“Kim Beom screams at yellow paint. and that’s it.”
A good friend of mine, Chris Upton, had no choice but to document the best sandwich ever while on the set filming an upcoming Kwanza Jones music video.
“Drinking the Kool-Ade” narrowly beat out “Leverage” this time around. Unfortunately I had my money on “Bleeding Edge” that was upset by the underdog “Open the Kimono” in the second round.
This is proof that dramatic music can make anything interesting. Skip ahead to 1:43 for the most intense moment in the slinky’s journey.
To celebrate YouTube’s milestone of having one hour of video uploaded ever second they launch One Hour Per Second filled with hilarious collection of facts, animations and sound effects to help break it down into terms we all can understand.
In 7 minutes of uploads to YouTube, the Nyan cat persists in saying “Nyan” over 6,048,000 times.
Thanks for the link Jess
Ever since I started working in startup land, I’ve felt the need to ingratiate myself in the ever-buzzing world of *tech*. This means staying up on other companies, the blogs, and the general Silicon Valley scene. This can be very repetitive. People get funded, apps get released, and companies buy things. Sometimes a conference happens. Having spent the better part of the last few years neck-deep in this hullabaloo, I figured it was time to parody it.
A parody from the creators of Nosh and the most amazing 404 page on the internet. Read more on the ISO50 blog about the creation of the video and the 15x increase in signup for Nosh as a result of the parody social network.
Perfect blend of color, composition, pop culture and humor. Check out more of Andrew B. Meyers stellar photography.
Via Jess Brown
I’m busy solving all the internet’s problems. You can thank me with a reblog.
I can’t decide which one I like more, the app or the promo video.
Take a picture of yourself. Every day. Set reminders. Get into the habit. The more pictures you have, the better your Everyday app will be.