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دانلود زیرنویس فارسی فیلم Death Race: Beyond Anarchy 2018

مسابقه مرگ ۴: فراتر از هرج و مرج (Death Race 4: Beyond Anarchy) عنوان فیلمی اکشن می باشد که نسخه ی ۴ ام از سری فیلم های اکشن مسابقه ی مرگ محسوب می شود. Danny Trejo بار دیگر بازگشته است تا در بی رحم ترین، خشن ترین ، خونین ترین مسابقه ی اتومبیل رانی تاریخ شرکت کند. بعد از حمله ای برای زندانی کردن یکی از راننده های افسانه ای به نام فرانکشتاین ، یکی از مامورین نیروهای ویژه Gibson ، تصمیم میگیرد برای دستگیر کردن فرانکشتاین وارد این مسابقه ی مرگ شود و …



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دانلود زیرنویس فارسی فیلم Death Race 4: Beyond Anarchy 2018

Death Race 4: Beyond Anarchy 2018

دانلود زیرنویس فارسی فیلم Death Race 4: Beyond Anarchy 2018
مسابقه مرگ ۴ (Death Race 4: Beyond Anarchy) عنوان فیلمی اکشن می باشد که نسخه ی ۴ ام از سری فیلم های اکشن مسابقه ی مرگ محسوب می شود. Danny Trejo بار دیگر بازگشته است تا در بی رحم ترین، خشن ترین ، خونین ترین مسابقه ی اتومبیل رانی تاریخ شرکت کند. بعد از حمله ای برای زندانی کردن یکی از راننده های افسانه ای به نام Frankenstein ، یکی از مامورین نیروهای ویژه Gibson ، تصمیم میگیرد برای دستگیر کردن فرانکشتاین وارد این مسابقه ی مرگ شود و …



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Are you closer to death or hearing back from that job you applied for?


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Waiting to hear back from a job can take a long time, and sometimes, it can take a lifetime.

Take a look at these questions to find out if you’re closer to death or closer to hearing back from that job you applied for. 

Are you feeling unsettled in any way?

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This could go both ways. Sometimes this feeling could mean anxiety, such as what you’re feeling about your job. But other times it could mean you have an intuition that the end is near.

Have you been talking to family more often?

Asian lovers or couples looking each other when cooking so funny together in kitchen with full of ingredient on table. Honeymoon and Happiness concept. Valentines day and Sweet home concept

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If you’ve been calling your family more often, you could either be keeping them up to date on your job situation, or you could be trying to have a few more meaningful moments with them before the end.

Have you reconnected with any old friends lately?

Cheerful Indian male college student shows his female friend something in a book. A male friend is sitting in the foreground. They are studying outdoors on campus on a sunny day.

Have you recently gone through your friends who you haven’t spoken to in a while, or possibly reached out to those with whom you have reached a rough patch? If this is the case, your brain could be telling you that the end is coming no matter your employment status. 

Have you been in and out of the hospital more frequently?

Gurney in hospital hallway

While the reasons can sometimes be unrelated, being in and out of the hospital in frequent succession could be a sign that regardless of the progress of the recruiter’s decision, your body is beginning to shut down.

Have you said to anyone recently, “I am nearing the end of my life, and I have never heard back from that position I went for?”

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If you’ve said this to those close to you, chances are you’re closer to death than employment.

Have you locked two murder suspects in your compound the man of the family they murdered?

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This will probably only happen to you if you’re the sheriff dying of lung cancer in the book turned 2016 film, Nocturnal Animals.

Do you feel at peace with the world?

Cropped shot of a mature businessman with folded arms

Yep, definitely dying.

If you answered yes to most of these questions, you’re probably closer to death than hearing back from that job you applied for.

Thanks for reading Mashable Humor: original comedy every day. Or most days. We’re people, just like you, and we’re trying our best.



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دانلود زیرنویس فارسی فیلم Death Note 2017

Death Note 2017

دانلود زیرنویس فارسی فیلم Death Note 2017

دفترچه مرگ ، فیلمی فانتزی و ترسناک به کارگردانی آدام وینگارد است که اقتباسی از مجموعه مانگایی ژاپنی به همین نام از تسوگومی اوبا و تاکشی اوباتا است. در خلاصه داستان فیلم آمده است ، لایت ترنر ، مرد جوانی که از ظلم و ستم بیزار است ، تصادفا دفترچه‌ای پیدا می‌‌کند که رویش دفترچه مرگ نوشته‌ شده است. در صفحه ی اول دفترچه توضیح داده‌ شده که اگر نام شخصی در دفترچه نوشته‌ شود و نویسنده در همان‌ لحظه چهره‌ی شخص را در ذهنش مجسم کند ، آن شخص پس از ۴۰ ثانیه خواهد مرد. به همین منظور ، لایت تصمیم می‌گیرد برای پاک کردن پلیدی از دنیا و ساختن دنیایی جدید و پاک ، انسان‌های ظالم اطرافش را از بین ببرد. اما…




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‘Pivot to video’ is not the death of words


The “pivot to video” is not the death of words. 

It’s not the death of journalism or a sign that people are abandoning everything that is right and good in the world.

What it is, however, isn’t much better.

The “pivot to video” is the product of an internet that is run by Google, Facebook, and an advertising market with little regard for anything that isn’t video. They’re setting the rules, and media companies—especially startups—have to play the game.

News broke on Thursday that Mic laid off 25 staffers and will turn its resources to producing more video. This has become a common move in the past couple years as digital media startups have found that pageviews just don’t translate into very much money (Mashable made just such a move in April 2016). 

These events tend to elicit a certain collective smugness and schadenfreude from technorati and Media Twitter. “Pivot to video” is now used with snarkful glee as shorthand for failure. 

Perhaps that’s as it should be. There is a growing acceptance that the internet is simply bad at supporting the written word. “Upon further reflection, it’s clear that the broken system is ad-driven media on the internet,” wrote Ev Williams in January to announce that his writing-focused startup Medium would lay off 50 people. The company had raised $130 million in funding in an effort to build the next great print media platform.

The ad-driven media, as Williams put it, is dominated by two companies: Facebook and Google. They soak up the majority of digital ad spending and almost all of every new dollar that moves online. Both companies are important to digital media upstarts, and they’re both hungry for video that they can show ads against—and grab a chunk of the $70 billion spent on TV ads.

Consumers don’t necessarily want this video. Even millennials prefer reading their news, and websites trying to cram as much video as possible onto webpages has resulted in a terrible user experience—including the dreaded autoplay.

Backing up a few years, the reason for companies like Mic stems from a once-boundless optimism for new media companies. “I am more bullish about the future of the news industry over the next 20 years than almost anyone I know. You are going to see it grow 10X to 100X from where it is today,” wrote venture capitalist Marc Andreessen in a blog post.

He wasn’t alone. Millions of dollars poured into media startups that believed they could take advantage of people and ad dollars both moving to the internet. The smartphone explosion only made that seem even more of a gold rush. 

Legacy media companies like the New York Times and Washington Post suddenly seemed vulnerable. Plenty of other media giants, worried about getting left behind, followed venture capitalists and plowed money into a growing number of startups. Newsrooms were built up, with even big-name journalists moving to online-only outlets. The calculus seemed to figure that even with Facebook and Google having already emerged as gatekeepers of both content and ad dollars, the market would figure it out. 

Back to present day, the market didn’t figure it out. The Times and Post are flourishing not because they changed to become more like digital upstarts but because they have avoided the free-content assumption and convinced people that their content is worth paying for. Subscriptions still reign supreme—and those companies control those subscriptions without middlemen (though Facebook is working on a subscription product).

This is a good thing. The explosion of free stuff on the internet had led to a growing belief that everything on the internet would be free forever. It was not that long ago that both the Times and Post offered all of their work online for free. Words still have value that consumers are willing to pay for, especially when they carry serious weight.

Value for free words hasn’t translated. Display ads have not turned out to be lucrative enough to sustain these media upstarts, leaving no choice but to start feeding the video beast. This is what startups do when their initial thesis doesn’t work or the market changes—they adapt to the times.

The market didn’t figure it out

There’s plenty of skepticism about whether this strategy will work, but that’s not really the point. For now, Google and Facebook are pushing media startups in that direction. There is simply no option but to pivot to video for a company like Mic. 

In its wake, however, are still plenty of words. Mashable had its own “pivot to video” moment, but this is still a print article, as are a lot of the things that appears on this website. Mic will still have words too. 

“Pivot to video” isn’t the death of words, but is the end of venture capital-funded words that hoped to eventually find a supportive ad market. In its place, venture capital-funded video is the new hope. Whether the ad market (or maybe even subscription market) materializes is anyone’s guess.

And if it doesn’t, the words will still be around. There just might be a few less of them.

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چرا مه Death Stranding انقدر زیبا از آب درآمده؟


چرا مه Death Stranding انقدر زیبا از آب درآمده؟

بازی بعدی «هیدئو کوجیما» (Hideo Kojima)، خالق مجموعه بازی‌های متال گیر، یکی از مرموزترین پروژه‌های فعلی صنعت بازی است. کوجیما حرف زیادی از بازی Death Stranding نزده است و اگر هم چیزی از این بازی می‌دانیم، به خاطر تحلیل‌های خودمان از تریلرهای این بازی است. دیروز، استودیوی بازی‌سازی «کوجیما پروداکشنز» کمی درباره‌ی این بازی صحبت کرد، ولی نه درباره‌ی مکانیک‌ها و داستان آن، بلکه درباره‌ی سیستم ساخت مه در بازی!

در کنفرانسی که کوجیما پروداکشنز در رویداد Siggraph 2017 برگزار کرده بود، «کوهی ایشی‌یاما»، از استودیوی کوجیما پروداکشنز و «گیلیم دی کارپنتیر»، از استودیوی گوریلا گیمز، از توانایی‌های موتور پایه‌شان صحبت کردند. موتور پایه‌ی بازی Death Stranding در ابتدا برای بازی Horizon: Zero Dawn ساخته شده بود و این موتور Decima Engine نام دارد.

کوجیما پروداکشنز و گوریلا گیمز از سیستم جدیدی که برای ساخت مه به Decima Engine اضافه کردند، صحبت کرده‌اند. ایشی‌یاما و کارپنتیر از آزادی عملی که سیستم جدیدشان در ساخت مه به آن‌ها ارایه داده، صحبت کردند. در حال حاضر، موتورهای پایه‌ی بازی معمولا از سیستمی به اسم Precomputed atmospheric scattering برای ساخت مه واقعی استفاده می‌کنند، ولی این سیستم نمی‌گذارد میزان غلظت مه یا رنگ آن را تغییر دهد.

سازندگان Death Stranding برای ساخت یک سیستم جدید مه، Precomputed atmospheric scattering را با سیستم دیگری ارتفاع مه را می‌سنجد، ادغام کرده‌اند و توانسته‌اند در عین ساخت یک مه با گرافیک بالا، امکان تنظیم آن را هم به دلخواه فراهم کنند.

می‌تواند در ویدیوی پایین، نتیجه‌ی این سیستم جدید مه را در Death Stranding ببینید. این صحنه مربوط به تریلر دوم Death Stranding است.

اگر می‌خواهید درباره‌ی چگونگی کار سیستم مه Death Stranding بدانید، می‌توانید مطلب اصلی آن را در وب‌سایت Dualshockers بخوانید.

بازی Death Stranding ممکن است در سال ۲۰۱۸ وارد بازار شود. این بازی روی پلتفرم‌های پلی‌استیشن۴ و کامپیوتر عرضه می‌شود.

منبع: Dualshockers

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