We’re not exactly fans of her wooden acting either, but Optimus the Malamute seems to be completely freaked out by Ms. Roberts and her horse-like appearance. Or is it the music in the background?
A dog collar with a retractable 36″ leash built in, so you don’t have to do the let’s-put-the-leash-on-the-dog dance every time you take your pet for a walk. Also has 3M Scotchlite reflective accents.
A tumblr that posts nothing but scanned cross-sections of – you guessed it – candy bars. We’d like to volunteer to dispose of the samples. Like sandwiches more? The Internet’s got your back.
The world has lost a great innovator and a man who brought joy, insight, and knowledge to millions. This fitting video is for the man who taught us all to Think Differently. R.I.P., Steve Jobs.
Not content with getting beat up by anime characters, Yung Lee is back for more (pretend) pain. This time around he duked it out with Western and video game characters at the FanExpo 2011.
What happens when you carefully interlace 1,000 wooden popsicle sticks, then flick just one of them? If you know what you’re doing – something pretty spectacular, as is evidenced by this video clip.
Check out this supercool functional Gears of War Lancer MK2 built by the Plumbrothers; it can shoot rubberbands and has a motorized chainsaw. The action in the vid begins at 1:30. (Thanks David!)
Good artists copy, great artists steal. We learn that yet again in this examination of the Wachowski’s 1999 classic The Matrix, which clearly found plenty of inspiration in many earlier films.
From YouTuber NinjaZ3R0 comes a Grand Theft Auto machinima featuring two detectives who go by their own one of the detectives’ own rules, resulting in either bad-ass stunts or bad-ass injuries.
Two Ninjas battle to the death in this awesomely tight bit of stop-motion animation by Olivier Trudeau. It’s short, but sweet, and ends with style (and a splash of blood).
G-Power tunes the M3’s V8 with a supercharger, custom crankshaft and other mods, resulting in 720 horses and 516 pound-feet of torque. 0-to-62 speed is 3.7secs, and a top speed of 205mph.
The answers to how it began start in 1988, when young sisters Katie and Kristi befriend an invisible entity in their home, in Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman’s Paranormal Activity 3.
MonkeyLectric’s Mini Monkey Light M210 is a durable LED bike light that keeps you visible for evening rides; it straps to your spokes and displays full color 8-bit graphics on your spinning wheel.
Five minutes of fun: Rhett and Link play a goofy game of telephone with the YouTube captioning – not once, but twice – in their latest skit. We love how the computer interprets the word Ke$ha.
Wall graphic maker Blik has tied up with several video game companies to make wall decals of some of the most famous video game franchises, from Pong to Pac-Man. Most decals are reusable.
The Datel Turbo Fire Evo is a wireless Xbox 360 controller with a built-in 1.7″ LCD display to facilitate changing settings on the fly, such as rapid fire, button remapping and macros.
NPR’s Adam Cole and Robert Krulwich take us on a literary and historical tour as they sing a song about eponyms and whether or not it is a good or bad thing to become a noun. Go forth and Google.
Have trouble getting out of bed? Well you could just get a louder alarm clock, or maybe your own personal rooster, or you could do what this guy does, and risk spinal trauma every morning.
Has the same case and screen as the iPhone 4, but now with a dual-core A5 CPU, 8mp camera that can take 1080p/30fps video, improved battery life, and Siri, a voice-activated “intelligent assistant.”
(NSFW: Language) Julien Mokrani’s adaptation of Welcome to Hoxford, a comic book mini-series about a delusional murderer sent to a correctional institution that has a terrible secret.
We’ve seen how awesome a drawing made using a ballpoint pen can be. Artist Shane McAdams shows that it’s also possible to use the simple writing instrument to make stunning paintings.
(NSFW: Language) FPS Russia is back with a variety of unusual, yet potent weapons, including the world’s most powerful handgun, a tube-shaped rifle and something that involves a bowling ball.
BadLipReading creates vids with well dubbed nonsensical word substitutions, like this one here of the President talking about peanut butter, whipping pintos and tricking the bridesmaid. (Thanks Zeee!)
Be treated to exotic locales, mad stunts and more in Defy: The Danny Harf Project, a documentary about the career of 4-time X-Games gold medalist and world champion wakeboarder Danny Harf.
Artist Yutaka Sone carved this incredibly-detailed Manhattan map from a chunk of marble. It measures 104″ x 33″ x 22″, and weighs over 2.5 tons. At David Zwirner Gallery through 10/29.
A brilliant young boy searches for the lock that fits the key left by his father killed on 9/11. This one has Oscar written all over it – assuming the movie’s as good as the trailer.
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