1. Veganlık girişimi başarısız!

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    Music: Natural Organics by Black Ant (http://b-l-a-c-k.tumblr.com/)

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    • who's that girl?

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      • MCA Versatility

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        MCA Suspension prove why they are at the top of the game when it comes to suspension for your car. Showing the versatility of the MCA shock range the guys prove that they can cater to any discipline.

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        • Trailer enduroXcup Augsburg 2014

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          Am 02. und 03.August findet im Zuge der Endurocross Meisterschaft der enduroXcup in Augsburg statt. Fahrer finden alle Informationen unter http://enduroxcup.wordpress.com/augsburg/ Nennschuluss ist am Mittwoch, den 30.07.14 um 23 Uhr Der enduroXcup ist die einzigartige Gelegenheit für Jedermann lizenzfrei und unbürokratisch an Endurocross Rennen teilzunehmen. Die Strecken werden in mühevoller Arbeit von Fahrern für Fahrer vorbereitet und garantieren maximalen Fahrspaß!

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          • Cusp 2008 / Brian Murphy

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            Brian Murphy knows intellectual property law. And you probably don't. His practice focuses on copyright, trademark, right of publicity/ right of privacy, false advertising, unfair competition, and defamation, providing counsel to advertising agencies, advertisers, and entertainment companies as they develop and produce advertising and entertainment properties across all media. Brian negotiates and structures agreements relating to celebrity talent, product placement, sponsorship, content licenses, and agency-client contracts, and assists clients in the development and execution of complex promotions and programs, including those involving user- generated content, social networking, and interactive, mobile, and other emerging content platforms. He regularly advises clients on the development and production of branded entertainment projects such as television shows, films, live events, electronic games, webisodes, mobisodes, and web sites. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania (BA, magna cum laude, 1989; Phi Beta Kappa) and New York University School of Law (JD, cum laude, 1992), Brian is an Adjunct Professor of Law at New York Law School. He previously taught at Fordham University Law School and has lectured at the Parsons School of Design.

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            • Cusp 2010 / Liz Gerber

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              As a professor in the Segal Design Institute at Northwestern University, Liz Gerber’s mission is to use design to build people’s confidence and motivate innovation. As an expert in creativity and innovation and the founding faculty member of Design for America, she is doing exactly that. Realizing the demand for informal, interdisciplinary service learning opportunities in design and the abundance of local societal challenges in Chicago, Liz founded Design for America (DFA) in October 2008. An award winning initiative that engages students in design for local and social impact, the Design for America model is spreading virally as students from campuses across the country set up their own DFA studios. Liz received a BA from Dartmouth College and completed her doctoral degree in Management Science and Engineering and master’s degree in Product Design at Stanford University. Prior to joining the Segal Design Institute, Liz taught business and design at Stanford’s d.school and worked in the toy industry. She writes about tools and practices that support innovation for academics and practitioners in the design, human computer interaction, and management communities.

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              • Cusp 2010 / Diana Rhoten

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                Diana Rhoten is co-founder and co-director of Startl, an organization dedicated to accelerating the growth, development and distribution of digital innovations for learning from kindergarten to college - inside and outside the classroom. Startl seeks to nurture talent, stimulate alternative modes of production and open up new avenues and venues that create big audiences for small projects by recruiting young innovators, immersing them in a rigorous product design and development process, and helping them to build socially responsible and fiscally sustainable start-ups. Diana has worked extensively on the design, implementation, and assessment of new organizational strategies and structures. She's currently leading a dozen New York City institutions — including the New York Public Library, American Museum of Natural History, Cooper-Hewitt Design Museum, Museo del Barrio, and MTV — through an adaptive design and change process. In addition to coaching twenty institutional representatives, she manages a dozen media designers, technologists, researchers and graduate students. In just ten weeks, this team produced Mannahatta, a location-based game for mobile devices that maps Manhattan’s historical ecosystem onto the modern grid of the city’s streets. Holder of a Ph.D. in international development and education and an M.A. in sociology from Stanford, an M.Ed. from Harvard and a B.A. from Brown, Diana has published in journals including Science, Minerva and Thesis Eleven, and has been featured in The New York Times, Nature and The Chronicle of Higher Education. For her theoretical contributions and practical applications in the area of organizational design and innovation, Diana was named a Sigma Xi Distinguished Lecturer, an award that honors individuals at the leading edge of science.

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                • Cusp 2010 / Baba Brinkman

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                  Baba Brinkman earned his Masters Degree in Medieval and Renaissance English Literature with a thesis that drew parallels between the worlds of hip-hop and literary poetry. In 2003 he began his career as a rap troubadour. In 2004 he took his award-winning hip-hop theatre show 'The Rap Canterbury Tales' around the world, including two tours of Australia, three critically-acclaimed runs at the Edinburgh Fringe, several college tours of the US, and frequent returns to the UK and Europe. His rap adaptations are now used in hundreds of classrooms around the world. In 2007, Baba founded indie label Lit Fuse Records and released the debut album 'Butterfly Man' from singer/songwriter Aaron Nazrul. The single 'When the Night' was featured on network television's 90210, and the video enjoyed top ten rotation on Canadian MTV. In 2008, he joined forces with UK BBC Slam Champion MC Dizraeli to form the hip-hop group Mud Sun. They co-wrote and released two albums and 'The Rebel Cell,' a hip-hop play that was one of the biggest critical successes of the 2008 Edinburgh Fringe, winning the 'Spirit of the Fringe Award.' The play has toured the UK several times and recently appeared at venues in Egypt and Palestine. Baba's latest project – 'The Rap Guide to Evolution' – won the prestigious 'Scotsman Fringe First Award' at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2009, and was a popular and critical success. To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the publication of Darwin's Origin of Species, he toured 'Rap Guide' to ten cities across the USA. Never one to rest, he's currently working on 'The Rap Guide to Human Nature' which will debut at the 2010 Edinburgh Fringe. Oh, and in ten summers as a tree-planter in Canada's Rocky Mountains, he personally planted over one million trees.

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                  • Cusp 2010 / Andy Bichlbaum

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                    Andy Bichlbaum is a guy from Tucson, Arizona who has held a bunch of jobs and was fired from pretty much all of them. He has a 'terminal' degree in experimental fiction writing, which enabled him to publish a couple of books that made him so rich and lazy that he took up computer programming to pass the time. While 'working' as a programmer he spent some time orchestrating the infamous 'Simcopter Hack' in which 80,000 copies of a macho video game were found - shortly after being shipped to stores - to be 'enhanced' with swarms of kissing boys. Fired yet again, he became a celebrity among a small but interesting group of lazy queer hackers, and enjoyed the attention so much that he went on to found the notorious "anti-corporate corporation" RTMark.com, a website that matched illegal activist projects with investors and skilled helpers. This Web 0.5 site generated lots of attention in the media and was mistaken as art by a number of curators, who included it in the Whitney Biennial and other major shows. In the course of running RTMark, Andy and his co-conspirator Mike Bonanno accidentally started The Yes Men when a fake WTO website they created garnered them an invitation to speak at a law conference in Austria. Today, in addition to Andy's many jobs with The Yes Men, he teaches at Parsons, The New School for Design.

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                    • David Young - Overdrive Technology (featuring James Robinson)

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                      From the upcoming album Silverback Release Date: 9/2/14 Label: DYP davidyoungpresents.com

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