Lorelei Complex

by halophoenix

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I am the stone that the builder refused
I am the visual, the inspiration
that made lady sing the blues
I am the spark that makes your idea bright
the same spark that lights the dark
so that you can know your left from your right
I am the ballot in your box, the bullet in the gun
the inner glow that lets you know to call your brother ’son’
the story that just begun, the promise of what’s to come
and I’m-a remain a soldier until the war is won

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Coby booth @ CES 2010

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I though Coby was just a knock-off brand, but apparently they're legit! And huge!
8th Feb 2010, 02:20   comments (0)

Project Natal in action

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Project Natal has a lot of promise. I'm impressed so far, but we'll have to see more real world uses of it.
8th Feb 2010, 02:19   comments (0)

Project Natal in action

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I was glad I got to see this; Natal looks pretty cool.
8th Feb 2010, 02:18   comments (0)

Heavy Rain @ Sony booth - CES 2010

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Watching a random person get the snot beat out of him while playing Heavy Rain on the PS3. Poor guy, guess the motion controller didn't agree with him.
8th Feb 2010, 02:17   comments (0)

Lasonic Booth @ CES 2010

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Are boomboxes making a comeback?
8th Feb 2010, 02:15   comments (0)

A boombox is not a toy.

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There was a whole company making nothing but next generation boomboxes that could play CDs and tapes but also docked your iPod and had USB capabilities and rechargable batteries!
8th Feb 2010, 02:14   comments (0)

Samsung booth @ CES 2010

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Another shot of Samsung's booth (part of it anyway) - the cieling was mirrored to give you the impression of amazing hieght.
8th Feb 2010, 02:12   comments (0)

Samsung booth @ CES 2010

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Samsung's booth was truly a sensory experience to behold. It was loud and visually stunning. The displays were floor to cieling playing the same demo reel, and lights were underfoot, drawing your attention to the panels in the center.
8th Feb 2010, 02:11   comments (0)