Clarke and Dawe of the 7:30 report present their take on a major oil spill.
Oh, as if I was foreshadowing with all my recent accident posts, Evel Knievel, the king of all stunts, passed away today.
I seem to be on an accidents kick. This one demonstrates a nice car flip, but frankly since I don’t speak German, I’m not too sure what it is all about — but visually it is cool.
Cameron — want to translate?
Anyone who knows me well, knows that I have the worst time sitting through horror films. Even though I know the films are fake, for some reason, I get all riled up and cannot stop from screaming during the scary parts. So when a friend passed this link to me, I had no idea how gory it was going to be – I mean, hey, it is a PSA from Canada about workplace safety, right? These series on YouTube are delightfully gross, and remind me of Evil Dead as well as this German safety video I posted up here earlier this year.
The somewhat disturbing “viewable from space” KFC logo, was not the first logo to be viewable from space, despite what the press is saying. In fact the very first logo viewable from space is in Australia.
But this time lapse video of the making of the large-enough-to-view-from-space KFC video is pretty interesting nonetheless.
Channel 53, one of my favorite video blog sites, posted the video “Moments of Love” by Art of Noise today, which made me think about how transformative Art of Noise was to me as a child. I remember watching this video and thinking how cool it was to be a punk girl who got to bang up musical instruments in an abandoned warehouse. I wanted to be just like her. Thankfully, my parents wouldn’t let me wear makeup, or I might be in a different place than I am today.
A pretty visualization of Moebius Transformations.
Members of the Cal marching band created a visual and musical medley of many video game anthems, from Tetris to Mario Brothers, as seen here from the stands:
Disorienting and neck-pain-inducing video by Adam Buxton and Garth Jennings for the Radiohead song Jigsaw falling into place. Produced in one take.
We’ve all lapsed in our driving attention and wandered onto the median only to be shocked by the loud buzzing noise caused by our tires hitting those strips of pavement in the median. Someone in Japan has taken this to the next level (surprised?) and turned driving into a musical experience.