Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Christmas WishList: Living Like Ed

"Ed Begley Jr. got off of his electric hybrid bicycle long enough to write a book. Living Like Ed: A Guide to the Eco-Friendly Life offers the Hollywood actor's tips to adding a little bit (or a lot) of green to your life.

The book strives to provide advice for simple changes such as stench-free composing all the way to more significant, longer-term environmental commitments like your first purchase of an electric car. Ed's wife even pitches in her ideas of how to stay eco-conscious without sacrificing style.

And for all of those fans residing in the Los Angeles area that just can't get enough of Ed and his green ways, he'll be appearing tomorrow night, February 26 at Book Soup in West Hollywood. Maybe you can even convince him to let you sit on the handle bars while he takes you for a spin around the block on that bike.
" -http://www.ecollo.com/

Now that's a book worth reading! :-D

Friday, November 21, 2008

Thursday, November 13, 2008

CNN: ‘Himala’ best Asian film in history

from Inquirer.net
MANILA, Philippines— (UPDATE 4) A spellbinding victory for Philippine cinema.

Visitors to the Cable News Network entertainment website voted Ishmael Bernal’s “Himala,” which starred Nora Aunor as a simple provincial girl turned faith healer, as the best movie of all time in the Asia-Pacific region, outclassing such greats as Akira Kurosawa’s “Seven Samurai” and Ang Lee’s “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.”

Read More here.

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Sinking Island Nation Seek new Home

MALE, Maldives (CNN) -- The new president of the Maldives wants to relocate -- his entire country.

Mohamed "Anni" Nasheed, a former political prisoner, was sworn in Tuesday after he unseated Asia's longest-serving leader in the country's first multi-party elections two weeks ago. He inherits an island nation with several problems.

Foremost among them: The very likely possibility that the Maldives will sink under water if the current pace of climate change keeps raising sea levels.

Read more here...
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