Thursday, July 19, 2012


"Kilian Martin is the skater I’ve been waiting for – Forover twenty years.
Hailing from Madrid, Spain, Kilian has gathered up his influences and inspirations, and then taking from the best of them – Unchained himself from tradition and any social justification – Completely reinterpreting skateboarding on his own terms.More so than method, Kilian trusts in himself – His body, his spirit and his skateboard are one."
Mike Vallely

Directed, filmed and edited by Brett Novak
Music by Adventures In Your Own Backyard

Friday, July 13, 2012


On July the 18th Santeria Milano will bring you 'Analog vs Digital', a show offered from, a collective of young artists, questioning and pushing the feeble boundaries between art and music. A display of visual and audio perfomances for humans and beyond, questioning the endless contrast between analog and digital, on the tomorrows that will never arrive and the future that could still happen. The sounds of genomes, an animated castle, the robots and other interactive objects will throw you into an imaginary future created from the collective, everything cradled from the live sounds and the analog synths from Rondam.

And here's a little extra from the magic recipient: the sound of the future extracted in the form of an mpfree. Handle with care.

Wednesday, July 11, 2012


From the sloppyness of Mtv reality shows to Soulja Boy's label SODMG, with some good work ethic Houston's rapper Riff Raff could probably have become a pro baller, but he choosed to be into dirty south hip hop instead.
Is this for real or just a viral phenomenon? Only time will tell.

Monday, July 9, 2012


It's so sad that the discovery of the Higgs boson, one of the biggest leap forward for science in the last one hundred years, has been just an usual line among breaking news. If nobody thinks that is something to discuss about, we do. Let them talk about Paris Hilton starting her dj career.

The Higgs boson is one of the final puzzle pieces required for a complete understanding of the standard model of physics—the so-far successful theory that explains how fundamental particles interact with the elementary forces of nature.
The so-called God particle was proposed in the 1960s by Peter Higgs to explain why some particles, such as quarks—building blocks of protons, among other things—and electrons have mass, while others, such as the light-carrying photon particle, do not.

Higgs's idea was that the universe is bathed in an invisible field similar to a magnetic field. Every particle feels this field—now known as the Higgs field—but to varying degrees.
If a particle can move through this field with little or no interaction, there will be no drag, and that particle will have little or no mass. Alternatively, if a particle interacts significantly with the Higgs field, it will have a higher mass.
The idea of the Higgs field requires the acceptance of a related particle: the Higgs boson.

According to the standard model, if the Higgs field didn't exist, the universe would be a very different place, said SLAC's Peskin, who isn't involved in the LHC experiments. "It would be very difficult to form atoms," Peskin said. "So our orderly world, where matter is made of atoms, and electrons form chemical bonds—we wouldn't have that if we did not have the Higgs field."
In other words: no galaxies, no stars, no planets, no life on Earth.
And no fucking Paris Hilton djing.

Tuesday, July 3, 2012


In today’s paralegal community, new issues and concerns regarding criminal justice are always appearing. Right now, one of the key reasons for American citizens serving jail time has to do with laws and regulations surrounding the use and possession of marijuana.
It may be legal in 16 states, but in the other 32, it’s putting people in jail every day. As a result, jails are overflowing, the money allocated for those serving time is rising, and yet illegal marijuana use remains as prevalent as ever.
As the economy flounders and tries to stabilize itself, it’s important to consider the social, judicial, and economic ramifications of legalizing marijuana. Legalizing marijuana would turn one of the nation’s largest cash crops into something marketable, taxable, and regulated. If considering all this on a global scale, the numers just gets humongous.

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Sunday, July 1, 2012


The Miami Heat have won this year's NBA title, so we feel it's time to Celebrate one of America's most disliked and influential athletes: they called him Akron Hammer, L-Train, The Choosen One, and even King. All we know is that his name is Lebron James, and he's the most dominant basketball player of the last years.
Let's go way back to the days of Akron afros and high school dunks. The long road to that ring proves that even those destined for greatness have to earn it.

At the conclusion of the season, James was named league MVP for the third time, finishing with averages of 27.1 points, 7.9 rebounds, 6.2 assists, and 1.9 steals per game on 53 percent shooting. In the playoffs game 4 agaist Indiana, James turned in one of the best all-around performances of his career, registering 40 points, 18 rebounds, and 9 assists in a winning effort on the road.
In the "do or die" game 5 in the Finals, James registered his only triple-double of the season with 26 points, 11 rebounds, and 13 assists as Miami defeated Oklahoma City for their second ever championship and James' first championship. He was named the Finals MVP with averages of 28.6 points, 10.2 rebounds, and 7.4 assists per game. His postseason totals were 30.3 points, 9.7 rebounds, and 5.6 assists per game.