Thursday, December 11, 2008
Sunday, November 30, 2008
Friday, November 28, 2008
The Boom Bench in a way is a super-sized Docking Station. Connect your player to the amplifier and take control. Now you can play your music with 95 dB high quality sound. A Bass Shaker in the seat transforms the deep sounds into vibrations that enhance the physical sensation of your tunes.
p/s: menarik..tapi lau kat mesia...sah speaker yg ilang dulu
Thursday, November 20, 2008
Sunday, October 26, 2008
A Green frog emerging from the duckweeds in St Omer, France
A Mimic Octopus blends into the sand off the coast of the Maldives
A Harlequin Crab blends in seamlessly as it stands on a sea cucumber in Indonesia
A Pacific spotted scorpionfish off Malpelo, in the Pacific Ocean
A Grizzly bear hides in the snow-covered bushes of North America
A young Marine crocodile hides under a water lily in Australia
A Malaysian orchid mantis blends perfectly with a flower
A Grey Cicada hides on pine bark in France
A Rock Ptarmigan chick in its nest in Norway
A Crab spider hides on a Geranium flower in France
A Pale-throated three-toed sloth climbs a tree trunk is Costa Rica
Merlet's Scorpionfish look like colourful coral around the shores of Lifou Loyalty Islands, New Caledonia
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
It's a massage that is sure to make most people's skin crawl, but one woman has got herself in a twist with her latest massage technique.
Ara Barak claims her pet snakes make the ideal masseurs as their slithering causes a massage sensation when placed on a person's skin.
Ms Barak said she discovered her pet's 'therapeutic value' after noticing her friends became more relaxed after holding them.
Meirav Stardinner receives a snake massage from Ada Barak who says her pets are high in 'therapeutic value'
'Some people said that holding the snakes made them feel better, relaxed,' she said.
'One old lady said it was soothing, like a cold compress.'
The owner of Israel's Barak's Snake Spa said her pets are able to give massage as their slithering causes a rubbing sensation on the body.
Ms Barak had relied on exhibiting her scaly friends to make money, but found there is more cash rolling in from people wanting a massage - reptile therapy style.
Smaller snakes are used for lighter massage on areas such as the face while bigger ones are used to give deep tissue therapy
The larger snakes are used for deep massage while the smaller creatures are used to give a lighter touch - all for a mere £30.
And those with a slight reluctance to have a snake massage will be pleased to know the reptiles are all non-venamous.
But if the thought of reptiles is too much, Ms Barak also offers a rodent-style massage where mouse and rats are placed on the bottom of people's feet instead.
People are queuing up to try the unconventional massage technique