Best Google Doodle Ever
Today, Google has the coolest Doodle to date! For the 30th anniversary of Pac-Man, Google has created an interactive doodle allowing you to "insert coin" and play Pac-Man all day! If you press "insert coin" twice, you activate two players with both Pac-Man & Ms. Pac-Man (Ms. Pac-Man uses WASD keys on your keyboard) It's the best two handed action you're going to get all day.
The iPad Pad With Wings
This iMaxi will keep your iPad clean and dry! This handmade iPad case comes in two colors (white or red) and has an advanced wing design to wrap snugly around your iPad. "Best of all, it shields it from all those unsightly and embarrassing data leaks that would make any motherboard worry."
James Franco, Performance Artist
If you were wondering why James Franco took that General Hospital gig, it was intended as a piece of performance art. The artist named simply "Franco" states: "I disrupted the audience's suspension of disbelief, because no matter how far I got into the character, I was going to be perceived as something that doesn't belong to the incredibly stylized world of soap operas."
The Future of Magazines
First the Kindle, then the Nook, now Time Inc. has unveiled their own touch screen interactive Tablet with a video demonstration of a tabletized Sports Illustrated. Features include being able to re-arrange the pages in the order you want to read them, more photos, a social media integration for sharing articles and video elements (think swimsuit issue). The link takes you to a pretty cool video explaining everything.
Vogue Italia Dec 09 Issue : Ode to Twitter
Vogue Italia's last issue of the decade is dedicated to Twitter. (Not the first time they've done something like this) The models on the cover and in the accompanying editorial inside all photographed themselves, in an ode to Twitpic. Featuring Kasia Struss, Lara Stone, Natalia Vodianova, Christy Turlington and a pregnant Gisele Bundchen.
How the Puppets from Fantastic Mr. Fox Were Made
Ian MacKinnon and Peter Saunders the artists behind The Fantastic Mr. Fox, (also did stop motion animation for Nick Park’s Chicken Run, Tim Burton’s The Corpse Bride, and Henry Selick’s Coraline) talk about the tiny details in the making of. "Every last detail was made by hand, including screen printing particular fabrics that Wes was very keen to have.”