To celebrate Shark Week, Discovery has just launched their annual Shark Cam, but with a twist. Now you can pan and tilt the view around and follow the sharks as they swim by.
Trebuchet? Check. Beer? Check. Insane dude? Check. Being chunked a hundred feet into the woods? Priceless.
Eff you traffic. I'm taking to the skies. And no, I won't miss my 1-hour commute (one way).
Thhwaaaapuuuhhh... As the music builds, you see the ominous hand come into frame slowly...slowly. Then thhwaaapuuuhhh..... Classic.
This owl is like some boss in a video game. When he sees enemies, he transforms into one of two battle modes. In the first, he puffs himself up, bugs out his eyes, and squats like a battle tank. But when facing a really bigger enemy, he stands tall, squints his eyes evil like, and brings one wing around him like Dracula. Via Animal Planet's blog.
As the tractor breaks down on the Beekman Farm, the goats gather around to fix it..better yet, "eat it". I know goats will eat anything, but still! A tractor? This is surprisingly relaxing as you watch as the goats swarm in and attack the tractor. I need a sammich. There's a live cam too.
I saw this in a bathroom, and suddenly wanted to play PacMan.
More "Must Fail TV" coming soon on NBC this March.
Who knew David Simon was an Archie Bunker fan? Meathead.
Get in the traditional holiday mood by pulling out your gawd-awful Christmas sweater. Don't have one? There's an app for that.
Captcha fail. What kind of parties does Facebook go to!?
This is full of crap-titude. Now what am I going to do as a Reindeer Farmer? That's full of...uhm...what's a good word here?
Here's a vid of 36 skateboarders playing a game of tetris on a hill in San Francisco at night. The thing is that they are wearing these huge neon shaped helmets.
And why wouldn't he? HI can understand why he'd be apprehensive. It's a big evolutionary step.
Personas is an art installation by Aaron Zinman that is a component of Metropath(ologies), an interactive exhibit by the Sociable Media Group, MIT Media Lab. It uses sophisticated natural language processing and the Internet to create a data portrait of one's aggregated online identity. In short, Personas shows you how the Internet sees you.
In the years between making the movie Back to the Future and Back to the Future II, Michael J. Fox visibly aged and the actress playing his girlfriend was replaced by Elizabeth Shue. So, they decided to re-shoot the closing scene from the first movie. Someone made a side-by-side comparison of the two sequences that is hypnotizing.
Take a look at HEMA's (a Dutch department store with over 150 stores) product page - just wait a couple of seconds -- DON'T click on anything.
Take control of one of the air cannons and fire real dodgeballs at dodgeball players. Thats right, via the internet, everyone will be able to fire real dodgeballs at real people with pinpoint accuracy. Too bad only UK/Ireland can play.