Monday, June 29, 2009

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It feels so strange. Michael Jackson is dead. He was only 50 years old, a milestone age. He just celebrated the 25thanniversary of "Thriller," the best-selling album of all time, and re-released it in February.

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Saturday, June 27, 2009

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Friday, June 26, 2009

King of Pop - R.I.P. Michael Jackson: The Greatest of All Time

It still has not hit me. It feels so strange. Michael Jackson is dead. He was only 50 years old, a milestone age. He just celebrated the 25thanniversary of "Thriller," the best-selling album of all time, and re-released it in February.

He was scheduled to start his show run in London in a few weeks.

Maybe Michael's career had reached its peak, but I was not convinced that he was done with music. When he turned 50 last August, I did a series of interviews with radio stations. All of the DJs asked me if I thought Michael Jackson could make a comeback. They wanted to know if he could get past the controversies that dominated his news coverage over the last 10-plus years. My answer was a matter-of-fact "yes."

People often underestimate the power of music, and the effect that it has on us. We sometimes forget how a great song with a feel-good message lifts us up, and makes us smile and remember the place we had the most fun dancing to it and with whom.

Michael Jackson is one of the few artists in the history of the art form to be able to take one song, like "Billie Jean," and reach people of all age groups, races, and nationalities. Michael has done this time and time again for decades, as both a solo artist and member of The Jackson 5.

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Wednesday, June 24, 2009

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“Facebook: The Movie” Enters Production This Year

More than 200 million of us are active Facebook users, but will that social networking addiction convert to a blockbuster movie? Columbia Pictures sure hopes so, as it advances its plan to bring Facebook’s founding story to the big screen.

The movie, titled “The Social Network”, is scheduled to start production later this year, and Columbia is in advanced talks to put David Fincher, director of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button in the director’s chair, reports Variety. “Scott Rudin and Michael De Luca are producing with Trigger Street’s Kevin Spacey and Dana Brunetti”, adds the industry mag, and Aaron Sorkin (A Few Good Men, The American President, Malice, Charlie Wilson’s War) wrote the script.

The film will tell the story of FacebookFacebook founder Mark Zuckerberg as he scaled the site from a Harvard dorm room to the world’s most popular social network.

Johnny Depp goes 'mad' ('Alice in Wonderland' Movie)

In the book, Carroll only ever calls the character "The Hatter," but he does appear in the chapter "A Mad Tea-Party." The look in the movie is a variation on the book's illustrations by John Tenniel, with his wild hair, oversized bowtie, and "10/6" label pinned to his giant hat. This is Burton's seventh time working with Depp over the past 20 years. He told the Los Angeles Times he likes to work with Depp because "[he] doesn't like to be the same way twice. That's good, it always keeps it fresh and all."

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Air has elevated cancer risk in 600 neighborhoods

Millions of people living in nearly 600 neighborhoods across the country are breathing concentrations of toxic air pollutants that put them at a much greater risk of contracting cancer, according to new data from the Environmental Protection Agency.

The levels of 80 cancer-causing substances released by automobiles, factories and other sources in these areas exceed a 100 in 1 million cancer risk. That means that if 1 million people breathed air with similar concentrations over their lifetime, about 100 additional people would be expected to develop cancer because of their exposure to the pollution.

The average cancer risk across the country is 36 in 1 million, according to the National-Scale Air Toxics Assessment, which will be released by the EPA on Wednesday.

That's a decline from the 41.5 in 1 million cancer risk the EPA found when it released the last analysis in 2006. That data covered 1999 emissions.

"If we are in between 10 in 1 million and 100 in 1 million we want to look more deeply at that. If the risk is greater than 100 in 1 million, we don't like that at all ... we want to investigate that risk and do something about it," said Kelly Rimer, an environmental scientist with the EPA, in an interview with The Associated Press on Tuesday.

Parts of Los Angeles, Calif., and Madison County, Ill., had the highest cancer risks in the nation — 1200 in 1 million and 1100 in 1 million, according to the EPA data. They were followed by two neighborhoods in Allegheny County, Pa., and one in Tuscaloosa County, Ala.

People living in parts of Coconino County, Ariz., and Lyon County, Nev., had the lowest cancer risk from air toxics. The counties with the least toxic air are Kalawao County, Hawaii, and Golden Valley County, Mont.

"Air toxic risks are local. They are a function of the sources nearest to you," said Dave Guinnup, who leads the groups that perform the risk assessments for toxic air pollutants at EPA. "If you are out in the Rocky Mountains, you are going to be closer to 2 in a million. If you are in an industrial area with a lot of traffic, you are going to be closer to 1100 in 1 million."

The analysis predicts the concentrations of 124 different hazardous air pollutants, which are known to cause cancer, respiratory problems and other health effects by coupling estimates of emissions from a variety of sources with models that attempt to simulate how the pollution will disperse in the air. Only 80 of the chemicals evaluated are known to cause cancer, EPA officials said.

The information is used by federal, state and local agencies to identify areas in need of more monitoring and attention.

The data to be released Wednesday covers pollution released in 2002.

Microsoft Zune HD to Feature Nvidia's Tegra Chip

Microsoft's Zune HD portable media player will feature the Nvidia "Tegra" chip, the manufacturer's competitive answer in the mobile space to Intel’s Atom processor. The next generation of the Zune, Microsoft's answer to Apple’s iPod, will include an HD radio receiver, touchscreen QWERTY keyboard, and Wi-Fi connection - all features designed to help the device increase its market-share.

Microsoft's upcoming Zune HD, the next generation of its iPod competitor, will feature Nvidia’s "Tegra" chip, representing something of a victory for the latter in its competition with Intel over processors for mobile devices.

Both the Zune and Nvidia, however, face something of an uphill battle against their respective opponents, the iPod and Intel, which each command a dominating share of their respective markets.

The Zune HD, which will be released in September 2009, will feature a 3.3-inch screen and 16:9 OLED display (480x272 resolution), along with an integrated HD Radio receiver, a sold-separately Zune HD & AV dock for watching HD-TV, touchscreen QWERTY keyboard, and Wi-Fi connection – all of it powered by Nvidia.

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Saturday, June 6, 2009

YouTube goes Hulu, adds TV, movies

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Over the last few years YouTube has successfully demonstrated that people will spend countless hours watching short user generated videos. But you know what else people like to watch? Professionally produced dramas, comedies, documentaries, cartoons, and news programs. Rival video site Hulu may not have anywhere near the audience that YouTube has, but it's choc full of professional video content (that you can only see in the US for the most part), which is much easier to monetize.

Now YouTube is stepping up its game, by offering content from TV and movie studios in a new section labeled "Shows." According to the New York Times, Google has signed agreements to distribute content from Sony, Lions Gate, CBS, MGM, and other studios.

The move will allow YouTube to place pre-roll, post-roll, and interstitial ads in video content, something it doesn't do with user generated videos.

Right now, the selection of TV shows and movies on YouTube is rather sad. Most of the content consists of old programs that you probably forgot existed, plus one new show from CBS: Harper's Island. Since Fox and NBC are the driving forces behind Hulu, it's not likely that we'll see their content on YouTube anytime soon. And there's talk that ABC could joing Hulu in the not too distant future.

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Disney joins Hulu

The rumors have been swirling around for a few weeks, but today the Walt Disney Company officially announced that it is becoming an equity partner in Hulu. Disney, through a subsidiary of ABC Enterprises Inc., will join NBC Universal and News Corp. as an investor and content provider. Full-length episodes from ABC primetime, ABC Family and SOAPnet will be added to Hulu's content library, as well as classic ABC shows and select shows and movies from The Disney Channel. Essentially,'s streaming content will be coming to Hulu.

With the addition of ABC, three of the four major US television networks are now partners in Hulu. This leaves CBS and its venture all by its lonesome. As for YouTube, which is trying to get into the commercial content game, let's just say this move won't help the already anemic offering.

Despite the boxee nastiness (which has been mitigated, for now), Hulu continues to take off and is positioning itself as the defacto destination for online television viewing, provided of course, you live in the US. Having one robust platform is not only easier for viewers to navigate, it is easier to sell to advertisers.

The financial terms of the agreement weren't released, though I expect those details to emerge.

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Friday, June 5, 2009

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Thursday, June 4, 2009

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The new Sims 3 is available now in the store. It`s a good news not only for PC gamer but for iPhone/iPod too.

From the best-selling PC franchise in history, The Sims™ 3 is now available for your iPhone™/iPod® touch! Customize your Sim with different personality traits and physical characteristics, as you choose whether to fulfill their destiny...or not. Interact with your Sim using touch and accelerometer controls while exploring stunning 3D open-world environments. Enjoy the ride with The Sims as they experience everything life has to offer, good and bad! THE POSSIBILITIES ARE ENDLESS!

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  • Take a break with fun mini-games like fishing, repairing, and cooking
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    Wednesday, June 3, 2009

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    Monday, June 1, 2009

    The Hottest Games of Summer 2009 - Part 4

    The Hottest Games of Summer 2009 - Part 4 - Last part

    From Nintendo's "Punch-Out" to EA's third tango with "The Sims," we line up our summer picks -- and then we let you know how we really feel about them.

    'Madden NFL 10' -- Expected Aug. 13; 'NCAA Football 10' -- Expected July 14

    Matt: Kiss the 'two-zero' in the title bye-bye this year in favor of a simpler, trendier number. You'd think that's all EA changed if you missed "Madden NFL 2009". That update pushed the series's already tasty visuals offstage and instead emphasized substantive features like an adaptive difficulty mode, exhaustive analytical tools and tactically transformative procedural animations. Surprised? I was. This year's version may do the series one better with a swing toward even more hard-core football simulation, with the whole game tuned to run and animate at a slower, more realistic speed (and it'll have a new game-speed slider if you care to dispute the dev team's defaults). EA's "NCAA Football 10" stands to benefit from similar improvements, including a slick-sounding procedural awareness system that'll see players track the ball with their eyes, head and shoulders, and change up attitudes dynamically, from shifty-eyed nervous glances to petrifying glares.

    Darren: No matter what we say or do, people will go out and buy either or both of these by the truckload. That's the sad truth. Thankfully, as you've noted, neither series sits still. Oh, and don't forget that, with two athletes on this year's Madden cover, it's two times the curse! (I keeed, I keeed.) Some people will be psyched to see that the Wildcat formation used and abused by the Miami Dolphins gets implemented, but I'm looking forward to seeing what happens with the Wii version of the game, which is a little less concerned with realistic facial features. Word has it that the Nintendo-fied take gets a "Team Fortress 2"-esque, cartoony face lift and some not-quite-the-usual game play. Let me explain the latter: Minigames, called "Spotlight Moments," will pop up midgame, and they'll have you swatting with the Wii Remote to knock a receiver's hand off the ball or to make a last-minute Hail Mary pass for the win.

    'Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days' and 'Dissidia Final Fantasy' -- Both expected Aug. 31

    The Scoop: "Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days"; Genre: Action RPG; By: h.a.n.d.; From: Square Enix; For: Nintendo DS; Rating: Pending

    "Dissidia Final Fantasy"; Genre: Fighting; By: Square Enix; From: Square Enix; For: PlayStation Portable; Rating: Pending

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    Matt: Since we're doomed to wail and gnash our teeth and pine after "Final Fantasy XIII" until sometime in 2010, Square Enix fanboys (guilty as charged) will have to settle for a couple of handheld diversions instead. "Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days" -- yes, that's the title, and yes, it's ridiculously pronounced "three-five-eight days over two" -- takes place between the original "Kingdom Hearts" and "Kingdom Hearts II." What's better than "Final Fantasy" meets Disney? Nothing (well, except maybe "Final Fantasy" meets The Muppets), and the game ships with cooperative multiplayer capability, to boot. As for "Dissidia Final Fantasy," the only thing cooler than Cloud Strife and Sephiroth smacking each other around arena-style would be a Square Enix fighting game on a set-top console. That said, it's hard to argue with the publisher emphasizing exclusives for an install base (the PSP's) approaching 50 million units -- as many as the Xbox 360's and the PS3's worldwide combined -- so I won't.

    Darren: You're the Squaresoft superfan, Matt, so I'll take a bit of a back seat on this one. I've always had a love-hate relationship with the FF games. Fantastic music and cinematography (yeah, I said it, "cinematography") are surrounded by some unnecessarily repetitive game play at times. And if I want to skip ahead, I get penalized for not grabbing item X, locked in an eternal losing battle with some ludicrous monstersaurus. But there's good news on the "Final Fantasy XIII" front, buddy -- that is, if you can stomach buying "Final Fantasy Advent Children Complete" on Blu-ray. Among its special features is a "preview" of "FF XIII." In Japan, that meant a demo of the game -- don't know if it means the same in the United States. So, you're basically paying for a preview of the next game, and suffering through a free HD movie that comes with it.

    'Halo 3: ODST' -- Expected Sept. 1

    The Scoop: "Halo 3: ODST"; Genre: First-person shooter; By: Bungie; From: Microsoft Game Studios; For: Xbox 360; Rating: Pending

    Info: This is a first-person "Halo" game without Master Chief, but with an emphasis on darker, grittier game play in the African city in "Halo 2," New Mombasa.

    Matt: I liked this "Where's Master Chief?" stand-alone "Halo 3" expansion better when it was subtitled "Recon." ODST? Stands for "Orbital Drop Shock Trooper," as opposed to "Oh Darn, Someone Tripped." That said, Master Chief is an iconic Clint Eastwood in an astronaut suit, so I can't say I'll miss him in Bungie's parallel narrative exploring events during the time frame of "Halo 2" in New Mombasa, Kenya. What's different? Well, remember all the good guys who died on cue as you tromped through the prior installments' firefights? You're one of those poor fools this time, a lowly UNSC soldier with squat in the supersoldier department. Master Chief was a tank -- you're a matchstick with a gun. Bungie cautions not to expect a serious tactical or stealth-based shift, which is really too bad, since the alternative sounds disturbingly like "Diet Halo."

    Darren: Here's where you could be missing the point, Matt. This doesn't sound like "Diet Halo," it's more like "Halo of Duty." Remember how the "Call of Duty" games are more about the average guy just trying to survive, as opposed to Johnny Heroman? Going back through semifamiliar terrain but with a whole different skill set means a potentially different vibe. Besides, you're not just some rookie hoofing through some open world. You're also supposedly playing through flashbacks of squad mates, as well (in a more linear campaign). If anything, I see the potential here for a good mix of play styles if done right. What I'm not as sure about so far is the multiplayer game: I mean, they technically don't have to do much to it. It has a huge following and a giant pile of multiplayer maps already. Are they going to add more on that end? Or will Bungie just bundle all the different paid expansion packs?

    'Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising' -- Expected Sept. 1

    The Scoop: "Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising"; Genre: Tactical shooter; By: Codemasters; From: Codemasters; For: PlayStation 3, Windows, Xbox 360; Rating: Pending

    Info: Explore over 100 square miles of real-world terrain in a hyper-realistic shooter that pits China, Russia and the United States against one another.

    Matt: Finally. Codemasters promised this "sequel" half a decade ago, then dropped the ball. The original game turned heads for its tactical hijinks and plausible near-future narrative. A speedy follow-up could have been equally good. Since then, we've seen even smarter alternatives like "America's Army," "Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter," "Brothers in Arms," "Rainbow Six Vegas" and "Red Orchestra." "Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising" needs to be spectacular if it's going to distance itself from that bunch. So far, so good, with promised features like full environmental damage, an unscripted self-sufficient enemy and squad-based AI, and over 100 square miles of geographically accurate terrain modeled after a volcanic Alaskan island (and the option to explore any of it at leisure). Promises promises, of course. "Crysis" made similar claims and, great as it was, it fell short of the mark on too many of them.

    Darren: Not to get all "back in my day…," but people seem to forget that the original "Operation Flashpoint" was a huge, ambitious game that outdid "Battlefield 1942" a year earlier. That fictitious 1985 showdown between the U.S. and the Soviet Union was fantastic, and, for its day, it offered huge maps to explore, vehicles to drive, weapons galore, great graphics -- any of this sounding familiar? Now, what I've seen of the sequel makes me want to get my war on: Fine attention to detail is all well and good, but apparently the level editor is supposed to be pretty snazzy. I want to create my own continents and stage some ferocious firefights. How about a 32-players-versus-the-CPU scenario? Or a 32-player free-for-all where everyone controls their own squad? The only fear I have: "Operation Flashpoint" was a seriously demanding game, causing my olde-tyme game rig to stutter. Hopefully, history won't repeat itself.

    'The Beatles: Rock Band' -- Expected Sept. 9

    The Scoop: "The Beatles: Rock Band"; Genre: Music; By: Harmonix, Pi Studios; From: MTV Games, EA; For: PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox 360; Rating: Teen

    Info: The band-in-a-box rhythm series meets the music of The Fab Four.

    Darren: The big question I always find myself asking with rhythm games is: Will the controls work, and does the music, in fact, rock? Take "Guitar Hero" on the Nintendo DS -- it's a hot mess. It had horrible audio compression, and the controls drove me through the carpal tunnel. But Harmonix has what it takes to make music gaming work. After all, these guys perfected the music game genre back in the PlayStation 2 days with "Frequency" and "Amplitude." The Beatles take on "Rock Band" is a bit of a mystery right now. Obviously, you can play as the four famous Liverpudlians and, of course, shell out extra cash for Beatle-themed plastic drums and replica guitars (bowl haircuts not included). Me? I'd be happy if it was only the "White Album." Until we hear more about the set list, though, I'll have to settle on a YouTube clip that sneak-previews the game (watch the screen behind Sir Paul McCartney during the 2009 Coachella concert).

    Matt: You'd have to be stupid (or lacking a pulse) not to be thrilled that someone has finally picked up (some of? all of?) The Beatles' catalog for online play (sorry about that, Steve Jobs). To partially answer Darren's "big question," yes, the music's going to rock. It's The Beatles -- what didn't? That said, I'm just as leery about the shameless peripheral bilking. As long as we can use our existing "Rock Band" plastic axes and rubber beat pads, sign me up. But if I'm forced to pay so much as a penny for George's "psychedelic" Strat or John's "peace acoustic" Gibson, Ringo's "rooftop" Ludwig drums or Paul's '61 Hofner Violin bass, I'm grabbing a picket sign and heading straight for MTV HQ. As for the music, like I said, it's The Beatles. You love it, yeah, yeah, yeah…

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