- Tilt-Shift New York in Spring
- Fire Poi by Yuta
- Your WTF for the day - Japanese Bass!!
- Your WTF for the day - Beatboxing 2.0?
- Tasty Jams - Kill da Wabbit
- Your WTF for the day - Weird Japanese Song
- Your WTF for the day - Personal Urns
- Tasty Jams - "70 Million" by Hold Your Horses
- Role Models - Captain Kirk taught me something today
- Role Models - James David Manning Jr. PhD
Monthly Archives: February 2011
For being floppy drives this is quite impressive. In the key of A:\, B:\, C:\ and D:\.
Someone recently suggested putting up a 7′ Robocop statue in the city of Detroit for obvious reasons and the Mayor of Detroit shot it down immediately. Well that never stops the internet. A Kickstarter project (internet donations) has been started … Continue reading
I’m not sure if you know this or not, but this gentleman likes to dance.
This article is a pleasant reminder that my dreams of achieving total human genocide through bio-engineering isn’t as far-fetched as it seems. A British scientist has bio-engineered a species of mosquitoes to inherently carry a gene that would more or … Continue reading
A fully functional steam-punk Pacman with removable parts. These need to be in mass production right now. The Pactuator: a clockwork Pac-Man from Jonathan M. Guberman on Vimeo.
Apparently BBC has an interpretative dance show aptly named Interpretative Dance where contestants have to guess what song is being sung merely through the dancing antics of other players. If you’d like to play along, play the video on mute … Continue reading
So I can’t explain this music video at all. Nor can I explain the dancing man that comes in around 1:30.
I have to admit that one movie that always brings me back to the bliss of childhood has always been Jurassic Park, so I will look for any excuse to post something related. This just happens to be pretty epic … Continue reading
This is disturbingly mesmerizing.
this video is a self proclaimed “picture song”, featuring a fellow who sings random jokes about pictures that are all more or less related only by being examples of failures.
Apparently circumcisions are such a mysterious topic in Russia that they felt the need to demonstrate the process on television. The rabbi looks mortified.
A game show that has its contestants enter a pitch black room and identify objects by smell. You can imagine where this goes.
This guy blows a .40 on a breathalyzer. Top that.