Monday, 28 February 2011

Black Swan...

 I found this on the blog of Kelly Oxford, I have copied the comments of her husband which he made while watching Black Swan. Do I need to say more? He has allmost exact reaction on this movies as I had.

And the Oscar goes to....

The biggest winners are:
- The King's Speech
- Inception
- Black Swan
- Social Network
- The Fighter

picture source: Dailymail

The Kings Speech is a very interesting and bit historical movie. I liked it, it is not "typical" movie we see on screen (read: action, fight and sex). No, this movie actually tells a story. Before the Oscars, many have speculated that the Social Network would be the big winner on the Oscars. I think it so unfair to give any Oscar to this movie; it was such a boring movie. There was no spectacular play by actors and the story itself is not that interesting. The fighter on other hand was also a very interesting and unusual movie. I loved how Christian Bale plaid in the movie. It’s totally worth to watch. Black Swan, I have nothing positive to say about this movie. I barely could watch the half of it and then I gave up.

Saturday, 26 February 2011

"Take me Out" or PLEASE take that girl out!!

I probably shouldn't write this, but I cant take it anymore. My sister is huge fan of programme "Take me out", so I have watched that programme with her for a while now. I cant help it but notice that one girl is for a very long time on the show now. Lucy, I wouldn't call her ugly or unattractive, but somehow nobody chooses her. It would be that noticeable if she didn't flirt with the guys that much. So to guys out there: Please take her out!

Lucy from "Take me out" photo source

Seth Godin on the tribes we lead

About this talk

Seth Godin argues the Internet has ended mass marketing and revived a human social unit from the distant past: tribes. Founded on shared ideas and values, tribes give ordinary people the power to lead and make big change. He urges us to do so.

About Seth Godin

Seth Godin is an entrepreneur and blogger who thinks about the marketing of ideas in the digital age. His newest interest: the tribes we lead

Thursday, 17 February 2011

Spanish fashion chain Zara is caught on plagiasm.

One of the world's largest fashion retailers which owns Zara stores and several other global chains has withdrawn a series of T-shirts from its shops after bloggers complained the company was copying their photographs from the internet.

The T-shirts were removed from the Inditex group's Stradivarius stores after complaints from teenage fashion and style bloggers who said the company was using the photographs they posted of themselves on their sites. The striking similarity between the T-shirt pictures and those on sites run by 19-year-old Swiss fashion blogger Michèle K and France's Louise Ebel left the Spanish company unable to deny the allegations.

"It is a pity that they did it behind the back of me and all the other bloggers," Michèle K said. "I feel a bit angry about it just because of the fact that they didn't had my permission to use my picture. It would be no problem if they asked me, but they didn't. And that's kind of a lack of respect, in my opinion."

"I'm very disappointed," said Ebel, whose face features on at least two Stradivarius designs. "This is irrespectful towards our intellectual property."

A spokesman for Inditex confirmed that the T-shirts had been removed from racks. "They are from an outside designer," he said. "We are trying to work out exactly what the situation with these shirts is. The company we used should have got the rights. That would be the norm."

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