Another great find for my Drum n Bass needs. Don’t miss the 14th song, “Still Grey”
Eagerly anticipated 2007 sophomore album from the awesome Australian Drum ‘N’ Bass trio. Hold Your Colour is packed with 13 bold and diverse tracks, from anthems to emotional journeys inspired by nearly every genre of music in existence. Check out furious dancefloor smashers ‘Slam’, ‘Hold Your Colour’ and ‘Tarantula’, the smooth and soulful ‘Plasticworld’, ‘Streamline’ and ‘Still Grey’ and the Latin-Rock-80’s-Electro fuelled Funk of ‘Girl In The Fire’. Breakbeat. 2007.
Mael Santiago, from Caracas Venezuela is only 16 years old and can already demonstrate amazing skill and creativity in concept, direction, film, edition, post production, music composition and 3d animation, here’s his Short Film titled “Sausaguy” (completly created by him, only 16 years old!)
Here’s the making of Sausaguy
He also made the intro animation for BlogHogwarts.com videos
Maybe a smaller system could be done for your car. It’d draw power from the alternator to break hydrogen into a tank, once that tank’s pressurised enough with hydrogen, when you press the gas, hydrogen could be released and sent to the engine’s cylinders (instead of Gasoline, or with Gasoline), helping you save gas.
Another way would you could use the hydrogen would be using a hydrogen fuel cell in the car, using the hydrogen and chemical reactions to produce electricity to charge another batery, and have electric engines on the wheels, when the bateries are charged enough, the Internal Combustion Engine rests and the other engines take over.
Now, if this thing succeeded, I wonder how fast we’d run out of water, we don’t have enough fresh water as it is in the world, but you could probably save up to 30% gas (pulling number out of my ass)
I’ve been trying Seeqpod (and learning from it’s UI), and I must say it’s a very nice service, specially for creating playlists in no time. Let’s hope we’ll have similar functionality in MyBloop.com during the following months to make playlist creation way faster.
Here’s a Smashing Pumpkins playlist I put together in less than 2 minutes (including sign up time)