Carboard cut-outs can be kind of fun as long as they don’t take you by surprise. In my experience, most tend to either be funny or creepy; the following are a little bit of both. Whereas he appreciates being useful, Spock is fairly certain that this was not in the Science Officer job description. – […]
If you’ve ever wondered about what a typical day in the life of a Microsoft employee is like, you’ll find all your questions answered in the following video featuring Tina Wood and part of the Channel 10 crew.
Researchers in Britain have been tickling 22 apes and seeing how they laugh. To me, that’s an inherently fine idea. To those who insist on niceties like scientific purpose, it’s a new take on the study of evolution. The project, co-ordinated by the University of Portsmouth, involved taking 800 audio samples from tickling apes of […]
Yesterday evening, while idly browsing the web, I stumbled upon the video of a Scottish rapper named “TheChielMeister”. Apart from being totally unintelligible to my ear (Can anyone translate what he says in the comments?), the guy made me think of Half-life 2’s Father Grigori. Check him out below! The desperate plight of a Moray […]
Excuse me Wolfram Alpha, but, are you Skynet? [Via Gizmodo | Wolfram Alpha]
By Jimmy Rogers (@me) Contributing Writer, [GAS] One of the oddities of the television world is the “midseason series,” so called because it airs a little out of sync with most of the primetime eye candy. Such shows are a kind of wild card because they can fill in gaps and allow more eccentric shows a […]
The best thing about this old Mac ad? Clearly it has to be that guy’s beard… and his dazzling dance moves. You have to admit, these moves are really something!
Look at this nifty little stop animation of a guy working furiously to get somewhere. It’s called “Sorry I’m Late” by Thomas Mankovsky. They used the floor of an auditorium (or maybe a church?) to make it appear that the hapless chap was walking across a wide range of obstacles. You can find the “making […]