Distractomatic

Mar
31


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More Bunnyocalypse Episodes

6:58 am | writes:

A couple new Bunnyocalypse episodes have been posted!
(Bunny vs. Paper Shredder & Bunny vs. Helium Balloon)

Mar
31


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Bottlecap Gallery

6:56 am | writes:

Bottle Caps 

A beautiful & simple gallery of bottlecaps.

Mar
21


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Methodizaz

7:27 am | writes:

I rather dislike actual paparazzi, but am intrigued by methodizaz: a personal paparazzo that you commission to take candid photos of you when you’re not expecting it.

Mar
19


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Bunnyocalypse 2008

6:53 pm | writes:

Bunnyocalpyse 2008 

The 2008 Edition of the Bunnyocalypse has been launched with an episode from our good friend Jim.
Also: an updated version of our free Bunnyocalypse Paper Practice Target has been posted in the Hanttula Store

Mar
17


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Happy St. Patrick’s Day

4:38 pm | writes:

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Mar
13


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Moustache Me

11:38 am | writes:

 

Following the formula of "Advert + Moustache = Awesome," I’ve performed some further research to demonstrate that ANYTHING goes better with "a good moustaching."

Visit Moustache Me and get your own moustache stickers – to place on advertisements, your friends… anything. 

Mar
13


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Readymech Cameras

10:02 am | writes:

 

Still buying film cameras like a chump? Why not pay a visit to Corbis’ Readymech Camera site where you can download, print & fold your own pinhole camera?

Mar
09


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& Teller

8:01 am | writes:

D.Ball wants you to watch:
"& Teller" – the online short film depicting the last (living) entertainer in Las Vegas… after a zombie infiltration, of course.

Mar
09


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Evite Replacement

7:56 am | writes:

Meet Pingg: a stylish & very streamlined system for sending online (email, SMS, webpage, etc.) invitations without the hassle & ugliness of Evite.

Mar
06


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Save Polaroid

8:25 am | writes:

This week in uphill battles: SavePolaroid.com attempts to save the instant film from extinction.