Semi-regular dispatches on click-worthy entertainments, art, interesting facts & more!
Telescopic Text presents I Made Tea.
Kate wants to make sure that we've all seen Cake Wrecks - When professional cakes go horribly, hilariously wrong.
This 1920's version of a "GPS" system is included in a list of early 20th Century gadgets that never took off.
You might find yourself asking: "Whyfore, Mike Hanttula, have there been so few updates to the fabulous Infobox 10000? What, pray tell, have the Hanttula Authors been up to?"I can only answer with this: "Magnificent things. Things of which you shall...
twenty120 presents 20 films that are 120 seconds long.
You could spend anywhere between seconds & lifetimes watching Neave Television: where you'll enjoy random & intriguing video snippets (and can change channels at any time).
Behold The Magic Roundabout a marvel of traffic confusion & public works shortsightedness. 5 small roundabouts surrounding one, large, central roundabout. Amazing!
If you have yet to enjoy TikiBar TV you should simply know that you're not enjoying your life to the fullest extent possible. But, in case you need some help understanding the video entertainments that await you, there is now a concise trailer for the show....
What a zombie outbreak might read like on (the social micro-blogging service) Twitter.
Fans of Stanley Kubrick will appreciate this video promo that Channel 4 (Britain) has created for their "Kubrick Season." In it, the sets, cast & crew of 'The Shining' have been recreated & shown in one, long tracking shot. Fantastic.
The Columbus Society of Communicating Arts hosts their own Pinewood Derby with cars made by creatives. Excellent work.
TeeFury presents a new, limited-edition t-shirt every 24 hours.$9 (+shipping) gets you the shirt, but you only have 24 hours to act for each shirt.
You need more adventure in your life...How to Travel by Cargo Ship
A Short History of the "We're #1" Foam Finger
A list of 51 Places You Can't See on Google Maps
Yayayay! The Museum of Food Anomalies has passed 200 anomalies today! We invite you to enjoy the updates NOW!