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Wednesday, 14 December 2011

Actress’s Sun Feifei dress slips off on red carpet

Sun Feifei experienced a most embarrassing moment at the Men of the Year 2011 Awards in China.
The Chinese actress was to walk the red carpet with TV host Fang Ling at the Sunday event.

Wednesday, 7 December 2011

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Mashable: Facebook Begins Official Timeline Rollout

Facebook officially took the “beta” label off its much-publicized Timeline this evening, but it’s rolling out the new feature gradually. New Zealand is currently the only country to get Timeline, the company said in a blog post this evening. Other regions will get it in the “near future.”
Facebook first unveiled Timeline in early September, and quickly provided the means for developers and curious users to enable the feature. A more general release was planned for later that month, but it never came, ostensibly to address technical issues and privacy concerns having to do with the software.
Timeline, you may recall, is a way to illustrate your entire life — not just the part you’ve been living on Facebook since you joined — in a graphical way. One of the common criticisms of Facebook is that it’s almost entirely concerned with the here and now, no matter how mundane. Major life events, though chronicled, are quickly pushed to the bottom of an individual’s feed and forgotten.
Timeline brings those events back, mapping them on a graphic that tells the story of a user’s life, from birth to present day. Although the idea was praised widely, new privacy concerns were raised with the feature, one of them being that it was visible from the Timeline when you “unfriended” certain people (Facebook has said this was a glitch that’s been corrected).
Timeline is one of Facebook’s most exciting new features, and we’re sure users will flock to it as it’s rolled out officially. Check out some amazing Timeline designs in the gallery below, and share your own in the comments.
1. Janet Medina
We like the simplicity and the warm message that Janet's profile delivers.

2. Ekkapong Techawongthaworn
After his previous designs got such positive feedback in our last gallery, we checked back in with Ekkapong to see what he's been up to. We weren't disappointed.

3. Tom Lambie
Tom's profile throws up an error message. It's actually an F8 conference insider joke -- although we still think it's amusing for anyone who doesn't get the reference.

4. Jeremy Bronson
Jeremy has some classic photography fun with his well-executed design.

5. Travis Keith
Travis goes for the mysterious look (complete with shades), and invites friends to scan the QR code to find out more.

6. Niels Langeveld
We like Niels' playful approach to his profile picture -- or rather, his "portrait"?

7. Umair Latif
A montage of sketches makes Umair's profile memorable.

8. Andy Hirsch
Andy's awesome mustache is obviously part of his "personal brand." We love how he has incorporated it into this clean and fun design.

9. Robert Falken
Robert's simple thought bubble makes us wonder the same...

10. Mark Spangler
Mark creates some fun with friends by posting a Where's Wally? visual puzzle. The person who finds him gets a free poke!

BONUS: Mashable's Matthew Silverman!
Finally, Mashable's own Matt Silverman has gotten creative with his Timeline design. He stars in his very own Mystery Science Theater 3000 episode.

Tuesday, 6 December 2011

China Actress create buzz with undersized dress

Actress Liu Yuxin recently attended a party organised by an online portal in Beijing, China.
The star was definitely the focus of the event with her sexy light beige dress. It was so low cut that her breasts almost popped out.
Right after the Sunday party, photographs of her were uploaded on the Internet and spread like wild fire.
Although the 23-year-old received tons of compliments for her choice in fashion, negative comments have also surfaced.
Liu, however, insisted that the photographs had been tempered with.
"Was awoken by friends' calls, informing that the photoshopped pictures of mine are all over the Internet.
"I was too busy lately and didn't try out the dress, it was a little too small but it wasn't so bad. The person who photoshopped the pictures is very entertaining.
"I have done all the 'safety measures', thank you for your concerns. Have a laugh, good night," she wrote on her weibo at 3am on Monday.
But she's got even more criticisms after the post. Most of those who responded did not believe that the photos have been tempered with.
You be the judge.

Mashable: 10 Top Tools for Digital Photography Lovers

The human need for fabulous eye-candy is one of the reasons photography has seen such a boom in the tech sphere. These days, nearly every device comes with a camera, and what sort of consumers would we be to not take advantage?
But sometimes those built-in cameras need a little extra boost to get that photo looking just right. Whether you’re wielding a DLSR, smartphone or a point-and-shoot, here are some of the more fun and innovative tools for photographers we’ve come across lately.
This list is by no means comprehensive, so if you’ve come across a cool something we didn’t include, please share it with us in the comments section below.


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