base in American hip-hop, rock, soul, and pop.”
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