because why not? its the internet after all.
I came across this cool documentary on video game music, its a running series that explores the people who piloted video game music and their influence on the gaming culture.
so far there are only two episodes and they play one every thursday,
until the series finale on Oct. 9th.
check it out here
so IKEA decided to make the new catalog a bit more technologically advanced.
this is a handy guide for the prices of all the
new iPhone 6 variations announced last night by Apple, thanks to Jacqui .
I really wanna see how well will the iPhone 6 do to the competitors, it seems they did it right this time, again.
this street performer juggles bowler hats, amazing video.
the dancing really did it for me as well.
there are tons of these videos all over the web, but two videos stand out in my point of view.
1- the Zero point:
this is Patrick Stewarts take on the ALS bucket challenge, because as I understand it,
you either get the ice bucket or you donate to ALS.
classy as always Mr. Stewart
2- the Max point:
these guys just over did it, the exact opposite of the spectrum on pouring a bucket of water on your head, they did so much more, and I find it amusig in how silly it is and how over the top it was made.
the effects were perfect
3- the Weird point
this is from Warframe, a game I’ve been playing for over a year, I love that the developers actually went and made this video, even though I’d rather they actually did it on video in real life.
well done, weird Corpus language though.
This amazing sped up video of an airport makes,
planes look like shooting stars or something.
recommended HD full screen with headphones.
this is an interesting look at some of the Marvel characters,
I gotta say I didn’t expect Wolverine to be such a shorty
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Parkour is a sport that has been rising in popularity in the last decade or two and with the modern day technology and the internet more and more videos of amazing feats in parkour are shown everyday and the bar is constantly being raised, this one ad for GoPro used footage from a professional stuntman called Ethan swanson, on the video comments you see poeple arguing about him being a professional and that some parts were edited, real or not the idea is that he set up the scene and did an amazing jump on his own, that’s the direction this ad is going.
Another video surfaced of two Japanese girls chacing around in school doing all sorts of “Ninja” parkour things, a really cool video that is made to seem like these girls just casually do extreme parkour tricks as if its nothing.
I absolutely love watching parkour videos, whether amateur or pro, but this approach of making extreme parkour look casual is a fresh angle on the sport, and I’d like to see more of this.
what do you think ?
this video is so amazing and its going viral.
watch the video to the end to see the actual reveals.
I’m so damn Hyped over this now
this is the cutest thing you’ll see all day,
I guarantee it
this is a cool video on how the ammune system works, the art style is great and the information is detailed but explained in a simplified way.
my favorite part is the Pokemon battle
OpenHow Blog Collected some online emulators of the oldest commercial systems used in the computers. If you miss using an old system or didn’t have the chance to, you can check them out in their post here. I miss Paintbrush.
this is a great Game of Thrones parody of the intro of the show, designed by HootSuite to look like the show’s famous intro.
its a hoot to watch xD.
this is a funny cute Pokemon spoof,
we all know how technology improves our lives, but as it gets involved more and more into details of different aspects in life things like privacy issues start surfacing, taking this subject further we can look at Google being one of the largest tech companies out there with products that covers most things in our daily lives, this gives a lot of power to Google and its a bit concerning to see that much information in the hands of one company acting as a service provider, so this infographic talks in a bit more detail how Google (and their Google Maps) is conquering the world.