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Archive for August 10th, 2006

There are tons of internet resources that can give you a quality education every day, this is a great list from 5 Reviews entitled, Five Killer Education Resource, Traditional College is Doomed


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The YouTubulation continues today with an excellent rendition of Rocket Man by William Shatner, all I can say is, no wonder this guy has a roast on Comedy Central on August 20th.

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At work today, Dave introduced me to a series proposed for SPIKE TV that has a few clips up on YouTube. This clip is definately the funniest, and an excellent representation of modern advertising,

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The iTalk isn’t real… (or is it), but this commercial is put together beautifully (with Zero 7 playing in the background) and the iTalk looking amazing you have to see it.

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Sure, its kind of old news on the Connecticut race, but its still a funny segment.

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Just in case you ever wondered if America is the only country that has pop music idols under the age of 18, here is your answer. Zanger Bob. The European wonder that is sweeping across the EU as we speak.

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Will Harry Potter Die?

Both Stephen King and John Irving agree, “Don’t Kill Harry Potter“. The only statement Rowling has made on the issue is that she will be fair to the character, which is no guarantee for Harry’s survival.

Rowling also went on to state, “Some people will hate the ending, some people will love it.”

Her statement makes sense. The hardest part of being an author is endings. How do you wrap up an epic loved by millions (if not billions) of people that is several thousand pages long? But one thing is for sure,  Rowling will be judged forever upon how she ends the story of Harry Potter.

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Snape was quoted as saying,
“Yeah, I didn’t know that I would kill
Dumbledore after the first book either”

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