Comprar lasix en valencia sin receta - lasix sevilla sin receta.

Epic Vid of the Week is a weekly series that showcases an awesome video that we or our readers discover. Some you may have seen before and others you may have not. If you’ve discovered any videos that might be worthy of an Epic Vid of the Week title, let us know!

What happens when you take a few students, a ton of free time, an intimidating amount of beer and put them all together in an apartment with an Internet connection and a video camera? A unique musical number wrapped in 24-karat YouTube gold.

Post to Twitter Post to Digg Post to Facebook

In the unlikely event that Facebook isn’t good enough at eating all of your free time, Warner Bros. has announced plans to offer a movie rental system through the massively popular social networking site.

How will it work? After you “Like” the movie’s page, you can then purchase a 48-hour rental of the movie for 30 Facebook credits (equivalent to $3). The system went live this week with the first title being The Dark Knight. Warner promises many more titles for rental and purchase through Facebook soon.

via [Game Informer]

Post to Twitter Post to Digg Post to Facebook

Epic Vid of the Week is a weekly series that showcases an awesome video that we or our readers discover. Some you may have seen before and others you may have not. If you’ve discovered any videos that might be worthy of an Epic Vid of the Week title, let us know!

Thanks to the wonder of the Internet, many of us have had the pleasure of watching live-streams of NASA’s space shuttles launching, some of which even follow the action into space and allow us to watch the astronauts doing astronaut things. In space. This week’s video gives you a whole new perspective of a shuttle launch.

Post to Twitter Post to Digg Post to Facebook

DefendTheHouse Announces Myth Madness 2011

Video-making team DefendTheHouse posted a new video detailing their special plans for the month of March. Each day in the month of March, the team will release a new “Black Ops Mythbusters” video testing a new myth. Now’s the time to subscribe to their YouTube channel if you want to catch all 31 videos over the next month. Check out their announcement video after the break.

Continue Reading »

Post to Twitter Post to Digg Post to Facebook

Black Ops Mythbusters: Episode 5

Continuing our duty of telling you about new episodes in this awesome and informative internet mini-series, we are compelled to let you know that episode 5 of “Black Ops Mythbusters” from Defend The House has been uploaded. Check it out after the break.

Continue Reading »

Post to Twitter Post to Digg Post to Facebook

Opera Announces Opera 11.10 Barracuda

Opera announced today a new version of their browser dubbed “Barracuda.” The company says that this is the first time they’ve given their browser a code name and they said that future versions will also have code names as well. Unfortunately, all they showed off was this mediocre logo of Barracuda that you see above, but Opera says that the first snapshot build will be available “in the near future, and the full feature set will be revealed some time after that.” Also, they mentioned that “another popular Opera feature will be taken to the next level.”

[Opera Blog]

Post to Twitter Post to Digg Post to Facebook

Epic Vid of the Week is a weekly series that showcases an awesome video that we or our readers discover. Some you may have seen before and others you may have not. If you’ve discovered any videos that might be worthy of an Epic Vid of the Week title, let us know!

This short, 4-minute film consists of an old chapel located in Poland. The videographer uses HDR to spice it up a bit (okay…a lot!), and we have to say it makes it look like it came straight out of a video game. You’ll want to be sure to skip to around 1:27 where the jaw-dropping actually begins.

Post to Twitter Post to Digg Post to Facebook

Sure, you might have had a few friends over to watch the big game and while you were probably chitting and chatting about all those hilarious (or not) commercials, Jason Chen from Gizmodo makes a good point that the real party was happening on Twitter.

“But when I caught up with everyone on Twitter? Holy shit, America was throwing a rager and everyone was invited. It’s the freaking Super Bowl! The streets were talking. Sports fans waxing poetry about Aaron Rodger’s spiral. Non sports fan dreaming of eating popcorn like A-Rod. Girls complaining when Roethlisberger was shown on screen. Guys wiping off their drool from Kim Kardashian. Everybody had something to add to the game.”

It’s true, and even if you’re not a sports fan, Twitter was an amazing place to hang out during Super Bowl Sunday, especially during that uh-mazing halftime show.

[Gizmodo]

Post to Twitter Post to Digg Post to Facebook

The Super Bowl ain’t just about football, folks. It’s also about the commercials, and we saw one from Chevrolet that shows off their new Cruze with the ability to read back Facebook status updates to the driver. That’s all they showed in the thirty-second clip, but we’re guessing you can also update your Facebook status through the system as well. Seems cool, but will Chevy Cruze users really be that addicted to Facebook for the need to check their status updates while driving? It’s very possible, and I guess in this case, seeing if your first date went well is worth the feature. Check out the commercial after the break.

Continue Reading »

Post to Twitter Post to Digg Post to Facebook

According to NetMarketshare.com, Google Chrome has hit a 10% browser market share for the first time ever. Of course, this is at the expense of Firefox and Internet Explorer, which both took a slight hit. They are now at 22.75% and 56.00%, respectively. Safari has been ever so slightly increasing over the past year to gain 6.30% and Opera is keeping a steady share at 2.28%.

via [Maximum PC]

Post to Twitter Post to Digg Post to Facebook

Page 112345
Back to Top