Plot summaries are given a new twist. There’s a whole load more here
Gays kill blacks.
An unplanned pregnancy leads to complications.
Wealthy man assaults the mentally ill.
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST:
Peasant girl develops Stockholm Syndrome.
Black man abuses line of credit.
CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY:
Deranged pedophile big-business industrialist tortures and mutilates young children.
Tourists experience local hospitality.
GONE WITH THE WIND:
Rich, white slave owner enjoys getting raped, miscarries.
GOOD WILL HUNTING:
Underemployed genius squanders prestigious job opportunity to chase trim.
White man beats black man.
Homicide detectives unable to prevent even a single murder by admitted serial killer, killer gives cop head.
STAR WARS: EMPIRE STRIKES BACK:
Boy is abused by midget, kisses sister, attempts patricide.
THE CRYING GAME:
Hairdresser bonds with client.
Physically abused, retarded man finds love with overweight preteen.
This installation piece by Tim Schwartz is attached via a network cable to the internet where it monitors news and search results for “paris hilton” and “paris france” and displays an average result in real-time.
I love the idea of using physical objects to display data generated in the digital world and vice-versa.
Bakertweet from the peeps at Poke has been generating a lot of buzz recently.
Sermad has also pulled together some nice examples of the internet and real world coming together.
I wanna talk about this a bit more after I’ve sorted out the thoughts in my head.
via Inspire Me, Now!
Some killer lines in here from the greatest pitchman alive.
“It doesn’t fit in a rolodex because it doesn’t belong in a rolodex.”
What a jerk.. Haha.
This quick thinking from Juggernaut Advertising is proving good enough to make a local campaign for BMW Santa Monica go global.
The cheeky response to an Audi campaign is spreading round agencies and car forums like wildfire.
The Poster going up overnight
Gotta love a good old advertising battle.
Good stuff. The debate rages on.
iPhone RFID: object-based media from timo on Vimeo.
Last bit of nerd shenanigans for today…
This is a prototype of an iPhone media player that uses RFID embedded in physical objects to control media playback.
Another interesting idea to put in your back pocket and bust out later.
The video doesn’t really do this justice.
There’s a mouse-driven version – but you don’t really get the wow factor.
If you’ve got a webcam try the full demo for yourself here.
There’s the potential to do some really cool stuff with this.