Pick of the Week
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Here’s my grab-bag pick of the best illustration inspiring celebrity gossip, scandals, arts, entertainment, & just plain quirky stories & picture sexiness. A round-up for busy pervs. There’s pictures—reading optional.
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Pick of the best stories & pics
Scarlett Johansson showed what’s under the clothes in Under the Skin (hotcelebshome.com).
Coachella festival roundup
Kendall Jenner was cheeky in shorts (egotastic.com)…
Paris Hilton in a leather bustier (hawtcelebs.com, link updated)…
Vanessa Hudgens flashed flesh—and hair chalk (celebrityoopsdigest
And From Dusk till Dawn: The Series neck biter Eiza González gave lolas en piernas sensuales hotness (latinacelebdigest
Ireland Baldwin gave mesh see-thru nippleage (egotastic.com).
Catch more last week with…
Selena Gomez poked it out after firing her parents (Latina Pick of the Week 16th April)…
And Modern Family cutie Sarah Hyland gave dancing tongue at the Aerie and Filter Magazine annual Coachella kick-off party (Pick of the Week 15th April).
Kourtney Kardashian gave swimsuit candids in Vegas (hotcelebshome.com)…
And bumper bikini candids in Los Cabos, Mexico celebrating her 35th birthday (celebrityoopsdigest
Jessie J claimed her “bisexuality was a phase” (dailystar.co.uk).
“Back at the beginning of her chart-storming career, Jessie said that she dated both girls and guys, with many assuming that the Domino singer was a lesbian rather than bisexual.”
I guess RiRi’s rejection really hit hard! (Pick of the Week, 1st April 2013)
Rita Ora gave mega tongue and cleavage at the MTV Movie Awards (celebritytonguedigest
And 1Oak Nightclub.
The Vampire Diaries’ Kat Graham showed cheek in denim cut off shorts with “suspenders” (celebrityoopsdigest
LeAnn Rimes gave Ventura crack-shot (celebrityoopsdigest
Heidi Klum got her baps out in Mexico (celebrityoopsdigest
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German model, actress & singer Micaela Schaefer gave a fluffy Easter themed naked photoshoot at Brandenburger Tor Gate (celebrityoopsdigest
Helen Flanagan bunnied up for The Current Bun (hotcelebshome.com).
Arts, culture, tech. & funnies
Did Apple’s maps spy the Loch Ness Monster? (dailymail.co.uk).
“This shadowy form measuring around 100ft long and seemingly with two giant flippers powering it through the waters of Loch Ness was photographed by a satellite.”
It certainly looks mysterious—if it is not a boat wake as they spy no boat—but the Official Loch Ness Monster Fan Club’s excitement concluding it is “likely to be the elusive beast” must be tempered considering they said that about the wake poor old Mrs MacSporran from Tobermory rendered when swimming in those waterlogged oversized bloomers.
Their claim of Nessie “going missing for 18 months” is easier to explain: Charlie Sheen flies in to Scotland on Loch Ness Monster hunt (mirror.co.uk, July 2013).
Apple jumped on its back whatever it was: Apple’s maps trump Google’s as hopefuls hunt for legendary “Loch Ness Monster” (appleinsider.com).
“Apple’s overhead imagery is provided by satellite firm DigitalGlobe, though it is not immediately clear what Apple or DigitalGlobe have done to make the combined solution more suitable for those combing for cryptids.”
Indeed, but when they figure it out, one wonders if, were he still alive, Saintly Steve would be keen to “loch” it into the Apple ecosystem (Pick of the Week, 8th Apr.).
“Critics have dismissed the myth, noting how sightings usually occur before the summer season starts, when up to 100,000 tourists flock to the picturesque loch.”
Banksy listening in near GCHQ (telegraph.co.uk).
“A recently painted mural near GCHQ depicting secret agents listening in on a phone box could be a new Banksy, residents believe.”
The M.O. seems to fit considering “workmen” shenanigans were caught on CCTV two days later: Was Banksy caught on camera?
“The video appears to show the cheeky pair dressed as workmen. The footage was captured by Bristol’s Broad Plain and Riverside Youth Project, which has recently announced it plans to sell Banksy’s 'Mobile Lovers' piece….”
Updated 21st February 2015.
“The mural, located about three miles from government listening post GCHQ, has been a source of controversy ever since it appeared. It has been daubed with white paint, sprayed with silver and red graffiti, had people trying to steal it and businesses and communities fighting over ownership. Now with listed building consent, both the mural and the building’s satellite dish will be protected from unauthorised alteration or removal.”
A concern because his “No Ball Games” was ripped from a Poundland wall and put up for auction (see related stories).
Google spies on your emails to serve targeted ads (news.yahoo.com).
Google’s updated terms of service added a paragraph stating that “our automated systems analyze your content (including emails) to provide you personally relevant product features, such as customized search results, tailored advertising, and spam and malware detection. This analysis occurs as the content is sent, received, and when it is stored.”
Perhaps assisting the hype—if it was needed—to sell out the “cotten” Google Glass on its one-day-only offering (cnn.com).
“Limited rollouts are a good way for Google to test the demand for its much hyped wearable product. Previously, the only people who could get Glass were developers or people who applied for the device through Google contests.”
Apparently the red and even the black didn’t get as many takers showing that, as far as tech. is concerned we’ve come full circle and your next PC will probably have an all-the-rage stylish beige box.
Perhaps while reading instructions for wearers on how not to be a “Glasshole” (theglobeandmail.com, Feb.) media publishers had a few choice words for Google that didn’t rely on a puckered portmanteau: Major media publisher admits it is “afraid of Google” (wired.co.uk).
“Axel Springer, one of Europe’s largest media publishers, is afraid of the power that Google has accumulated, and worries that the search giant is becoming a ‘superstate’ immune from regulation… [referring] to a case where a change to Google’s algorithm led to a drop in traffic to an Axel Springer subsidiary of 70 percent.”
Dare I say, fear of those surreptitious search algorithms likely applies to a lot of people relying on ad revenue for running their own sites too.
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