Youtube's Creative Corner Blog →
Devoted to videographers and all the cool stuff you make on YouTube. Further Reading: Beating Creative Block, OK Go Behind the Scenes, Fun Fonts
Stats on Soft Drinks →
Welcome to Moon Zoo beta →
Via the site ‘Welcome to the Moon Zoo beta - with your help, we hope to study the lunar surface in unprecedented detail. For now, read the tutorial and have a play with the crater counting interface, and then let us know what you think via the forum.’
Pi Day →
The Uma Thurman film so bad it made £88 on opening weekend Motherhood’s disastrous performance at the box office provokes bitter confrontation between producer and UK distributor
What is Auditorium? →
Auditorium is about the process of discovery and play. There are no right or wrong answers; there are many ways to solve every puzzle. To get started, turn up your sound and fill up the first audio container! We hope you enjoy playing in our Auditorium!
Chore Wars →
Finally, you can claim experience points for housework. What would I use it for? Primarily, it’s a system to let you measure how much housework people are doing - someone who only seems to wash the dishes might actually be putting in a good couple of hours a week, when it’s all added up, and the housemate who appears never to do anything might be at their busiest when everybody...
Alien versus Pooh! →
A webcomic at http://godxiliary.com/ via Warren Ellis ‘ALIEN VERSUS POOH is a webcomic by one “Giant Hamburger.” It starts off gentle. Becomes funny. Gets really fucking warped. It is Recommended.’
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Nestlé's problem is customer relations →
By New Media Age Nestlé might be in the middle of a PR crisis thanks to Greenpeace, but some of its biggest issues this week have come from its response through social media.
THE BIG BIKINIOWSKI →
via Kontraband ‘This combines two great things to make something simply awesome. What could be better than hot chicks in bikinis reciting lines from The Big Lebowski?’
Why Being 'Attractive' Isn't Worth It →
Vampirella Bought By Dynamite. →
Via Rich Johnston @ Bleeding Cool Costumes Unlikely To Get Less Skimpy.
Honest Movie Titles: Oscars 2010 →
by Tom Philip @ College humor
How The Comic Industry Went To War With Itself –... →
By Rich Johnston @ Bleedingcool Superman by Frank Miller. Steve Bissette has gathered a wonderful folder of posts looking at one of the great-but-in-danger-of-being-forgotten battle of the comics industry. Ratings. In the late eighties, the comic book industry, and specifically DC Comics was moving towards a universal rating system for comic books distributed to comic stores, designed to...
Support Independent Programming →
http://www.twitter.com/povdocs/ POV (a cinema term for “point of view”) is television’s longest-running showcase for independent non-fiction films. POV premieres 14-16 of the best, boldest and most innovative programs every year on PBS. Since 1988, POV has presented over 275 films to public television audiences across the country. POV films are known for their intimacy, their...
4 Ways to Effectively Use Social Media as a... →
Chris Allison is a social media strategist at NeboWeb, where he helps clients make the most of the social web. You can follow him on Twitter as the voice behind @Neboweb. As social media marketing becomes more widely practiced, the questions of the day are less frequently focused on the benefits of social media and more often focused on its implementation. Justifying social media to superiors...
Sneak Peek: Matt Leblanc playing himself in... →
via @tvsquad So where has Matt Leblanc been since Joey left the air? I’m not sure, but he has a new show coming up on Showtime that has an interesting premise and could become one of those clever, quirky cable comedies that everyone tells you to watch. In it he plays Matt Leblanc, who has to audition to play, well, Matt Leblanc in a new series for Showtime.
recreate Star Wars: A New Hope →