Monday, May 27, 2013

► WTF Is... - Call of Juarez: Gunslinger ?

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TotalBiscuit takes a look at the recently released Wild West arcade-style shooter from Techland. 1) Go to C:\Users\YOURNAMEHERE\AppData\Local\tech­land\cojgunslinger\out\Settings 2) Open Video.scr with notepad 3) Add the following 2 lines to the bottom of the list ForcedHorzFov(INSERT FOV NUMBER HERE BETWEEN 80-110) DisableScreenBorder()

Content Patch - May 27th, 2013 - Ep. 086 [Xbox One]

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Content Patch - May 27th, 2013 - Ep. 086 [Xbox One]

World's Deadliest - Six-Foot Snake Ambushes Prey

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A mouse can walk away from a Gaboon viper bite, but the snake's venom makes the getaway brief. Once the snake's prey dies, it's dinnertime.

Lawnmower Love

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A Shiba Inu named Marley needs help with aggression, and a wire fox terrier is fixated on the lawnmower.

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Video Game - OFFICIAL UK Teaser Trailer | HD

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The LEGO Marvel Super Heroes assemble! Iron Man, Wolverine, Spider-Man, Hulk, Thor and more. "LEGO Marvel Super Heroes," coming to all major consoles this autumn!

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War Child - Mapping sexual violence for child safety - Global Impact Challenge finalist

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The Global Impact Challenge supports British non-profits using tech to tackle the world's toughest problems. The 10 finalists are in, help decide who wins. Project: War Child will use crowdsourced digital mapping to reduce sexual violence and support child protection in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Helplines and SMS technology will enable War Child to advocate for child protection, analyse trends, and maximise support for affected children. Impact: An average of two children are raped or abused every hour in Goma, DRC. This statistic is likely underreported due to stigma and fear. War Child plans to use anonymous crowdsourced mapping to show the true impact of rape against children in the DRC. Using information collected through SMS and helplines, War Child will respond quickly to kids who are most in need. Over 18 months, this project will provide counseling for 3,000 young people and, through mapping, prevent the rape of an estimated 6,000 children annually. War Child's vision is a world where children's lives are no longer torn apart by war.

Pennies - Electronic donation box for charities - Global Impact Challenge finalist

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The Global Impact Challenge supports British non-profits using tech to tackle the world's toughest problems. The 10 finalists are in, help decide who wins. Project: Pennies will give consumers the option to donate a few pennies of electronic change with a single click, bringing the age old habit of dropping coins into a charity box on a shop counter up-to-date across online and mobile shopping channels. Impact: Most charities expect their annual income to fall significantly in the coming years due to current economic conditions. Pennies plans to harness the power of micro-donations through debit, credit card and e-commerce transactions. Over three years, Pennies will establish a mobile channel and expand its online offering, raising £7m for UK charities. The long term vision is that wherever people use cards or mobile, they can donate electronic pennies, ultimately raising an additional £50M annually for charities worldwide.

Age UK - Digital connections for older people - Global Impact Challenge finalist

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The Global Impact Challenge supports British non-profits using tech to tackle the world's toughest problems. The 10 finalists are in, help decide who wins. Project: Age UK will inspire older people to reminisce using technology, and, in doing so, deliver digital training which will help them enjoy a happier and healthier later life. Impact: Today, 1 million older people in the UK have not seen friends or family in over a month. Technology can help reduce loneliness by providing access to invaluable online resources, as well as the ability to keep in touch with family and friends. Age UK plans to inspire older people to reminisce using technology, and, in doing so, deliver digital training to open a host of opportunities, like reconnecting with loved ones, pursuing hobbies and saving money. Over 18 months, Age UK will bring technology into the lives of 16,000 older people and ultimately fight the isolation experienced by so many.

The Global Impact Challenge - A better world, faster.

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The Global Impact Challenge supports British non-profits using tech to tackle the world's toughest problems. The 10 finalists are in—help decide who wins at g.co/impactchallenge. Cast your vote by May 31 for the £500,000 fan favourite Global Impact Award. On June 3, a panel of judges will unveil the public vote, and select three additional non-profits as winners of the Global Impact Challenge.

Integrity Action - Accountability tool for development - Global Impact Challenge finalist

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The Global Impact Challenge supports British non-profits using tech to tackle the world's toughest problems. The 10 finalists are in, help decide who wins. Project: Integrity Action will improve public infrastructure and services in war-torn countries through an online platform for citizens to report on development projects. The data is shared with government, contractors, the media and development agencies who can resolve reported issues. Impact: Up to 25% of aid given to war-torn countries is lost due to fraud, corruption and mismanagement, totalling £8 billion annually. Integrity Action plans to develop an online data collection and reporting platform that enables citizens to hold government and development agencies accountable. Over 18 months, Integrity Action will train over 2,000 community monitors in seven war-torn countries and help citizens fix 50% of problems in public services and infrastructure projects. This will ultimately lead to better quality of life for over 500,000 poor people.

vInspired - Microwork platform for unemployed youth - Global Impact Challenge finalist

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The Global Impact Challenge supports British non-profits using tech to tackle the world's toughest problems. The 10 finalists are in, help decide who wins. Project: vInspired will connect unemployed young people in the UK with opportunities to enter the workforce through Task Squad, a digital microwork platform. By connecting young people to short, flexible tasks, they learn skills, earn money and cultivate 21st century job experiences. Impact: Currently, one in four 16-24 year olds in the UK is unemployed. At the same time, businesses and organisations need proven, value-for-money candidates to work on short-term tasks. vInspired plans to scale a digital platform for young adults to find and apply for microwork. They include small jobs, corporate errands, and short-term positions lasting from a couple hours to a week. Over three years, this will provide work for over 275,000 young adults, giving them tools to reach their potential, ultimately providing thousands of opportunities for young people to make their impact on the world.

MAKLab - Micromanufacturing for young entrepreneurs - Global Impact Challenge finalist

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The Global Impact Challenge supports British non-profits using tech to tackle the world's toughest problems. The 10 finalists are in, help decide who wins. Project: MAKLab will give young people access to digital technology to start their first business, fueling economic growth and entrepreneurship training. This removes the often prohibitive expense of developing, manufacturing, and selling products, ranging from jewelry to new tech devices. Impact: Over 960,000 young people in the UK are currently looking for work. Access to the right equipment, such as digital fabrication technology, can make the difference between a viable business and one that can't get off the ground. MAKLab plans to establish four additional digital fabrication outposts across the UK and coordinate training for a range of communities, with a focus on unemployed youth and entrepreneurial development. Over three years, MAKLab will train over 600 16-25 year olds, and support 150 small and medium enterprises. The ultimate vision is accessible micromanufacturing for all.

CDI Apps for Good - App development training for kids - Global Impact Challenge finalist

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The Global Impact Challenge supports British non-profits using tech to tackle the world's toughest problems. The 10 finalists are in, help decide who wins. Project: CDI Apps for Good is revolutionising computer science by engaging kids in the hands-on creation of apps. This in-school learning is supported by an online platform where students interact directly with designers, developers and entrepreneurs who volunteer their time and expertise. Impact: In London alone there were over 80,000 new tech job openings in the past two years yet, last year, only 3,420 students took Computing A-level in the whole of England. Out of those, 255 were girls. Focusing on low income and underrepresented communities, Apps for Good plans to engage UK youth in app creation through an online platform and in-classroom training. Over three years, Apps for Good will reach more than 175,000 students. The ultimate goal is to change the future of tech education and develop a new generation of tech entrepreneurs in the UK and around the world.

Amnesty International Mobile alert system for activists - Global Impact Challenge finalist

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The Global Impact Challenge supports British non-profits using tech to tackle the world's toughest problems. The 10 finalists are in, help decide who wins. Project: Amnesty International will work with activists and partners to develop a mobile alert system that enables individuals to immediately transmit a message to their trusted networks in an emergency. Impact: Human rights activists are under threat around the world. Too often they are subject to violence, torture, or disappearance. Amnesty International plans to launch a mobile alert system, and train and support activist networks to use it. The system will be scaled globally, aiming to reach between 75,000-100,000 people over 2.5 years. This rapid response tool will revolutionise the way activists work and therefore how human rights are protected around the world.

SolarAid - Solar lights for off-grid communities - Global Impact Challenge finalist

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The Global Impact Challenge supports British non-profits using tech to tackle the world's toughest problems. The 10 finalists are in, help decide who wins. Project: SolarAid will scale access to solar lighting in off-grid communities in Africa by establishing a distribution network with local entrepreneurs. Impact: Over 110 million households in rural Africa rely on kerosene lamps, which emit harmful smoke and can cost up to 20% of a household's income. A £5 solar light lasts 5 years and is just 2% the cost of kerosene. SolarAid plans to work with Tanzanian entrepreneurs to create a solar hub for their communities, offering affordable, clean lighting, and providing job opportunities. Over 3 years, solar lighting will reach 11.2 million people, saving up to £196 million in income and reducing respiratory illness. Ultimately, SolarAid aims to replace kerosene lamps in Africa by 2020.

ZSL - Digital eyes and ears for wildlife protection - Global Impact Challenge finalist

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The Global Impact Challenge supports British non-profits using tech to tackle the world's toughest problems. The 10 finalists are in, help decide who wins. Project: The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) will use next generation camera traps, equipped with automated sensors, to better protect threatened wildlife. Sensors will be able to instantaneously transmit alerts of gunfire, vehicle movement and human presence. Impact: Wildlife crime is one of the largest illegal trades in the world. Rhino poaching increased by over 40% from 2011-2012, posing a real threat to communities and tourism operations that depend on wildlife. Over two years, ZSL plans to reduce poaching incidents in a threatened Kenyan protected area by 50%, providing greater protection for endangered rhinos, elephants, and more. Ultimately, increased awareness of effective patrols will deter poachers, reduce threats and increase security for local community groups and wildlife rangers. Get involved: Cast your vote by the 31st May on https://globalimpactchallenge.withgoo... for the £500,000 fan favourite Global Impact Award.

Rules of the Game: Even the Score | THE GOODWIN GAMES | FOX BROADCASTING

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Dancing a jig with a cream cheese and mustard-smeared face? Chloe is willing to do whatever it takes to make things right with April. Rules of the Game: Even the Score | THE GOODWIN GAMES | FOX BROADCASTING An inventive family comedy about three estranged siblings who return home after the loss of their beloved father and unexpectedly find themselves poised to inherit more than $20 million -- if, and only if, they can adhere to their late father's wishes. Rules of the Game: Even the Score | THE GOODWIN GAMES | FOX BROADCASTING

Nancy's Breakdown from "VMS, Part 2" | DOES SOMEONE HAVE TO GO |..Kout makes a passionate plea to the employees of Velocity Merchant Services...Zoe gets loud with his co-workers.

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Nancy loses it during a heated boardroom discussion. This isn't a game show. This isn't putting someone on an island. This is real life. Every two weeks a different company will go through a social experiment where the bosses of each company will turn over the company to it's employees. Leaiving them with all the important decision-making and ultimately decided, Does Someone Have To Go? Nancy's Breakdown from "VMS, Part 2" | DOES SOMEONE HAVE TO GO | Nancy's Breakdown from "VMS, Part 2" | DOES SOMEONE HAVE TO GO | FOX BROADCASTING Kout's Plea from "VMS, Part 2" | DOES SOMEONE HAVE TO GO | FOX BROADCASTING Kout makes a passionate plea to the employees of Velocity Merchant Services. Angry from "VMS, Part 2" | DOES SOMEONE HAVE TO GO | FOX BROADCASTING Zoe gets loud with his co-workers. Uncle Mike's Plea from "VMS, Part 2" | DOES SOMEONE HAVE TO GO | FOX BROADCASTING Uncle Mike highlights his 30 years of sales experience and vows to go after big businesses over non-profits. Zoe's Plea from "VMS, Part 2" | DOES SOMEONE HAVE TO GO | FOX BROADCASTING Zoe asks his co-workers not to solely judge him based on his numbers.

Brazil Nuts - Twenty Twelve - BBC

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A sporting replay of BAFTA award winning comedy Twenty Twelve. On route to the meet the Brazilian delegation, Head of Deliverance Ian Fletcher, realises they don't have a gift to exchange. Head of Brand Siobhan Sharpe has a brain wave and raids the official merchandise store. Meanwhile Head of Infrastructure Graham Hitchins is convinced their bus will not arrive on time.

ShowBiz Minute: Jolie, Box Office, Cannes

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Jolie's aunt dies of breast cancer, 'Fast & Furious 6' overtakes 'The Hangover Part III' at box office, Cannes' top prizes are revealed. (May 27)

Cannes Winners React

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Oscar Isaac, Berenice Bejo and Amat Escalante talk about winning top honors at the Cannes Film Festival, while festival director Thierry Fremaux approves of the Palme d'Or winner's political message. (May 27)

Falling Cable Hurts 10 NASCAR Fans

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A falling cable from a TV camera injured 10 fans at Sunday's Coca Cola 600 NASCAR race in Charlotte, North Carolina. All of the injured were treated and released. (May 27)

WW2 Marine's Diary: a Brief Look at a Brief Life

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Laura Mae Davis Burlingame went to the National World War II Museum looking for a display commemorating her high-school sweetheart. What she found brought tears almost 70 years after 22-year-old Marine Cpl. Thomas "Cotton" Jones died. (May 27)

Fiddling Championship Draws Fast-Flying Fingers

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People who love music spent part of the Memorial Day weekend in Homestead National Monument in Nebraska for America's Monumental Fiddling Championship. A total of $1,300 in prize money was handed out. (May 27)

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