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1 Dec 2014

First in the World Best Skateboarding Cat

Catmantoo: The World's First Best Skateboarding Cat in Australia! The Action commenced when Ollie, a skateboard, takes his friend Didga, a CAT, for a ride around the beautiful beach town of Coolangatta, Australia.



Trainer Background:
Who say's cats can't learn? With over 33 years animal training experience, Robert Dollwet is here to show you just how smart and teachable cats are using a specific positive 'methodology' similar to the way marine animals are taught. On CATMANTOO, you will not only see my rescue cat Didga do tricks and stunts you've never seen a cat do before! but, you'll learn how to teach your cat things, like how to walk on a leash, do a few cats tricks, stop behavioural issues, even teach them to use the human toilet, and much more! This channel now has over 16 million video views and over 67k subscribers! NOTE: please visit your local animal shelter, there are many dogs and cats just waiting for a good home.  By Robert Dollwet


INSTAGRAM - @ catmantoo http://instagram.com/catmantoo
YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/user/CatTrainerToo/featured


Source:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRbakPKgU5Y
https://www.youtube.com/user/CatTrainerToo/featured

30 Nov 2014

First in the World HomePod

World's First HomePod!

 A new brilliant invention funded completely in November 2014 via KickStarter.com.

Imagining your world in your own comfort zone wirelessly serving you 24/7 or even when you're out from home you can secure your home with this HomePod.




How Keecker Works:

KEECKER is equipped with a bright video projection system that moves up and down at a 90° allowing you to project your content in front of you, on your ceiling, your fridge, a door, anywhere you want. 

KEECKER is the brainchild of Pierre Lebeau, a former Product Manager at Google for 7 years. Pierre managed products such as Google Voice, Analytics, Gmail and many others and fell in love with hardware when creating the largest screen in the world showing Google Earth.




Source:
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/keecker/keecker-the-worlds-first-homepod
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=38UuCPCqL2U

1 Oct 2014

First in the World Pot Bellied Pig Obedience Lesson

The World's First Pot Bellied Pig Obedience Lesson

Oh poor pork belly!
Something pot bellied.
Lessons obeyed.
Pig whisperer whispered.
Unto thy pork belly.
~Collection of First~


Training commenced since 1980's for dogs prior to Karyn's inventive running event.

Trainer's Background:
Karyn Garvin refers to herself as a professional dog trainer and animal behavior specialist. There are only a handful of people in this country today who have been training dogs professionally for as long as Karyn has. “Professionally” being the key word here. This has been her livelihood, working at it six days per week for over thirty-three years. She was a professional dog trainer before it was really even known as, or considered, a profession. When pot-bellied pigs were all the rage in the 1990s Karyn was inventive in running the world’s first pot-bellied pig obedience class. She was there to help these pet owners learn how to live harmoniously with their new pets. You can still view the documentary video by going to her website: www.GarvinsPetPlaza.com.


Garvin's Divine Dog Training Center


Source:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HVVCaJ7YG5s
http://garvinsdivinedogtraining.com
http://www.dogbehaviortalk.com/

1 Sep 2014

First in the World Driving Dog

Names are Porter, Monty and Ginny: The World's First Driving Dogs claimed in New Zealand! They are adopted dogs.

Now, it's time training your dogs and have a great mate driver to anywhere you want while you snooze. Encouraging adopting dogs as part of your family. For those eating dog meats, re-frame and start training for the cause. Dogs are intelligent as pigs. Pigs are claimed to be even more intelligent than dogs.

Unfortunately, I came from a culture that eat dog meat but I myself don't eat anymore. Most Asian countries eat dog meats. Our countries do try to ban eating this animal. There are some awareness but implementing laws still like a brick wall. 


YouTube Published on Dec 9, 2012
Dogs this smart deserve a home. Every year, the SPCA need to find homes for thousands of dogs just like Porter -- dogs who have been abused, abandoned, or just forgotten. Our dogs may be a motley bunch, but they're all smart and they're all lovable. So please don't forget about them. Adopt them. To find out more about our #drivingdogs head to www.drivingdogs.co.nz or visit www.spca.org.nz today to adopt a dog.

Source:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWAK0J8Uhzk

1 Aug 2014

Electric Guitar Evolution Infographic

The Evolution of Electric Guitar presented by Public Interest LetsPlayGuitar. Who got those collections of vintage would be worth more than the modern electric guitar :-)



Source:
http://infographiclist.com

1 Jul 2014

Song Storage Evolution Infographic

The evolution of song storage presented by Axiom Home Theater. 1896 has its earliest record but there would even be earlier song storage from our ancestors and that's the heart memories. The songs that are passed down from our ancestors to their modern generations.  :-)



Source:
 http://infographiclist.com

1 Jun 2014

Pet Travel Tips 101 Infographic

Travel tips 101 for your love ones. What to bring with you for any road trips or on the plane.



















































































 by Lemonly.

31 May 2014

First AFL Indigenous Round Jumpers 2014 [Infographic]

An Infographic for the AFL First Indigenous Round jumpers 2014

Designs are awesome! Hang on, GO BLUES! :-)

The Clubs are:
Adelaide
Brisbane Lions
Carlton
Collingwood
Essendon
Fremantle
Geelong
Gold Coast
GWS
Hawthorne
Melbourne
North Melbourne
Port Adelaide
Richmond
St Kilda
Sydney Swans
West Coast
Western Bulldogs



Source:
AFL.com.au

1 May 2014

First Eco-City in the World

While other cities in the world are populated and congested this side of the world in Singapore has more visionaries planned for environmentally friendly cities including China on their way.

In 2008 programs for Tianjin Environmentally-Metropolis started out inwards, plus the urban center is anticipated for being functional inwards 2020.

Surbana Town planning Team designed Tianjin Environmentally-City with the hope that it's going to turn into functional along with realistic sustainable neighborhood.

The town planning involves Singapore along with Tianjin.

Image via Sourceable











Source:
SolarFeeds
Sourceable

1 Apr 2014

World's First Cashless Society Through Israel

Is Israel, first in the world to commence the Cashless Society? What will happen next?



Source: YouTube

1 Mar 2014

Thermoforming 101 Infographic


Thermoforming 101: From Turtle Shells to Clamshells from plasticingenuity


Thermoforming is the process that turns raw plastics into the packages and containers people rely on every day. While the process has changed shape over the years, it was seen in its earliest incarnations thousands of years ago. So what is thermoforming, exactly, and how is it different now from when it was first invented? Thermoforming is the process of heating a plastic sheet and stretching it over a mold. As the plastic cools, it hardens, permanently retaining that shape. Ancient Romans were some of the first thermoformers in history. They imported turtle shells from the East, which they soaked in hot oil or water. This made the keratin in the shell pliable enough for them to form tools like bowls and eating utensils. Fortunately for the turtle population, thermoformers today rely on artificial alternatives. In the 1860s, the inventor John Wesley Hyatt invented celluloid, along with the process of heating and stretching it over a mold. Before long, the process was being used to make everything from piano keys to ping pong balls. During World War II, the military used thermoforming to produce heavy duty, cost-effective supplies like machine gun turrets and relief maps. Today, thermoforming is a distinctly fast and versatile method of creating plastic packaging, and is used to make packages for everything from cell phones and pharmaceuticals to food products. First, thermoformers carefully draft designs and construct prototype molds for packages. Next, the plastic sheet is stretched out over the mold and heated until it becomes soft and pliable. The softened plastic adheres to the mold and takes its shape. Sometimes, a vacuum inside the mold holds the plastic in place, keeping it pressed tightly to the mold. This is common for complex designs. Other types of thermoforming may use air pressure or even a second mold to hold the plastic in place. After the plastic cools and hardens, it is cut into pieces—a single sheet can yield a large number of packages, which must be separated after they're formed. Its speed and cost-effectiveness make it one of the most popular methods for processing plastic packaging today. A variety of plastics lend themselves well to thermoforming, including: These aren't all of them, but they're the most common. It all depends on what the individual thermoformer is used to working with—not including turtles, of course! 

SOURCES: Plastics Historical Society, Mayfield, Sinotech, Plastic Ingenuity

 

1 Jan 2014

Australia's First Indigenous Female Politician

An emotional speech rendered by Nova Peris. "Nova Peris, Australia's first Indigenous female politician, sheds tears as she describes her journey to Parliament."




Collection of First brief comparison review between Australia indigenous and Philippines indigenous:

I hope to see the light that we should embrace each other cultural background, tribe and tongue in Australia especially its original indigenous of the vast land. We should learn some from each one dialect we may encounter that is called social connection beyond Facebook, Twitter, etc. This speech from the above video expresses still depth emotional healing and we should be open hearted to our multi-cultural in Australia and its diverse indigenous. Sad to hear from my husband that even in his Australian history the old school never taught them properly of indigenous people and its deep culture, he shared me. Posting this speech should be a celebration that some indigenous in Australia surpasses its painful past and often aware that you are not alone, as Collection of First empathized by sharing Philippines similarity over its past Europeans invasion.

In the Philippines that was once invaded by Europeans for over three decades (prior to the Americans, Japanese, Chinese, Dutch), despite invasion, the old school system manage to teach the Filipinos regarding their indigenous cultures and tribes that still exist today. Filipinos were able to preserve each tribal dialect (languages) despite a mixture of embedded Spanish words in their tongue. Some dialects (languages) kept its origin. Filipinos were unable to use their original Filipino alphabet that the Spanish tried to exterminate. I believe as Filipinos were able to express forgiveness verbally from their past hurting history and resiliently move forward if not because of the well-known Filipino heroes like Jose Rizal and the Christian faith influences (brought by Spanish & Americans). Jose Rizal fought Filipino freedom by the mighty use of his pen not by sword. His writings were mightier than two edged sword, as its quotation.

Some light I could personally share with you. Some white Australian missionaries and other nationalities came/come to the Philippines that we know personally dedicated their lives to our indigenous people and tribal groups. We are grateful that part of it helped our education and lifestyle from the unsophisticated routine and poverty life. The missionaries also connect to local NGO or local churches, which shed more re-connection and collaboration to help our co-tribal Filipino people to move forward and not dwelling in the past.

In Australia, it was former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd led the right leadership of expressing healing of forgiveness to the Australian indigenous people and culture as the story unfold before our eyes.

Quotation:
  “The emotion that can break your heart is sometimes the very one that heals it...” ~Nicholas Sparks

Wikipedia  list of Australian Aboriginal languages and dialects.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Australian_Aboriginal_languages

Filipinos languages and dialects:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Languages_of_the_Philippines
http://iloko.tripod.com/philtree.html




Reference:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-VWPgKNUH8
http://ab.co/amazingparliament