Creating Debian Jessie live media using netinstaller iso

Why using netinstall iso?
Well... nothing really special behind my choice of source installation medium, but i already download the net install iso and i really don't want to re-download the base system for my debian jessie system.

What's the requirement for making this minimal live system installation?
a working debian system, in my case a debian lenny system
an internet connection

Now, here's the step to create debian jessie live media:

1. Mount netinstall iso
    root@lennycom:/# mount -o loop <YOUR-ISO-LOCATION> <YOUR-MOUNT-LOCATION>    

   in my case, my iso is at /media/Data1/debian-8.4.0-amd64-netinst.iso  and my mount location is at /media/unt, so the command is:
    root@lennycom:/# mount -o loop /media/Data1/debian-8.4.0-amd64-netinst.iso /media/unt

2. Create new folder and rename it to livemedia-try1. go to the livemedia-try1 folder and create new folder, then rename it to liveimage.

    root@lennycom:/# mkdir /media/Data2/livemedia-try1
    root@lennycom:/# cd /media/Data2/livemedia-try1
    root@lennycom:/media/Data2/livemedia-try1# mkdir liveImage
    root@lennycom:/media/Data2/livemedia-try1# mkdir liveImage/live

Exploding Teapot Tutorial

Exploding things are some of the most common effect in many movies and tv. In this tutorial we'll learn how to create a basic explosion effect using blender 3D. This tutorial is using version 2.75a of Blender 3D.

Step 0: Preparation
Because the teapot object is part of extra object add-on for blender, we have to make sure that the extra object add-on is enabled. To enable the extra objects add-on, first click File tab and select User preferences. Select/click the Add-ons tab if not selected yet. On Catagories subsection click Add Mesh to filter the add-ons. Click the Extra Objects checkbox.