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01-26-2015 Entertainment
One Of The Most Insane GoPro Videos You’ve Probably Ever Seen - And Why It’s Gone Viral

You might not know who Candide Thovex is now, but trust me, by the time you finish this article, you will probably be more than a little in awe of him.

His latest video is averaging 1.5 million hits a day and counting since going live last week. It could easily be the single best action spots video we’ll see all year. Today, I’ll break down why I think it’s so successful, and how we can apply the same techniques to our own work.

Candide Who?

Like probably 99% of you reading this, I didn’t know who Candide Thovex was until a few days ago. Then I stumbled upon his latest epic video, 'One Of Those Days Part 2' and was blown away. The video is genius - it's a blend of perfect simplicity with great production and thought behind it, and astounding execution. Turns out Candide is actually one of the best skiers in the world – and it’s not difficult to see why. Before you do anything else today, check out his latest video below, it's totally-off-the-wall insane.

His first video came out almost 2 years ago and has since racked up a significant 1.9million views.

Almost 2 million views is not to be sniffed at - but his new piece has already smashed that record more than 3 times over and in just a mere 5 days.

How has this happened?

What Causes A Video To Go Viral? The causes of virality are certainly not always clear cut. Last week, I experienced my own taste of what happens when your work can go viral with this BTS video I shot of Vincent Laforet on an aerial job back in November of last year.

It’s racked up 100,000+ hits in the last week alone, but had been online for a couple of weeks before that, but hadn’t gotten more than several thousand views before that time. A post by Vincent on the Storehouse site caused it to start generating noise and eventually getting picked up by news channels globally.

Just over a year ago, as some of you may remember, I accidentally brought down Fstoppers for several days when I posted an analysis of the then new Volvo truck commercial, featuring the Jean Claude Van Damme and his epic splits. The article ended up with somewhere in the region of 800,000+ views or so and took off when JCVD actually ended up seeing the article and posting it out to his own social network, causing a giant feed back loop to the original article on Fstoppers.

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01-26-2015 Politics
Anti-austerity Syriza party sweeps to election victory in Greece

Athens: Greece's leftwing Syriza looks set for a comfortable victory over the ruling conservatives in Sunday's national elections.

With exit polls pointing to a strong anti-government backlash, the opposition's chances of winning a full majority to face down international creditors and roll back years of painful austerity measures looked good.

Syriza could gain almost 40 per cent of the vote, well ahead of the conservative New Democracy party of outgoing Prime Minister Antonis Samaras on 23-27 per cent, according a joint exit poll for Greek television stations issued immediately after voting ended.

If confirmed, the result would be enough to install 40-year-old Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras as prime minister at the head of the first euro zone government openly opposed to bailout conditions imposed by European Union and International Monetary Fund during the economic crisis.

The poll showed Syriza could win 146-158 seats in the 300-seat parliament, with the final result heavily dependent on whether former prime minister George Papandreou's centre-left Movement of Democratic Socialists enters parliament.

A clearer indication will come this morning when the interior ministry issues its first official projections.

"It is a historic victory, we still have to see if it will be a big historic victory," Syriza spokesman Panos Skourletis told Greece's Mega TV. "It sends a message against austerity and in favour of dignity and democracy."

Financial markets have been worried a Syriza victory will trigger a new financial crisis in Greece, but the repercussions for the euro zone are expected to be far smaller than feared the last time Greeks went to the polls in 2012.

After one of the shortest campaigns in recent Greek history, voters appear to have rejected the austerity medicine prescribed during a crisis which has threatened almost 4 million Greeks or a quarter of the population with poverty.

As the biggest party in parliament, Syriza would gain an automatic premium of 50 seats, but under Greece's complicated election rules, the number of votes it needs for an absolute majority depends on how the overall vote is split up.

The exit poll showed the centrist To Potami and the far-right Golden Dawn party tied in third place, with at least seven or eight parties set to enter parliament.

If it ends up short of an absolute majority, Mr Tsipras will have to try to form a coalition with smaller parties or reach an agreement that would allow Syriza to form a minority government with ad-hoc support from others in parliament.

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Source: The Sysdney Morning Herald

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01-26-2015 General
AirAsia Flight QZ8501: Second attempt to retrieve fuselage fails

The latest attempt to raise the fuselage of the Air Asia Flight QZ8501 has failed as a rope attached to the lifting balloons broke.

Strong currents are proving to be the main obstacle in retrieving the fuselage, according to navy spokesman, Manahan Simorangkir.

“We could not fight against nature,” he said. “We just hope the weather will change and be conducive.”

The rope had been attached to the lifting balloons on a surface ship, but broke as the remains of the plane were being lifted.

A previous attempt to raise the wreckage failed on Saturday when the balloons deflated, owing to poor weather.

Rescuers retrieved one body on Sunday, which floated to the surface as the main section of the aircraft was in the process of being raised.

Divers reached the site of the fuselage for the first time on Friday and it is believed most of the victims are inside the aeroplane.

To date 70 bodies have been discovered from the flight, which crashed in December last year with 162 people on-board, while flying from Indonesia to Singapore.

Dozens of divers have been battling strong currents and poor visibility while attempting to lift the fuselage from the 30 metre-deep waters in the Java Sea.

The bodies of the pilot and co-pilot are believed to be inside the cockpit, which is located 500 metres away from the main wreckage.

Bad weather is thought to be one of the main factors in the crash. Air traffic controllers denied the pilots’ request to climb in altitude to avoid the storm, because of heavy air traffic. Shortly after the request the flight disappeared.

Authorities do not believe sabotage is to blame for the crash.

Source: The Independent

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01-26-2015 Science&Technology
Laser-transformed metal so slick that water bounces off

Water often damages metals, causing rust, wear and decay.

Thanks to an innovative laser process, however, metal is getting its revenge.

University of Rochester scientists Chunlei Guo and Anatoliy Vorobyev have developed a technique using extremely precise laser patterns that renders metals superhydrophobic: in other words, incredibly water-repellent.

Imagine a much more powerful Teflon -- except that Guo and Vorobyev's material isn't a coating but part of the metal itself. Water actually bounces off the surface and rolls away.

The possibilities are many, Guo says. Kitchenware, of course. Airplanes: No more worrying about de-icing, because water won't be able to freeze on aircraft in the first place.

And sanitation in poor countries, an idea close to the heart of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which helped fund the project. Thanks to the surface's repellent properties, it's essentially self-cleaning.

Ironically, Guo was inspired by a project in which he and a team treated a variety of materials to make them superhydrophilic -- that is, water-attracting.

"We worked with a variety of materials -- not just metal but semiconductors, glass, other things," he said. Even on a vertical surface, "the effect was very strong. If I drop a drop of water on the bottom of this surface, it would actually shoot up against gravity, uphill. So that really motivated us to look into this reverse process."

In their paper, the two compared the surface to that of a lotus leaf, which has "a hierarchical structure containing a larger micro-scale structure" and is superhydrophobic.

"Our structure sort of mimics, in some way, this natural (arrangement) of the lotus leaf," Guo said.

And like the lotus leaf, because the laser-patterned metal is so water-repellent, it has self-cleaning properties. In an experiment, Guo dumped some household dust from a vacuum cleaner on a treated surface. Just a few drops of water collected the dust, and the metal remained dry.

In their work, the scientists used platinum, titanium and brass as sample metals, but Guo says he believes it could work for a wide variety of metals -- not to mention other substances.

The process is still very much of the lab. It took the scientists an hour to treat a 1-inch-by-1-inch sample and required extremely short bursts of the laser lasting a femtosecond, or a millionth of a billionth of a second.

But Guo is optimistic about ramping up the process for industrial use, and he says the goal for the sanitation project is to "really push the technology out" in the next two or three years.

And then?

"I do believe down the line we will be able to make it accessible to everyday life," he said.

Watch out, water.

Source: CNN

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01-26-2015 Sports
Nadal storms into Aussie Open quarters

Rafael Nadal ended week one at the Australian Tennis Open with the best win of his campaign at Melbourne Park, a straights sets win over the giant South African Kevin Anderson 7-5 6-1 6-4 to storm into the quarter-finals.

Nadal will play the 7th seed Tomas Berdych for a place in the semi-finals, and he'll start the match with confidence against the Czech having won their last 18 encounters.

But the Spaniard's playing only his second tournament after a seven months injury break, and he says making the quarter-finals is a great result.

Andy Murray avenged his shock loss to Grigor Dimitrov at last year's Wimbledon with a win in four sets over the Bulgarian to reach his 16th successive grand slam quarter-final.

Murray saved a set point while serving at 5-2 down in the fourth to dim those memories and set up a last eight clash with Australian teenager Nick Kyrgios.

In the women's draw, the Russian pair Maria Sharapova and Ekaterina Makarova, Canadian Eugenie Bouchard and Romanian Simona Halep have reached the quarter-finals.

Bouchard went through after a seesaw 6-1 5-7 6-2 victory over Romania's Irina Begu.

The seventh seed, a semi-finalist at Melbourne Park last year, will meet Sharapova in the last eight after the second-seed beat China's Peng Shuai 6-3 6-0.

Russian No.10 seed Makarova advanced courtesy of a 6-3 6-2 win over German Julia Goerges.

Makarova will play No.3 seed Simona Halep.

New Zealand's Artem Sitak and his German partner, Benjamin Becker, were bundled out in their round three doubles match.

They lost in two sets to the French 2nd seeds, Julien Benneteau and Edouard Roger-Vasselin.

Source: Radio New Zealand News

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01-26-2015 Politics
Japan condemns IS execution, demands remaining hostage release

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Sunday called the killing of a Japanese captive by Islamic State militants "outrageous" and again demanded the group release a second Japanese national they are holding.

Abe, speaking to public broadcaster NHK, said chances were high that a recording and an image of what appeared to be the decapitated body of captive Haruna Yukawa, which emerged late on Saturday, were authentic.

The Japanese leader called for the immediate release of the remaining Japanese captive, veteran war correspondent Kenji Goto, and said saving Goto's life was a top priority.

But he reiterated that Japan would not give in to terrorism.

"Such an act of terrorism is outrageous and impermissible, which causes me nothing but strong indignation," Abe said. "Again, I strongly demand that Mr. Kenji Goto not be harmed and be immediately released."

The escalation of the hostage crisis has become a test for Abe, who took power in 2012 pledging to bolster Japan's global security role. On Tuesday, Islamic State militants released a video showing Goto and Yukawa kneeling with a knife-wielding, masked man demanding a $200 million ransom for their release. A 72-hour deadline for that payment expired on Friday.

In the latest recording, Goto says Yukawa was "slaughtered in the land of the Islamic Caliphate." But the journalist said the Japanese government could save him by working through Jordan where Abe earlier this week set up an office to coordinate the government's response to the hostage situation.

Goto says the militants would free him in exchange for the release of Sajida al-Rishawi, an Iraqi held in Jordan, and that the militants have dropped the ransom demand.


"I am filled with disappointment, that it has finally come to this," Yukawa's father, Shoichi, told NHK. “I feel pained, that he (Goto) risked his life out of concern (for my son) and ended up being captured. I hope he can be released as soon as possible, and return to Japan to continue his activities.”

Goto's mother, Junko Ishido, told NHK: “First of all I wish it weren’t true, that it’s some mistake. I’m a mother so it’s unbearable. What I want to tell Islamic State is that Kenji's ideal is world peace." She was later quoted by Kyodo news agency as doubting her son would seek a prisoner exchange.

More than 100 people congregated at Tokyo's Denenchofu Protestant evangelical church, where Goto was baptized in 1997 and where he prayed just days after Yukawa was captured in August. Three policemen stood guard outside the church.

"Please have Kenji Goto and Haruna Yukawa in your thoughts as we go through today's prayers," Pastor Shun Takatsu said.

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Source: Reuters

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01-26-2015 Science&Technology
Is Google Fiber the Future of the Internet?

Google, the search engine giants, have ventured into providing internet access to consumer through their much acclaimed Google Fiber service. With gigabit internet speeds, the new connection speeds go beyond the range that other internet service providers are able to provide thus giving them a run for their money.

Google Fiber has gained a lot of popularity in recent times and as it continues to grow and expand their reach, the question that still linger in our minds remains. Could Google Fiber possibly be the future of the internet?

In order to gain a better understanding of Google Fiber, it is important to know about the company behind it. Google started out as a search engine and still remains to be one of the most popular search engine to this day. The tech giant has ventured into other areas such as mobile with their android devices, video through YouTube and even social networking via Google+. This is just a glimpse of the many services that are provided by Google.

Google was founded by engineers and technical type people who prefered efficiency of systems as well as their reliability. It would seem that this same mentality was a key factor in the design and implementation of the Google Fiber network. The network is capable of amazing download and upload speeds which places content virtually at the tips of your fingers. Let us break this down into numbers.

The average internet service provider gives the consumer between 20 and 100 Mbps connection speeds. By contrast, Google fiber has 1000 Mbps connection speeds. This is 10 times what any other ISP can offer at the moment hence placing Google Fiber way ahead of the curve in terms of speed. Another interesting fact about the speeds that are offered by Google Fiber is that they are bidirectional.

Typical internet service providers usually provide slower upload speeds as compared to download speeds. In fact, the speeds that are usually advertised are the download speeds. Google Fiber is different with the 1000 Mbps connection going both ways. At the same speed that you download files on the Google Fiber network, so can you upload your files to the cloud or some other server on the internet.

With increasing demand for fast and reliable connections to the internet, it is necessary to have a solution that can provide both speed and efficiency. As with all innovations, there are those who will be ahead of the competition and Google seems to have taken the lead with their Fiber solution.

Though not as widespread as other internet service providers, Google Fiber has a lot of promise. We hope to see a lot more innovation from other internet service providers in order to provider faster speeds to the internet on a reliable connection.

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Source: TFJ

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01-26-2015 General

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01-25-2015 Science&Technology
Don't Expect an Amazing Apple Watch Battery Life

Even Apple hasn't cracked the smartwatch battery code: A new report suggests the upcoming Apple Watch will provide up to 3.5 hours of app use between charges.

That number drops to 2.5 hours if you're constantly checking social media, stock prices, or sports scores.

The Apple S1 chip and Retina-class display might result in hefty battery loss, according to 9to5Mac, which cited people with knowledge of the Apple Watch's development.

Leave the wearable in standby or low-power mode, and you may be able to squeeze two to three days out of it. Or, oddly enough, switch on the fitness-tracking software for nearly four hours of exercise tracking on a single charge, 9to5 Mac said.

Still, the Apple Watch is likely not intended for near-constant use. "That's why the Watch will be able to last the average user roughly a day on a single charge," 9to5Mac said. "We're told that Apple has been shooting for roughly 19 hours of mixed usage each day, but that the company may not hit that number in the first-generation version."

Early last year, Cupertino was rumored to be experimenting with wireless and solar charging efforts for its smartwatch—a far cry from the circular magnetic connector expected to ship this year.

Apple fans may get their wrists on the new wearable as early as March: Recent reports tip "extensive testing programs" at Apple retail stores next month, ahead of a March rollout.

Cupertino unveiled its long-awaited device is early September, showing off three variant with different bands: Apple Watch, Apple Watch Sport, and Apple Watch Edition.

Available in a 38mm or 42mm watch face, the wearable requires an iPhone connection (everything from the 5 to 6 Plus), and provides easy access to Siri, apps, photos, directions, and communication services.

Source: PCMAG

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01-25-2015 Science&Technology
Google discloses three severe vulnerabilities in Apple OS X

Google's Project Zero security team revealed the existence this week of three vulnerabilities with high severity that have yet to be fixed in Apple's OS X operating system.

Although each of the flaws requires an attacker to have access to a targeted Mac, they could all contribute to a successful attempt to elevate privilege levels and take over a machine.

The first flaw, "OS X networkd "effective_audit_token" XPC type confusion sandbox escape," involves circumvention of commands in the network system and may be mitigated in OS X Yosemite, but there is no clear explanation of whether this is the case. The second vulnerability documents "OS X IOKit kernel code execution due to NULL pointer dereference in IntelAccelerator." The third one, "OS X IOKit kernel memory corruption due to bad bzero in IOBluetoothDevice." includes an exploit related to OS X's kernel structure.

Each vulnerability, as with any disclosed by the Project Zero team, includes a proof-of-concept exploit.

The vulnerabilities were reported to Apple back in October but the flaws have not been fixed. After 90 days, details of vulnerabilities found by Project Zero are automatically released to the public -- which is what happened this week.

Project Zero, which Google officially launched in mid-2014, tasks researchers with uncovering any software flaws that have the potential of leading to targeted attacks on people's computers.

On Apple's product security page, the company states: "For the protection of our customers, Apple does not disclose, discuss or confirm security issues until a full investigation has occurred and any necessary patches or releases are available."

This isn't the first time Google's Project Zero has published vulnerabilities that are yet to be fixed. In the past several weeks, the tech giant's security team has published information about three separate, unpatched security flaws in Microsoft's Windows operating system.

Source: CNET

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01-25-2015 Economics
Euro Drops to 11-Year Low on Greek Vote After QE; Aussie Falls

The euro fell to the lowest in more than 11 years as polls showing an anti-austerity party will win Greek elections exacerbated the currency’s drop after the European Central Bank widened its stimulus program.

The shared currency headed for a sixth weekly decline before the Sunday vote that may oust Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras. The ECB said Jan. 22 it would buy $60 billion euros ($68 billion) a month of debt. The dollar headed for its highest close on record before the Federal Reserve meets next week. The yen rose as the Bank of Japan governor signaled the central bank will look at fresh stimulus options. Australia’s dollar declined to the lowest since 2009.

“Greek elections do add some uncertainty and weigh on the currency somewhat, but the more relevant and important thing is the economic and monetary policy trends in the euro zone,” Eric Viloria, a strategist at Wells Fargo & Co. in New York, said in a phone interview. “They’re likely to maintain an easy policy stance for quite some time.”

The euro fell 1.1 percent to $1.1247 at 9:48 a.m. New York time after touching $1.1115, the weakest since September 2003. It fell 2.1 percent yesterday and is set for a 2.8 percent weekly loss. The euro declined 1.7 percent to 132.44 yen, poised for a fourth weekly decline. Japan’s currency rose 0.6 percent to 117.77.

The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index, which tracks the U.S. currency against 10 major peers, rose 0.3 percent to 1,159.52, having climbed 1.8 percent this week. It closed at 1,156.11 on Thursday, the highest since the index started in 2004.

Winners, Losers

The yen led advances versus the dollar and rose against all of its 31 major peers as BOJ Governor Haruhiko Kuroda suggested the central bank may broaden its approach to stimulus.

“We can make adjustment to our monetary policy,” Kuroda said in an interview with Bloomberg Television in Davos, Switzerland. He declined to specify the options available.

Russia’s ruble is poised for the biggest gains of the week, adding 1.8 percent, as investors channel money back into higher-yielding assets.

The Australian dollar slid, with traders seeing a 47 percent chance the central bank will cut rates at this year’s first policy meeting on Feb. 3, up from 25 percent odds on Jan. 16, according to overnight interest-rate swaps.

The Aussie fell 1.3 percent to 79.21 U.S. cents, after earlier dropping to 78.81 cents, the lowest since July 2009.

The currency is poised to decline 3.7 percent this week, exceeded only by the New Zealand dollar’s 4.2 percent slide. The kiwi fell 0.5 percent to 74.69 U.S. cents today and touched 74.32, the least since November 2011.

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01-25-2015 Business
Winklevoss twins plan regulated Bitcoin exchange

The most famous twins in social media and cryptocurrency want to launch a regulated Bitcoin exchange—named Gemini, of course.

Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss want their “next-generation exchange,” to be based in New York, to be fully regulated and in compliance with financial laws, a stance that goes against the anonymous, anti-establishment philosophy under which Bitcoin was born six years ago.

As major investors in Bitcoin, the brothers see the exchange as a way to secure the digital currency’s future amid continued price declines, hacking incidents and criminal cases. To bolster confidence, they said they have formed a relationship with a chartered bank in the state of New York.

“This means that your money will never leave the country,” the twins wrote in a blog post. “It also means that U.S. dollars on Gemini will be eligible for FDIC insurance and held by a U.S.-regulated bank,” they wrote, referring to the U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, which guarantees the deposits in member banks.

The team behind Gemini currently consists of 14 people including the brothers. They did not say when Gemini might receive regulatory approval from New York state authorities, who held public hearings on regulations a year ago.

“It’s true that Bitcoin’s promise is a new, frictionless money, but that all becomes academic if we don’t build towards an ecosystem that is free of hacking, fraud and security breaches,” the twins wrote on their Gemini blog.

The so-called Winklevii are believed to be one of the largest holders of Bitcoin in the world. They’re also known for their disputes with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg as well as for another cryptocurrency plan—a NASDAQ Bitcoin investment trust under which the coins would apparently be protected in vaults like gold bars.


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