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Estylo 1.1 Campaign on Kickstarter.com
Written by Charles   
Thursday, 10 November 2011 16:25

Fernando Jimenez is a long time member of AN. In fact, he was a student of mine years ago as a teenager. Now he's on to exciting things developing new and buying tramadol online innovative products and apps for the iPhone and the iPad through a company he's formed called Plai. This one in particular is very intriguing as it is the how to buy viagra on-line only product of buying viagra online in australia its kind that allows users to turn their iPads into art pads.

It's called the "Estylo 1.1" and as part of its launch, Fernando has taken it to it's cool best price on propecia Kickstart.com in a campaign to raise funds to market this compelling. Estylo 1.1 is the first and only wooden stylus to work on capacitive touch screens such as the iPad. The goal was to create a completely eco friendly product that would inspire the imagination. Designed for artists seeking greater accuracy over their work, it can also be used for writing or simply navigating the Web. Estylo uses high quality conductive materials so no extra pressure is needed for it to be detected by the device. Estylo is in effect, a pencil for the iPad.

Follow this link to the Estylo campaign on visit our site best natural viagra Kickstarter and check out what it's all about. Please consider supporting Fernando and Plai as they endeavor to move forward with the noubai.com Estylo 1.1.

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'Parigot' - More animation from France
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Tuesday, 08 November 2011 23:52

ANer hcjehg from HoBSoft has brought yet another animated film to viagra medication for erection our attention from France. This one is entitled "Parigot" and is purchase cymbalta online exquisite in its design and breathtaking in its animated complexity. Parigot is produced by a small group of very talented artists. Their website is in the works but you can see it as it's coming along here. As an added bonus, he's inlcuded a link to the animatic. Click here to access the Forum topic.

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Fracking - An animated explanation
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Monday, 07 November 2011 22:17

A couple of days ago in the US the state of Oklahoma experienced an earthquake, the biggest in its recorded history. Oklahoma does not have very many earthquakes at all, so this one was intriguing. Turns out the epicenter of the quake is in the heart of an area where "fracking" is used to extract oil and natural gas from deep below the surface.

Fracking is controversial as it involves pumping water, sand and levitra on line chemicals under pressure to force out gas and oil, especially natural gas. Here's an animated film I discovered, produced by Earthjustice.org that explains the process and the environmental and health risks associated with it. The Forum topic is here with additional videos describing problems with fracking available for you to see.

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A fresh look at Disney's 'Tangled'
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Saturday, 05 November 2011 19:01

Recently I had an opportunity to see "Tangled" and after re-assimilating the visit our site cialis dose experience after its theatrical run last year, I'm compelled to offer my comments and say that it is an absolutely fantastic film. Tangled is by far a much better movie than it's initially given credit for.

The production quality is www.kool995.com excellent, the story moves along nicely, the acting is terrific, so's the music and orchestration, and the design is everything one would expect from the studio's outstanding staff. Above all, the relationship between the two central characters is very touching and believable, and with an exceptional villain in the great Disney tradition. To top it off, there's several places where the viewer will be challenged to hold back the tears.

While not perfect, it is in no doubt one of www.danradcliffe.com the best, if not the best animated feature Disney has produced since I don't know when, in my opinion. Here's a sequence from Tangled to where to buy viagra online enjoy...

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Ward Kimball's 'The Committee' from 1949
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Friday, 04 November 2011 17:41

Heard from Jim Clark today concerning this painting recently discovered and viagra online order attributed to Ward Kimball, one of the venerable Nine Old Men from the Golden Age of Disney Animation.


Jim has this to say about the special work of art from one of animation's most brilliant talents...

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WARD KIMBALL - "THE COMMITTEE" - ON PBS
Look for a special episode of Antiques Roadshow featuring "The Committee", on PBS from Eugene in early 2012!

I had the levitra 100 opportunity to bring "The Committee" to the Roadshow this summer for review in Eugene, Oregon. Appraiser, Leila Dunbar (best known for sports memorabilia appraisals) immediately recognized the piece as a Kimball. Apparently her father was an expert on Disney and animation history, so Leila took to the piece and put us on the air. The Committee played amazing on the monitor and when it hits the air in 2012 the whole country will learn about Ward Kimball, his contributions and his work.

The Committee, 1949
Ward Kimball 1914-2002
Oil on Masonite
24in. x 42in

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For more about what we can look forward to concerning Ward Kimball's painting being featured on The Antiques Roadshow on PBS (Public Broadcasting System in the US)  follow this link to the AN Forums. 

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