Tuesday, 23 October 2012

IRON MAN 3 | Poster | 'Iron Man 3' Trailer | Fan Made | and Roumers

The first trailer for “Iron Man 3” debuted Tuesday, giving fans a glimpse of Tony Stark's new armor, snazzy show
Marvel's "Iron Man 3" pits brash-but-brilliant industrialist Tony Stark/Iron Man against an enemy whose reach knows no bounds. When Stark finds his personal world destroyed at his enemy's hands, he embarks on a harrowing quest to find those responsible. This journey, at every turn, will test his mettle. With his back against the wall, Stark is left to survive by his own devices, relying on his ingenuity and instincts to protect those closest to him. As he fights his way back, Stark discovers the answer to the question that has secretly haunted him: does the man make the suit or does the suit make the man?

Starring Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow, Don Cheadle, Guy Pearce, Rebecca Hall, Stephanie Szostak, James Badge Dale with Jon Favreau and Ben Kingsley, "Iron Man 3" is directed by Shane Black from a screenplay by Drew Pearce and Shane Black and is based on Marvel's iconic Super Hero Iron Man, who first appeared on the pages of "Tales of Suspense" (#39) in 1963 and had his solo comic book debut with "The Invincible Iron Man" (#1) in May of 1968.

iPad Mini

Apple a few days ahead of the event which reportedly will announce the iPad Mini, the rumors continue about the device. There are many things that anticipated from the iPad Mini, from the screen, feature Siri, to 3G connectivity. But until now there has been no confirmation from Apple about new products, in addition to a media invitation...
Apple a few days ahead of the event which reportedly will announce the iPad Mini, the rumors continue about the device. There are many things that anticipated from the iPad Mini, from the screen, feature Siri, to 3G connectivity.

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But until now there has been no confirmation from Apple about new products, in addition to a media
invitation to an event disseminated on October 23 in San Jose, California. Still, many series of interesting things that have been associated with the iPad Mini, like 13 rumors compiled by Mashable, Monday (22/10/2012).
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1. The screen size of 7.85 inches: Measuring 7.85, screen iPad Mini will be 2 inches smaller than the current iPad. But size is considered larger than most current small-screen tablet that is 7 inches.

2. Name tablet is likely to iPad Mini or iPad Water: Source of the calling indutsri small tablet Apple as "iPad Mini" for months. But Apple will likely change, and could have chosen the name "iPad Air".

3. Screen resolution 1024 x 786: Resolution iPad Mini likely to be similar to the first iPad and iPad 2, with a 4:3 aspect ratio.

4. Mini iPad will be thinner: pernagkat is expected to be thinner than the current iPad and the iPhone version.

Frame around the screen, rumored to be thicker at the top and bottom. According to Apple blogger John grubber from Daring Fireball, "iPad Mini" will have space for the home button and the camera, and has a thin design on the side.

5. A5 Processor: The iPad Mini is expected to be similar to the iPad 2. Berbedar rumors say that the A5 processor, the iPad Mini will have 512 MB of RAM.

6. Lightning Connector: Mini iPad will reportedly have a dock connector as the iPhone 5 Lightning, which is 80 percent smaller than the 30-pin connector.

7. Possible 3G connection: The debate whether the iPad Mini will have 3G or not happen for a couple of week. However, the site claims to have a section ukrainianiphone.com iPad Mini and mentions 3G antenna area on the device.

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Monday, 22 October 2012

::Taylor Swift:: Begin Again Song

About the Song:
Released: 2012
Writing Credits: Taylor Swift
Label: Big Machine Records
Genre: Country, Pop
Rating: 4 ½ out of 5
Debut: #1
The Story: Following the end of a relationship, a girl finally decides, eight months later to go on a first date, again starting over, taking that first step to begin a new relationship, renewing her faith in love.
My Thoughts: After her chart-topping first single from the upcoming album, Red, Taylor Swift has again enchanted us with the second track from said album in this song that seems to retreat to her country roots. When I first listened to it, I was unimpressed by, what seemed, a copy-cat plot. On the surface, it comes across no different than Swift’s usual writing and in many platforms it is. Multiple plays since has changed my mind – this song is so much better than ‘We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.’ For the first time in a long time, a Swift song tells a compelling story of new love that paints the hero as a gentleman (the sort of guy the fairer sex often thinks makes them look weak! What-ever!). In novels, songwriting or film, no matter the media, it is hard to find a guy who fits that description – when we do, it’s usually after a “search,” so I do applaud Taylor for giving us a guy who stands when she enters the room or pulls out his date’s chair as Taylor replies, and you don't know how nice that is.

::Taylor Swift:: Red Song

About the Song:
Released: 2012
Writing Credits: Taylor Swift
Label: Big Machine Records
Genre: Country, Pop
Rating: 4 ½ out of 5
Debut: #1 (on iTunes)
The Story: Recounting all the emotions that come with a whirlwind romance – missing, losing, loving are likened to the colors, grey, blue and red.All with another spin on swirling emotions that come with the end of a relationship. 

My Thoughts: From the opening stanza of ‘Red,’ I sort of fell for this song. The third song to be released from Swift’s upcoming album (coincidentally, also this track is the title song) as a part of the iTunes countdown she is promoting and so far, it may be my favorite

::Carrie Underwood:: Good Girl Song

About the Song:
Released: 2012
Writing Credits: Carrie Underwood, Chris DeStefano and Ashley Gorley
Label: 19 Recordings
Genre: Country, Pop
Debut: #1
My Thoughts: although “Good Girl” has a ring of familiarity to it, it does not diminish how awesome this track is – seriously. Each time I listen to it, I like it more. (I’ve probably listened to it half-a-dozen times since its release Thursday!) As early reviews have claimed, Carrie nails this song – yet again. In much the tradition of her prior tracks, I don’t feel like we are being asked to listen to a song that has been sung time and again only with different titles and words (example being “Cowboy Casanova”) but rather another destined-to-become-number-one-single from an artist who is multi-talented.

The message of the song itself has a good-bad vibe going for it. On the one hand, it is encouraging girls to stay away from guys that are “bad news” but on the other hand, in getting there, some of the lines aren’t always above criticism.

::Tin Man:: Review

From what little I know of the SyFy channel, it is known for its creative – or wacky! – productions. Inspired by one of their more recent miniseries, Alice I decided this was worth a look. Once again, a fantasy lovers dream is nurtured in this crazy six-hour series (or four-and-a-half hours courtesy of the DVD).

Adventure is something that Dorothy Gail (Zooey Deschnel) – or DG, as she is commonly known, is ready to allow for in her life. In fact, she craves something more than the dusty town she has known since childhood. Her life isn’t dreadful but it is far from fulfilling her curious personality. Living with her beloved parents’ on their little farm, her days consist of waitressing and getting caught for speeding on her motorbike. Tired of the fines, she dreams of taking off to fulfill her grand notions. Her mother (Gwynyth Walsh) is worried for DG but it is her father (Kevin McNulty) who seems to understand her best. The two are most suited. It is he who shares some of life’s most valuable lessons no matter how tiring they can be, and whom DG confides most in about the nightmares; one of bears, apples and a woman who is warning DG of a storm. During an unexplained tornado, their home is invaded by cloaked men with guns; the three barely escape with their lives and DG is separated from her parents. Waking up in a forest puzzles DG as do the small dwarf men who suddenly surround her accusing her of being a spy for the “witch.” Captured by these funny little men, DG is met with another surprise when she befriends fellow prisoner Glitch (Alan Cumming), a funny man with half a brain, who still keeps his wits about him. Escaping when the longcoats come searching, DG and Glitch set out for the central road to make it to The Outer Zone, where answers may exist… but DG soon realizes that the witch Azkadellia (Kathleen Robertson) is actively searching for her capture…

Book ::Winning Balance:: Shawn Johnson

About the Book:
Author: Shawn Johnson
Publisher: Tyndale
Publication Date: 2012
Genre: Autobiography, General
My Thoughts: There probably are not many of us who have not heard of the pint-sized, gold-medal-winning gymnast who won over the heart of America at the 2008 Olympic Games. If her name is not familiar from the sport that she excels at, then you probably “met” her on the eighth season of ABC’s Dancing with the Stars (which she also won). This book is a journal of sorts that she has written for her fans about her life so far – her growth in maturity and her faith; the lessons life has taught her and getting back to the place where she is more happy – and healthy. It is rare that I read books in which the celebrity name emblazoned on the front shares their life’s story. My tastes seem more suited to fiction but I do not regret having read this book in the least. Not knowing much about Shawn’s private life so much as her professional one (even that is limited), I enjoyed getting to “know” her as a person and not a mere celebrated figure who’s spotlight was made bright by her appearance at the Olympics – and subsequently her gold-medal win. If you’ve followed this athlete, I’d wager that in reading this, you will learn a lot of things about Shawn you didn’t know. Some that may even surprise you.

Perhaps the most insightful parts of this book are Shawn’s profession about her family’s faith – their belief in God but infrequent church attendance. Biblically, we are told that Christianity is a hard maintain without gathering with others at Sunday services but I don’t believe that someone cannot have a genuine relationship with Christ if they don’t attend church. Within these pages, Shawn shares about her growing faith in a heartfelt way that makes the reader believe she enjoys nothing less than a daily walk with Him. Raised with the “basic” knowledge of Christianity (she writes about her parents being strong Christians), it wasn’t until she was a teen that Shawn began to crave knowing her Savior more than as just the God she was taught was the Creator – she wanted to actually know Him. I found this a really hard read to get “into.” I was impressed with its easy writing style – Shawn is in fact, a poet (the style was simple with favorite quotes opening each chapter and 'lessons learned' to close) but it seemed I had to push myself to read more than a chapter or two at a time. That first 70-some pages were such a challenge because much of its focus is in gymnasts terms – the techniques they use and what makes a perfect performance – and although everything is explained, I found myself more confused than not. Given that, I was surprised that the last third of the novel went so quickly – before I knew it, I had basically read the rest of the book in one afternoon. And let me tell you, I enjoyed every minute of it.

The Hunger Games Review

Today, I am thrilled to bring all my readers a book review of The Hunger Games at Scribbles, Scripts and Such. Brought to you by Danielle from Book or Big Screen? (Welcome back, Danielle!) I asked her if she'd be willing to guest post here again by writing something on the book that has everyone in a flurry of excitement for the March 2012 release of the big-screen movie starring newcomer Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth - she graciously agreed. Thank you so much, Danielle - I enjoyed reading your wonderful review, and I hope all  of you will too. Find out what Danielle thought of this, the "new 'Twilight'" below.

The Hunger Games – Review
Every now and then, it’s nice to pick up a book that’s easy to read. The pages are crispy and white; the words are set in a large, clear font, and the story unravels in a direct first-person narrative. It’s also nice to pick up a book that you can’t bear to put down. The Hunger Games has all of these elements. It is YA at its best – a riveting, fast-paced story with intriguing characters, loads of action, and a love triangle that will have all the girls swooning, Twilight style. I will call it now – by this time next year, Edward and Jacob will be well and truly out, and it will be ‘Team Peeta’ or ‘Team Gale’ all the way. I devoured this book in two nights, and wished that I didn’t have to work or sleep so that I could finish it sooner.

::Adventure in an Apocalyptic World:: The Hunger Games

Reading this novel was… interesting. I read it not for a multitude of reasons but one: Simply put, I was darn curious about it. To give a bit of background on my exposure to The Hunger Games before news of the big-screen adaptation broke (dare I say this…), I had never heard of this trilogy. Shocking, I know. Anyway, after all of the buzz surrounding the series seemed to capture my attention, I asked Danielle if she would be willing to write a review on the book for my blog, and she graciously accepted. After that, I couldn’t hold out any longer and succumb to my curiosity. The book both entertained me and also annoyed me as a reader.
Since I have a review already posted here, I have decided to write more about what I hope is left intact in the movie. (Only be warned: This is a looong "review.")

About the book:
Author: Suzanne Collins
Publisher: Scholastic
Publication Date: 2008
Genre: General, Teen, Fiction
The Story: Collin’s popular teen saga revolves around an annual tradition in a tyrant world in which the “Capitol” punishes each of its surrounding 12 districts because of a long-ago rebellion. The punishment is to take away residents children by holding an “event” that picks one boy and one girl minor from each district that then pits the 24 contestants against each other in a battle that could either result in fame and fortune – or death.
My Thoughts: I’ll just admit it. I read this for one reason and one reason only. Because of its popularity, I saw the book everywhere and as a result I succumbed to curiosity. There probably isn’t one person (well, maybe that is exaggerating a bit) who has not already read this book and is counting down the hours (or minutes, perhaps) until the major motion picture releases in a couple of weeks. In all honestly, I did not particularly love the book. My initial reaction was that the premise was a bit… primitive. The idea that young minds are asked to kill one another simply for the sport of their political leaders is troubling. With that being said, I am definitely not against fighting when it comes to protecting freedoms or self-defense. Fortunately, I was able to still like its main protagonists, Katniss and Peeta, not only because they were forced into a ritual they did not want but because their only “kills” were either for survival or unintentional.
The book is written in the first person, which admittedly I am not all that fond of. It seems to stifle so much about the book. For starters it only allows the reader into the thought process of one person and I find that a bit uninteresting, and it seems to be more difficult for me as the reader to really get “into” the story. Getting other characters perspective is just one of the things I am most anticipating about the movie. Below I am listing what I hope the movie adaptation strengthens...

Taylor Swift - Red Song and lyrics

 Taylor Swift - Red lyrics
Artist : Taylor Swift
The title song : Red
Songwriters :

Loving him is like driving a new Maserati down a dead end street
Faster than the wind
Passionate as sin, ended so suddenly
Loving him is like trying to change your mind
Once you’re already flying through the free fall
Like the colors in autumn
So bright just before they lose it all

Buy Online Goats, Bakra, Cows For Eid Qurbani 2012

Eid Ul Adha also known as big Eid is one of the Islamic festival that is celebrated every year on 10th day of Duhl-Hijja of Islamic Calendar and celebrations counties for 3 days.

It is celebrated after the Hajj. This year 2012 Eid Ul Adha will be celebrated on 26 October. On Eid Ul Adha Muslims also gives sacrifice of animals in memory of Sacrifice by Prophet Abraham A.S. Mostly Sacrifice of Goats, Cows and Camels are done.

In Pakistan as well every year millions of Animals are sacrificed on Eid. Many people faces problem in buying Animals for Qurbani on Eid. Others don't have time to buy. so there is good news for such people that now you can buy the Cows, Goats, Camels for Qurbani online sitting in your home.

Here are some sites for buying Qurbani online:


Sunday, 21 October 2012

Orionid Meteor Shower 2012 this weekend -- Watch for Fireballs

One of the more spectacular meteor showers of the year peaks overnight Saturday, with perhaps 60 visible meteors an hour. Fireballs -- any meteor brighter than Venus -- are likely as Orionids plunge into the atmosphere at 148,000 miles per hour.
Soon, Earth will pass through a stream of debris from Halley's Comet, source of the annual Orionid meteor shower. Forecasters expect 25 meteors per hour when the shower peaks on Oct. 21, 2012. The shower should be at its peak the night of Saturday, Oct. 20, until just before dawn on Oct. 21. This year, the moon will be setting at about midnight, which will keep the sky darkened enough that -- barring cloud cover -- an observer should be able to see up to 15 meteors per hour.

Bollywood Actress Pictures

We have seen several Bollywood Actresses in the industry who look beautiful only in makeups BUT those hot babes looks ugly without makeup However Pakistani Actresses without Makeup looks much better than Bollywood Actresses without Makeup. For confirmation, see Deepika Padukone without Makeup and you will realize how ugly she looks without makeup. But there are several Desi Models who dont need makeup to enhance their beauty. They are naturally beautiful and attractive. See Below Pictures of Desi Indian Model Girls. Every one is looking so beautiful and simply the gorgeous.