Including the most gloriously entertaining airline safety video ever, everything you need to know about the cuttlefish, and the ultimate test of who’s better at doing stuff: drunk adults or regular babies.
This is an ingenious prank.
Arthur and August were rescued and have been put up for adoption.
20th Century Fox should send Poster Boy a very large check.
The look on the girl’s face is precious. (via flickr.com)
Steve Duncan’s amazing expedition into the undergrounds of New York from Manhattan to Brooklyn, this is a true adventure. (via dailymail.co.uk)
The best thing about the digital signs that New York recently added to its subway system is how reliable they are. My only theory is that this particular 6 train platform is located in the middle of a wormhole that is falling through the fabric of space/time. Watch Video ›
Filmed in 1986, showing what the New York City subway looked before it was all cleaned up. Iit would be awesome if subways would let artists paint/graffiti on the wagons. It would give them so much more life. Watch Video ›
Conductor turns the NYC subway system into an interactive string instrument. Using the MTA’s actual subway schedule, the piece begins in realtime by spawning trains which departed in the last minute, then continues accelerating through a 24 hour loop. The visuals are based on Massimo Vignelli’s 1972 diagram. Sorry - there aren’t any rats. Watch Video ›
Apparently, dosing a French village wasn’t enough for them.