Some of the best magic tricks are done on the spot; theory11 pulls five rabbits out of its hat with Symphony, a collection of impromptu tricks that are perfect for street performers.
The humor in Donatello Gets Screwed is pretty crude (particularly from an ornery Splinter), but we couldn’t help laughing at (and pitying) the forgotten fourth Ninja Turtle’s plight.
The moon landing festivities continue with restored Apollo 11 footage, courtesy of NASA; it includes everything from Neil’s first step to the raising of the American flag. Thanks, Scott!
Auto-Tune the News is genius; the video above not only pans the media and pokes fun at politicians but does the seemingly impossible: it makes CSPAN exciting. Thanks, Jay!
United Breaks Guitars is sweet revenge for Sons of Maxwell’s Dave Carroll; his video has gone viral to the tune of 3 million views after the airline lost his guitar. Thanks, Jake!
Directed by Chris Columbus of Harry Potter fame, Percy Jackson and the Olympians shows promise in this teaser; the movie is about the half-human, half-Greek god son of Poseidon.
We’re already hooked on Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet, yet all we’ve seen is the trailer; it’s a side-scrolling platformer where you pilot a UFO that looks flat-out fun; thanks, Tommy!
Done up as a retro-style cartoon, Weird Al’s Skipper Dan may be about a Hollywood actor but is a tongue-in-cheek look at something we can all relate to: having your dreams crushed.
Part timepiece and part gadget, Route O’Clock is a functioning router that also displays bandwidth strength in half-hour segments; it lets users choose the best time to use the internet.
The military-industrial complex has never been fond of Obama, but it’s a sad day when the world’s greatest superpower can’t have its own flying, flame-throwing billion dollar dragon tank.
Most of us spend years trying to wean ourselves off thick-rimmed eyewear, but College Humor’s Nerd Transformation shows that it can all be undone with a carelessly worded Star Wars fact.
Matt’s Open Source PSP isn’t a PSP, but named for its Sony-like dual controllers; still, it’s a fun DIY project that uses TripleWide Extendershield and Arduino to play two-player Pong.
Monkey doctors, octopus sushi chefs, brain-eating anteaters: you might have to get therapy after Musicotherapie; it’s a ridiculously weird short film which is both hypnotic and neurotic.
Top Gear’s Jeremy Clarkson takes a drug dealer’s EVO VII and pits it vs. the British Army; sure, it’s contrived and they’re firing tracers, but it’s tough saying no to harmless war porn. Part 2 here.
Rob Thomas’ Meltdown gets some YouTube love with this music video of atomic-sized mental breakdowns; we won’t spoil it for you, but let’s just say it’s worth watching the whole thing.
Despite being set to a relatively chill jazzy piano soundtrack, The Great Red Herring Chase is anything but relaxed; it’s a car chase done entirely via typing with a classy film noir feel.
We’ve seen plenty of special edition games, but Modern Warfare 2′s Prestige Edition is flat-out awesome: it packs in a pair of working night vision goggles with plastic head. Thanks, everyone!
Promoting Red Bull’s upcoming X-Fighters, FMX legend Robbie Madison takes on London’s Tower Bridge; not content to merely jump the span, he does a no-handed backflip.
LG’s Chocolate BL40 takes on candybar proportions with a wide 4″ 21:9 multi-touch screen; it also features LG’s Active Flash UI and features a 5 MP camera, Wi-Fi and 7.2 mbps HSDPA.
Batman haters are gonna love this Arkham Asylum Villains trailer; the Dark Knight gets meets completely “bat”-tered by baddies including Poison Ivy, Killer Croc and Bane. Thanks, Thorir!
Varathit Uthaisri’s SURFACE is a short film that shows everyday events such as walking, cooking, and even dropping things from an unconventional perspective: below.
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