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trivia : longest film ever made…

October 20th, 2005 No comments
The Cure for Insomnia (1987), This is the longest movie ever made at a total running time of 85 hours. It premiered in its entirety at The School Of The Art Institute in Chicago, Illinois from 31 January to 3 February 1987 in one continuous showing.
...basically an experiment designed to reprogram biological clocks for insomniacs so they can sleep again... >>> my cure: hve a booze and watch cable tv til 4.... hehehe
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trivia : longest film ever made…

October 20th, 2005 No comments
The Cure for Insomnia (1987), This is the longest movie ever made at a total running time of 85 hours. It premiered in its entirety at The School Of The Art Institute in Chicago, Illinois from 31 January to 3 February 1987 in one continuous showing.
...basically an experiment designed to reprogram biological clocks for insomniacs so they can sleep again... >>> my cure: hve a booze and watch cable tv til 4.... hehehe
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w/o fan???

October 19th, 2005 No comments
finally, ASUS makes a new move, the silent-cool technology, replacing fans with Heat Pipe design which effectively directs the heat generated by the chipsets to the heatsink, also available in video cards which also helps reduce the GPU (graphics processing) by almost 40%; in short, low temp = great performance and longer life...

...wish i had one...
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w/o fan???

October 19th, 2005 No comments
finally, ASUS makes a new move, the silent-cool technology, replacing fans with Heat Pipe design which effectively directs the heat generated by the chipsets to the heatsink, also available in video cards which also helps reduce the GPU (graphics processing) by almost 40%; in short, low temp = great performance and longer life...
...wish i had one...
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wind power

October 17th, 2005 No comments
Fifteen wind turbines, towering 70 meters each spread across the length of the Bangui Bay shoreline, compose the 24-megawatt wind-power plant in Ilocos Norte. The 15 "giant electric fans" were bringing electricity to 40% of Ilocos Norte. It is the first of its kind in Southeast Asia.

Northwind Power Development Corp. started the project in 1999 after meeting Ilocos Norte provincial governor Ferdinand Marcos Junior, who was intent on fixing the patchy and low-voltage power supply to his region which lies on the northern tip of the country's electricity grid.

Marcos was well aware of the potential of wind because his father and former president, also Ferdinand Marcos, ordered a study into alternative energy in the 1970s amid the first global oil crisis. (inq7.net)

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wind power

October 17th, 2005 No comments
Fifteen wind turbines, towering 70 meters each spread across the length of the Bangui Bay shoreline, compose the 24-megawatt wind-power plant in Ilocos Norte. The 15 "giant electric fans" were bringing electricity to 40% of Ilocos Norte. It is the first of its kind in Southeast Asia.
Northwind Power Development Corp. started the project in 1999 after meeting Ilocos Norte provincial governor Ferdinand Marcos Junior, who was intent on fixing the patchy and low-voltage power supply to his region which lies on the northern tip of the country's electricity grid. Marcos was well aware of the potential of wind because his father and former president, also Ferdinand Marcos, ordered a study into alternative energy in the 1970s amid the first global oil crisis. (inq7.net)
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