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Kanye West- My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy (Tracklist & Album Cover)
1. Dark FantasyKanye West- My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy (Tracklist & Album Cover)
2. Gorgeous (feat. Raekwon & Kid Cudi)
4. All Of The Lights
5. Monster (feat. Jay-Z, Rick Ross, Nicki Minaj & Bon Iver)
6. So Appalled (feat. Jay-Z, Pusha T, Prynce CyHi, Swizz Beatz)
7. Devil In a New Dress
8. Runaway (feat. Pusha T)
9. Hell Of a Life
10. Blame Game (feat. John Legend & Pusha T)
11. Lost In The World
12. See Me Now
Slowly, but surely, the black and volt make up of the Zoom Hyperfuse has become one of the most anticipated colorways set to release. Taking on an “Air Attack Pack” type color blocking, this latest pair sports an all black Hyperfuse constructed upper. Volt becomes the center of attention taking place on the midsole and outsole below, and is also seen taking place along the inner lining and tongue branding.
Those of you looking to pick these up can secure your pair from Eastbay today. They’ll be ready to ship November 5th.
A rare 24.78-carat pink diamond is estimated to go for a record price when it will be auctioned on November 16 at Sotheby’s in Geneva. Billed as one of the world’s great diamonds, the exceptionally rare pink stone is being expected to fetch between $27 million and $38 million. Celebrity jeweler Harry Winston sold it around 60 years ago and since then this diamond has been in a private collection. David Bennett, chairman of Sotheby’s jewelry department in Europe and the Middle East, said…
Google is often thought of as a scourge of traditional newspapers; Dow Jones Chief Executive Les Hinton once called the search giant a digital vampire because of how it profits from content it doesn't generate (in part by linking to articles without sharing ad revenue with publishers). But that isn't, of course, how Google wants to be perceived. So this week the company announced that it is giving $5 million in grants to non-profits working on innovations in digital journalism.
Two million dollars is going to the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation--$1 million for grant-making in the U.S., and $1 million to supplement the Knight News Challenge, which awards cash for "innovative ideas that develop platforms, tools and services to inform and transform community news, conversations and information distribution and visualization." The remaining $3 million will go towards journalism projects in other countries. Google will announce more details on that early next year.
Why does Google care about journalism? Because, according to the Google News blog, "Journalism is fundamental to a functioning democracy." And with more and more publishers bringing their content online, Google purportedly feels a responsibility to help journalism along. A $5 million donation is hardly enough to pull traditional journalism out of its seemingly never-ending free fall, but it's a start. And we certainly won't begrudge Google for trying.