Since I don’t know how to comment on Stephen’s post, hell yes, I’m right. Slumdog Millionaire is awesome. Go see it. In fact, why are you even reading this. You should have closed your laptop two clauses ago (hehe, grammar joke). I would say what it’s about (if you’re still here that is), but that would ruin half the fun of it. Just watch it and prepare to feel uplifted afterwards.
Ok, this video by Action Figure may be from five month ago; but, it’s a great video to revisit. The song in the background is ‘Sweaty (Shazam Remix)’ by Muscles. For more from this fascinating company, you can visit them at actionfigure.com.
The holidays are here and 2k9 is fast approaching, so here’s a small roundup of everyone’s third-favorite year-end activity: top album lists! (First and second place are claimed, of course, by “drinking copiously enough to make out with a random partygoer at midnight” and “making overly ambitious resolutions you’ll forget before February.”)
Let’s all gather ’round, roast some chestnuts, and bitch about what we would have done differently after the jump…
These Reality commercials are great. All “clean” coal really does is transfer one waste stream (air) to another (water). Oh, and it’s not even viable until 2020. Wikipedia on Clean Coal
Slumdog Millionaire was an amazing movie. I feel like there should be more good movies out during the Christmas season, but there aren’t that many. I want to see Frost/Nixon and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, but I think thats about it for the holiday season…
A collection of Christmas songs composed in 8-bit format. When I say composed in 8-bit format, i do not mean they are encoded with 8-bit binary, perhaps they are. What I do mean is that these Christmas songs sound like old video games. Some of the links to individual tracks are broken, but the .rar package is complete. Thank you, Jesus.
I great music video starring everyone’s favorite people-guessing game.
Teenagers in Maryland have discovered how fool the cameras at intersections that give tickets to those running red lights.
It’s pretty easy. Here’s how.
- Find a target. Get their license plate number
- Find a template of their state’s license plate
- Photoshop the template to include the victim’s plate number.
- Print the fake plate on photo paper and place over your license plate
- Run a red light at a camera protected intersections (Alps and Broad)
- Repeat step 5
Original source: Ars Technica