Aired on Sunday evening during the 2009 edition of the MTV Movie Awards, this video takes a look at one of the most hilarious action-movie cliche: Heroes walking away from explosions in slow-motion.
An awesome promotional video from the European Research Commission trying to get more people interested in science. If you thought chemistry was boring, then I hope this ad has somehow changed your perception on the subject. [Via Neatorama]
After years of abuse and neglect, the forgotten plumber has had it up to here. [Via Digg]
Did you know that chipmunks are not native to planet Earth? In fact, they come from a very distant galaxy, and were encountered a long, long time ago by soldiers of an evil empire who used the docile mounts to roam around forested planets. Ok, ok, I just made that up. I thought it would […]
Once again, the folks at Sarcastic Gamer took one of Microsoft’s brilliant promotional clip, and turned it into something even more brilliant. Check it out: [Via Geekologie]
In the following video presentation, Joachim de Posada shares a landmark experiment on delayed gratification — and how it can predict future success. With priceless video of kids trying their hardest not to eat the marshmallow.
[PHD Comics | Via DailyCupOfTech]
Just a few weeks after unveiling the new 9.7″ Kindle DX, Amazon skips ahead 6 models to bring you the biggest, highest powered e-reader ever conceived: The Kindle 9XXXD. Check it out:
Can it be possible? A “moderfied” Mater that does a drift race thought the streets of Tokyo against an import? Check it out: [Via Jalopnik]
Well folks, that’s geek poetry at its best. Go ahead ladies, I want to hear you say “Awwwwwww….” :)