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Once Upon A Time – Fairytale TV show Story

Once upon a time, where almost all fairytale stories start so what’s the difference with this TV show? Let me tell you now that the fairytale stories that you’ve heard of or have watch since you were young isn’t what it all seems.

Once Upon A time MermaidsIt all started with the hatred of the Evil Queen Regina (Lana Parilla) to her stepdaughter Snow White that she even asked the help of Rumplestiltskin (Robert Carlyle), an evil sorcerer, to conjure a curse, a curse that so powerful it will rift of all the happy endings of everyone, everyone except the Evil Queen of course as her happy ending is to see Snow White miserable but alas every curse can be broken. Snow White (Ginnifer Goodwin) and her husband Prince Charming (Josh Dallas) feeling responsible for their current predicament have tried to think of plans after plans for them to break this curse. Snow White who was pregnant then felt fear for her unborn child that she convinced Prince Charming to let her seek answer through Rumplestiltskin.

They were given an answer; a savior will break the curse which happens to be their baby. The curse was casted and all fairytale legends we know are swallowed by purple clouds to God knows where.

28 years later, Emma Swan (Jennifer Morrison) who was revealed to have escaped the curse by a magical wardrobe was found by Henry Mills (Jared S. Gilmore), the son that she gave up for adoption 10 years ago. He brought her to Storybrooke, Maine, the town where the residents of the Enchanted Forest now resides.
Not so bad right? ECK WRONG! The twist to this story is that no one remembers who they were, they were given false identities and here’s the best part, they were kept frozen for the while 28 years. Now it’s up to Emma, with the aid of Henry and his Once Upon A Time book of fairytales that holds the key on how she will break the curse. And if you think that’s crazy how about Regina, the Evil Queen is also the one who adopted Henry. Conflict after conflict just happens to happen.

The show also shows us the past of our favorite fairy tale character’s past. You will see how the show made the original fairytale into somethingOnce upon a time misty town even more. Some of them are made from being all smooth sailing stories into one with a sad twist or things that you’ve never even predicted. The show not only revolves on the world of Storybrooke or the Enchanted Forest because in the second and third season, the story revolves around Neverland and the fourth season, you’ll never guess where, it’s Arendelle! Yup, they even included the fictional movie, Frozen.
This show is just getting better and better.

More fairy tale characters introduced, more twist ahead and you will definitely use that detective skills of yours because you just can’t stop on finding clues after clues, guessing what will happen and so much more. It’s not your cliché romantic show, it’s mixed with romance, angst, comedy, action, fantasy, and a lot more. It is now on its second half of season four which will premiere on Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.

What We Do in the Shadows – A Vampire Comedy

Horror comedies are a rare breed, but when they come along they will either be a huge hit, or a whimpering disappointment. Destined to go on to become cult hits forever. Ghostbusters certainly achieved the former back in 1984 and is still much loved to this day, by blending horror elements with comical characters. Shaun of the Dead followed suit in 2004, becoming the world’s first Rom-Zom-Com.

What We Do in the Shadows castEdgar Wright’s feature film directorial debut, after the cult favourite Spaced, perfectly blended the zombie horror genre with comedy. The vampire genre is up next and Taika Waititi’s What We Do in the Shadows is the first feature since Boy (2010). Co-written by Flight of the Conchords’ Jermaine Clement, the film follows three flatmates as they struggle to deal with modern life, paying bills and dealing with difficult housemates, and they all happen to be centuries old vampires.

Shot in a mockumentary style, like This is Spinal Tap, the film follows four centuries old flatmates; Viago, Deacon, Vladislav and Petyr as they struggle to adapt to modern life. Sharing a flat in the suburbs of Wellington, New Zealand, the film stars both Taika Waititi and Jermaine Clement, who previously worked on Eagle vs Shark (2007). Clement, who is one part of New Zealand’s fourth most popular folk duo, Flight of the Conchords, with Brett McKensie. Before it became a comedy hit on HBO in 2007, the comedy band was a popular BBC radio series. With the second season ending in 2009 with no further seasons, Flight of the Conchords are on permanent hiatus until a potential film or reunion tour happens. Joining Jermain Clement in What We Do in the Shadows is another Flight of the Conchords regular in New Zealand’s comic Rhys Darby as a werewolf called Anton.

Up until very recently, What We Do in the Shadows had great trouble with distribution within the United States. With only a limited release in the US, just two venues, it needed a Kickstarter campaign to increase distribution. Started in January, the campaign needed $400,000 in order to fund the incredible expenses required for distribution throughout the United States. This includes promotional material such as posters, trailers, advertising, publicity and of course the film reels themselves. Luckily, the target was achieved by 13th February and ensures the film was distributed around the whole of the US. The film was scheduled to be released on the 13th February in New York at Landmarks’ Sunshine Cinema and then on the West Coast in Los Angeles at the Arclight Cinemas/Hollywood. But with the target exceeded, What We Do in the Shadows can now

What We Do in the Shadows opened at the Sundance film festival in 2014, as well as being in the official selection of esteemed festivals such as SXSW, Berlin and Toronto film festivals. The film also was awarded the People’s Choice Award at the Toronto Film Festival in 2014. The film has also done well outside the festival circuit by being warmly received by most critics with the UK’s The Guardian’s resident film critic Peter Bradshaw describing it as one of the best comedies of the year.

The US wide release of What We Do in the Shadows is set for March this year and is available worldwide.

Andrew Watts’ Perception On Social Media Websites

Many people are now interested on the write-ups that was made by a real teenager – Andrew Watts – regarding social networking sites. This is now one of the most trending news commentary all over the world, because it was written from the point of view of the user and not through a third person interpretation by the mainstream media – who for all intents and purposes – work for the social media companies themselves.

Andrew Watts sitting on a benchA 19-year old boy named Andrew Watts who wrote his comprehensive ideas about the social apps based on how he apprehends it was really just an innocent take on the subject matter, as he tried to show to his friends about the benefits and disadvantages of social media sites. But it soon became one of the most read article on the internet by late February 2015 and for a good reason. The main difference between Watts’ article and the heavily marketed reviews about social media is that his was a more honest one, and there’s nothing like hearing the truth from someone who isn’t paid to talk about businesses, products or services!

His thoughts on social media demonstrate how apps like Facebook, Instagram, Google+ and others work basically and how it can be an inconvenient thing to use, simply because of peer pressure. He mentioned the harsh reality of the hardwired society that we live in now and what no one has ever talked about before – social pressure to have an online presence when in reality, you really don’t have to if you didn’t want to. It strips away your freedom to be different, to be independent because social media is “oh so cool” these days! Based on his write-ups, he stated that if Facebook gets all the good and bad photos then Instagram is more of a selective one or in layman’s terms – a dishonest way of showing your beauty to the world, which essentially creates a certain type of insecurity and character altogether.Andrew Watts

Of course you do understand that you can do like 20 – 40 different things everyday but now you have become preoccupied with social media instead of having a time to reflect on yourself and meditate in order to be at peace. This more than anything is what Watts’ wanted to say in his review, it’s okay to have Facebook or Twitter or Instagram but it’s also okay to unplug from them for a couple of hours to enjoy quality time with your family and friends as well as yourself.

Andrew Watts never anticipated that his write-ups would trend over social media, but the thing is that his thoughts explains truly how social apps work. An honest opinion that is enough to trigger the attention of several people to read on it. As of this time many of the readers gave their good complement, some of them overreacted, and some of them expressed their negative feelings. And many were asking Andrew’s idea about other things related to his composition.

Google Is Launching A New Version Of YouTube Designed Just For Kids

The vastly popular, Google-owned online video service YouTube will be launching a new version of the service called “KIdsTube” for mobile devices. The new KidsTube app is due to be available on Monday, February 23rd.

Youtube for kidsInitially, the new application will only be available for U.S.-based Android devices. Along with having the biggest repository of internet videos in the world, YouTube also has a service called “Music Key.” It is reportedly planning to release an ad-free version of the music software in the future.

KidsTube version of YouTube will contain child-friendly content suitable for kids ages 12 and under, and it will also include parental control features like a time-limiter for restricting video-viewing session times and a sound toggle feature so that the volume of the videos can be muted and unmuted. KidsTube will offer content from entertainment industry partners such as DreamWorks, Jim Henson TV, National Geographic and a number of high-profile YouTubers.

The app will not only provide youngsters with suitable content, it will also offer options for easily locating video materials. It will have dedicated channels as well as playlists that will span TV shows, exploration, music and learning experiences available.

A number of YouTube fans who are also parents of young children feel that this KidsTube app has been a “long time coming.” The initial announcement of the plans for the app was officially made back in March of 2014. No longer will parents of youngsters have to constantly worry about their kids accessing inappropriate YouTube content, and they can feel much more comfortable about allowing their children more extensive viewing times on KidsTube.

Japan’s New Version of Wearable Technology is Also Edible: Wearable Bananas and Tomatos

There seems to be a new breed of wearable devices and these are fruit-based. Forget the Apple Watch, these new wearable gadgets are banana and a tomato, and rumor has it that they are also edible (to an extent).

Edible wearable bananaThe Fitbit device counts how many steps you take and tracks your heart rate, but it cannot tell you when you need to eat a banana nor can it feed you a tomato. However, these newly revealed devices that were both inspired by and designed for the 2015 Tokyo Marathon in Japan apparently can.

A company called Kagome, which is a Japanese ketchup maker, created an 18-pound backpack that dispenses tomatoes. The gadget is a humanoid robot with a tomato head that literally straddles the shoulders of a runner and has an arm that comes down on command and “dispenses” tomatoes to the mouth of the runner.

A spokesperson from Kagome told the Wall Street Journal that the reason why it chose tomatoes is because they contain a high concentration of nutrients such as citric and amino acids and beta-carotene. They are also easier to access and consume than bananas are, which are a popular snack for runners in a marathon who need a quick energy boost.

Dole’s Japanese division is also stepping out into the wearables market as well. Dole, which is the biggest fruit and veggie company in the world, has introduced its edible wearable banana.

The wearable banana device features a small LED screen and sensors are embedded inside its peel. The peel is then stitched back together. The device measures race time and heart rate and it also displays encouragement tweets. It also advises runners when their potassium levels need to be recharged by eating more bananas.

Dole has sponsored the Tokyo Marathon for a number of years and in the past, it has handed out bananas with times and stats printed on their peels. This year, out of the 30,000 race participants, 2 of them will be able to wear the smart bananas on their wrists while they run in the marathon. An employee of the Kagome company will wear the tomato dispenser during the 5-kilometer fun run on Saturday. On Sunday, a runner sponsored by Kagome will wear a smaller version of the same product.

New AT&T Blackberry Classic And Passport Smartphones Will Be Made Available On 2/20/2015

In the past 6 months, BlackBerry has released 2 new business smartphones. However, there has not been any affordable way for U.S. consumers to get their hands on one—until now.

New AT&T Blackberry Classic And Passport Smartphones Will Be Made Available On 2:20:2015The BlackBerry Classic and the BlackBerry Passport have arrived on the AT&T network as of Friday, February 20th. The tech industry giant is the first primary U.S. smartphone company to offer either BlackBerry smartphone for a promotional price whenever a customer signs up for a 2-year contract agreement. The Passport is being offered for $200 on contract and the Classic is being offered at $50.

The new AT&T BlackBerry smartphones are the only up-to-date smartphones on the AT&T network that feature physical QWERTY keyboards. For many, typing on a physical keyboard might not be as speedy as using a touchscreen device; however, it can be a good way for business consumers to avoid making typographical errors in their text and/or email replies. Both phones also include BlackBerry security features such as built-in messaging and email encryption.

The new BlackBerry Passport features a unique square display designed to give its users more horizontal screen space than most other smartphones. This can be an ideal feature for those who enjoy performing tasks that are screen-sensitive such as the examination of larger documents or spreadsheet editing. The combination of the wider display and the physical keyboard make the Passport a good smartphone option for business users.

The Blackberry Classic is designed more like the old BlackBerry Bold 9900. It has a smaller 3.5-inch display and a physical keyboard. It offers many of the same features as the Passport, but with the smaller screen size.