Pretty cool stuff over there at clickdensity. Just goes to show that despite all of our best efforts as Designers/Developers, people will continue to click wherever they darn well want to.
As I’ve stated previously, Rush is the great rock band of all time. No other band comes close to the inventiveness, progression and musicianship. Sure, they don’t have any “hits” like Brown Sugar, but true music strikes at a much deeper chord.
So when I got this link from my brother Andrew, I thought, no way does this guy does Neil Peart justice. Simply said, I was wrong. “A Digital Man” is an animated video by Bobby Standridge and now my favorite animated music video of all-time.
How cool is this?!?
I didn’t know this kind of detail was even possible on a Etch-A-Sketch? George has mad skillz. Amazing.
As a Flash animator, I really appreciate the amount of time Alan Becker must have put in on this little movie. Plus, it’s a great concept. Don’t we many times battle God? Then again, I don’t think He’s out to blast us to smithereens. Check it out!
I’m sure many of you have already witnessed the greatness that is the Mentos/Diet Coke Fountain exhibit. For a little behind the scenes info, head over to c|net for their video interview with co-creator Stephen Voltz.
If I hadn’t seen it with my own eyes, I wouldn’t have believed it could produce that much force. Kinda scary thinking that we eat and drink these ingredients. What’s next? Sour Gummy Bears in Buffalo Wing Sauce?
Whoa, RealLifeTM is taking it’s toll on me. Sure, life in Cyrodiil is moving along swimmingly, but that’s another story.
What do you do if your work demands creativity and the well is empty? Inspiration.com isn’t going to give it to you. World of Inspiration is nicely done, but a different animal. Beliefnet has inspiration of another kind.
Media Inspiration is closer to the mark but where are the grand experiments? The true right brain theorists? I’d love to start a collection of links to sites that promote this kind of thinking. Who would like to start?
iPod fanatics feel free to chime in and tell me I’m wrong. I know you want to. C’mon… go for it. ;^)
At $300, I’m finally tempted to join to the portable digital music crowd because I won’t have to deal with iTunes. Here’s the video first look.
I’m not in the market for a new car, really I’m not. It’s just that it’s soOOoo fun to window shop. Or in this case, Internet shop.
Given my less-than-stellar, second-hand experience of a family member’s Saturn, I cannot consider myself a fan. Then they come out with this.
Now, I would never purchase something as expensive as a car solely on appearance. I’m not Dorian Gray. But the beauty here does cause one to pause. Now that I think about it, apparently I’ve been thinking about it since August of last year.
Each year Lego holds a competition to determine their park’s next master builder. This year’s winner was Jason Poland of Houston, TX. Now that the competition is over, Mr. Poland can now resume his cartoon watching and video game playing.