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[23 Jun 2010 | No Comment | 8,627 views]
Earthquake In The Nation’s Capital

At approximately 1:45 p.m. a 5.5 magnitude earthquake shook the grounds of the north-east U.S. and southern parts of Ontario and Québec. To be more precise though the quake’s center was around 60 kilometers North of Ottawa, Ontario. Apparently the quake was felt in Buffalo, Detroit, Montreal, N.Y., Toronto and surrounding areas. I know I felt it, living in Ottawa myself. When I say I was sitting on a crack I didn’t think of it in that sense, but now I’m going to have too!
Here’s a …

Cars & Transportation, Comedy, Featured, Science & Technology »

[30 May 2009 | No Comment | 2,651 views]
Audi owns all

In response to http://www.360blog.org/2009/05/bmw-owns-audi/ I bring you one of the best commercials I have ever seen.

E3 2009, Headline, Movies, Music & Games, Science & Technology »

[30 May 2009 | No Comment | 2,837 views]
First Pics Of PSP Go

It’s here, the Sony PSP Go! First pic inside.

Comedy, Headline, Science & Technology »

[30 May 2009 | No Comment | 2,938 views]
Handjobs For The Future!

I wonder if the world will ever come to this… Let’s hope it does though. In this video we see what would happen if handjobs (or sex) could save our future. Truly something the human race should look into.

Business & Politics, Featured, Movies, Music & Games, Science & Technology, Sports »

[14 May 2009 | No Comment | 4,349 views]
Amazing Beat Box By A Cute Girl

I’ve seen a few dudes with crazy beat box skills but never before have I heard of a girl who does this. You got to admit that she’s cute too. I think she should be named The Ultimate Beat Box Chick. Check out the video!

Comedy, Featured, Science & Technology »

[14 May 2009 | No Comment | 2,551 views]
Robotic Rock Band

This video shows how much time you have to waste when you attend college. Just try to figure out the time needed to set up the robots and program the rhythm. Not only that, every instrument needs to be synchronized. I specially love the guitar setup on the lower right of the screen with the sliding finger.

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[14 May 2009 | No Comment | 2,824 views]
First images of Sony’s new console! PS3 Slim

It looks like Sony might announce a re-design of their Playstation 3 game console at this year’s E3.

Well as always the internet has gotten some leaked photos and it looks well…slim

Stay tuned to 360blog.org as more game info finds its way to the internet as E3 nears.

Comedy, Featured, Science & Technology »

[13 May 2009 | 2 Comments | 3,011 views]
New USB Memory Stick

Yes sir, this is the finest in cutting edge technology. No USB can or will every be able to do this again, absolutely unbelievable. It’s amazing to think someone actually thought of this for a memory stick.

Business & Politics, Cars & Transportation, Environment, Headline, Science & Technology »

[10 May 2009 | No Comment | 4,950 views]
P.U.M.A Segway and GM team Up

This one sounds kinda funny for a partnership, but it’s real. General Motors (GM) and Segway have partnered up to develop a new urban transportation device providing personal mobility. This partnership is a result of 18 month collaboration to project Personal Urban Mobility and Accessibility (P.U.M.A) The P.U.M.A. has a lot of common ground with the Segway Personal Transporter.  
P.U.M.A. features an all-electric powertrain, plus a side-by-side two-wheel layout. Like the Segway, it uses dynamic stabilization technology to keep it upright and balanced.Where P.U.M.A. pushes ahead is in practicality, usability and safety. …

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[10 May 2009 | 2 Comments | 4,637 views]
The Greatest Gesture You’ve Never Heard Of (9/11 Memorial)

They thought of rebuilding replica’s of the twin towers, just one building that served as a memorial, and many others I’m sure We’ve never heard because the projects have never seen the light of day. What we (or at least I) didn’t know is that one statue was built, and given to the United States as a “monument to the struggle against world terrorism” and “september 11th” memorial…