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Amir and Nema = Writers.
Close friends but living in different places. Amir in Sweden, and Nema in Iran.
Married, no children.
Hobbies: Computer Sciences, Internet Surfing, Music, Movies,
Sports, Reading Any Readable Material! and Photographing.

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Thursday, October 02, 2003
Letters From Soldiers

"...tonight we are restricted to our barracks..."
"...thanks a lot for the smokes as they sure came in handy to us all in the tent..."
"...says he would give his right arm to stand..."
"we just got word that they no longer need cadets and that they're short of men in the ground forces. I guess you know what that means. Back to the infantry for me."

-Read More Letters From Soldiers Of World War II

Posted at 01:02 pm by Nema
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Rocket Seats or Just too Much Gasoline Drink?

Rocket-propelled airplane seats, space shuttle escape pods, lifeboats that plunge from oil rigs Into fiery seas: exit tech for high-risk machines races to keep pace as the perils pile up. An article from Stephan Wilkinson in Popular Science.

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Wednesday, October 01, 2003
Blind Owl AND Lost Highway?

Sadegh Hedayat was born in 1903 in Teheran, where he spent most of his life. In the 1940s he studied existential philosophy with Jean-Paul Sartre. Through his writing he brought his country's language and literature into the mainstream. He committed suicide in 1951.
" THE BLIND OWL" by SADEQ HEDAYAT it's a novel that it's so similar to "lost highway"(A Strange Film By David Lynch).
This Story Begins With "There are sores which slowly erode the mind in solitude like a canker. It is impossible to convey a just idea of the agony which this disease can inflict. In general, people are apt to relegate such inconceivable sufferings to the category of incredible..."

Posted at 07:36 pm by Nema
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Lord of the Rings: the Return of the King

Take a look at the trailer of the Lord of the Rings: the Return of the King.
When did they make this part?

Posted at 05:13 pm by Amir
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What you think you know, you don't know

  • Keanu Reeves gives us an insight into Neo's development and how those incredible special effects influence his acting.
  • Test your intelligence on  CIA-related movies.

Posted at 12:29 pm by Nema
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Rise of the Machines, Artificial Intelligence...

Do you know that how close we are to the concept of Terminator series. Is it just a sci-fi or something real? One of my friends here (Christer) says that maybe these blackouts and some disasters are the first signs of some "skynet" AI mastermind. Read more in this article from BBC.

Posted at 08:48 am by Amir
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Tuesday, September 30, 2003
Tip & Tricks About Animation

Animation is all the rage on the web and is becoming more popular every day. But before you begin to create animations for your web site, you need to consider some basic questions, such as: What is its purpose? What kind of audience do you want to attract? What are you trying to say/promote? Will the animation add interest to your site or detract from it? If you've decided that having an animation will add value and interest to your site, we move onto other considerations, which include file formats and size, along with design and execution.
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Satellite Photos from Forbidden Sites

It was impossible to see such high detail pictures freely a couple of years ago. These days by using many technologies it is possible to see pictures from sites that you cannot even enter their countries.
These are some very beautiful picture galleries from DigitalGlobe.

Posted at 08:45 am by Amir
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Monday, September 29, 2003
Microchips, Identity, Cyborgs, CGB! (Chips Guided Bullets), ...

I was reading sth about implanting microchips under human skin and Cyborg projects in Compiler. It is good to take a look at that article. I think this, despite all its good benefits, is a step toward limiting human freedom and privacy. If sth must be used carefully, then sth must be wrong with that (this looks like one of Murphy's laws!). 

Posted at 08:56 am by Amir
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Sunday, September 28, 2003
Culture of Eastern's Wars in New movies

Two New Movies With Eastern's  Concepts Of War

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