McLaren have established that Kovalainen’s speed was approximately 240km/h when his front-left tyre deflated and about 130km/h when he hit the tyre barrier. He experienced a 27g deceleration.
I recently updated both my sort–blogroll–using–feeds plugins:
Don’t bother updating if its already working fine for you.
Formula1.com takes a look at the history of the Spanish Grand Prix before this year’s race. Its got an interesting past.
The closest five-car finish in a Spanish Grand Prix - and a spectacular sight - occurred at Jarama in 1981, when Gilles Villeneuve (Ferrari) led home Jacques Laffite (Ligier-Matra at 0.22 sec), John Watson (McLaren-Ford at 0.58sec), Carlos Reutemann (Williams-Ford at 1.01sec) and Elio de Angelis (Lotus-Ford at 1.24sec).
That sure would’ve been an awesome race.
CNN is now selling shirts with headlines.
[…] what’s great is that you can fuck with the URL and generate shirts (complete with the CNN logo) like I Prefer MSNBC or Wolf Blitzer is Hairy or Fire David Payne (senior vice president and general manager of CNN.com).
I doubt they thought getting a good programmer was important.
In the three years or so that I’ve been using and learning Photoshop, I was never able to get a grasp of the Pen tool and thus would always shy away from any drawing related work. Not anymore.
This tutorial made it seem so easy. Highly recommended for amateur Photoshoppers still shy of Paths and the Pen tool.
He [Schumacher] won more Grands Prix, he won more championship titles, he scored more championship points, he appeared on the podium more times, he took more pole positions and set more fastest laps of the race than any other driver in F1 history.
James Allen gives a mostly unbiased account of how and why Schumacher managed such a career in this biography. He takes up the innumerable controversies that Schumacher’s career was dotted with, all of which make for a very interesting read.
I was hooked to the book the moment I started reading it, especially because I was mostly unaware of any Formula 1 history. It made me see the sport in a whole new way. Highly recommended for all F1 fans.
[…] if hell is expanding at a slower rate than the rate at which souls enter hell, then the temperature and pressure in hell will increase until all hell breaks loose (i.e.,Hell is exothermic).
Of course, if hell is expanding at a rate faster than the increase of souls in hell, than the temperature and pressure will drop until hell freezes over (i.e.,Hell is endothermic).
So which is it? […]
Full proof provided, and make sure you read it! (Via Aditya)
I don’t know which caption goes better — “Seriously, what the fuck were they thinking?” or “Microsoft at its best”. You decide. (Via Daring Fireball)
I’m constantly being surprised by excellent, short and song–free Bollywood comedies like Bheja Fry. I was a bit disappointed when I read this though:
Bheja Fry is an Indian film and a frame to frame remake of the French movie Le Dîner de cons.
Perian is a free, open source QuickTime component that adds native support for many popular video formats.
Just incase you’re using a Mac and haven’t heard of Perian (because I just found out that my two best friends hadn’t).
Totally Boss! Doesn’t even have to try.
The KM Music Conservatory is an attempt to recreate a world–class orchestra for the enjoyment of India’s people. Currently Indian composers must go abroad to find orchestras to record. The vision of KM Music Conservatory is to eliminate this obstacle and provide an exemplary orchestra here in India.
With a long term goal of becoming a music school offering a bachelor’s degree, this is a great step towards the revival of classical art and music in India. Watch the introduction video (part 2). (Via Rakesh)
That’s quite a long list of viral marketing sites for The Dark Knight, although I wouldn’t be surprised if there were more.
Update: Added ‘Gotham Police Major Crimes Unit’ and ‘Gotham Intercontinental Hotel’ to the list.
This is great news, and was apparently announced sometime in May last year. I was a big fan of Tintin comics back in the day and I’m glad to know that Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson are going to be behind the movies, because I trust them to preserve the spirit of Tintin creator Hergé.