Digital as analogue. Would be great to get an annual Facebook yearbook to keep. When Facebook becomes a book from Siavosh Zabeti on Vimeo.
Gwan son. Why the hell not. Songs are… – Office Theme Song (0:18) – Linus and Lucy (0:38) – Turkish March (1:13) – Mario Brothers Theme (1:27) – In the Hall of the Mountain King (1:54) – Bad Romance (2:07) – Viva La Vida (2:50) – Like a Virgin (3:03) – Crazy Train (3:23) –Continue reading “Internet Skill #253: How to play a drain pipe”
It says so in an advert. We’ve all been there. via
Spotted this at the weekend. Waitrose are using a QR code on their Xmas TV ad. It’s a nice idea, but I had to stop the Sky box, rewind the TV, press pause, get my iPhone out, open a QR code reader, then take a photo. (It didn’t work btw). Who on earth is goingContinue reading “Waitrose using QR Codes on TV”
Mapnificent shows you areas you can reach with public transport in a given time. Mapnificent from Stefan Wehrmeyer on Vimeo. Similar to Mapumental here in the UK.
Here’s a clip from the improvised BBC2 sitcom The Trip. http://www.bbc.co.uk/emp/external/player.swf Directed by Michael Winterbottom, Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon play “loose versions of themselves” as they travel around the Peak District, Lake District, Scotland, Lancashire, and the Yorkshire Dales writing food reviews for a national newspaper. Read more about it here. Love it.
There’s a real art to cutting a good trailer. While the basics have remained the same over the years, some aspects of that art have changed greatly in the past two decades. The classic 80s Tron trailer gets a fan update – to see how it might be sold today. For comparison here’s the originalContinue reading “Modernised 1982 Tron Trailer”
Nelson, Coupland, and Alice are IDEO’s vision for the future of the books. Lovely. The Future of the Book. from IDEO on Vimeo.
Few more gems from the weekend. So much exciting stuff going on. Body Dysmorphic Disorder Interactive Puppet Prototype Hacked Kinect sending OSC via Processing using iPad The KinectBot Kinect Controls Windows 7