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Publishing date : 25/09/2011

Location : Gleizé (France)

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Orgasme | Coca-Cola

Ne me demandez pas ce qui a motivé le choix de cette prise de vue. Je n'ai pas d'action chez la firme américaine. Encore moins super fan de leur boisson. Je préfère largement l'eau aux sodas. Toutefois, on peut considérer que j'ai pris un "malin" plaisir à la voir se vider ainsi...

  

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Estudiantes de una escuela rural, cerca de Pueblo Nuevo (Perú)

  

[...] Otro de los aspectos desterrado por los antropólogos es la ruptura de las categorías (necesariamente artificio) entre lo global y lo local. Hannerz y Canclini adoptan el acertado término de “glocalización” (Beck) como expresión de la disolución. Lo que existe es un continuo cultural, una realidad adaptada al contexto, una interdependencia entre lo global y lo local (Canclini, 1999:51). Lo local puede ser bastante opaco a lo global, “ hay tantos tipos de parentesco, amistad, de asociación, negocios, de búsqueda de placer o de lucha por la seguridad que nunca podremos estar seguros del hábitat de significado en el que surgirán, ni si ocuparán una parte central o periférica” (Hannerz, 1996,53). Es un modo de romper con la idea que vincula como causa efecto a la globalización con la homogenización. Un ejemplo sencillo: la Coca-Cola llega al último confín del planeta, pero su etiquetado adopta numerosas formas y su uso, desde el cubalibre, al calimocho, pasando por el desatascador, el desoxidante, las bombas de espuma mezcladas con los “Mentos” por los adolescentes, el purgante para el estómago de los niños o el símbolo USA a destruir por la Meca-cola o la Inca-cola (tristemente adquirida por el gigante norteamericano) siempre estará adaptado al contexto local.

 

TK455: "Maybe we can beat the Millenium Falcon with this new propulsion system."

TK479: "Why am I the one on the bottle?"

 

The Empire is testing out the Diet Coke and Mentos eruption as a new mean of propulsion for their starships.

 

Stormtroopers 365 > Day 307/365

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Another shot from the session this evening.

 

If and when I get a second flash I'll have to try this again.

 

SB600 fired at 1/16 to camera back left, fired via Yongnuo triggers, reflector to camera front right to try and bounce so light back across (where ideally I'd have another flash). Fired via remote trigger.

Day 272 of my 365 project.

 

You may or may not know that if you put a Mentos mint into some Diet Coke, the drink reacts and bursts out of the bottle!

 

I decided to try and capture this effect this evening. It was quite tricky to get a lighting set up I liked, ideally I needed a second speedlight, I might look into getting a Yongnuo one to go with my Nikon as a second light.

 

The next issue was timing! The Coke fizzes up quickly and so you need to get the timing right as if it messes up you can't do it again with the same bottle. I got through 5 bottles doing this so it was a shot I was pleased get in the end.

 

If and when I get a second flash I'll have to try this again.

 

I liked this one as it captured the moment just before the drink fizzed out, you can see the drink starting to fizz up inside the bottle.

 

SB600 fired at 1/16 to camera back left, fired via Yongnuo triggers, reflector to camera front right to try and bounce so light back across (where ideally I'd have another flash). Fired via remote trigger.

L'estate si avvicina e vorresti eliminare quei rotoloni regina che ti ritrovi all'altezza dello stomaco?

Porti la terza...ma ti chiami Mario?

Abbiamo la soluzione per te!

Segui le nostre lezioni e in capo a un mese avrai il fisico che hai sempre sognato

...o quasi

lesson namber uan:

Afferrate la vostra sbarra fatta in casa, con le mani sopra la testa, poste alla larghezza delle spalle. Piegate le ginocchia e sollevate i piedi da terra, se già questo vi è difficoltoso lasciate stare il resto.

Mantenendo il mento in alto, avvicinate lentamente la parte superiore del petto verso la sbarra. Fermatevi quando arrivate in cima,anche perchè trovo difficile pensare che riusciate ad andare oltre.

sempre che non siate Yuri Chechi

ovvio.

tornate LENTAMENTE alla posizione iniziale e ripetete.

Ripetete-

Ripetete.

Ripetete.

 

inarrestabbbile

i love this urban legend.

 

although the coke and mentos eruption is a well known phenomenon

1. nobody has ever died for having mentos mints and coke together and

2. i suspect that basically any food, material or little animal dropped in coke might produce the same reaction. but i'm too lazy to set up a scientific experiment

 

64/365

Stand back.

 

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Strobist:

 

Shoot through/speedlite front, speedlites left and right behind k&k

Zuerst: Macht das nicht zu Hause nach! Alle Stunts wurden von einem professionellen Stuntcoordinator überwacht. Es wurden keine Danbos während des Shootings verletzt!

 

Heute waren die Danbos von einem Video inspiriert, was sie bei YouTube sahen. Darin füllten ein paar Typen mentos in Coke-Flaschen und kurz darauf zerplatzen die Flaschen. Also dachten sich die Danbos, sie könnten diesen Effekt auch anderweitig nutzen. Sie bastelten eine kleine Startrampe. Mini befestigte seinen... nun ja... Sicherheitsgurt und Danbo öffnete die Flasche und ließ eines der mentos reinfallen. Im Bruchteil einer Sekunde wurde Mini in die Luft katapultiert. Wir mussten ein beachtliches Stück laufen, um zu Mini zu kommen und zu schauen, ob alles in Ordnung war. Alles lief bestens und jetzt kann Mini mit Fug und Recht sagen, dass er schon geflogen ist.

  

First of all: Do not try this at home! All stunts were supervised by a professional stunt coordinator. No Danbos were harmed during the shot of this photo!

 

Today the Danbos were inspired by a video they saw on YouTube. There some guys put mentos into Coke bottles and shortly after the bottles busted. So the Danbos thought they could use that another way. They built a little starting ramp. Mini fastened his... well... seatbelts and Danbo opened the bottle and dropped in one of the mentos. Just a blink of an eye later Mini was shot into the air. We really had to walk an impressive far way to get back to him and check if everything was okay. All went fine and now Mini can say he was already flying!

Day 11 - Saw this in a contacts 365 from last year and always wanted to try doing it. I didnt have any Mentos mints though so had to use salt but was happy with the outcome

 

And here was the idea I got this from flic.kr/p/arxm7u

Did you see the episode on discovery channel with the Mythbuster?

Dumping loads of mentos in soda??

We loved it.

 

And my son has to do a lecture about vulcano's @ school.

So we thougth it would be nice if he makes a paper mache of a volcane

with a cola bottle inside.. and than dump the mentos in there.

 

Anyway.. Yesterday was a great day to try it...outside. :)

 

Don't try this @ home ????... right...

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=LjbJELjLgZg

Christmas Coke Bombs

 

photo by Scott Beale / Laughing Squid

 

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Porque como diz a célebre frase: "People should not be afraid of their governments. Governments should be afraid of their people."

 

A maneira como a grande mídia tratou esse assunto no início (e ainda vem tratando, achando que somos todos palhaços e vamos acreditar que "mudaram de lado" simplesmente para poder mostrar a verdade) me enojou de tal forma que acho que minha família não aguentava mais me ouvir xingando e comentando o que realmente acontecia e era relatado na Internet.

 

Foi cada absurdo que eu acompanhei durante esses dias que olha, até hoje não sei como é possível..

 

Um minutinho de sua atenção para este vídeo, do comportamento exemplar dos políciais e para este ótimo vídeo feito em resposta ao comentário do Jabor sobre os manifestos (que ele correu para tentar consertar agora que viu que a merda foi grande demais).

 

E aqui no Não Salvo tem um monte de vídeos mostrando atitudes dos policiais de ~qualidade excepcional~ que todas vocês já devem ter visto, mas vai que não...

 

Datenão chatiado por ter sido contrariado (essa eu vi "ao vivo" e ri muito)

Vídeo daquela repórter que tomou um tiro de bala de borracha no olho - e era do mesmo jornal que havia pedido uma ação mais ~eficiente~ da polícia (cuidado com o que vocês desejam, pode se tornar realidade)

 

Vários vídeos e relatos aqui no Feridos no Protesto

 

Por curiosidade mórbida eu resolvi ler a reportagem que a Veja fez sobre o assunto e só não rasguei aquela merda porque é do meu pai...

 

Para finalizar, um pouco de descontração com o que Hitler achou de tudo isso

 

Ahh sim... e para não dizer que só tenho revolta em meu coraçãozinho peludo, hoje (em boa parte) foi lindo de ver! A quantidade de pessoas reunidas por todo o Brasil (até aqui em Londrina teve), a ausência de briga durante a maior parte do tempo na maioria dos lugares, as pessoas na ~reintegração de posse~ do Planalto, afinal nós não invadimos uma casa que é nossa e várias outras coisas. Claro que em alguns lugares tiveram baderneiros, mas foram um mínimo do grupo e em alguns casos (como no RJ principalmente) foi muuuito suspeito...

 

Além disso, entre os vários memes / etc que foram criados durante esses dias e que, apesar de já terem sido muito citados, irei repetir por aqui dois que gostei / achei criativos:

 

"Jogaram Mentos na geração Coca-Cola"

 

e

 

"Era um país muito engraçado

Não tinha escola, só tinha estádio

Ninguém podia protestar não

Porque a PM sentava a mão

E a polícia, sempre apelava

jogava spray, jogava granada

e o recado que dou para os fardados

vocês também estão sendo explorados"

 

* E como deixar de lado o vídeo do Piero, sendo detido por portar Vinagre? É a Revolta da Salada, meu povo

 

Um absurdo sem tamanho! Policiais revistando as pessoas e detendo por porte de vinagre, prendendo por "formação de quadrilha"!!!! Atirando deliberadamente contra a imprensa e manifestantes que nada haviam feito, atirando para dentro dos apartamentos de quem estava filmando, quebrando o vidro da própria viatura, usando bombas de GL vencidas há anos e muitos "etc".

 

Resumindo, todos estamos cansados de saber que não são os 20 centavos, que é pelo vandalismo que o governo faz com as pessoas... Não reclamavam que as pessoas não protestavam, que não exigiam seus direitos? Taí, de "deitado eternamente em berço esplêndido" para "verás que o filho teu não foge à luta" =]

 

Só espero que continue assim e que as manifestações não se percam *__*

 

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**in english**

Vídeo muito bom feito por uma brasileira (está em inglês, mas tem legendas) para tentar ajudar a explicar ao povo "de fora" um pouco do que está acontecendo por aqui

Well I had a great time filming our latest episode of Photwalking with Robert Scoble, Photowalking 10, down at Maker Faire yesterday with Scobleizer. For those of you who have never been, Maker Faire is pretty amazing. The Faire was started by by Dale Dougherty and has grown into a huge annual event.

 

Robert and I got to spend some time yesterday talking with Make Magazine Senior Editor Phillip Torrone who said that this weekend they were expecting about 50,000 people. That's about 30,000 more than the 20,000 or so folks who showed up last year. According to Phillip the next Makers Faire will actually be in Austin.

 

So what exactly is Maker Faire? Well it's part Burning Man (except not out in the desert and without all the sex and drugs), part obsessive compulsive collector, part inventor's workshop, and part DYI indie tech geekery.

 

The highlight of the Faire was probably the launch of over 200 2 litter bottles of Diet Coke using mentos (see photo above). Another highlight was a talk on innovation and computer history by Steve (Woz) Wozniak, co-founder of Apple Computer. I also really enjoyed checking out Shawna Peterson's neon exhibit. Shawna offers a class in Emeryville on making neon. Here's a link about her from Make. I'm trying to build a set of images representing the largest personally shot collection of neon in the world, so you can imagine it was a treat for me to chat with Shawna a bit and check out a photo book of her work.

 

I brought my son William down with me and we spent most of the day with Robert and Patrick Scoble checking out the event and filming our next episode of photowalking. Robert knows everyone of course so I had a great time meeting lots of new people as well.

 

It was fun meeting Matt Cutts from Google for the first time. I've admired his blog for a while and it was nice to finally get a chance to meet and talk to him face to face. Ryan Block from Engadget was there. Andrew Baron from Rocketboom was there. Robert and I had a nice opportunity to spend some time with both Dale Dougherty who is the Founder of Maker Faire as well as Make Magazine's Phillip Torrone. And of course it's always a pleasure spending any time at all with the lovely, no, very lovely, and talented partycrasher herself Sarah Meyers. Jeremiah Owyang introduced me to one of the Ustream guys. Kristopher and I are hoping to Ustream live when we do our next upgrade of Zooomr. Shel Israel and Dave Alpert shot with us a bit, and... well, damn, there were just a lot of cool people down there to hang out and chat with. I even met a chocolate blogger, Brian Stephens.

 

I'm definitely looking foward to next year's Maker Faire. Maybe next year I'll try to go down for both days. I feel like I got a lot of great shots but didn't come anywhere close to covering it the way I really would have liked to.

 

Scoble has his write up on our day here. Scott Beale also has some great photos and a good write up over at Laughing Squid.

on refreshment stand in front of Israel Museum

 

blogged at www.al-kanz.org/2009/04/21/boycott-coca-cola/

 

msh0109-7 "mmmmm, minty"

Do lado do metrô Ana Rosa (Linha Azul)

 

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Zuerst: Macht das nicht zu Hause nach! Alle Stunts wurden von einem professionellen Stuntcoordinator überwacht. Es wurden keine Danbos während des Shootings verletzt!

 

Heute waren die Danbos von einem Video inspiriert, was sie bei YouTube sahen. Darin füllten ein paar Typen mentos in Coke-Flaschen und kurz darauf zerplatzen die Flaschen. Also dachten sich die Danbos, sie könnten diesen Effekt auch anderweitig nutzen. Sie bastelten eine kleine Startrampe. Mini befestigte seinen... nun ja... Sicherheitsgurt und Danbo öffnete die Flasche und ließ eines der mentos reinfallen. Im Bruchteil einer Sekunde wurde Mini in die Luft katapultiert. Wir mussten eine beachtliches Stück laufen, um zu Mini zu kommen und zu schauen, ob alles in Ordnung war. Alles lief bestens und jetzt kann Mini mit Fug und Recht sagen, dass er schon geflogen ist.

  

First of all: Do not try this at home! All stunts were supervised by a professional stunt coordinator. No Danbos were harmed during the shot of this photo!

 

Today the Danbos were inspired by a video they saw on YouTube. There some guys put mentos into Coke bottles and shortly after the bottles busted. So the Danbos thought they could use that another way. They built a little staring ramp. Mini fastened his... well... seatbelts and Danbo opened the bottle and dropped in one of the mentos. Just a blink of an eye later Mini was shot into the air. We really had to walk an impressive far way to get back to him and check if everything was okay. All went fine and now Mini can say he was already flying!

Taken at the right moment, we made this bottle of Coke explode with mint (Mentos) candy, believe it or not. We were trying to corroborate the urban myth of the girl that drank too much Coke and then swalloed the mints. Imagine the rest.

An extreme slow motion shot, just for fun!

 

Made with new I-Movix Sprintcam Vvs HD @ 1000 fps

 

Watch this video on Vimeo. Video created by David Coiffier.

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