College Humor recently took a humorous look at everything you love and hate about internet culture in this animated clip. WARNING: Explicit Language.
Disney is coming out with an animated film based around video games.
Let me repeat that: Disney. Animated film. Based on video games. The film is called ‘Wreck-It Ralph’ and it features John C. Reilly as a former 8 bit villain who wants to take a turn at being a hero for a change. This might be the first kid’s movie in a while that I’m interested in seeing.
Calling it now, these guys are going to be big. Silky smooth lyrics and a 70s influenced sound is a winning combination.
Umm…apparently hot girls have problems too. Look out Rebecca Black, these two put “Friday” to shame.
9 year old Caine had a vision to create his own penny arcade, and he happened to catch the attention of a documentary filmmaker who walked into his Dad’s auto parts store. Caine’s cardboard arcade is a charming picture of creativity; this kid has a bright future ahead of him.
This clever marketing campaign by Smart Car makes a virtual “flipbook” out of descending Twitter posts. Painstakingly detailed, this enchanting campaign is a great example of out of the box advertising in the social space.
What constitutes a “home”? This man’s home is the largest abandoned factory in the US, Detroit’s Packard Plant. And amidst the ruin of a once great manufacturing plant, he lives his life, the sole caretaker of a building that the city has largely forgotten.
Ever feel like you’ll never be quite as cool as people half your age? If you don’t just watch this 12 year old land a 1080. And you thought you were so cool when you learned how to hop over a curb on your aluminum scooter….
Like good music? How about free good music? Do yourself a favor and download this song for free from iTunes this week. Or buy this whole album for $7.99. Seriously, you won’t be able to stop the feet tapping once these Black Keys-esque southern rockers get going.
This isn’t the RC car you had as a kid. This bad boy comes with a little extra “bounce” in its step.