This year has come to an end and it will take away all the pain and mistakes. Now you have a brand new beginning to look forward to. Happy New Year !
The Graphics Interchange Format (better known by its acronym GIF) is a digital image format that was introduced in 1987 by CompuServe, the first major commercial online service in the United States. It has since come into widespread usage on the Internet due to its wide support and portability. Basic animation was added to the GIF89a spec few years after the first release, called GIF87a. The animated GIF are still so popular that they have even become currency in many chat rooms and email messages.
The girl dancing here is a typical animated GIF file. I chose something appropriate for this blog. Eheheh. Suppose you want to get a static image of the girl without the dress. Well, the purpose of this post is to explain how you can extract a single frame from the whole file. There is specif software able to create/split animated GIF images but in the web 2.0 era everything is provided as web service. So all you need to do is to go to GIF Explode or GIF exploder or Picasion or another one of your choice, there are dozens, and insert the url of the animated GIF you want to explode. That’s easy.
If you feel nerdy and you want to use a program from your own PC, I can suggest GIF Splitter, easy, free and with a very spartan interface. It also create a .GSF file which can be used to create ASCII art animations.
Last note: the GIF images are based on the patent US 4558302 that expired on 20 June 2003, so the GIF format is public domain technology, free to use for everyone.
Bitcoin is a consensus network that enables a new payment system and a completely digital money. It is the first decentralized peer-to-peer payment network that is powered by its users with no central authority or middlemen. From a user perspective, Bitcoin is pretty much like cash for the Internet. Nobody owns the Bitcoin network much like no one owns the technology behind email. Bitcoin is an open source project. That means it’s code is available for perusal by anyone. It has already been defined as the Napster of the currency and it is probably going to completely change the concept of money in the next decade.
To support this innovative project I decided accept donation in Bitcoin. The widget to donate is visible at the top right corner of the screen. I’m also supporting the Litecoin network, which is another potentially very interesting technology.
For those who are already familiar with the technology, these are the addresses where, if you want, you can send your donation:
- For donation in BTC: 1AzNH4rJUFT5bcZp3V4aDTqBBrhc659Bd5
- For donation in LTC: Lc23T9JhkkUspNoHJHfBKuU2ema2nQ6ssw
For those who are not, I suggest you to start understand this technology now, because, first or later you’ll have to deal with it. Then, the faster you start, the better is for you. Here is a list of sites to begin:
Daisy Lane – December 16, 1978 – San Diego (CA), USA – Sagittarius
Another category released: threesome.
We already had a group sex category, but this new one is more specific as it only features porn involving three persons: males, females, shemales, trannies, straight, gay and bisex. So, you’ll find MFF and MMF threesomes, but also FFF, MFT, MTT, FTT, MMM and any other possible combination you can imagine.
The new category includes some dp action, but if you’re a lot into that, remember there is a very specific category for double penetrations.
Yesterday I received a mail from Mr. David Roger telling he his going to send me an atm card loaded with 4,500,000 dollars. What to say ? Thank you ?
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Date: Mon, 9 Dec 2013 12:43:03 +0530 [02:13:03 EST]
Delivery-date: Mon, 09 Dec 2013 02:13:33 -0500
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To: Recipients <email@example.com>
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Subject: Re: Your ATM Card Delivery
Your overdue payment sum of US$4.5 Million has been converted into
an ATM Card which you can withdraw in any ATM Cash Point Machine
Worldwide.Contact Sir.Charles Alan via Email ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
with your full home address for delivery.
Like most of you, I’m getting a lot of this shit every day. It is obviously a scam and there are many other scams over the Internet. If you are curious to read other “improbable” stories, here is for you the Top 10 Internet Email Scam. Lots of laughs guaranteed !
Kora Peters – December 07, 1976 – Atlanta (GA), USA – Sagittarius
Rebel Mouse is a new personal publishing service that aims to be your main hangout online by offering a free aggregation service that pulls together your social media feeds into a single, unified view. If you’re a very social kinkster you can’t miss it. Setup is fast and easy. In two minutes I’ve put online the Rebel Mouse page for Fetish Bank. I love it.
You can use their service to automatically generate a personalized page of content pulled from various social media sources (Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Instagram, Linkedin, Thumblr, etc.) and then use that page as a home page or embed it into your existing blog, microblog or website. The finished product looks a little like Pinterest in design, with a basic grid layout that rolls down a single page and keeps on going, showing more and more stuff as you scroll down.