News Casting goes Funny Crazy

What News Anchors Do During Commercial Breaks w/sound

model falls and news anchor laugh their asses off

World most embarrasing moment

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Amazingly Clever Logos

January 17, 2011


A logo for Bison in the shape of a bison, pretty cool.


A logo for the CFO Cycling Team.


A logo for Ukraine’s Consumer Society and Citizen Networks.


“E” and “D”, and an electric plug at the same time, awesome.


Such a perfect logo for the Rehabilitation Hospital Corporation of America

Amazingly Clever Logos
Published on 4/14/2010


Typeface’s logo made of… well, typefaces.


If you look at it carefully, you’ll see Australia’s Map.

News : World’s largest Barbie store to open in Shanghai
Posted by sns in news

http://www.shoppingnsales.com/2009/03/09/news-worlds-largest-barbie-store-to-open-in-shanghai/comment-page-1/

Tens of thousands of Chinese fans are expected to turn out to welcome Barbara Millicent Roberts, or “Ba Bi Wa Wa” as she is known in the country.

After a number of delays, Barbie’s new 37,000 sq ft home will open just two days before her 50th birthday on March 9.

SNS Singapore has a 50th Barbie Anniversary Sale, catch it if you’re in Singapore this week!

The doll’s makers, Mattel, insist that the new store will capture the imagination not just of young girls, but of Chinese women of all ages with over 1,600 products for sale.

For younger girls, the store offers a catwalk on which they can model Barbie-esque clothes and a troupe of assistants to teach them how to sing and dance to the “Barbie Girl” song. Meanwhile, Richard Dickson, who has spearheaded the project for Mattel, said his favourite feature is the Pink Tunnel, a neon-lit escalator which hums with the pre-recorded sound of giggling girls.

“We’ve been working on this idea for three years, then we came to the decision that since it is a whole new concept, it should be happening in the most ‘future’ place in the world,” said Mr Dickson. “That’s why we have chosen Shanghai, the most modern and fashionable city,” he added.

For older women, Mattel has commissioned Vera Wang, the New York-based fashion designer, to come up with a £10,000 wedding dress. A line of clothing will also be on offer from Patricia Fields, the designer behind Sex and the City.

The store boasts a café with food designed by local celebrity chef David Laris, who admits that it was an “unlikely” partnership, as well as “The Pink Room”, a bar complete with karaoke, a DJ and pink martinis. “Barbies want to talk to Kens, you have to have a place for that,” said Hayes Zhou, the food manager at the store.

Visitors can also use a day spa, get their hair cut and their nails done, and shop for accessories and clothes modelled on Barbie’s fashion tastes.

The store promises a special treat for Chinese lovers on Valentine’s Day, with a themed evening.

Gene Murtha, Mattel’s vice-president for international business development explained that the company wanted to maximise its market potential on the mainland. “What we found in China which we didn’t find anywhere else is that other generations respond to [Barbie] as well. So there are essentially four generations of women compressed in who never had the chance to experience Barbie as they grew up.”

China is likely to be an enormous market for the doll, even with the £25 price tag of the Shanghai Barbie doll, an exclusive model that will only be available in the new store. The cost of the doll is an entire week’s salary for a factory worker.

Worldwide, sales of Barbies fell by 21 per cent in the last three months of 2008, as the brand was hit by the financial crisis. But the company is confident China will also prove a winner: “It’s a very large market growing rapidly and [sales of] premium branded toys basically tripled in the last three years,” said Bryan Stockton, president of Mattel International.

Source : Telegraph China.org

Hand Shake

October 15, 2010

Hand Shake

Recovering Changes From Microsoft Word
By J. D. BIERSDORFER
Published: October 6, 2010
Q. Microsoft Word sometimes crashes and I lose changes I just made to my file. What can I do?

A. To help prevent crashes, start by making sure you have installed all the available updates of Windows and Word on your computer.

Manually saving the file (the popular Control-S shortcut on Windows, or Command-S on the Mac version) is one way to retain more of your work. Although it does not replace manually saving the file at frequent intervals, recent versions of Microsoft Word include an AutoRecover function that can sometimes salvage a more recent version of a file after a crash.

To use the AutoRecover in Word 2010, go to the File menu and choose Options. On the left toolbar, click on Save. Make sure the checkbox is turned on next to “Save AutoRecover info every:” and then type the number of minutes between automatic saves of the file. The default is usually 10 minutes, but you can choose more frequent autosaves.

In Word 2007, you can get to the equivalent Save settings by clicking the Office Menu button, clicking on Word Options and clicking on Save in the left toolbar. In Word 2003, go to the Tools menu and choose Options. On most Mac OS X versions of Word, go to the Word menu, choose Preferences and click on the Save icon. The Word Options/Settings box also lets you turn on a checkbox to save a backup copy of your file on the computer; it’s in the Advanced options in Windows or the Save settings on a Mac.

After a system crash, Word’s AutoRecover function should kick in and show you the version of the file it saved on its own, which is hopefully newer than the last version you manually saved. Microsoft has more information on the AutoRecover function and where the files are kept on your computer at support.microsoft.com/kb/107686.

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/10/07/technology/personaltech/07askk.html?_r=1&partner=rss&emc=rss

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