Posts tagged with ‘Videos

Don’t have time to play video games? Why not watch some of YouTube’s biggest stars play them for you?

Morning musical weirdness: Dolly Parton’s “Jolene” played at 33 rpm

Sort of haunting and beautiful and a bit Nirvana-like.

Morning news: Local news station airs woman’s giant cameltoe on TV

I guess because she didn’t want her face shown? CUT TO THE CAMELTOE.

Glow in the dark highways make their debut in the Netherlands

Yeah, reflectors marking the edges of the lanes are great and all, but this is the 21st century… why not take things to the next level and make the lane markers glow in the dark. And this is just the beginning— eventually Netherlands will have smart highways that display icons for road conditions, such as big blue snowflakes if the road is icy.

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The trailer for the new season of Orange is the New Black promises next level crazy

Well, this specific trailer doesn’t, but this one specifically does. Watch both. 

Drone Footage of Thrillseekers Slacklining 400 Feet Above the Moab Desert

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Afternoon short films: “Lazy Boyz”

Because the Internet needed it… here’s an awesome MONSTER COUCH short! 

Lazy Boyz is a 80’s style horror/comedy about 2 stoners who find out their newfound couch lurks with mysterious evil… Hope you guys dig it!

Morning music: The oldest known melody, the Hurrian Hymn, from around 1600 BC

The Oldest known musical melody performed by the very talented Michael Levy on the Lyre. This ancient musical fragment dates back to 1400 B.C.E. and was discovered in the 1950’s in Ugarit, Syria. It was interpreted by Dr. Richard Dumbrill.

TED talk of the day: David Pogue’s top 10 time saving tech tips

How many of these did you already know? How many of these do you already do?

Scientifically accurate Spongebob Squarepants is horrifying, scientifically accurate

Sea sponges aren’t nearly as much fun as they’re made out to be in cartoons.

Saturday morning comics: The Common Room Animation Project

The Common Room Animation Project is a collaboration between 13 animators and spoken-word artist Talia Randall.

Inspired by the piece ‘Common Room’, each of the animators took on a segment of the poem, and worked on it with complete creative freedom.

The poem itself speaks of experiences that are very personal, and yet universal. Therefore, we chose to collaborate on a film which enables several designers and animators to share their personal views, experiences and interpretation of the poem.






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