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Date : May 2008

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Dynamic Technologies – Dytec – The Cracktros

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Published on: May 27, 2008

Well, we are currently so nicely in the mood of “complete” and “all”, why not add something else “complete” to it. I hope at least that it is complete. I made some remarks already during a previous post where I also highlighted the Dytec remix video, which should have given you some clues about what will come. Yep, a list of all Dytec Crack Intros with links to the video recording of it. I only found four Amiga intros, but then I think that Dynamic Technologies was never really active there. I need to check that with Fatman. I found 7 Cracktros (including one beta) for the IBM PC, for MS DOS and a whopping 26 intros for the Commodore 64. If there is any intro missing, please let me know. I hate to have an incomplete “complete list” of things hehe. Okay, here is the list of all the Cracktros. Click on the thumbnail image to get to the video version at YouTube. Dytec Amiga Intros (4) Dytec PC Intros (7)   Dytec C64 Intros (26)     Okay, here is the remix video again. Backup URL to Video on youtube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I219kyAw5yw).Backup Link to Video at YouTube Cheers!Carsten aka Roy/SAC

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The Beatles – Complete List of Songs

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Published on: May 26, 2008

Something entirely different….I stumbled across this information, which was buried in tons of frames and other search engine unfriendly code to make it hard to impossible to find, a list of ALL (yes, you heart right, ALL) Beatles songs plus URLs to lyrics and videos of the song (up to five different versions for each song) on YouTube.I spent already a lot of time on formatting the list and make it post ready that I will use a short cut for the introduction and copy parts of the Wikipedia article about the Beatles, the Brits John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr with their infamous mop-tops. “The Beatles were a pop and rock group from Liverpool, England. The band are recognized for leading the mid-1960s musical “British Invasion” into the United States. Although their initial musical style was rooted in 1950s rock and roll and homegrown skiffle, the group explored genres ranging from Tin Pan Alley to psychedelic rock. Their clothes, styles, and statements made them trend-setters, while their growing social awareness saw their influence extend into the social and cultural revolutions of the 1960s.The Beatles are one of the most commercially successful and critically acclaimed bands in the history of popular music. In the United Kingdom, The Beatles released more than 40 different singles, albums, and EPs that reached number one. This commercial success was repeated in many other countries; their record company, EMI, estimated that by 1985 they had sold over one billion records worldwide. According[…]

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From Cirque over Hoola Hoops to Dytec PC

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Published on: May 15, 2008

If you think that I did not write and do much at my blog then you are mistaken. Instead of writing some new posts I did update some existing ones instead. My Cirque du Soleil Primer was extensively expanded for example. I did learn a lot about the Cirque during the past few weeks and had contact with several people like me who are Cirque du Soleil fans like me (some even more crazy than I am, can you believe that?! ) I submit the primer to Digg.com myself, which is never such a splendit idea, but I thought “what the heck.” and just did it. Nobody else seems to agree with me that it is actually great content. I hope that I am not wrong about this and would appreciate, if you could show me, if you like it by adding a comment to this post or at the primer itself and/or Digg the Primer post, if you have a Digg.com user account. The Primer I also worked on more video content. I don’t write a post here at my blog for every video that I upload to my two YouTube accounts and elsewhere on the Internet. Here you only get some of the highlights :). If you like what I publish, I suggest to subscribe to my channel(s) directly after you created your own account at the video sharing website. I upload all my videos to either my SACRELEASES channel or my CARSTENSVLOG CirqueDuSoleilGuru channel on YouTube.com. You[…]

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New Cirque du Soleil Videos, A World Record and More Cirque

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Published on: May 7, 2008

I produced a number of new Cirque du Soleil videos in the past few weeks, but did not get around until now to write another post. I found some parts of the special Cirque performance titled “Reflections in Blue” (Réflexions de bleu), which was performed as part of the opening ceremonies for the XI. World Aquatics Championships FINA in Montreal, Canada on June 15, 2005. I found recordings of two of the seven or eight parts (I am not sure about the actual number), the acts “The Mermaid” (La sirène) with Bolormaa Zorigtkhuyag that is similar to the water bowl contortion act in the Las Vegas Cirque show “Zumanity” and the act titled “Midnight Dancer” (Danseur de la nuit) with Anatoly Zalievsky, a very acrobatic act to the timeless music by Yanni. Backup link to video at YouTube Here are some interesting quick stats for this one-time performance: The venue was three times the size of the KÀ theatre. The swimming pool was made to look like the sea by lining it with a giant blue sheet that covered the bottom and the perimeter of the pool. The projection screen at the back of the pool was 18 m (60′) wide by 7 m (24′) tall. Over 200 volunteer performers took part in the show. Three quarters of the participants were women. The performers ranged in age from under 10 years old to over 50 years old. Twenty-three cameras were used to shoot the performance for television. Spectators played a[…]

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