KungFu vs. Yoga

Who shall be victorious?



You can't go wrong with Kermit.


I saw this amazing abstract cg piece a long time ago and lost the link. It has finally come back to me! I love this film. It's excellent in so many ways. Don't miss it.

Official Site


Why YouTube Is So Delicious

Another installment of WYTISD

The future of computer interfaces

How to undress in 7 seconds

Jon Stewart on The O'Reilly Factor

BUSTED - The Citizen's Guide to Surviving Police Encounters



Behold, Audiopad. The newest and fucking coolest way to make music. I want one of these very badly. Check out the video after the jump.

Audiopad was developed by James Patten and Ben Recht aka localfields.

Oh Mike..

Mike pulled pranks. Mike was out of town. Mike got owned.

A few of us at work have been pranked one too many times by a certain coworker by the name of Mike. He was out of town for a few days and we had some extra cardboard laying around. This is what happens when you push creative IT workers too far! Enjoy your new office Mike!


OK Go - Here It Goes Again


As Far As The EyeCandy Can See

Been saving these up for awhile, so get ready.

1. Mice on drugs. Sweet.
Actually it's a very well made way to teach people about how drugs work. Still sweet.

2. The Underground History. An extensive collection of writings and photos about the lost London Underground. This picture is a "Mercury Arc Rectifier" that is still running.

3. Now, even you can legally keep a 6' marijuana plant in your house... because it's made out of silk. Not as fun, but I think it's a beautiful way to lighten up a room.

4. Bravia, the genius advertisers that brought you the beautiful thousand bouncy balls commercial, are back at it with some more amazing tricks.

5. If I was a spaceship, where would I go? Hmm. Oh, how about the International Space Station? I guess this is what it would look like for them. Kickass. (Attn: Very High Resolution)

6. Big Gulp. Whoa.

7. doodleBug is a site where people submit their doodles. Nothing special right? The nifty part is that you can watch every single doodle from beginning to end.

8. They call it the "future of animation." Yes, it is very well done, but I wouldn't throw a party just yet. The ultra-realistic details are very cool, and I will give them that.