You’ll be able to work out what is going to happen in this video from the first few seconds of the clip, but it’s still very much worth watching.
We’d been hearing rumours that Lewis Crathern, the ex-British Kitesurfing Champion who jumped Worthing pier last year jumped Brighton’s Palace Pier yesterday. Well, it turns out he did, and here’s the video to prove it. Good to see someone making good use of a thoroughly disgusting day.
An excellent parody a the program that takes itself far too seriously.
Has anyone here ever seen a dynamically placed advert that’s been of any use to them? The location based ones offer you discount hotels in the place you live and the product ones try to sell you things you’ve already bought. However the worst ones are the keyword ads that serve up banners based on the copy on the page. Needless to say they often go very very wrong.
To sort of celebrate the launch of Fifa 11 here’s a compilation of historic videogame goals.
I know I’m not supposed to mention the ‘F’ word here, but the likeness of Blanche from Coronation Street to Arsene Wenger did make me chuckle! Not that I’m bitter about the trashing Spurs got on Tuesday night from Arsenal, although Harry may not find this pic snapped after the game so amusing!
Terrifyingly accurate portrayal of the sort of missguided sense of reality that often ends up guiding people who commission work from the creative industries. Reminds me of Kill your friends by John Niven which is a must read for anyone who’s had the misfortune to have any dealings with a record company.
Having been stuck at home for the past three weeks with a very broken leg I do believe that working from home will eventually drive anyone crazy. And even though offices are generally godforsaken places I think I’d still prefer working in one rather than working from home.
Here’s a classic Monday morning remix for you. Grey Fluffy clouds, the Watford remix of the classic Orb track.
BBC weatherman gets caught giving fellow presenters the bird on camera
Filmed on a Canon 7d with some really tasty HD slow motion action. “Ritalin” by Dancing Pigeons.
Here’s something to help you love the internet a little bit more than you did before reading this post.
If you’ve not heard of culture jamming pranksters The Yes Men, fire up your favourite Torrent app and download their new film in which they pose as corporations, governmental organizations and NGOs they believe are hypocritical or enacting harmful policies. They’re very cool guys and they get totally freaked out by the scale of what they’re achieving!