When kids do the storytelling, some tales get better with time. This retelling of a family story by the younger members of the family (and acted out by the older ones) is a great example. (Thanks Kara!)
We’re not sure if these dogs think they’re doing the conga, or if they’re trying to be a canine caterpillar. Either way, they’re so cute we want to puke. Bonus points for the bike-riding leader of the pack.
Written and directed by Ien Chi, Tick Tock follows – in reverse – the story of Emit (get it?) who’s led to believe that he only has 5 mins left to live. Neat movie, although the captions are overkill.
The EGO is a small electric boat that floats on the water, piloted from a see-through cabin that rides just beneath the surface, allowing a clear view of underwater life without getting wet – or the bends.
Rainn Wilson, Ellen Page and Kevin Bacon star in James Gunn’s Super, the story of an average guy who takes on a superhero alter ego after his wife falls for a charming drug dealer. (Thanks Brad!)
UK designer and model artist Kyle Bean has created an ironic project called What Came First? – a visual pun based on the saying, by crafting a chicken from egg shells. We’d love to see a series.
As part of this past week’s tribute to the nation of Finland, Conan takes the country’s top export (Angry Birds) and flings them at a pile of arch-rival Sweden’s top export (IKEA furniture).
Jack Black, Dustin Hoffman and the Furious Five are back, as the big-bellied panda and his anipals must pull out their best combo moves to save Kung Fu from Gary Oldman’s evil Lord Shen.
This little fella is the masseur of the Brazilian football club Comercial Pi. When his services are needed, he springs to action in style. Too much style. He’s probably the squad’s mascot too.
National Geographic used statistics to come up with the world’s most typical person. So if you ever encounter an alien and you’re asked what the average Earthling is like, you know what to say.
A head-scratching concept designed by John Leung of Clarke Hopkins Clarke Architects, the bookshelf has a couple of slanted wires in the middle that converge into one when viewed from up front.
(NSFW: Language) It’s an “inner city versus outer space” battle in Attack of the Block, about a group of teenage troublemakers who are out to defend their South London territory from aliens. WHAT?
(NSFW: Language) MK9 looks more and more like the best Kombat yet. The newly-revealed Challenge Tower offers a 300 crazy missions and mini-games built on the MK fighting engine.
Artist Andrew Myers creates these incredible 3-dimensional portraits by drilling 8,000 to 10,000 individual screws into a plywood panel, then paints the heads to complete the imagery.
(NSFW: Language) If you believe Steve Jobs, the iPad 2 is a wondrous, amazing, revolutionary thing. Or if you watch this Apple parody, your illusions might just be ever-so-slightly iShattered.
The SZ-30MR may look like a typical mid-range camera, but it has a unique feature – it can capture full 16-megapixel stills while you’re shooting 1080p HD video through its 24x optical zoom lens.
It looked like Anarchy Reigns was just another brawler, but it’s got a new twist. Action Triggered Events (ATEs) disrupt your fights with tidal waves, blades of death and other catastrophic calamities.
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