Everybody’s been talking about this.
And now you can create your own with this webapp.
But we’ve been creating alphabet photo galleries, so you can tag your friends and do this.
Childish but BLOODY funny.
This is smart too.
Hans Rosling’s famous lectures combine enormous quantities of public data with a sport’s commentator’s style to reveal the story of the world’s past, present and future development.
Now he explores stats in a way he has never done before for the BBC – using augmented reality. In this section of ‘The Joy of Stats‘ he tells the story of the world in 200 countries over 200 years using 120,000 numbers – in just four minutes.
Gwan son. Why the hell not.
– 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)
– Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger (4:01)
– James Bond Theme (4:15)
– Pirates of the Caribbean Theme (4:35)
– The Final Countdown (featuring my friend, Quin) (4:56)
Segment from Charlie Brooker’s brilliant “Screenwipe” by the also brilliant Adam Curtis.
Great campaign to offer hope and support to bullied LGBT youngsters who can’t imagine what a future life holds. Massive support and awareness. Love the tone and breath.
There are loads more messages of support on the site…
Best question at the Blizzard World of Warcraft: Quests and Lore Q&A
What A Boss!! And if you’re wondering what they’re talking about. Here’s the game.
Wait for Leroy!!
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Half Life 2 came with some mod tools that let you play with the in-game assets, like character models, environment, etc. Some mad dude opened up the mod tools, loaded stuff in from the libraries, and then mucked about with it. Enjoy…
The Idiots of Garry’s Mod
I know no idea there was a whole community of this mad shit.
Half Life 2 Bananaphone music video (made with HL² GMod)
Bananaphone Flash Animation
I watched a great episode of Horizon last night – asking the biggest questions that science can possibly ask: where did everything in our universe come from? How did it all begin? What followed was a dizzying exploration of cosmic bounces, rips and multiple universes. If you like that sort of stuff I can’t recommend it highly enough. Proper BBC documentary film making.
BBC iPlayer – Horizon: 2010-2011: What Happened Before the Big Bang?
If you want more, here’s a couple of others that might help blow your fragile mind fully apart.
Powers of Ten
Imagining the Tenth Dimension