For all of you who didn’t get a chance to attend the 107.9 Birthday Bash 18, I have a treat for you. S/O to 3511 Media for capturing Atlanta’s own and Mays High Alumni Goodie Mob performance at the block party in Centennial Park. Goodie Mob took us way back to when it first started performing classic songs such as Dirty South, Cell Therapy, and Soul Food. They also blessed the crowd with their new single entitled “Special Education” from the upcoming album Age Against The Machine dropping August 22, 2013. Nice work Khujo, T-Mo, Bigg Gipp, and Cee-Lo, much success!
If you like emcees that can really spit, you need to check out this new joint by Pop Culture called “Thinking Bout Power” featuring Phene and Willie Hyn. These dudes really put their heart into this joint and the video is dope as well. S/O to my homie Ted the engineer for putting me on game. Support your underground artist and follow @IamPoppCulture
League MVP LeBron James pumped in 37 points, 12 rebounds, and 4 assist as the Miami Heat defeated the San Antonio Spurs 95-88 in game seven to win the 2013 NBA Championship. Dwyane Wade added 23 points and 10 rebounds, and Shane Battier contributed 18 points off the bench including six 3-pointers.
A difficult loss for the San Antonio Spurs but a valiant effort in the seven game series, hats off to the Western Conference Champions for such a great run and exciting series. Tim Duncan, one of the best power forwards to ever play the game scored 24 points and grabbed 12 rebounds. Kawhi Leonard added 19 points and 16 rebounds, and Manu Ginobili scored 18 points.
For the second straight season, the Heat are champions again and LeBron James was awarded his second Bill Russell Finals MVP Award. James said:
“I work on my game a lot, throughout the offseason,” “I put a lot of work into it and to be able to come out here and (have) the results happen out on the floor is the ultimate. The ultimate. I’m at a loss for words.”
James Gandolfini, actor and winner of three Emmy Awards for playing the role of Tony Soprano on the HBO series The Sopranos passed away Wednesday June 19th while vacationing in Rome, Italy. Gandolfini, dead at 51, leaves behind a wife (Deborah) and two kids (Michael and Lilliana). Visit www.yahoo.com for more on the death of James Gandolfini
My name is Diallo Burke and I am an entrepreneur from College Park, Georgia. I used to be considered intelligent or gifted, but while attending an early college I was labeled bipolar by the education system. This was because I believed with all my heart and to this day that the government stole my idea for using algae to produce ethanol with top secret government research or using PRISM. I ended up dropping out instead of finishing my last year as a double major in Environmental Science and Biology. Since then i have come out with countless ideas that could help people and help protect the environment. A lot of my ideas started showing up in media after posting them on Google,with no credit given to the author. All of my ideas on Google are protected by the Creative Commons License.
Today i came across an article Cloud Print (Free)What’s it about? Google’s Cloud Print app is finally here, allowing users to print from their Android devices to printers connected to their Wi-Fi networks.
What’s cool? At its simplest, Google’s Cloud Print lets users connect a printer to a Wi-Fi network, hook it up with Cloud Print, and then send print jobs to it from any Android device connected to that network. It’s a principle other apps have handled in the past, but Google’s version brings the company’s classic simple and elegant app design along with it. You can monitor your print jobs from the app to see how they’re doing, and send documents and images from your device’s Gallery for printing quickly and easily.
Who’s it for? If you’ve got printers you can access on your Wi-Fi network and want an easy way to print from your phone or tablet, Google has provided it.
What’s it like? Other cloud printing apps include HP e-Print and Cloud Print from developer Paulo Fernandez.
This is an exact copy of an idea i came up with in 2012 and is kept on the Google cloud. The dates and data can be verified through the cloud. I do not know how many of my ideas have been stolen, but i do know that if PRISM was used to terrorize citizens like me , then there is a big potential lawsuit on the governments hands.
Big Boi of multi-platinum rap duo OutKast, teamed up with GQ Magazine to tell us 10 essential things he need while on the road for the Shoes For Running tour. Surprisingly, #1 on his list is the Big Boi Bandana souvenir that he’s sporting in the video. Also on his list are rolling papers, collard greens, bee pollen, and more. Check out this funny skit and don’t be afraid to leave a comment below.
In war, alliances and enemies is everything. The questions at the end of the day: Who is the biggest enemy and what is the end game? America, Israel, Russia, China, N.Korea, Lebanon, Great Britain, and so many other powers are involved in the Syrian War. Players are always being added and new alliances begin to form. Hamas a staunch enemy of Israel and America, former ally of Syria and Hezbollah called for Hezbollah to withdraw its troops. Against it’s own best interests last year Hamas withdrew its backing of Syria.
It essentially threw it’s former ally Assad to Israel in the hopes that it could avoid another conflict with Israel. Hamas wants Hezbollah to keep it’s weapons aimed at Israel, but want’s it to ignore an important advanced weapon lifeline and a proxy Western battlefront. Israel and Western powers are trying to gradually take over the middle east by isolating and destroying enemies. Iraq was targeted in the 90’s but only fell recently. Syria was targeted previously but has allies to fall back on in hard times.
Hezbollah gains by remaining in the war. Syria can more easily transfer weapons to an ally, who it is in direct contact with(i.e. fighting alongside them in war) and it keeps a buffer/enemy of Israel/ally in Syria. This is the same dilemma that the West has in arming rebels, if the arm the rebels then weapons will automatically end up in terrorists hands. If the west supplies inferior weapons, then the rebels will be unable to compete with Assad, but if they supply advance weapons then they open hells gate to potential weapons Al Qaeda can get it’s hands on. The fighting stokes social boundaries between Shiites and Sunnis, but the war has the potential to strengthen political power by obtaining victory. It also gives Hamas already battle hardened soldiers, more experience on the battlefield.
Hamas would be better off obtaining and strengthening alliances in the region, instead of practicing isolationist military policies. Syria and Hezbollah could be a great alliance to join.
America would also be seen as turning it’s back on fighting terror wherever it is. America would be in fact supporting and arming terrorists in a direct political fight. It has the potential to quickly turn southward like Benzhai and Fast and the Furious. The only problem is that traditional media has seen it coming from a mile away. The real question is: What is the US government thinking in arming terrorists and was the US government always the terrorists we were looking for?
By: Diallo Burke 6-17-2013
Owner and Ceo of A Green Earth Now www.agreenearthnow.com