Heidi Klum Is A Car Wash, Literally
Heidi Klum Is A Car Wash, Literally
Brad Bird on Tomorrowland
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Heidi Klum, who apparently commissioned designer Sean Kelly to make her a dress that could double as a car wash! Sometimes we get a little dramatic with the clothing comparisons for the sake of a joke. This time it's not necessary. The Project Runway star's black and blue fringed fashion could actually clean a vehicle...or a dog...or Tim Gunn!
With Brad Bird's new film, Tomorrowland — about an All-American teen genius recruited to join a futuristic secret society of the best and brightest and help save the world — the 56-year-old director wants to turn a new generation on to the glories of intellectual curiosity and good old-fashioned optimism. And given that this former animator is the man who gave us Tom Cruise scaling the Petronas Towers in Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol, Bird plans on doing this the only way he knows how: via a big-budget summer blockbuster, complete with special effects, CGI landscapes, robot moppets and George Clooney. Bird said "I think it's time science had a comeback. To me, science is God. How could anyone not be excited by it?"
Federal regulators have ordered the company whose pipeline spilled thousands of gallons of oil across a California coastline to take a series of steps before it can restart the line. The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration announced a so-called corrective action against Plains All American Pipeline on Friday. The order requires the company to remove the damaged section of pipe, test it and empty the remainder of the line. The agency says it still does not know the cause of the leak, which spilled up to 105,000 gallons of crude into a coastal ditch Tuesday. Thousands of gallons flowed into the sea northwest of Santa Barbara.
The contest for Nokia's HERE, its maps business, has become a three-way race between German carmakers, a consortium including Uber and Baidu, and a third group including China's Tencent and Navinfo. Finland's Nokia has started an auction of its maps business while it completes its $17.2 billion takeover of network equipment maker Alcatel Lucent. Analysts put the potential value of HERE at $2.2 billion euros to $4.4 billion euros .
Whatever is in the water at Camp Firewood, well, we want some. The Wet Hot American Summer cast does not age. Netflix released the first photos from Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, the prequel series to the cult-classic Wet Hot American Summer. Everybody's back and despite being in their 40s, their playing teenagers…and pulling it off. David Wain said in a statement. "The movie took place on the last day of camp in the summer of 1981. The show takes place on the first day."
Edward Snowden has hailed landmark shifts in Congress and the US courts on NSA surveillance but cautioned that much more needs to be done to restore the balance in favour of privacy. He also warned this was only the beginning of reform of the NSA, saying there are still many bulk collection programs which are “even more intrusive”, but expressed hope that the Senate would act to curb the NSA, saying retention of the status quo is untenable. In an hour-long interview with the Guardian in Moscow, the NSA whistleblower said the moves by the federal court and the House of Representatives marked the first time since the 1970s there had been a reduction rather than expansion in the powers of the surveillance agencies.
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