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November 18, 2011

Free Thanksgiving Wallpapers, Screensavers and Pictures Download for Desktop

Thanksgiving 2011 is coming nearer and nearer. You may start to get yourself into a happy and warm Thanksgiving holiday mood. Thanksgiving household decorations make your home filled with festival atmosphere, and Thanksgiving wallpaper is a fun way to easily decorate your computer for Thanksgiving. It is popular and fun to have Thanksgiving wallpapers and screensavers on your computer desktop nowadays.

There are tons of free Thanksgiving wallpapers, screensavers and pictures accessible on the Internet, you are able to pick up any of them and put on your personal home computer or in the work location office computer and get yourself in the Thanksgiving mood. Most people like to decorate their computer desktop with pretty images, or may be you find some awesome scenes or pictures when viewing video, you can also take screenshots from video with a video converting software—full-features Video Converter. Whether you’re looking for something funny, beautiful, gracious, yummy or just plain cute, you’re going to find just the Thanksgiving wallpaper you’re looking for in the following list of the top free Thanksgiving wallpapers.

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November 14, 2011

2011 Thanksgiving Movies: Top 10 Best Movies for Turkey Day Video Appreciation

After waving farewell to Halloween and before saying Hello to Christmas, the Thanksgiving season is coming. Thanksgiving Day 2011 is drawing nearer and nearer. May be you are busy with the preparation of this festival: Thanksgiving recipes, Thanksgiving crafts, Thanksgiving pictures, Thanksgiving games, Thanksgiving poems…all will drive you crazy. And what should you do to ease your tight nerves? What about some Thanksgiving-themed movies? In the following, there are carefully-chosen top 10 best movies for turkey day 2011 which will get you into the Thanksgiving mood quickly. With a lineup of Thanksgiving movies, digital life of Thanksgiving Day 2011 will be much funny.

For your preference, you can enjoy these movies with your family members, your friends anytime anywhere. You may worry about the device compatibility problems for certain video formats only are recognized by certain video players. To help you deal with such problems, you can take advantage of a video converter to convert video to the corresponding formats. After video conversion, you are able to get all movie video played on any video devices. If you don’t have any idea on how to carry out video conversion, you can as well resort to this guide on how to convert video for reference. Now do feel free to get access to the Thanksgiving movies, and find them on YouTube or other video sharing websites. For online movie video download, Free YouTube Downloader is available for you. Besides, you may have purchased some Blu-ray or DVD movie discs, you can also rip Blu-ray/DVD by resorting to a full-featured Blu-ray Ripper.

Now pick up what you like in the following to fulfill Thanksgiving digital life.

10. Planes, Trains and Automobiles
This film follows Neal Page and Del Griffith on a journey of Odysseus-like proportions. The impromptu duo’s nearly failed attempt to return from a business trip in time for Thanksgiving dinner leads to a likeable stint of self-discovery. It’s enough to make us feel a little smarmy and wistful — which is just the right mood for a family Thanksgiving.

9. Miracle on 34th Street
What is Thanksgiving for, if not to get hyped up about the coming of Christmas? Nowhere is that more joyously clear than in the 1947 classic Miracle on 34th Street, starring Mareen O’Hara, John Payne and the super adorable, six-year-old Natalie Wood. The film starts at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade and heads straight into the venerable department store. Let the shopping begin!

8. Home for the Holidays
Even more explicit about its “Thanksgiving as homecoming” theme than ‘The Myth of Fingerprints,’ this Jodie Foster-directed ensemble piece about a dysfunctional family stars Holly Hunter as a recently laid-off single mom who returns home for Thanksgiving.

7. Alice’s Restaurant
This larger-than-life recreation of Arlo Guthrie’s song of the same name is an entertaining romp through 1960s pop culture, complete with a firsthand account of anti-war sentiments. After Guthrie visits his friend Alice for Thanksgiving, he offers to transport her trash to the dump, where he encounters a closed landfill. A series of decisions prompts him to push the garbage into a gully. When Guthrie’s caught by local authorities, a memorable court appearance is followed by a series of legal events in which the Army finds him unfit for military service.

6. The Ice Storm
Nothing says “Thanksgiving” like key parties and ’70s-era suburban angst, and the American debut of director Ang Lee features both of those things. It also features winning early performances by Christina Ricci, Tobey Maguire, and Elijah Wood.

5. The House of Yes
Nineties independent film darlings Parker Posey and Josh Hamilton team with Tori Spelling and Freddie Prinze Jr. for the film adaptation of Wendy MacLeod’s play. Hamilton brings his fiancee home to meet the family at Thanksgiving, and Posey, who plays his twin sister, doesn’t take it so well.

4. Son-in-Law
Crawl is a big city boy who travels to the Midwest for Thanksgiving, pretending to be the fiancé of a farmer’s daughter he befriended at an L.A. college. His guise as Rebecca’s fiancé is designed to discourage an overly ambitious suitor in her hometown, but the strait-laced innocent eventually falls for Crawl as he bungles his way through a series of down-home traditions. Even her suspicious family comes around in the end, as Crawl’s unflagging enthusiasm wins them over.

3. Funny People
Judd Apatow’s Adam Sandler/Seth Rogen dramedy spans a good amount of time in the lives of its characters, but an early highlight is a scene in which Sandler, as comedian George Simmons, offers up a Thanksgiving toast at the house of his protege, Ira Wright (Rogen).

2. Dutch
It is about a meat-and-potatoes construction worker’s attempt to stay firmly ensconced in his girlfriend’s good graces — by retrieving her preppy son from boarding school in time for Thanksgiving. We think it has a number of redeeming qualities — namely, a cross-country road trip filled with comedic situations. And, it’s clean enough to watch with the grandparents or the junior set.

1. A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving
When Peppermint Patty and her friends finagle Charlie Brown into serving a traditional Thanksgiving dinner, it’s up to Woodstock and Snoopy to make the day a success. Thanks to daring dishes like buttered toast and popcorn, and a memorable struggle with an uncooperative folding chair, Snoopy lends his own brand of wordless charm to the day’s events. As the gang gathers around a ping-pong table for their unique meal, the true meaning of Thanksgiving shines through.

April 20, 2011

Easter Funs Prepared for You to Have a Happy Easter 2011

Easter is just around the corner, have you prepared for it? Before the dawn of Easter 2011, I will share with you some funs about Easter. And I hope you will enjoy it and have a happy 2011 Easter. Go and have a look.

1. Lots of Americans inclined to eat a lot of candies on Easter besides Thanksgiving Day and Halloween. According to the National Confectioner’s Association, about seven billion pounds of candies were consumed by the Americans on Easter in 2001.

2. Easter can be also remarked as a card-sending festival. On Easter, over 100 million cards will be sent and exchanged, carrying with the good wishes to family members and friends.

3. Candy is always the theme of great festivals in American. More than 700 million MARSHMALLOW PEEPS—the most popular non-chocolate Easter candy, will be consumed during Easter

4. What can you think of besides chocolate on Easter? Of course, jelly beans can not be omitted. Before Easter candy manufacturers will prepare 16 billion jelly beans at least. These jelly beans are just for Easter which can definitely fill a plastic egg the size of a nine story building.

5. The first chocolate eggs can be traced back to the 19th century in Europe. And since then, it becomes one of the most popular treats on Easter.

6. Except for eggs, what other symbol can you remind of on Easter? Yes, you can call them rabbits, hares or bunnies. About 90 million chocolate Easter bunnies are made for Easter. And what part of the chocolate bunny will you bite at first. According to the statistics, 76% Americans prefer to bite off the ears first while 5% eat the feet first and 4% eat the tail first.

7. When refer to the tunes or carols on Christmas you will certainly think of them quickly. As a matter of fact, Easter has its own special tunes and carols. Easter carols with its words in Latin will indicate the history of Easter and the Easter Bunny. This year you might as well create one for yourself. Or if you have iPhone you can make iPhone ringtone by using Easter carols to boost Easter atmosphere.

8. Common Easter symbols including Eggs, Rabbits, Cross, Easter Bells and Easter Lily, etc.

9. Have you heard of the History of the White House Easter Egg Roll? It dates back to 1878. The White House lawn turns the area into a massive playground for children from all over the country after an Easter rolling on it.

10. There was a festival of “egg-throwing” held by the church in medieval times. The priest would throw a hard-boiled egg to one of the choir boys and then tossed from one choir boy to the next. The boy who held the egg when the clock struck 12 would be the winner and would kept the egg.

We have Easter every year and after getting the above information I hope you will have an unique Easter this year.
Waiting for Easter…Countdown…Four, Three, Two…

December 19, 2010

A Great Thanksgiving Gift YouTube will Give to Deaf and Multi-Language Users – Auto-Generated Video Subtitle

It would be a great news for deaf and multi-language users that YouTube is planning to provide auto-generated subtitles for every video it plays. I would rather interpret it as a warm Thanksgiving gift given by YouTube to express its gratefulness to the loyal customers.

Google software engineer Ken Harrenstein once had demonstrated this new technology at a news conference, and explained the reasons – overcome the language barrier, improve the searching accuracy, etc. Ken Harrenstein said he has been developing this technology for the whole past five years.

YouTube auto-generated subtitle shall work simply in this way: click the button on the bottom right corner of video window to view it, you can even select the subtitle using the different language as the one spoken in the video.

YouTube has always been developing the technology to add video subtitles, partially because it wants to facilitate the video clip search. YouTube has granted its users to upload the subtitle for their own videos since 2008 , and later introduced the subtitle automatic generation technology exclusively for few co- partners, including the University of California-Berkeley and Yale University. Now, YouTube is going to promote the subtitle automatic generation technology for all the videos as long as the audio inside is clear enough to identify.

Google scientist Mike Cohen said subtitle technology integrates voice recognition and translation algorithm. This technology keeps improving, but not perfect yet.

Well, since we are talking about the subtitle, check the following ways that you can use to add to your regular everyday videos:

1. Select subtitles during the blu-ray/DVD to video conversion:

2. Select subtitles during the blu-ray/DVD duplication process:

With subtitles/texts, you can make this Thanksgiving Day more specific and visible. If you are too shy to express your thanks in words, write “Thank You” down and let them know. But do not be too shy! Happy Thanksgiving Day, guys!

December 16, 2010

Great Gifts to Give on Thanksgiving Day

If you are still struggling with the triple G(great gift to give) issue on this Thanksgiving Day 2010, take a break and check Apple, it already has something very new for everyone on your list.

1. The magical and revolutionary iPad. Can you imagine the web browsing experience on its high-resolution, 9.7-inch LED-backlit IPS display screen with Multi-Touch technology and the enjoyment of endless movies, music, photos, applications, ebooks and more wherever you go and whatever you do? Powered by an apple-designed chip, you can use iPad to do almost everything and take it everywhere!

And we made the connection between you and your iPad even better. For any videos you want to transfer to iPad and watch them on the go, no problem, just one click will do the conversion from any popular video format to the optimized MP4 exclusively made for iPad.

2. The new and ultra-thin MacBook Air. Underneath the thinness, there is a much bigger all-flash storage and connectivity to do everything its larger siblings can do. Besides, do not forget those Multi-Touch trackpad, long-lasting battery, FaceTime camera, NVIDIA GeForce graphics powered portable performance and so on.

3. The new iPod Touch 4. Smile and show me your teeth! That is the latest generation of iPod Touch with cool FaceTime, Retina display, HD video recording, and Game Center.

Once again, we bridge you and your iPod Touch 4 by offering the MPEG4 video profile with kinds of resolutions optimized for iPod Touch 4. Therefore, you can enjoy the thanksgiving-themed videos everywhere in the new iPod Touch.

4. The thing changes everything again iPhone 4. iPhone 4 is the biggest thing to happen to iPhone since iPhone. Some new created features: FaceTime, dual cameras, multitasking, HD video recording and editing and numerous new stuff.

Share your thanksgiving videos on iPhone 4 with friends to express your gratefulness. Convert the video you want to share to MP4 format optimized for iPhone 4 and tell them how much you appreciate them.

5. Redesigned entertainment center Apple TV. The all-new Apple TV is the most entertaining design ever for all your movies, TV shows, photos, HD video rentals and more, streamlined wirelessly and directly. And the most important, its pricing!

There is economic way to enjoy many contents on your Apple TV besides rental. Such as converting your own video sources in a variety of popular video formats like AVI, FLV, etc to the optimized Apple TV format MOV or MP4 with different resolutions. You pay nothing but enjoy more!

So, have you decided which gift are you going to pick for this Thanksgiving Day? Seems hard! No matter what, a simple word THANK YOU can definitely work!

Happy Thanksgiving Day, everyone!

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