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CELEBRITIES & MODELS

Anne Hathaway Gets Leggy On Kimmel

Here’s Anne Hathaway looking red hot and getting seriously leggy on last night’s edition of Jimmy Kimmel Live. Now the last time we saw Hathaway I was utterly shocked that her plentiful breasts were nowhere to be found, which is the case here as well, but thankfully we get to gawk at her distractingly killer pair legs. Hell, this is so much of a shwingtastic legfest that I wouldn’t even care if she were topless. Ok, that’s a straight out lie, but hot damn does she have great legs. Enjoy the screen caps and check out the video to see everything in motion.

Gemma Atkinson Bikini Pics From Aruba

I gotta admit, ever since we started posting bikini pics of Gemma Atkinson, there’s been no decrease in the level of hotness. It’s literally amazing b/c she’s always on point and that’s why I’m shocked that we don’t see much more of her on these pages. Either she needs a new agent or she needs to really refocus on her career of showing off her hotness to the thirsty masses. These latest photos were snapped earlier today as the British soap star gemma Atkinson enjoyed a morning on the beach in Aruba with her lightweight boxer boyfriend Liam Richards. More about Liam’s boxing record here. Because it’s been more than a year since we last posted Gemma on the site, let’s revisit her Wiki, as well as some of her classic photos from over the years.

Ashley Greene's Striking Silver Dress

Ashley Green sparkled on the red carpet in a silver sequined dress at the "Twilight Saga: Eclipse" U.K. premiere yesterday. She may look all sweet and innocent, but the actress recently admitted she beat up her first school crush. The star was showing off her Tae Kwon Do martial arts skills in front of friends and decided the boy she was sweet on would be her victim. She explained, "I had to spar with the boys because I beat the girls up...This guy that I had a crush on, we called him Spitfire...I gave him a bloody nose and lip, so needless to say the romance did not work out."

Isabel Lucas is a Nerdy Chick

I'm not sure if Isabel Lucas is going incognito or she is on her way to a Math Team party, but I like it either way. More hot celebrities need to dress like nerds... that way, pathetic people like myself won't feel threatened by them. And then we can properly stalk them.

PHOTOGRAPHY & EYE CANDY

Hierve el Agua - Mexico’s Freeze Frame Falls

As you approach Hierve el Agua you would be forgiven for thinking that you are about to witness close up one of nature’s magnificent sites – that of a large, full flowing waterfall. However, closer inspection would reveal to you that what you thought was water cascading down the side of a hill is something else entirely. Very much of the beaten track and little visited the waterfall is in fact a natural formation of rock. In Spanish the name means the water boils but it looks more as if it has been frozen – perhaps there was some irony on the lips of the person who gave the place its name. Later, however, we will discover the reason for the name. Just over 70 kilometers from Oaxaca City in the eponymous state, the closest town to Hierve el Agua is San Lorenzo Albarradas which only has a population of a little over two thousand people. When you drive up the unpaved road which leads to the site you eventually come across two rock shelves. The shelves are home to fresh water springs.

Incredible Long Exposure Photos

Most photography uses extremely fast shutter speeds, only allowing light into the camera for a fraction of a second, but when longer exposures are used there can be some remarkable results. Static objects are revealed in heightened detail, while anything moving becomes a blur. Long exposure photography can be turned to any number of subjects, but there are some areas where it produces particularly impressive images. At nighttime, long exposures can reveal things invisible to the naked eye, while moving lights become streaks and trails. Images of water have a strange mist-like appearance as the liquid motion is blurred.

Wrangler's New Action-Packed Campaign

Wrangler sure knows how to grab our attention! For their Spring/Summer 2011 campaign (and as an extension of their We are Animals overarching tagline), they're back with 'Stunt,' an action-packed, adrenaline-fuelled series that brings real-life Hollywood stunt people to the forefront. Watch as these daredevils perform stunts we're only used to seeing in movies. Shattered glass, burning cars, and even dripping blood are all captured by US-based photographer Cass Bird and crew. These incredible shot were taken on the fake New York streets of Paramount Studios in Los Angeles. "The 'Stunt' campaign pushes Wrangler's thrill-loving brand persona to the max, and tests the limits of what is possible in advertising," Wrangler says.

The Incredible Things NASA Did to Train Apollo Astronauts

On the anniversary of the first man on the moon, and with the final space shuttle mission set to end Thursday, Wired.com takes a look back at the extraordinary amount of training astronauts go through before they are mission ready. Apollo astronauts practiced every second of their mission, even planting the flag (above), many times, indoors, outdoors, in space suits, underwater, in planes, in centrifuges, in pools, in the ocean and anywhere else NASA saw fit. They were prepared for every contingency and trained for water planned landings as well as desert and jungle survival in case their capsule missed the ocean and hit land. They learned geology, how to withstand g-forces, maneuver in low- and zero-gravity conditions, and how to drive electric rovers and land the lunar module. Here are some of the most memorable photos of the rigorous Apollo astronaut training from NASA's image archive.

PLANES, TRAINS & AUTOMOBILES

2015 Lotus Esprit Superleggera

On your marks, get set, GO! McLaren and Aston Martin are charging forward with their respective supercars, but a new leader in the race for Britain’s fastest supercar is emerging and it’s none other than Lotus. According to Automotive Express, sources are stating that the British manufacturer is preparing a flagship Superleggera version of their next generation Esprit. The new Superleggera is set to be released in late 2013/early 2014 and will be the fourth model in the Esprit lineup - next to a coupe, a convertible, and a glass-roofed Targa edition. The Esprit Superleggera will be powered by an upgraded version of the 4.8-liter V8 engine mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch semi-automatic gearbox with rapid shifts. This configuration will be capable of producing 612 HP at 9,000 rpm which will be highlighted with a special aluminum body that will be even stronger and lighter than the body used in the current model. This type of powerful and light combination will ensure the supercar charges from 0-60 mph in under three seconds with a top speed of 212 mph.

Brimstone Quadracycle

The Brimstone Quadracycle is a heady mix of hot rod styling, quad bike layout and V8 power. Each bike is built to order and designed to fit the buyer perfectly due to custom seat, handle bar and foot peg locations. The Brimstone Quadracyle is built using a range of lightweight and high-tech materials usually reserved for top-end supercars and the aerospace industry. Carbon fiber, Kevlar, aluminium, titanium and magnesium are all used - or available as an option - throughout the vehicle. Powering the Brimstone Quadracycle is an aluminium Dart 427 - 455 cubic inch (7.0 - 7.4 litre) small block V8 producing anywhere from 300 to 750 horsepower depending on the buyers level of insanity. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a four-speed automatic transmission and an aluminium 8.8 Ford IRS differential. The 0-60 mph run takes just 2.8 seconds.

Aston Martin V12 Vantage Carbon Black

The Aston Martin V12 Vantage has been one of the marques most desirable models since its introduction in 2009. For 2010 the company is offering a unique 'Carbon Black' special edition version. This Carbon Black package is also available for the DBS. Featuring bespoke Carbon Black metallic paint especially formulated with a subtle metallic twist to create a deep rich patina. Each V12 Vantage Carbon Black will undergo 50 man-hours of hand painting followed by stringent quality checks. The iconic Aston Martin side strake has been formed from real carbon fibre backed by a black mesh and complimented with 19 inch, gloss black 10 spoke diamond turned alloy wheels. A bright finished grille and front parking sensors (normally an option) complete the exterior detailing.

Website Lets Car Buyers Pitch Their Price

If you’ve ever searched for a car online, you know the drill: enter the make and model and sift through the results looking for something in your price range. A new website called Autopitch flips that equation around so buyers can tell sellers what they’re looking for and what they’re willing to pay. You can avoid the annoying haggling and that bogus, “I’ve got to ask the manager” line salesmen often give you at the dealership. And it gives the seller a more realistic idea what someone is willing to pay for his ‘92 Lumina. “Not only does it save the consumer time, it also creates ideal conditions for true market value,” says Autopitch founder Brad Chase. Here’s how it works...

TECHNOLOGY & OTHER NEAT STUFF

Mozilla Busts HTML5 Myths

Mozilla has jumped into the shark-infested debate about whether or not HTML5 can compete with platform native apps. Chris Heilmann, Mozilla’s Principal Evangelist for HTML5, has a new post on the Mozilla Hacks blog that challenges many “false assumptions” about HTML5. Heilmann’s post is not so much about which you ought to use for your next app — right now that depends on what you’re building — rather it attempts to clear the air about just what HTML5 actually can and cannot do. Among the things Heilmann covers are the myths that HTML5 has performance problems, that it can’t work offline and that developers can’t make money building HTML5 apps.

How to Prevent Your Computer from Overheating

Keeping your computer running within safe temperatures is important, especially as the temperature rises outside. Here's how to make sure your computer's not overheating—and how to fix it if it is. The cooling system of your computer is one of the most important features of the device. Without the cooling system, the electrical components of your computer wouldn't be able to function; overheating would damage the integral parts of what makes your computer work. The heat has to be dissipated in order to keep everything working within safe operating temperatures.

How Your Favorite Internet Companies Make Money

After setting up free networking profiles on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, an Internet user can instantly access the largest repository of information mankind has ever compiled at no cost — through Google. That person can stream music for free on Spotify, watch videos for free on YouTube, download free mobile phone apps on iTunes, set up a website for free on WordPress and post free classified ads on Craigslist. Indeed, the Internet is a bargain hunter’s dream. The paradox is that, while a great number of Internet services come gratis, the companies that provide these services are turning huge profits.

Half Of Netflix Streaming Viewers Are Watching On Their TVs

Half of Netflix's customers with high-speed Internet that are streaming movies are doing it on their television, according to new research from TDG Research. TDG surveyed 450 people who were Netflix subscribers with a broadband connection, and found that two-thirds of those people are streaming movies from Netflix. Of that number, half are watching it on their televisions. Credit Netflix's awesome gadget ecosystem for its streaming service. Users aren't simply running a cable from their laptops to their TVs. They're plugged into the various gadgets Netflix has partnered with, like the Xbox, Roku box, various Blu-ray players, Internet-connected TVs, and the Playstation 3.

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