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Archive for May, 2014

Meet the Owl Man – Prank Video

A prank video of a supernatural ‘Owl Man’ terrorising urban explorers and photographers has caused a sensation on the web, notching up nearly a million plays in just a few days.
The footage was shot in the UK on cameras hidden in a derelict hospital that is popular with photographers and hairy-types who are looking to soak up the atmosphere of an abandoned ruin (we know it sounds kinda weird, but for some people it’s a hobby.)
What they didn’t realise was that they were about to be stalked by an evil-looking Owl Man, who in reality was a six foot bloke in a horror costume.
The resulting video shows innocent and unassuming every day explorers wandering around the abandoned St Mary’s Children’s Hospital in Kent, unknowingly being stalked. When Own Man finally pounces they shit their pants.

 

Source: FilmOn

UsenetSever’s New and Improved Global Search Feature

UsenetServer,  the lowest priced and best value Usenet access provider has been working hard to bring new updates and features to their subscribers.  Most recently they have released a new version of the Global Search feature giving users even better search results and quicker NZB generation.

Global Search is a free tool that subscribers can use to instantly find and transfer what they want from Usenet without subscribing to newsgroups and downloading massive amounts of headers. It’s now possible for all UsenetServer users to quickly and easily search the entire binary article newsgroup retention of 2200+ days and compile a custom NZB of the search results. Check out our Global Search demo, here.

Binary Newsgroup retention is the length of time that a binary newsgroup article post is available to subscribers.  2200+ days of retention means that UsenetServer subscribers can access binary newsgroup posts that were added up to 2200 days ago, with 99% completion.

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World Lens Visual Translation App

Google has purchased Word Lens, an impressive app that translates foreign languages in real time using the iPhone and Android smartphone built-in camera. It’s now free for a limited time.

Back in 2010, a company called Quest Visual debuted a little app called Word Lens. It scarcely seemed possible, but the app translated a number of different languages in real time using just the smartphone’s camera. When traveling in a foreign country, Word Lens users would simply hold the phone up to a sign and the camera would immediately translate it.

Currently, users can translate between English and Portuguese, German, Italian, French, Russian, and Spanish.

It’s easy to see why Google would want to own it — its stated mission is to make all the world’s information searchable in any language — and Google Translate generally does this quite well, at least for web pages.

With Word Lens, iPhone users can translate the world. Apple even featured the app in its recent “Powerful” television ad for the iPhone 5s, and it’s obvious why.

Even better, it doesn’t require a connection to the internet, which is another benefit for business travelers.

Source: TechRepublic