You know what they say: “Good things come to those who get up early.” Anyway, when I spotted this nice 3D animation on my pal Korben’s French-language blog, I just knew I had to post it to remind everyone that those who sleep in until Saturday afternoon miss wonderful opportunities Saturday morning. Video after the […]
Prey Alone is a 2005 action-packed short film featuring agent Cain, a man on the hunt for an elusive killer. His only clues to find him: an uncooperative witness and the words P.R.E.Y. A.L.O.N.E.
Most of you have heard that VLC, the open-source media-playing software is now officially out of beta. Even better, they have released a portable version of the software, which means you can keep VLC on your USB drive and use it on other people’s machines. Have you tried watching a video on a friend’s computer […]
Yeah, that’s Office 2010, as in Microsoft Office 2010. Enjoy! [Via TechEblog]
28 years ago, aliens made first contact with Earth. Humans waited for the hostile attack, or the giant advances in technology. Neither came. Instead, the aliens were refugees, the last survivors of their home world. The creatures were set up in a makeshift home in South Africas as the worlds nations argued over what to […]
Online music site Pandora has been saved from closure after the music and internet industries finally reached a deal over royalty rates. It’s a major boost for the online radio industry, though there’s still a significant disparity between online and over-the-air radio. Online radio in the US is governed by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act […]
The following artist will blow your mind away. Going by the name of DubFX, Australian artist Ben Stanford uses only his voice and a piece of mixing equipment called a loop station. While performing, Ben starts by singing each part of his song and recording it in the loop station. He then sings over that […]
Realized by French 3D Artist Vincent Husset, Haiku is a crazy little short featuring a sheep, a super hero-wannabe, and sheep-kidnapping UFO. I’m not exactly sure why the author named the animation “Haiku“, maybe except for the 3-line poem displayed early in the movie, which doesn’t actually make a lot of sense: “In a sea […]