Hey everyone, sorry but tonights show is cancelled… but here is a great video that we made in class.
At the end of the day save all your change for a night out or part of your spending money on a vacation
You just don’t feel right today if you’re not in motion — or at least making things happen! If you must slow down, make it a brief pit stop instead of a full-on refueling session. You can do this!
You aren’t really feeling the same pressure that your people are today — but you can tell that they’re going to be difficult if you don’t try to match their pace. It’s your call, though, so don’t worry too much.
Try to speak up early on — your voice has to be heard today! There may be lots of folks vying for attention, but you should be able to impress the right people and get things done your way.
You remember a vital detail that may make the difference between success and failure in today’s work. It’s one of those traits that make you so handy to keep around for crunch times like this!
You are learning today, which is not so unusual in and of itself. It’s what you’re learning that’s kind of crazy — it could be an obscure language, a bit of old family dirt or something to do with your spiritual belief.
Sharing is great under good circumstances — but today’s not the best. You need to stake out a claim and keep interlopers from making off with whatever you feel is your rightful share
You are still intently focused on other people, though you may broaden your scope somewhat today. You can get people to see things your way using your famous friendly persuasion.
Launch that wild business idea — or see if you can get your friends to take off with you on an impromptu road trip. Anything you want to do is much easier, thanks to your focused energy.
Good times tend to lead to romance with you — and vice versa — so make sure that you’re at that big party or listening to what your sweetie wants to do tonight. Almost anything is possible!
Something small that pops up this morning reminds you of your heritage. It may start you on a quest for more info, or it could put you back in touch with far-flung relatives. Go with it!
Even those who usually are quite skeptical are fairly easy to persuade today — even though your ideas have never been more advanced! Make sure that your energy is spent on the right people, though.
If you feel like you’re stuck in a maze of twisty passages, just keep one hand on a wall until you find your way out. A little grounding can go a long way toward making you feel secure.
1. 2012 Country Megaticket with Brad Paislet and The Band Perry – June 15th Blossom Music Center
2. Childish Gambino June 16th House of Blues
3. Cleveland Indians vs Pittsburg Pirates June 15th Progressive Field
4. Tequila Sunrise June 15th House of Blues
5. 3SO June 16th The Funky Frog Concery Club and Eatery
6. Wintersleep June 15th Beachland Ballroom
Withings looks to create a new market with smart baby scale
The days of standing on a scale with your baby and then without it and measuring the difference are over–if it’s worth spending $150 on an Internet-connected scale built just for your little one
So hopes Withings, the French design company that introduced a smart baby monitor last year and is unveiling its Smart Baby Scale–coming in the second quarter of 2012–at CES this week. Made for iPod, iPhone, and iPad, the scale is the first to use Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Bluetooth Smart connectivity for tracking the weight of babies and toddlers.
The specs: at 3.3 pounds and just under two feet wide with the baby basket, the scale accommodates up to 55 pounds and is estimated to be for kids up to age 8. (This is clearly not an American company.) It takes 4 AAAbatteries and works alongside the free WiScale app for iPod, iPhone, and iPad.
The reps at the Withings booth boast that parents will soon be able to access their child’s numbers from any of their connected devices and update them instantly on Facebook or Twitter. And while we humans may be more inclined to broadcast our progeny’s weight stats than our own, and tend to be more curious about percentiles when children are young, Withings may be trying to create a niche that doesn’t need filling.
At a time when many of us want fewer, better integrated gadgets, a simple baby basket affixed to Withings’ WiFi Body Scale for adults might have done the trick.
- 21 Jump Street
- The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
- The Cabin in the Woods
- Chernobyl Diaries
- Dark Shadows
- First Position
- The Five-Year Engagement
- For Greater Glory
- The Hunger Games
- The Intouchables
- The Lucky One
- Mirror, Mirror
- Moonrise Kingdom
- The Pirates! Band of Misfits
- Piranha 3DD
- Safety Not Guaranteed
- Think Like a Man
- The Three Stooges
- To the Arctic
- What to Expect When You’re Expecting …
New this week
*Rock of Ages
*That’s my boy
*The girl from the naked eye
*Your sisters sister
Court records show David Arquette has filed for divorce from actress Courtney Cox Arquette.
The actor cited irreconcilable differences in his petition to end the couple’s 12-year marriage.
Arquette filed the petition inLos Angelesand the paperwork indicates he is self-represented. A publicist for the actor declined to comment and the Cox Arquette camp could not be immediately reached.
The 40-year-old actor is traveling overseas and had a bar mitzvah ceremony at Jerusa lem’s Western Wall.
Arquette and Cox have a 7-year-old daughter and the actor is seeking joint custody. The pair met on the set of the film “Scream” in 1996 and married three years later.
They announced their separation in October 2010, but Arquette’s filing lists the separation date asDec. 31, 2011. It does not include any other details, but indicates Arquette signed the documents on March 23.
“We remain best friends and re sponsible parents to our daughter and we still love each other deep ly,” the former couple wrote in a statement released after their separation.
Cox gained widespread fame for her role on the TV comedy “Friends” and currently stars in ABC’s “Cougar Town.” Arquette is an executive producer of that show and has appeared in numerous films, including “Never Been Kissed” and “3000 Miles to Graceland.