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  • (Best Song) The Academy Award for Best Original Song is one of the awards given annually to people working in the motion picture industry by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS).
  • (The Best (song)) "The Best" is a song written by Mike Chapman and Holly Knight, originally included on Bonnie Tyler's 1988 release Hide Your Heart, in reference to Tom Mason.
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  • (Ringtone (film)) Ringtone is a 2010 Malayalam film by Ajmal starring Suresh Gopi, Bala and debutant Megha Nair.
  • A sound made by a mobile phone when an incoming call is received
  • A ringtone or ring tone is the sound made by a telephone to indicate an incoming call or text message. Not literally a tone, the term is most often used today to refer to customizable sounds used on mobile phones.
  • (Ringtone (song)) Internet Leaks is the third EP from "Weird Al" Yankovic. It was released digitally on August 25, 2009, although all of the songs were initially released as separate digital singles between October 2008 and August 2009.
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Stories Behind the Best-Loved Songs of Christmas (Stories Behind Books)
Stories Behind the Best-Loved Songs of Christmas (Stories Behind Books)
Behind the Christmas songs we love to sing lie fascinating stories that will enrich your holiday celebration. Taking you inside the nativity of over thirty favorite songs and carols, Ace Collins introduces you to people you've never met, stories you've never heard, and meanings you'd never have imagined. The next time you and your family sing 'God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen,' you'll have a new understanding of its message and popular roots. You'll discover how 'Angels from the Realms of Glory,' with its sublime lyrics and profound theology, helped usher in a quiet revolution in worship. You'll learn the strange history of the haunting and powerful 'O Holy Night,' including the song's surprising place in the history of modern communications. And you'll step inside the life of Mark Lowry and find out how he came to pen the words to the contemporary classic 'Mary, Did You Know?' Still other songs such as 'O Come, O Come, Emmanuel' trace back to mysterious origins--to ninth-century monks, nameless clergy, and unknown commoners of ages past. Joining hands with such modern favorites as 'White Christmas' and 'The Christmas Song,' they are part of the legacy of inspiration, faith, tears, love, and spiritual joy that is Christmas. From the rollicking appeal of 'Jingle Bells' to the tranquil beauty of 'Silent Night,' the great songs of Christmas contain messages of peace, hope, and truth. Each in its own way expresses a facet of God's heart and celebrates the birth of his greatest gift to the world--Jesus, the most wonderful Christmas Song of all.

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Masskara 2008 day 1
Masskara 2008 day 1
Masskara Festival 2008 Bacolod City, Philippines October 17-18 2008 My first chance to shoot with our photo club (Pipho) was at the Masskara Festival in Bacolod City. Not like the more common Ati-atihan festivals of the Philippines (honoring the Santo Nino), the Masskara is based on their own past. During a particular time of hardship in their past, the people of Negros wore masks to show their grief. Plans were made for a yearly mask festival to show the hardship in Negros, but it was transformed into a street dancing and merry-making festival by the people in power for their own purposes. And thus the Masskara Festival was born… and the yearly dancing and festivities continues! There were officially only 4 of us from Pipho but we met lots of peers and friends on the streets. Our flight to Bacolod was real early so we took a bit of a rest when we got to the hotel. We started our walk to the preparation area a little after lunch, and boy was it hot! The sun was scorching! Despite the heat, the contingents were all in formation under the sun waiting for the start of the street dancing. During the course of the dancing and the performances, I saw a couple of participants fainting due to fatigue and the heat. The masks were quite heavy and made it a bit difficult to breath. The dedication and effort of the participants to their festival is very commendable. We were able to take advantage of the sun for the preparation shots but it became a harsh backlight during the street dancing. Still we made do with what we could because the street dancing was where we could shoot up-close and with creative angles compared to the performance area. It is also where there is more chance of unplanned happenings as they walk through the crowded streets, making for unique shots! Interactions with the crowd, dancing while walking forward, shooting while walking backward, finding the famous festival cigarette vendor, etc! We then shot in the performance area until it was too dark to shoot. We shot again the next day, this time the more professional performers against the winners of the school contingents. I was glad to have had a second chance to shoot as I felt I made plenty of errors on my first day of shooting due to my lack of experience. I was lucky to have two masters with us from whom I got a ton of tips and lessons: 1) come early to shoot the preparations 2) talk and instruct participants to create your shots 3) use the sun at the angle best for your shot 4) shoot not only the actual performance but also the street dancing 5) shoot at high shutter to freeze the action and at wide aperture for bokeh 6) background is very important to make very nice and colorful bokeh 7) wear earplugs! (the song was nice at first but the “cellphone ringtone” feel will eventually get to your nerves! I still prefer the drums of the ati-atihan festivals) and many more tricks that makes shooting easier! Thanks Dave and Vernes! The masks are intricately made with various designs and color and can sell for up to USD 200 each (especially for the masks of the champions). The masks and the costumes together with the dedication of the contingents, organizers and people of Negros has made the Masskara Festival one of the biggest and best festival the Philippines has to offer. Although the Dinagyang Festival is still the best for me, the Masskara is a very close second because of its unique appeal of masks, costumes and color!
13 things
13 things
Hah. I was bored so I edited this photo (can ya tell what I manipulated into the frame? *wink*) and decided to do the oh-it's-so-been-done 13 things =) 1. I like standing in the middle of roads. There is a feeling of freedom when you stand still while everyone else rushes past you, chasing worldly things, and you're just calmly looking on. Of course I don't wait until I get hit by a car to get myself off the road, I'm not suicidal. 2. I actually have a horrible horrible temper and have exploded in anger many many times and have lost many friends and respect along the way. 3. I listen to girl bands =D Pop girl bands, mind you. Oh, rockish bands like The Donnas would be acceptable, you say, but no, I'm talking about those who do bubblegum pop beats and cheesy, fun-loving lyrics. They have the best songs for jumping madly on your bed to relish the silliness of being a girl, and they've the best songs to get you pumped before going out to a dinner party with your bestest friends. For example, Atomic Kitten, and Girls Aloud =P 4. I hate being the eldest child. I've to make every decision for myself, with no one to follow, and though sometimes it feels liberating, mostly it terrifies me that I'll make the wrong choice and end up a bad egg in a sea of successful siblings. 5. I'm like, fifth generation Chinese hahaha. I think my maternal great great great grandfather was from China =) 6. I miss Heath Ledger badly. 7. I love to sing and act. I've wrote stories that ended up plays because I want the characters to be more than just words in a book. 8. Sometimes I think I don't deserve to have a dlsr in my hands, because I don't really see myself improving with it =( 9. Every flickr comment I've left on your streams is sincere as can be. I've noticed one thing about flickr that makes me feel good about myself. In real life, I have a tendency to dwell on the negative, but on flickr, I am very good at being supportive, and it just makes me believe that maybe I am not as bad a person as I think I am. 10. I've only recently started to watch Friends XD They're showing reruns every single day on StarWorld, and I love the fact that I'm late at catching on, because all the jokes are new to me, and it's wonderful to be able to laugh while everyone says "yeaaah I've watched this before". In my early teen years I was actually unfathomably obsessed with Charmed and Lizzie McGuire. 11. I've never had a boyfriend before =) Hoyeah. I guess I'm just... waiting? 12. I can read between lines rather well. You may not think you said something when you typed the innocuous words, but I heard it (haha Alex). 13. Oh yeah, my message ringtone on my Nokia is the theme for Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends =) God, I love cartoons. I don't know what else I can say. I guess I'm excited about finding out about a whole new me when I enter my new college, so I'll tell you when I get something =)

best songs to have as ringtones
best songs to have as ringtones
Richard Scarry's Best Learning Songs Video Ever! [VHS]
A painless way of learning a few things about shapes, numbers, letters, opposites, and good manners, Best Learning Songs Video Ever is an engaging treat for young kids who love music. The story finds Huckle Cat and his buddies putting on a backyard variety show that draws the entire town as an audience. With Huck as master of ceremonies and Lowly Worm as stage manager, the children of Busy Town entertain their families and friends with tunes about the fundamentals of an education. Besides Hilda Hippo's ABC song, there's Oly Owl's melody about shapes, and Alex and Anna's song about opposites. There's much more, including a couple of golden oldies such as "If You're Happy and You Know It." A real winner. --Tom Keogh

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