This mother duck and her brood are out taking a leisurely stroll, but in a second a gust of wind will try to ruin their day. Can humans just walk away after being tossed about like that?
Alan Marsala and Chance McManus combined footage from Halo: Reach with live action – and cheesy acting – to make their short film, You Will Never Get The Power Core.
A crosswalk sign in the city of Spokane, Washington has been spotted flipping the bird instead of just raising a hand. An official says that snow wedged in the sign might be the culprit.
The moral of this story is simple. Never leave your dog alone in the car. At least the driver of this truck didn’t leave the engine on, or else the Bichon behind the wheel might have run someone over.
The hills of San Francisco make for some very steep streets. Photographer Dan Ng tried making them look level simply by tilting his camera, and the results he got are hilariously surreal.
Like the Stones? Sit back and enjoy this awesome elderly street performer in Brussels as he rocks out his own “special” version of the classic (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction. Stick around for a bonus medley.
The launch is just a couple of days away! Meanwhile, you can get a glimpse of the new environments that the Cataclysm expansion will bring to the World of Warcraft on this trailer.
Freddie Wong is up to his gun-slinging again – with bullets and blood once again flying across the small screen. Wong claims this 2 minute clip is from a 90 minute film that they lost the first 88 minutes of.
The guys at Team Black Sheep managed to fly a remote-controlled plane through the city’s iconic urban skyline, capturing some incredible aerial shots with a tiny camera mounted on the plane.
The generally awesome Telltale Games hits 88mph with the first trailer for their episodic adventure game based on Back to The Future. No Michael J. Fox, but at least Christopher Lloyd is Doc Brown.
Tor Even Mathisen used a Canon EOS 5D mark II with a Canon 16-35mm f/2.8L II to create this wonderful time-lapse of the Aurora Borealis dancing over the night sky of TromsÃ¸, Norway.
No animal was harmed to make this video. We don’t think the chicken even noticed the jerks who were messing with her. Nothing they did could take her eyes off whatever she was looking at.
(NSFW: Language) We wet our pants watching this hilarious, profanity-filled review of “the most difficult game ever created”, QWOP. We wish you luck getting the runner to the 100-meter mark.
TDK will release two sweet retro-futuristic blasters in 2011. Both speakers have USB, 3.5mm and RCA ports, touch-sensitive buttons and analog knobs. In addition, the three speaker model has a subwoofer.
An expensive homage to the iconic storage format. Designed by Transparent House, the Tape Lamp is made of 100 micro-cassette tapes and laser-cut plexiglass. Three 40-watt bulbs provide the light.
Moleskine’s Extra Small Planners measure just 2.5″ w x 4″ h, come in daily and weekly formats and are compact enough to throw in a bike bag, or even your pocket with the skinny weekly version.
In this commercial for Logitech Revue and Google TV, Kevin Bacon plays Ivan Cobenk (get it?), who is a devoted fan of… Kevin Bacon. He even does a passable impression of his idol.
8-bit fanatic DoctorOctoroc is back on his game with 30 chiptune tracks based on classic TV shows, cartoons and commercials. Ok, Adventures of The Gummi Bears is not a classic.
No, we aren’t tired of projection mapping yet, or TRON for that matter: check out the full projection mapping light show spectacle for TRON: Legacy on the roof of the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London.
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