Following hot on the heels of the Masterchef skit that you all must have seen by now, we have:
EDF – Muslamic Rayguns
Jeremy Kyle – Sexual Contact (breakdown mix)
Mr Buxton reads out You Tube comments for an Apple Mac Music Video in his inimitable style.
Yep, you read that right, Rob Zombie has directed a TV spot to promote Woolite as part of an attempt to update their image! Unsurprisingly there’s a distinct lack of pretty young mums looking forlornly at their kids muddy football kits.
An examination of the career and documentary techniques used by Adam Curtis, cut in an Adam Curtis documentary style.
Apparently Leicester council haven’t got their act together on how to deal with a zombie invasion.
As part of element14?s Great Global Hackerspace Challenge BuildBrighton submitted this fabulous Phonicubes project. Phonicubes is a super nerdy way of teaching kids to read using the Phonics system. It uses an Arduino Duemilanove, a protoshield, a custom wave shield, and an ID-2 RFID module for a total cost of £81, well under the team’s US$900 budget. Well done guys
A guy on the NYC underground tries to create a spontaneous patriotic moment on the morning after the assassination of Osama Bin Laden.
Watch from behind the sofa.
In Slice HD you manipulate knives, stabbing instruments, and razors in order to hit the red button. Sometimes the objects move in ways you don’t expect, and in other levels moving one piece triggers something else. It looks nerve-wracking, and not one for those with a fear of blood or sharps!
The Valparaiso Cerro Abajo race in Chile is a downhill mountain bike race through a hillside village. It’s famous for being one of the most insane urban downhill races in the world, and this year even though the course didn’t go through anyones houses this headcam footage really shows off what an amazing ride it is.
No, not all that Black Friday consumerist nonsense – I’m talking about turning your house into a festive Slayer themed lightshow