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- n. Plural form of lifecast.
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His latest installation, The Silent Evolution at Mexico's National Marine Park of Cancun, features 400 human lifecasts and their aquatic friends.
The angel is big, even bigger than I expect from the lifecasts.
In these cases events have a bigger pull than lifecasts; time is too precious for many to watch Justin on Justin. tv driving a car but like actual television, we can and will find time to watch a staged event, or a stream of a non-staged major event such as the iPhone launch.
Currently she writes a weekly dating column for Time Out New York and lifecasts on NonSociety. com, the website she co-founded with her friends.
Tutus and canopy beds aside, some of Julia Allison's prospective male suitors might be intimidated by the possibility of being mentioned in one of her many columns or lifecasts.
Even If You’re Nobody” and has been profiled in The New York Times, is featured on the blog, “Non Society,” which is devoted to the near-constant multimedia-enhanced documentation of her life and that of two of her friends on what they call their “lifecasts.”