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ENTERTAINMENT
October 11, 2012 | By Rebecca Keegan
NEW YORK - As they swept through airports while making their ambitious, risky new movie, "Cloud Atlas," directors Andy and Lana Wachowski got used to answering a surprisingly tough question from customs officials. "They'd say, 'What's your movie about?'" said Andy. "It's about the sum of human experience. They always look up and go, 'Oh, really…'" "Our target audience is customs officials," whispered Lana. PHOTOS: Scenes from 'Cloud Atlas' Actually, their target audience is grown-ups.
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NEWS
October 8, 2012 | By Dianne de Guzman
When looking at wood from the Los Angeles company Timeline, one can't help but fall for the illusion. You're not really looking at vintage wood salvaged from an aged barn. Those are newly painted boards covering the floors and walls of the Timeline showroom downtown - new boards made to look old. The company handcrafts each one, creating nicks and scratches in the wood to mimic the rough surface of reclaimed lumber. Paint is layered in a manner that plays off other coats as well as the texture of the wood.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 23, 2012 | By Glenn Whipp
Aaron Paul blinked back tears from the podium as he accepted his second supporting actor Emmy for his turn as the troubled Jesse Pinkman on “Breaking Bad.” Paul said he didn't expect to win, figuring his costar Giancarlo Esposito would take the trophy, as many predicted, for playing the drug kingpin Gus Fring. EMMYS:  Full coverage  |  Winners  |  Reactions  |  Red carpet arrivals  |  Timeline  |  Highlights  |  Best & worst “I cried in his arms and said, 'It doesn't make sense to me that I was on that stage and you're not,'” Paul said backstage.
BUSINESS
September 18, 2012 | By Salvador Rodriguez
Twitter introduced a feature similar to Facebook's "Cover Photo" that allows users to post a large personal picture to their profile page. It also updated the apps for using Twitter on mobile devices such as iPhones and iPads as well as phones running Android. Users can now add large photos that will appear above their tweets on their profile page, a feature Twitter is calling the "Header Photo. " But the Header Photo is hardly innovative. Facebook introduced something similar called the Cover Photo back when it announced its new Timeline profiles late last year.
BUSINESS
September 6, 2012 | By Salvador Rodriguez
LinkedIn announced it has introduced redesigned business profiles, which are officially known as Company Pages, to make them more helpful to users than they previously were. However, one of the new features looks a lot like that of a LinkedIn competitor's, and that's because the professional social network has added new images to the top of Company Pages that look like the Cover Photos used by Facebook for user profiles and their business pages. "We know a picture is worth a thousand words, so we've provided companies with the ability to easily add an image that best represents their company and brand," LinkedIn said in a press release.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 13, 2012 | By Matt Donnelly
While the closing ceremony of the London Olympics allegedly marked historic viewership on Sunday, the silver medal in entertainment news undoubtedly went to Jennifer Aniston's engagement. Accepting a ring from boyfriend Justin Theroux, news of their promise to marry comes as a thrilling new chapter for Aniston fans: the potential end of the wrenching Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie triangle that's been lining tabloid pockets since 2005. Headlines like "Has Jen finally found her happy ending?"
BUSINESS
August 2, 2012 | By Ryan Faughnder
In a not-very-subtle jab against Facebook, Google+ head Vic Gundotra says he's not opening up the social network's app development platform yet in part to avoid “ screwing over developers .” In case you missed it, disgruntled veteran developer Dalton Caldwell on Wednesday published a scathing open letter to Facebook in which he accused the company of trying to bully him into joining its App Center team. Caldwell, cofounder of iMeem and PicPlz, wrote the letter after he presented a product from his start-up App.net, which uses the Facebook platform, to Facebook executives.
BUSINESS
July 31, 2012 | By Salvador Rodriguez
Facebook has started to roll out "save for later," a new feature on its app and website that lets users store friends' posts to read later. Users will begin seeing the feature pop up on their mobile devices with a notification explaining that they can hold down anywhere on a post to save it. On facebook.com, users will start to see a button reading "Save" alongside posts' "Like," "Comment" and "Share" buttons. ROUNDUP: The freshest Facebook features To access the content, users can go to the menu bar of the mobile version of Facebook and will soon find a "Saved" section within the "Favorites" portion of the menu.
SCIENCE
July 30, 2012
1960 USSR - Marsnik 1: Rocket failed USSR - Marsnik 2: Rocket failed 1962 USSR - Sputnik 22: Exploded in Earth orbit during Cuban missile crisis; debris triggered U.S. early warning radar systems. USSR - Mars 1: Radio failed at 65.9 million miles. USSR - Sputnik 24: Achieved Earth orbit only. 1964 U.S. - Mariner 3: Cover of craft never detached from rocket. U.S. - Mariner 4: First Mars success; returned 21 photos.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 26, 2012 | By Matt Donnelly
Kristen Stewart's "indiscretion" with director Rupert Sanders has brought another saga to "Twilight" town, and fallout with Stewart's boyfriend Robert Pattinson and Sanders' wife Liberty Ross is to be expected. To head off any confusion, the Ministry offers this time line of the action (pun intended), as reported by Us Weekly, and the latest on where the players stand: July 17: The day the lights went off in Forks, Wash. Tuesday the 17th saw Stewart departing the Los Feliz home she shared with Pattinson for a routine gym run, said the bombshell report, but winding up on a detour to the Westside of L.A. for a parking-lot make-out session with Sanders.
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