15- 15 Whatever

15 things? yes today is just a day of relaxation, so take 15 minutes to enjoy 15’s. Or, come up with 15 excuses why you have 15 other things to do. I wish I was 15 again, and I would do 15 things very much differently.

What about you? Can you think of 15 things you would have done differently, knowing what you know now?

15 Unbelievable Fossil Discoveries

From fossils of distant human sub-species, to trees that survived the apocalypse which nearly wiped out life on Earth, we count 15 fascinating pieces of history carved into rocks and bones from the past.

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This Lady Is Cooking Food Naked On YouTube!

http://digg.com/video/this-lady-is-cooking-food-naked-on-youtube-because-doritos-told-her-to

This Lady Is Cooking Food Naked On YouTube, And Doritos Is Paying Her To Do It

Internet Food Lust

Chef Jenn is a 24-year-old Argentinian woman who’s racking up subscribers by cooking topless (with strategically-placed foods) on YouTube. Which would be weird in and of itself. It’s weirder that her channel appears to be sponsored by Doritos.

You’ve heard of “If you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen,” right? It has never rung truer than when you’re watching “A Fuego Maximo”—translation: “Maximum Fire” (You’ll understand why momentarily)—one Argentinian woman’s topless cooking channel on YouTube, which has already garnered over half a million views since its March 10th inception.

The Rise of YouTube Plagiarism Bots

This is almost Plagiarism, as I didn’t change any part of it.  I know at some point I will get in trouble over some of my posts.  I found what I was looking for.   Everything on my site is under a Creative Commons license that allows reuse with attribution.

bit.ly/1wE6w2N .

So I used part of this post to help inform you all.  Again, I wrote none of the post you’re about to read, and you must follow the link to finish it.

The Rise of YouTube Plagiarism Bots

By Jonathan Bailey on Mar 17, 2015 03:47 pm

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For almost as long as there’s been a YouTube, there’s been spam on it.

Traditionally this spam has taken the format of garbage accounts uploading misleading videos, often with fake thumbnails, for the purpose of promoting products, services or some cause.

But while that type of spam still certainly exists on YouTube, it’s now being joined by a new kind of spam, automated videos that plagiarize content from blogs, news sites and other text sources.

For the spammer, this is a very easy way to flood YouTube with a large number of low-quality topical videos. The result for content creators, especially those who produce text or image content, is that your hard work is being used to fuel spam videoblogs and those spammers will have an upper hand in search results because of the way Google shows preference to YouTube in its algorithm.

This raises two difficult questions: What can YouTube do to battle this problem? And what can creators do to protect their work?

Understanding YouTube’s Plagiarism Bots

I would like to thank Jonathan Bailey for allowing me to use some of his material for the preceding post.  You can find more information at his site plagiarismtoday.com/stopping-inter…

 

Cinderella (1899) Impossible Voyage, A Trip to the Moon & Titanic – 1912 Original Video Footage

How about some entertainment?  Are you ready to sit back and just not think for a little while?  I won’t be there for a while, so go ahead and take off your boots, grab something refreshing and just hang out and chill.  There’s a beer in the icebox, cookies in the cookie jar, and a cozy blanket to curl up with, right there on the sofa.

 

Did you know, when you get to the end of these videos, there are choices for more?  You can literally watch hours of video, and a lot of them are vintage.  There is a whole section on Edison Trains, old steam engines, and footage, including a train wreck with two trains at the Cal. Expo.  

 

So really take a hard look and you might find something you like.  There are even ADULT CARTOONS and Vintage ones too.

 

Cinderella (1899) – 1st Dissolve Transition – GEORGES MELIES – Cendrillon

 

George Melies- Impossible Voyage

A Trip to the Moon (HQ 720p Full) – Viaje a la Luna – Le Voyage dans la lune – Georges Méliès 1902

http://www.titanicfacts.net/

Titanic – 1912 Original Video Footage

At 11.40pm on the night of 14 April 1912, en route to New York and on her maiden voyage, the RMS Titanic struck the iceberg that would ultimately lead to her sinking less than 3 hours later. At around 2.20am on the morning of 15 April, RMS Titanic disappeared beneath the surface of the Atlantic Ocean, a disaster that resulted in the loss of more than 1,500 lives, almost two-thirds of the people on board. In this centenary year, this website is dedicated to their memory.