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Lady Gaga – Video Phone (Extended Remix)

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

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Advantages of Getting Your Insurance Quotes from Online Insurance Companies

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

When you choose to acquire a fresh house insurance cover, there are two options open for you. You could either call your community insurance agent to get quotes from him or you could go online and get them from online insurance companies. As you have two ways of getting your house insurance cover, it is a excellent thought to find which one is bigger. Most often house owners find that it is always bigger to get their insurance policies from online insurance companies. The following are the advantages most of them have experienced when they tried to get their insurance policies.

Bigger deals

When you go online, you have a choice of online companies from which you could get insurance quotes. In addition to the individual companies you also have the insurance comparison sites that offer to get you quotes from the best companies that suits your requirements. Due to the more intensive competition you have the option to choose a bigger deal when you go online.

Simple evaluation

When you go online you only demand to fill a hardly any forms online and that’s all you demand to do. Exceptionally when you deal with insurance comparison sites you never demand to worry on much the evaluation. They will do the evaluation and will forward you only the best quotes that suits your purpose. Therefore, your job of comparison becomes simple. However, you demand to do your own evaluation before you select the best online corporation to deal with.

Age saving

In condition you telephone your community insurance agent and try to get insurance quotes, it will become a extended action as he has to get them from different insurance companies and palm over them to you as he is a middleman. In contrast, you could get the quotes from online companies by filling a simple form available in their websites. In condition you go to insurance comparison sites when you fill the form in one site you could get quotes from distinct sites. Evaluation is also simple with online sites.

Availability of advice

Unlike when you deal with your community insurance agent who is inclined to sell a policy for you when you employment with online insurance comparison sites you could get necessary advice also. The cause is that irrespective of from which insurance corporation you acquire your insurance cover, they get their commission. Therefore, they will try to find the best insurance corporation for you.

You get autonomous of charge supply with no obligations

All what you get from online insurance companies are autonomous of charge insurance quotes. Therefore, you have the liberty to do the evaluation with an open intellect. There is no obligation what so ever. In condition you get your quotes through a comparison site they will do the shopping for quotes also on your behalf.

When you consider all these factors it is obvious that going online is the bigger path to get your house insurance cover. From whatever source you acquire your insurance you must do proper evaluation and get it from the most reliable insurance corporation.

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Cueboy Quest is an adorable 8-bit style physics game

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011


Yes, that’s right, I said adorable. Because Cueboy Quest really is!

You play an 8-bit cowboy whose goal on each level is to get to the door (and thus to the next level), but the door is often locked. To get it to open, you must shoot at one or more targets, and those targets aren’t always in your line of sight. For example, on one level the the target is a balloon which is stuck all the way at the other end of the screen. You must first nudge it free, and then watch it float up and try to shoot it before it floats clear off the screen. Your bullets are chunky pixels that have some weight – the have arcing trajectories, so you don’t always hit exactly where you aim.

There’s another level where you must jump on the balloon as it floats up, use it as a platform to get to the other end of the screen, and then turn to shoot it very quickly before it flies away. Each level is very short, and most of them are quite easy. And not only are the graphics 8-bit blocky, but they’re large too. Simply beautiful!

Cueboy Quest is an adorable 8-bit style physics game originally appeared on Download Squad on Tue, 22 Feb 2011 17:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Bose A20 Versus Lightspeed Zulu Aviation Headset Comparison

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

Executive Summary:

This review gives a comparison of 2 of the “highest-functioning” aviation headsets available on the market – Bose A20 vs. Lightspeed Zulu.

Aside from a hardly any points off for not being first, with virtually the same features, the Bose headset is simply quieter and less fatiguing.


Lightspeed Zulu is $800 and Bose A20 is $1095

Comfort: (Clamping energy and fit of the ear cup)


Noise Attenuation:


Customer Supply:

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In -Depth Review:

Bose is clearly the leader in Active Noise Reduction (ANR) technology. They have a wide variety of products that employ the science that they push the limits of in their Massachusetts labs and they attractive much own this area of acoustic science. Dr. Bose was an electrical engineering professor at MIT who had a side interest in acoustics.


There are 3 factors that manufacturers consider when designing that contribute to fatigue:

1. Clamping energy on the head 2. Weight 3. ANR

1. Clamping energy – All of us have flown with cheaper products that feel like clamps. That’s since the only path most NON-ANR headsets keep sound outside is by forming a tighter seal with our heads. Most comments by users of both headsets are in agreement, the Bose A20 has a abundance less clamping energy.

2. Weight is a factor that makes virtually no difference when you place a headset on, however after hours in the air with your neck muscles having to support the weight in different twisting and turning angles, an ounce or two makes A ABUNDANCE of difference. The A20 is super-lightweight – 12 ounces. The Zulu weighs 13.5 ounces.

3. ANR allows for a more comfortable fit since the manufacturer doesn’t demand to rely only on the seal to keep sound outside. This technology “whites-outside” ambient sounds. The path this is done is via small microphones that first pick up on ambient sound and then attempts to match it. Bose and Lightspeed products both do this, however the Bose version is clearly more comfortable.

What do actual users of the two headsets affirm?

Lightspeed – outside of 215 comments I found from pilots who glide the Zulu, only 15 had a terrible familiarity (93% positive)Bose – fewer comments positive or negative with Bose…outside of 33 comments, only 3 were negative (91% positive) Conclusion: Bose A20 vs. Lightspeed Zulu

• Small flights – If your flights are mostly under 1 hour, save yourself $300 and get the Lightspeed Zulu.

• Extended flights – If your flights are mostly over 1 hour, the Bose A20 headset really shines in comfort and reduced fatigue. And, worth every penny of the added costs.

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‘Dark Knight Rises’ Commissioner Gordon ‘Very World-Weary’

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

‘He’s a little reminiscent of the Gordon you see in ‘Batman Begins,’ ‘ actor Gary Oldman says.
By Kevin P. Sullivan, with reporting by Josh Horowitz

Gary Oldman in “The Dark Knight”
Photo: Warner Bros. Pictures

This holiday season, fans looking forward to next year’s release of “The Dark Knight Rises” should be thankful for “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy” and all the press its star Gary Oldman is doing.

MTV News’ Josh Horowitz caught up with Oldman, who stars in both of those films, on the red carpet for the Gotham Independent Film Awards and noticed something different about his face. The iconic Commissioner Gordon mustache was missing. After wrapping the film recently, Oldman lost the mustache in favor of a cleaner look.

“The Gordon mustache is retired,” Oldman confirmed. “They gave me a shadow box, and it has my badge, my glasses and the mustache. He is retired.”

Empire magazine’s recent on-set feature dropped the detail that “The Dark Knight Rises” will take place seven years after the end of its predecessor “The Dark Knight.” This obviously leaves a lot of time out of the story and a lot of changes for the characters, including Gordon. Oldman said that his character has a return to an earlier form for the trilogy’s finale.

“He’s a little reminiscent of the Gordon you see in ‘Batman Begins.’ They’ve tidied up the city, but there’s still work to be done. He’s very world-weary,” Oldman said.

One of the more mysterious cast additions, Joseph Gordon-Levitt as beat cop John Blake, meant an extra man in Gordon’s Gotham PD. Oldman described his time working with Gordon-Levitt as a little distracting, but in a good way. “Someone that talented, I do these scenes with him and you can’t put a pin through an insincere moment,” he said. “It’s wonderful. You come out of character sometimes because … you’re in the scene and you find your head going, ‘Wow. He’s pretty good.’ ”

Check out everything we’ve got on “The Dark Knight Rises.”

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YouTube Live now streaming select partners in real time

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

Not content with limiting its dominance in streaming uploaded videos, YouTube is now ready to take on competitors like Justin.TV and Ustream. The new YouTube Live service is being rolled out to select YouTube partners and will enable real-time broadcasting. In its official announcement, Google states that “The goal is to provide thousands of partners with the capability to live stream from their channels in the months ahead.”

You can check out live broadcasts at, where you’ll also find a schedule of upcoming episodes from beta partners like Revision3 and Destructoid. You’re also able to subscribe to YouTube Live broadcasts — which will ensure you’re notified when a new episode is coming up.

YouTube Live now streaming select partners in real time originally appeared on Download Squad on Mon, 11 Apr 2011 08:35:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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‘Breaking Dawn’ Best Scenes: Fans Share Their Picks

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

In ‘Twilight’ Tuesday, Twilighters tell MTV News their favorite moments.
By Kara Warner

Kristen Stewart in “Breaking Dawn”
Photo: Summit

With “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1″ still crushing all competition at the box office, it’s clear from the film’s overwhelming fan support that the highly anticipated instant hit will be raking in more dough in the coming weeks and months.

In last week’s installment of “Twilight” Tuesday, we asked fans how many times they planned on seeing “Breaking Dawn – Part 1″ in theaters, and their revelations were both impressive and astounding: One young woman had seen the film 19 times in the first six days and claimed that she wasn’t finished yet. So, with those multiple viewings in mind — and the dedicated masses who have now seen the film enough times to re-enact it from memory — today’s “Twilight” Tuesday is about fans’ favorite scenes.

As expected, plenty of folks had trouble selecting just one favorite scene from the action-packed, 117-minute movie. In addition to the three early favorites — the honeymoon scene, birth scene and wedding scene — according to our quick poll, fans seem happiest with the family toasts at Edward and Bella’s wedding and Jacob imprinting on Renesmee.

“Love wedding scene and Charlie’s speech, also Jake’s imprinting to Renesmee scene,” Daniela Imrichova said.

“I feel the wedding speeches were a well-thought addition 2 the movie – since it wasnt in the books. LUV Emmet’s the best!” gushed Kristen Grumbine.

“My favorite scene was Jake imprinting on Renesmee it really touched my heart that Jake finally found true love,” Christine Waters chimed in.

“Jacob imprinting its perfect. I’ve seen it four times so far and still cry,” admitted Desiree Kozlowski.

“I have already watched it 3 times. #Favoritepart = THE WHOLE MOVIE,” wrote Valentina.

“I will keep going till they stop playing it!! And my favorite scene?? The whole movie was amazing! #obsessed,” wrote Robyn Smyly.

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Google Latitude check-in deals now available across the US

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

Recently, Google has been busy beefing up Latitude to make it more competitive with other location apps — and more fun to use. Location history was added recently, iOS users can post check-ins via Latitude, and now Google has begun rolling out location-based deals which are tied to the service.

If you’re in the U.S., you can now score local savings at participating merchants by checking in with Latitude. Google will also be offering “status deals,” which users can unlock by visiting a particular merchant on a regular basis. Mashable notes three status levels: regular, VIP, and guru — though partners can apparently customize those titles if they choose.

Right now deals are available from merchants like American Eagle Outfitters, Arby’s, Finish Line, Macy’s, Quiznos, and RadioShack.

Google Latitude check-in deals now available across the US originally appeared on Download Squad on Fri, 08 Apr 2011 08:18:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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‘Dark Knight Rises’ And More: 20 Best Trailers Of 2011

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

Teasers for ‘Hunger Games’ and ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2′ also left us hungry for more.
By Eric Ditzian

Christian Bale in “The Dark Knight Rises”
Photo: Warner Bros.

Time, like the theatrical run of “Your Highness,” has disappeared quickly this year. It’s hard to believe it was almost 12 months ago that we were settling into our seats to check out Nicolas Cage’s “Season of the Witch.” That didn’t work out so well.

And so, as the MTV Movies team begins our look back at the cinematic year that was 2011, we’re reminded that time is precious. We don’t have much of it; we must use it wisely. That’s why we’re beginning our series of best-of stories with movie trailers — those neat little packages of footage that let us know in a few minutes’ time whether the full movie is going to be worth it. Picking our 20 favorite trailers was a tough call; just look at the ones that didn’t make it, like “The Avengers,” “The Amazing Spider-Man,” “Captain America: The First Avenger” and “Breaking Dawn – Part 1.”

In the end, though, we selected the trailers that truly stuck with us — some since the early days of the year and some newer ones that are sure to haunt us into next year. Read on for our picks for the 20 best movie trailers of 2011.

20. “Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy”
The trailer teases everything the movie delivers — a slowly building whodunit of a plot, an ominous score, period details so depressingly ’70s-era British that the footage should come with a voucher for lithium — while at the same time succeeding in one area where the movie falters: It’s not pull-your-hair-out, whisper-to-the-person-next-to-you, throw-your-hands-up-in-defeat confusing.

19. “The Muppets”
An unlikely companion piece to the “Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” teaser listed below, this “Muppets” trailer — one in a long line of pop-culture mash-ups — had the lovable felt creatures laser-beaming one message to viewers: Our movie may be rated PG, but we swear you’ll totally dig it. And hey, if you want to get stoned in the parking lot beforehand, that’s fine, dude.

18. “Battleship”
The “Battleship” trailer got a lot of crap when it dropped in July — was this just “Blue Crush” meets “Armageddon,” with neither the former’s sugary, shameless sex factor nor the latter’s Bruce Willis? Instead let us float another way of viewing it: as an utterly wacky, probably nonsensical yet potentially blockbustering summer movie for a “Transformers”-less 2012.

17. “Martha Marcy May Marlene”
The footage builds and builds its claustrophobic tension, finally giving way to John Hawkes’ homespun singer/songwriter tuneage, which somehow still doesn’t allow you any catharsis, any chance just to catch your breath: All is not well in Elizabeth Olsen’s world. And it’s simply addicting to watch.

16. “The Woman in Black”
The tagline could have been, “Abandon hope, all ye Muggles who enter here.” The first full trailer for Daniel Radcliffe’s first post-”Harry Potter” film was simple and creepy and effective — and unlike anything the boy wizard has ever encountered.

15. “Red Tails”
The second trailer starts off a little hokey, but it soon morphs into a shoot-’em-up dogfight between the Tuskegee Airmen and the Axis powers. Every piece of American history should come wrapped in such fiery pop-culture packaging.

14. “Devil’s Double”
Torture, guns, chicks in bikinis, Dominic Cooper doing double duty as wide-eyed innocent and psychotic tyrant — what else can one ask for in a trailer?

13. “Super 8″
While our favorite “Super 8″ trailer dropped in 2010, the one J.J. Abrams unleashed this past March — with its classic movie-monster intrigue and Spielbergian patina — was still pretty kick-ass. If only the film itself had lived up to the potential of these early looks.

12. “Drive”
In a word: cool. In a few more: awesome score, awesome car chases, awesome hints at violence, awesome performance by Ryan Gosling. Mainly, though: cool as sh–.

11. “John Carter”
After checking out this trailer, we’d gladly jet off to Mars and battle a few of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ baddies if it meant catching an early screening of this sci-fi epic.

10. “American Reunion”
We didn’t realize we actually missed Jim and his randy pals until we glimpsed the goofball and his flute-loving wife separately, secretly pleasuring themselves to R. Kelly’s “Bump N’ Grind.”

9. “Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance”
Nicolas Cage pees fire. He f—ing pees fire and says it feels awesome. When do tickets go on sale?

8. “Like Crazy”
One of the best movies at Sundance became the hands-down finest trailer for a romantic drama in 2011, capturing all the beauty and sadness and magic that echoes between Anton Yelchin and Felicity Jones in the film.

7. “Rise of the Apes”
Anyone mocking the idea of bringing back those damn dirty apes with James Franco in tow was roundly silenced when the teaser dropped in April and we peeped Andy Serkis’ Caesar and his ilk unleashing simian fury on San Francisco.

6. “X-Men First Class”
Was it the sizzling score? The historical weight imbued by JFK’s voice-over? The quick looks at all those mutants? Every single frame in which Michael Fassbender was onscreen? It was all of it and more that made this “X-Men” trailer one of the most epic of the year.

5. “The Hunger Games”
After the most teaser-y of teaser trailers debuted at the MTV Video Music Awards, Lionsgate came through with a ton of footage in November: districts, tributes, games-makers, the Hunger Games arena and three teens looking to swipe the throne of tween obsession-dom from Edward, Bella and Jacob.

4. “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo”
The feel-bad movie of Christmas gave us zero dialogue, oodles of fresh looks without anything so troublesome as context getting in the way, and Trent Reznor and Karen O’s cover of “Immigrant Song.” Oh, and chills: it gave us chills.

3. “Snow White and the Huntsman”
Our expectations were not high. So let us apologize to Kristen Stewart and all who are involved with this adaptation: Well done, folks! Sweeping in scale and containing some truly creative visual effects (huge crows splintering into hundreds of smaller crows, an anthropomorphic golden mirror), the trailer already would have been a 2011 highlight on its own merits. But when the silly trailer for “Mirror, Mirror,” a competing Snow White flick, dropped days later, we had to revise our expectations for “Huntsman”: This is how you adapt a centuries-old fairy tale for the 21st-century multiplex.

2. “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2″
Sure, we whooped it up to “Woman in Black.” But the final “Deathly Hallows, Part 2″ trailer? That sucker was not only the best “Deathly Hallows” trailer, it was arguably the best trailer of the entire franchise.

1. “The Dark Knight Rises”
This teaser should be encased in glass and studied at every studio in Hollywood as the perfect way to build excitement, deliver what core fans wants and yet not give away the whole shebang — and leave everyone dying to see more, more, more. There is simply no question: This was the best trailer of 2011, and we have a feeling it’s teasing what will be the best movie of 2012.

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What Is TESOL And How To Teach It

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

Demands for the employ of the English language have increased over the years and globalization has led to many countries teaching English as a second language. The teaching of English as a second language has led to the development of many acronyms. Thus, what is TESOL, and its methods are the topic of this essay.

English has always been the business language of the earth. Up until 10 years ago most magazines and research were published only in English, so it was really vital that students could glance at and inscribe English. However nowadays many human beings all encircling the earth demand to employ spoken English in their daily lifetime.

At first all of the programs were called ESL, English as a second language. They were incorporated into classes for students who were not native English speakers. Then it changed to TEFL, teaching English as a foreign language in some countries like Russia, where English is not used everyday.

However in other countries like India and Singapore, the English language is the official language of the administration and businesses. So the courses were called TESEL, teaching English as a second language.

Finally as English became more vital, the linguists combined the two acronyms into TESOL, teaching English to speakers of other languages. And immediately there are many private language institutes, language centers, colleges and universities that offer courses in TESOL.

There are immediately many companies offering certification and accreditation for teachers who desire to teach overseas. It is a excellent opportunity for teachers to travel and see the earth. Some courses are only 4 weeks with some student teaching, while others are online courses for 120 hours.

There are over 60 countries that offer this accreditation, and they employ either British English or American English. The preference is more towards American English since the pronunciation is simpler.

There is a fantastic demand for these English teachers since they have been trained with skills to aid students know and employ the language. The emphasis is for communication and is student centered participation.

Teachers usually talk also much, so they must constitute activities that encourage the students to talk. The teacher pairs the students and has them inquiry each other, or give a list of things and have the students rank them in importance.

The most vital mark is communication, not on grammar. Many students are shy to talk since they dread making a mistake. The teacher must clarify that as extended as both human beings know each other, then they are communicating.

Children learn a language by repetition and initially do not study grammar. So the teacher must constitute an atmosphere where all students desire to talk, and walk encircling and listen to all the students discussions. Teachers do not fair simple mistakes, only encourage communication.

Of direction the teacher incorporates fresh vocabulary into dialogues, and teaches listening skills. Teachers encourage watching TV or listening to radio programs in English, much if the student does not know everything. Practicing every day is vital and needs to be emphasized.

So many fantastic strides foreword have been made in understanding what is TESOL, and how it should be taught. The first goal is to get students to really be able to communicate in every day English.

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