A couple of Labs work the room while owners check out at the vet. One dog even delivers the receipts. Though we’d be more impressed if she worked at a Taco Bell, doling out burritos.
One day Chris Crutchfield was immersed in the sounds of gadgets and programs vying for his attention. This is his “brain’s interpretation of that event.” Our version wouldn’t be so ideal.
The Legend of Zelda: The Lost Oracle isn’t even a real game, but animator Joel Furtado’s fan-made commercial has us whipping out our credit cards to pre-order this non-existent Wii U title.
We’re not sure if dogs, weight loss, James Brown, Star Wars and Volkswagen make any sense together either. You be the judge of the extended cut of VW’s pot-luck of a Super Bowl commercial.
Throw a lifeline into your favorite beverage with this silicon ice tray which makes ice rings in the shape of tiny life preservers. Probably would look even better using frozen milk instead of water.
(Warning: MAJOR SPOILERS!) College Humor transforms first four seasons of Breaking Bad into a retro-style RPG, with 16-bit versions of Walt, Jesse, Hank, Gus and even a tiny pixelated Winnebago.
The legendary hard rock family is back. David, Eddie and Alex look more Rolling Stones than U2, but they haven’t lost their trademark sound. Their album A Different Kind of Truth drops 02/07.
The latest Spring shoes from one of our favorite designer lines have Native American print canvas linings and leather or washed canvas uppers. Watch out for these shoes in stores this February.
Image enhancement engineer Brant Widgeon helps bring us awe-inspiring astronomical images. But he doesn’t just have to clean up dust and specks – he’s got a much bigger challenge on his hands.
A showcase of three Mopar upgrade kits. Stage 1 adds carbon fiber parts and 20″ wheels, Stage 2 adds exhaust, suspension and brake parts and Stage 3 adds a non-street-legal 590hp Hemi V8.
Brace yourselves, because the second season of Game of Thrones won’t come until April 1st. HBO should know better than to tease us this early. Hopefully we get to see more of Tyrion this season.
The music video for The Bad in Each Other, a track by Canadian crooner Feist from her latest album Metals. Director Martin de Thurah’s video fits the song’s Dylan-esque wisdom very well.
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