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Ralph Laurens Classic Car Art Collection On Exhibit For The First Time Ever (PICS)
Some of the most precious gems in famed fashion designer Ralph Lauren's incredible car collection will be exhibited for the the first time ever in Paris this spring. Lauren's collection, possibly the finest one in private hands on the planet, features impeccable examples of the rarest and most valuable vehicles in the world. Four of his exquisite automotive works of art, which have never before been seen in public, will be on view at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris from April 28 – August 28: a 1964 Ferrari 250 LM; a 1960 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta Scaglietti; a 1956/1958 Jaguar XKSS; and a 1931 Alfa Romeo Monza 8C 2300. 13 other Lauren cars will also be on display during the exhibit, entitled "The Art of the Automobile: Masterpieces from the Ralph Lauren Collection"
The One Chart Which Best Explains the Debt Ceiling Crisis
And the melodrama continues. Six days away from the August 2 deadline and Republicans are still locked in their no taxes mindset imposed upon them by Tea Party Republicans. John Boehner finds himself in a position with little wriggle room available. In saner times, the Speaker would have been only too happy to accept the package offered to him by the President, one which contained massive cuts and changes to Social Security and Medicare. But the last word you would use to describe the current climate in D.C. is sane
Even as they mourn the loss of Steven Strasburg, DNC officials have a lot more to worry about than unsound elbows. A revised estimate of our economy's output indicates GDP grew at an abysmal 1.6 percent last quarter, a new analysis anticipates the GOP picking up 50 House seats this November and, in case that wound wasn't salty enough for ya', Barack Obama is wearing mom jeans. Thankfully, the opposition party is on the case: Sarah Palin is providing a much needed boost to the private jet and bendable straw industries, Rand Paul is NOT going to be a legislative Leviathan and Michele Bachmann is single handedly increasing the demand for assault rifle ammunition. This is HUFFPOST HILL for Friday, August 28th, 2010: GDP GROWTH ESTIMATE REVISED DOWNWARD: OUR LONG NATIONAL :'-( PERSISTS - If America's economic malaise were a Bruce Springsteen song, this news would suggest we're transitioning from the "I'm going to tinker with my '74 Mustang until stagflation is solved" stanza to the more frightened "grab me tight girl, and don't let go" one. "The nation's gross domestic product - the broadest measure of the economy's output - grew at a 1.6 percent annual rate in the April-to-June period, the Commerce Department said Friday. That's down from an initial estimate of 2.4 percent last month and much slower than the first quarter's 3.7 percent pace. Shortly after the revision was announced, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said the Fed will consider making another large-scale purchase of securities if the slowing economy deteriorates significantly. But the Fed chief stopped short of committing to any specific action." His comment goosed the stock market anyway. If your recession lasts for more than four quarters, consult your physician: "The U.S. birth rate has dropped for the second year in a row, and experts think the wrenching recession led many people to put off having children. The 2009 birth rate also set a record: lowest in a century." Oh look, this exists: MILLER AND MURKOWSKI BRACING FOR COURT FIGHT, POSSIBLE THIRD PARTY BID - Daily Beast: "As a tight vote count continues in the Last Frontier's Senate race, The Daily Beast's Shushannah Walshe reveals that Republicans are quietly testing a third-party path for Lisa Murkowski. The count in the Alaskan Senate Republican primary continues for the second day with Joe Miller still in the lead, but the drama is heating up. The Daily Beast has learned exclusively that an individual independent of Lisa Murkowski's campaign has commissioned a poll to see how she would fare if she ran as a third-party candidate under the Libertarian Party. The poll is being commissioned by Andrew Halcro, a former Republican state legislator, Murkowski supporter, and Sarah Palin critic. He ran against Palin in the 2006 governor's race as an independent in both the primary and general election." Miller: "It concerns us any time somebody lawyers up and tries to pull an Al Franken, if you will." Yeah! Don't you hate it when other people win??? Miller also kinda, sorta called Murkowski a prostitute when he tweeted -- then quickly deleted -- the following: @JoeWMiller What's the difference between selling out your party's values and the oldest profession? Miller apologizes: ""Please accept my apologies. Staffer trying to encourage Libertarians not to sell out." BAD STAFFER. FLORIDA GOP PRIMARY LOSER WON'T ENDORSE RIVAL - Funny, we didn't realize you could find pumas on the East Coast: "Defeated Florida Republican gubernatorial hopeful Bill McCollum is declining to support former rival and newly-minted GOP nominee Rick Scott as he heads into his general election campaign. The St. Petersburg Times reports that McCollum, currently the Attorney General of Florida, signaled on Thursday that he offered his congratulations to Scott over the phone following Tuesday's election, but remains very skeptical of the self-funding contender's integrity." Elyse Siegel: ESTIMATE HAS GOP TAKING 50 SEATS IN THE HOUSE - Our polling expert Mark Blumenthal says the method used in this analysis is sound -- so...ruh roh. "By our reckoning, the most likely scenario is a Republican majority in the neighborhood of 229 seats versus 206 for the Democrats for a 50-seat loss for the Democrats. Taking into account the uncertainty in our model, the Republicans have a 79% chance of winning the House...The key will be to follow the generic polls from now to November. If the polls stay close, the Democrats have a decent chance to hold the House. But if the polls follow the past pattern of moving toward the 'out' party and move further toward the Republicans -- even by a little -- the Republicans should be heavily favored." Joseph Bafumi, Robert S. Erikson and Christopher Wlezien in HuffPost: DAILY DELANEY DOWNER - From Arthur Delaney: "Just 1,200 people have been approved so far for a new program to provide insurance coverage to people with pre-existing conditions. The program, known as the Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan, launched in July as one of the immediate benefits of the new health care reform law, offering coverage to the uninsurable until 2014 when people should be able to choose from affordable policies available on an "exchange." There are roughly four million people uninsured because of pre-existing conditions, and Democrats touted the new program as one of the best immediate provisions of health care reform. But the PCIP's administrators have said they expect it to reach only 350,000 over the next three years." Don't be bashful: Send tips/stories/photos/events/fundraisers/job movement/juicy miscellanea to Follow us on Twitter - @HuffPostHill BLUMENAUER ISSUES CLARIFICATION TO NYT'S MATT BAI - AtRep. Earl Blumenauer RAND PAUL MAYBE CAN'T SOLVE $2 TRILLION BUDGET DEFICIT IN ONE YEAR - Turns out a freshman senator representing a movement threatening to some members of his party's leadership can't by himself commandeer the entire federal budget, strip it of a giant fraction of its expenditures, steer it through committee and corral 60 votes for one year. AP: "Republican Senate candidate Rand Paul backtracked Thursday on his pledge to erase the federal budget deficit in a year, instead offering several options that he said could get it done within five. Paul, a tea party favorite for his limited government views, said in an interview on WHAS-AM that he'll introduce five budget-balancing options if he defeats his Democratic opponent, state Attorney General Jack Conway." Sharron Angle's own supporters are tiring of their candidate's approach to policy and politics. Las Vegas Review-Journal: "Some 68 percent of those surveyed said they would have preferred if a candidate other than Angle had won the GOP primary. Among them were 71 percent of Republicans, 71 percent of nonpartisans and 64 percent Democrats. Among Angle voters, 66 percent said they would have preferred another GOP nominee, as would have 68 percent of Reid voters and 79 percent of those in neither camp." PELOSI: DON'T EXTEND BUSH TAX CUTS FOR WEALTHY - Nancy Pelosi, at a San hometown briefing with reporters, including HuffPost Hill's acting San Francisco bureau chief, Lucia Graves, said that extending tax cuts for the top two percent would be a mistake. She said, however, that much would depend on the Senate. President Obama is winning back Real America, one high waistband at a time. From WSJ's Elizabeth Williamson's pool report: "Sasha came first in white top and brown shorts followed closely by flotus in grey sleeveless top and white cropped pants. After a short break came potus in white shirt and his grey jeans looked to your pooler rather mom-like." Who knew President Obama shopped at a circa-1993 Marshalls? It's Ed Shelleby's last day as comm director for Rep. Jim McDermott. He'll be spring boarding to Al Franken's press shop. Mazel tov, Ed. GOOD OL' MODEST SARAH PALIN ASKS FOR BENDABLE STRAWS AT HER EVENTS...AND PRIVATE LEAR JETS - America's favorite hockey racquetball mom has some awfully expensive tastes, according to her speaking contract released as part of a California investigation into accounting practices by its universities. Among her list of demands to appear at an event are a "'deluxe' hotel suite, a first class ticket or a private jet ('Lear 60 or larger'), pre-selected audience questions, and "bendable" straws - not to mention the $75,000 in cash." Palin had mocked the disclosure when college students first found part of her contract in the trash. Looks like they were telling the truth. CNN: ...Whereas Michele Bachmann just wants to make it rain. "Congresswoman Bachmann today toured Federal Ammunition ATK, and met with dozens of employees that have worked at the factory for many years," Bachmann spokesman Sergio Gor said. "Federal Ammunition ATK is a significant employer in the district and Congresswoman Bachmann considers these jobs very important for the district. Congresswoman Bachmann is a strong supporter of the 2nd Amendment and was able to fire several rounds of bullets produced in this factory. The Congresswoman has a great shot and did well!" Nick Wing: BECAUSE YOU'VE READ THIS FAR - Here are two corgis on a treadmill: JIM BUNNING: A MAJOR LEAGUE D-BAG - With the completely deflating news that Nationals phenom Steven Strasburg will require talent-diluting Tommy John surgery, Hall of Fame pitcher-turned-Senator Jim Bunning is starting to look a tad bit insensitive for comments he made about the rookie. A few weeks ago, when Strasburg sat out a start due to shoulder soreness, Bunning -- while dramatically grabbing his arm -- exclaimed to Politico, "Five-hundred twenty starts, I never refused the ball," Bunning said. "What a joke!" Eschaton: Hey, Bunning! 1964, buddy. 1964. HILLARY CLINTON GETS NEW 'DO...NO WORD YET FROM PYONGYANG - "Look at this comely stateswoman!" declares WaPo, which explores the extra three inches of filamentous biomaterial shattering our patriarchal society's expectations of older women. "Clinton, at age 62, has grown out her hair. And it looks quite nice. Conventional wisdom advises that after a certain age -- 50ish -- women should cut their hair...Clinton's hair, now creeping toward below-the-shoulders territory, is practically radical for Washington's seasoned female power elite. Good for her." Big ups to @eniedowski for this one: Best article sidebar...ever?: Today in "Are you there God? It's me, America:" "Authorities say a car driven by the U.S. ambassador to Malta crashed into a drainage ditch in Southern California, killing a nun and injuring a 94-year-old pastor. The nun and pastor were passengers in the car driver by Ambassador Douglas Kmiec, 58, the California Highway Patrol said. Kmiec also suffered moderate injuries in Wednesday's one-vehicle crash." JEREMY THE INTERN'S WEATHER REPORT - So a few days ago, I cued ominous music. You all have nothing to worry about. Tonight: The beautiful weekend begins tonight. High-60s, which means not-too-hot, not-too-cold. In the words of Arthur Delaney, "It feels like there's no weather at all!" Tomorrow: The sun will be shining down, with temperatures in the upper-80s. Bring some shade or head wear... like a tri-corner hat (for no reason whatsoever). Sunday With two, count 'em, two high pressure systems in the area, the clear skies and sun will continue. It truly is a perfect weekend. Thanks, JB! Chuck Todd and I had a bit of a Twitter back-and-forth this morning, in case you missed it. While interviewing a guest during The Daily Rundown, he asked whether Hurricane Earl (still a really stupid name) could harm New Orleans. I tweeted to him that it could not. Simply put, being an Atlantic Hurricane, it's too far out in the ocean (or at least, too far north). That's the back, JB, but where's the forth? COMFORT FOOD - That lady who dumped a cat in the trash should be on guard. - Some magic, infused with the hippity and the hoppity which the kids love. - Hands down the best Pez dispenser of all time. - From CollegeHumor, the best viral videos of the year so far. - A very angry take on a Carrie Underwood song. - Because, hey, why not: a dancing parrot. - A collection of rocket-powered bikes. - Ranting about PowerPoint might get you fired from the Army. TWITTERAMA @danielradosh: And then Snuffleupagus says, "The Aristocrats!" RT @sesamestreet: Elmo: Elmo loves jokes! What's your silliest joke? @pourmecoffee: If it does rain at @glennbeck rally, you will be able to invest in 24-carat Goldline umbrellas at a slight markup. @kombiz Getty images puts Political campaigns, government agencies, into the same category as funeral related services. THE TUBE SUNDAY SHOWS Meet the Press: Mary Landrieu, Mitch Landrieu, Brad Pitt, Wendell Pierce, Garland Robinette, Douglas Brinkley. This Week: Arne Duncan, Randi Weingarten, Michelle Rhee, Jaime Oliver, Donna Brazile, Susie Gharib, Richard Haass, George Will. Face the Nation: Joe Miller, Kendrick Meek, Haley Barbour, Debbie Wasserman Schultz. State of the Union: Shaun Donovan, Charlie Crist, Kendrick Meek. ON TAP TONIGHT 5:00 pm: In anticipation of Michael Jackson's birthday U Street Music Hall will be hosting a King of Pop-themed Motown happy hour. Shamon, kids [U Street Music Hall, 1115 U Street NW]. 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm: If you're curious what a light jazz violinist sounds like, Miles Stiebel will be demonstrating the nuances of the form on the Mall. He's performing at this week's Jazz in the Garden [Smithsonian National Sculpture Garden, 7th Street and Constitution Avenue NW]. 8:00 pm: The penultimate installment of the Rosslyn Outdoor Film Festival screens "The Birdcage" [Gateway Park, 1300 Lee Highway]. TOMORROW 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm: The Carter Barron Amphitheatre screens "Invictus" [Carter Barron Ampitheatre, 4850 Colorado Avenue NW]. 9:00 pm: Chuck Brown, who's probably more D.C. than eating a half smoke while trudging up a broken escalator, celebrates his birthday alongside Be'la Dona, an all female Go-Go band [9:30 Club, 815 V Street NW]. 9:30 pm: In case you can't make the Chuck Brown show but are still looking for a health dollop of soul, Black Cat will be hosting a James Brown Vs. Stevie Wonder Soul-Off [Black Cat, 1811 14th St NW]. SUNDAY 4:00 pm: The never-ending outdoor movie opportunities are piling up: Spiderman is screened at National Harbor [Waterfront Street, National Harbor, MD]. MONDAY 9:00 pm: Get Nordic at Arlington Cinema and Drafthouse with their screening of "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo." Don't even pretend like you don't know [Arlington Cinema and Drafthouse, 2903 Columbia Pike, Arlington]. Got something to add? Send tips/quotes/stories/photos/events/fundraisers/job movement/juicy miscellanea to Eliot Nelson (, Ryan Grim ( or Nico Pitney ( Follow us on Twitter @HuffPostHill ( Sign up here:
Jim DeMint says federal government has more revenue coming in "than we ever have"
On the June 26, 2011, edition of CNN’s State of the Union with Candy Crowley, Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C., supported the decision by Republican budget negotiators to keep tax increases off the table. Two leading congressional Republicans -- House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., and Senate Minority Whip Jon Kyl, R-Ariz. -- pulled out of bipartisan talks on how to avoid federal debt exceeding a congressionally approved limit. If no action is taken and the debt limit is exceeded in August, the U.S. could be viewed as defaulting on its obligations, which could in turn trigger wider economic difficulties. CNN ...
Rick Perry Almost Makes it Through His Prayer Rally Invite Without Name-Checking J.C.
But, alas, like the other video on the rally's Vimeo page, Perry's invitation, which just went live this afternoon, shatters the already totally shattered pretense that his August 6 prayer rally is anything but a day-long fist-bump to the governor's personal lord and savior.
TeamLab vs Basecamp: A Project Management Duel
Team. Team, team, team.. How good is your team if you cant manage it? This reminds me of an IT Crowd episode: Well if you cant work as a team youre all fired! .. Hello security? Everyone on floor 4 is fired. As some of you already know, I run a little web development startup here in Moscow called Frumatic and during the past few months weve been struggling to get our project management and collaboration right. I dont think theres a reason for me to write about how important project management is and that no good business today could live without a good CRM, PM, SCM and the rest. If you can't work as a team you're all fired! Today well speak about two awesome project management systems Basecamp and TeamLab. Both services are quite cool and look alike in some sense. Ill try to outline the pros and cons of each app, then give a short tip on how to make your choice between the two. Lets start off with Basecamp. Basecamp by 37signals Basecamp has been developed and launched by 37signals back in 2004. Since then its been evolving, new very nice features have been developed, and today, Basecamp is a very powerful project management and collaboration tool, offered as a service (SaaS). Basecamp wouldnt be complete without its sisters Highrise (CRM), Backpack (business organizer) and perhaps Campfire (chat) and of course the Basecamp Extras and the Basecamp API which gives developers the power to mash their software with Basecamp. Basecamp Pros Lets start with a short list of Basecamp pros. Im sure there are tonnes of others: Web-based and easy to use Fast and secure, powered by Amazon S3 Maintaned and supported very well On-going development, enhancements Offers tonnes of extras and a public API Offers time tracking Basecamp Cons And heres a list of Basecamp cons. I found some of these quite annoying, but despite that, I still love Basecamp ;) Quite expensive (good plans start from ~$50/mo) Not very customizable, all you can change is the logo and color scheme Does not offer self-hosted version Does not allow to use your own Amazon S3 account to host your data Quite poor CRM and Business Organizer Basecamp Extras are poor, some of them are even commercial Yeah, paying for software is not a crime, but in my opinion, Basecamp is slightly overpriced, plus youll have to pay extra if youd like to get Backpack or Highrise (which is quite a poor CRM actually, I found SugarCRM CE, which is open-source, much better than Highrise). Now lets see what TeamLab is all about. TeamLab by Ascensio System I came across TeamLab a few weeks ago and I found it to be quite terrific! TeamLab was launched this summer, somewhere in the beginning of July I guess. Its based in Latvia, where Russian is quite a popular language by the way ;) TeamLab is written in Microsoft ASP .NET (C#) which makes it quite easy to understand. As it is a startup they havent yet implemented their monetization plan, so TeamLab is offered free of charge as SaaS or open source for download. You can deploy TeamLab in the Amazon EC2 cloud and use S3 for file hosting, which is quite wikid! TeamLab Pros Below is a list of pros I found for TeamLab. These may change in the future ;) Free and open source, released under GPL Compatible with Amazon EC2 and S3 Web-based, easy to use Offers a full-featured Company Intranet and a Wiki Quite active on Twitter Offers import and export TeamLab Cons The cons of TeamLab from a php developers perspective (ASP .NET is good, but .. well ;) Written in ASP .NET Does not offer time tracking Has some bugs, like any other startup ;) Does not offer extras, mobile or API (maybe its only a matter of time) Will not remain free of charge forever (I guess) The last point may or may not be true. Like any other startup, TeamLab will go commercial at some point. I spoke to the representatives of TeamLab on Twitter and e-mail, and Ive been told that all the functionality included in TeamLab now will remain free of charge in the SaaS and the open source downloadable package, but new features will require you to pump their back accounts with money. This is very optimistic indeed, as weve already seen such trouble with Sugar CRM Community Edition and Mockingbird, which is planned to go commercial on August 15th. Making the right choice Personally, Im using Basecamp, but TeamLab made quite a good impression, and I do have thoughts about switching. What would make switching much easier is .. Import! An Import from Basecamp feature would be awesome, besides they offer all the tools (API) and documentation to do that. TeamLab does though offer import and export, but from their own system and thats good to go, especially since you can have your own self-hosted TeamLab, which would be preferred by large companies, as they do not usually trust third-party services. So, if youre worried about security, need time tracking and CRM integration, then yes, Basecamp is definitely your choice. But if youre willing to play around and build solutions on top of, then go with TeamLab, as you will always be able to have your own extras running inside TeamLab Open Source. This will also save you some cash ;) Thanks for reading and dont forget to retweet this post! Related posts:5 Really Useful Trac Reports
APOD: 2011 August 30 - The Coldest Brown Dwarf
This cosmic snapshot composed with image data from NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) satellite captures a multitude of faint stars and distant galaxies toward the constellation Lyra at wavelengths longer than visible light. But the object circled at the center is not quite a star. Cataloged as WISE 1828+2650, it lies within 40 light-years of the Sun and is currently the coldest brown dwarf known. A brown dwarf begins like a star, with the gravitational collapse of a dense cloud of gas and dust, but is not massive enough to achieve the core temperatures and densities that trigger hydrogen fusion, the stable source of a star's energy. Instead the failed star ultimately cools and emits most of its light at infrared wavelengths. Remarkably, brown dwarfs are roughly the size of the planet Jupiter. How cold is WISE 1828+2650? While brown dwarfs have measured surface temperatures of up to 1,400 degrees C (2,600 degress F), this brown dwarf , assigned to spectral class Y, has the estimated temperature of a warm room, less than about 27 degrees C (80 degrees F).
New Chrome Blurs The Line Between Web and Native Apps
Google just shipped a new stable release of the Chrome browser that includes two new technologies: Native Client, which allows execution of C and C++ code within the browser, and the Web Audio API, which brings advanced audio capabilities to JavaScript. These features were released in the beta channel in August. The update also contains some long-awaited improvements for users of Mac OS X Lion, which did not get along well with Chrome previously. In addition to fixing "many crash bugs" and adding "some all-around visual polish," this release adds Lion's new scrollbars and support for its full-screen mode....
Free LIVE Broadcast of Comet Garradd – August 22, 2011
Share Are you ready for some excitement? How would you like to watch a LIVE broadcast of Comet C2009 P1 Garradd?! Thanks to our good friends at Barket Observatory and clear skies in Israel, we can do just that! Step
Feds: Threat of Al Qaeda Terror Attack on 9/11
At least three individuals – one believed to be a U.S. citizen -- entered the U.S. in august by air with the intent to launch a vehicle borne attack against Washington D.C. or New York around the anniversary of 9-11, according to intelligence officials. As news of the information became public authorities began weighing whether to raise the national threat level.
'12 PGA to Ocean Course
KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. -- The PGA of America announced in 2005 that the renowned Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort will test the strongest field in major championship golf in August 2012 ... to Nicklaus, Trevino, Woods and Singh.
Doug Pullen: The Royalty introduces new songs to El Paso tonight
It's "to the death," according to Jen Shugert, part of the El Paso team, meaning the winner will go on to the National Poetry Slam in August in Charlotte, N.C. It's a round-robin ... Side location at 1506 Lee Treviño. All regularly priced ...
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