Thursday, 20 November 2008

Selling Dope.

Adverts + Promos.

Toshiba. Timesculpture. Redefine what you watch.

The making of...

42 Below. Dolls.

42 Below. Chair Arch.

Weekend Autopsy.

One for the road.

A senior Tokyo police official tasked with keeping the city's roads clear of drunk drivers has been arrested for driving under the influence, police said on Tuesday.

The deputy inspector, on his way home from a camping site, was caught late on Monday after bumping into another car and veering off the road, said a police official in Ibaraki.

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Weekend Autopsy.

Three quarters of Brits unable to name Great Britain's three countries.

Most people do not know how many countries make up Britain or which is the world's most spoken language, a national survey has found.

More than half wrongly believe that English is the most common language, while just over a third (37%) correctly identified it as Mandarin Chinese.

And less than a quarter correctly identified England, Wales and Scotland as being the countries that make up Great Britain.

The poll of 2,000 adults was commissioned by geographic technology company ESRI UK to mark Geography Awareness Week.

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Weekend Autopsy.