Uploaded by alltime10s on May 12, 2011
From human organ printing to hologram TV, here are 10 technologies that come straight from the future.
Check out even more wacky and bizarre video’s from the Alltime10 team.. @ http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=4BAFABCECC2F6DDA
Standard YouTube License
TASI ALABASTRO is an actor, filmmaker, photographer and a core member of Square Marden - a media production team dedicated to truthful storytelling while introducing community artists to a wider audience. With experience stemming from his passion and involvement in performing arts, filmmaking, and photography, Tasi Alabastro helps drive the creative efforts at Square Marden by providing imaginative and engaging solutions to a range of projects. A firm believer in curiosity and learning, Tasi continues to work in film production, often wearing multiple hats which include writing, directing and performance.
Various collaborations have garnered awards including music video Audience Choice Award from CAAM’s 2010 San Francisco International Film Festival, multiple awards from The 48 Hour Film Project competitions (San Francisco/San Jose), and credited Tasi as writer for Jury selected Best Picture Award forUniversity of California: Berkeley’s Campus Moviefest. He is also a company member to San Jose Repertory Theatre‘s outreach program, Red Ladder, providing clients with leadership, communication, and problem solving skills through Improvisation… Read More…
PINASarap: Assorted Veggies, composed of steamed okra, manggang hilaw, singkamas, kamatis, itlog na maalat and bagoong. (Photo by: Che Paulite)
Oh, you did Tough Mudder and now you’re hardcore? Think again. Our friends at DragNsync show us seven of America’s toughest adventure races for those of you who are looking to push you body and mind to the limit.
When a supercharged sports car is purchased the only reasonable first action is to stomp the accelerator and bury the needle until you’re pretty sure going any faster will take you airborn. Hell, most of us probably did this with our parents’ station wagon the day after passing the driver’s test. At one point in time, and in small corners still, people treated their bodies in a similar manner. It is only natural to want to test our limits, but humans as a race have gone soft.
However, there are those select few that were never able to give up the primal urge to go further. Those “freak” athletes that know neither limitation nor quitting who still prove the human body is a much more impressive tool than we give it credit for – by competing in the world’s toughest races. This list is for all those who think they still have that beast inside that they must let out. But beware, once you see these brutal races that beast might turn into a cowaring, tail-between its legs kitten… more…
This Year’s Promo Message…
Fairfax, Virginia–This year, the 9th Asian Food and Tennis Festival is celebrating the Year of the Dragon on July 21 to 22 in this county. To add more fun and enjoyment for families, Festival Committee official George Duangmanee has announced an extension of two additional hours on July 22, Sunday.
The Festival is a two-day, FREE admission event to promote greater understanding of the Asian countries and cultures. It takes place on July 21, Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., and on July 22, Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. It is open to the public.
The Festival will again be held at the George Mason University Main Campus here in Fairfax. “It is spacious, convenient and provides us with a larger footprint to showcasing different Asian countries at the same time,” he said. “Attendees can also park their cars in the parking lot next to the Festival site.”
This year’s theme is “The Year of the Dragon,” where spectators will discover the Dragon lord of the heavens and rain maker’s representation in their own cultural and heritage in four different showcase areas: Heritage India, It’s More Fun In Philippines, Image Of China, And Amazing Thailand.
The Festival will showcase all-day prized money tennis tournament, stage performances, contests, interactive demonstrations, children interactive area with carnival rides, and games–as well as “Destination Asia,” where Asian embassies and organizations exhibit their cultures, arts, and cooking demonstration.
The Festival will have over 200 multi-cultural vendors and exhibitions, featuring 35 multi-cultural food and product vendors. Among them are Chinese, Vietnamese, Indian, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Laotian and Philippine cuisine and handicrafts.
This year, the Thai Tennis Organization in America (TTOA) will again partner with Singha Beer and the United States Tennis Association Virginia to bring this exciting Festival to Asian American families and the general public. Media partners include Manila Mail and Asian Fortune.
TTOA works with several Asian American Associations to introduce Asian cultures to the local community. It also aims to promote tennis growth and encourage young people to broaden their horizons through scholarships. TTOA, a proud member of the USTA family, was the recipient of the 2004 Organization of the Year Award by USTA Mid-Atlantic section and the USTA Virginia District.
For more information, please contact George Duangmanee at firstname.lastname@example.org or Bing C. Branigin at email@example.com.
Uploaded by gunnarolla on Jun 24, 2009
Song & video produced by Julia Bentley & Andrew Gunadie
Turn on Closed Captioning for lyrics. Thanks, Daniel!