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Trippy video from Cyriak. [via waxy]

20100708gps.jpg Crossroads

A video from Garvin, who drives around for 9 minutes with 20 GPSes yapping in his ear. According to Garvin, “The video installation ‘crossroads (what to do)’ deals with the influence of others onto one’s own path of life in an abstract way.” [via core77]

Secret Stash

“This project is about concealing valuables, secrets, bad habits and personal information in our workplaces. Here, hidden spaces/ messages were created within 8 general objects such as wood boards, lamps and disposable coffee cups.” Very impressive. I’d like to see how these objects were created as well. [via Fast Company Design, a great new blog]

This Drummer is in the Wrong Gig

In my mind, he’s filthy rich and gives back to the community by improving crappy local bands with insane drumming.

LittleBigPlanet 2 Announcement Trailer

I never got the first one, but it was one of the main draws of the PS3. This looks so awesome. I wonder if they’ll let users charge for the games they create. You might also want to read more about it.

If Tori Amos Were a 12 Year-Old Boy and Covered "Paparazzi"

That kid’s got chops. [via buzzfeed]

Google Chrome Speed Tests

Dear Google, if you promise to make a video like this once a month, I will switch to Chrome. Cross my heart.

A Salami Sorting Machine

I can’t believe machines can move that fast. Now I want a salami. [via kottke]


Watch as Tetris pieces fall onto buildings, space invaders turn cabs into pixels and Donkey Kong throws barrels to the street.

20100406drhorrible.png Dr. Horrible's Sing-a-long Blog as an 8-bit Game

So much fun. Best part? You can download the soundtrack. [via @ActuallyNPH]

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World Teaser Trailer

I love Edgar Wright and this looks so damn good. Now I just wonder if I should read the comics before seeing the movie. I’m leaning towards no.

An Expert Ironing a Shirt

I wish there was a cable channel with five minute snippets of experts doing things. In the meantime, you’ll have to suffer through this flash interface showing several others. My second favorite is the boot shining. [via Put This On]

A Snowy Shack

Posted February 26, 2010

We had another snow day here in New York, so I made this video during lunch.

Putting this together took 10 minutes, including uploading it to Flickr. For all the hemming and hawing about simplifying iMovie, Apple definitely made the right call.

Gnilley: You Yell, You Win

Posted February 22, 2010

Gnilley is a game where you yell and it kills your enemies or opens a secret passage or does something awesome. Instead of explaining it more, I suggest you watch the awesome video.

The video shows a demo made for the Global Game Jam, but they’re working on making a full version. This seems like the perfect game for parties and pissing off your neighbors.

[via TIGSource]


Watch the trailer for this new book from Andrew Zuckerman. Yes, a trailer for a book. It comes with a 60 minute video of all of the interviews in the book. Buy it. (Warning: Autoplay) [via Monscope]

Dock Ellis and the LSD No-no

In 1870, Dock Ellis threw a no-hitter while under the influence of LSD. Listen to him tell the story with some fantastic illustrations by James Blagden. I could have linked to Youtube, but this site is really, really nicely designed.

Wizard Smoke

Posted December 3, 2009

You should watch it in HD (via @AdaptivePath).

Beck's Video for Heaven Can Wait

Posted November 20, 2009

Sung with Charlotte Gainsbourg, the video is absurdist and delightful. [via waxy]

Thursday Video Time

Posted November 19, 2009

I have two videos for you to watch. This first one is about a NatGeo photographer who was shooting a hooge leopard seal that decided to first offer him penguins and then teach him how to eat them. Pretty awesome.

Next is a funny video from Andrew. Watch as Japanese people pretend to get shot by a pretend gun. Good times.

Breaking Down a Quarter of a Steer with Shanna Pacifico of Back Forty

Now I want to take a butchering class. [via kottke]

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