In the world of technological advances, there’s a fine line between convenience
and utter ridiculousness. What is supposed to make our lives easier,
more streamlined, often leaves us in a place infinitely more frustrating
than where we began. (Remember the good old days of typewriters and rotary
Tired of the old, humdrum advertising
campaigns? Philips’ Internet campaign for its new shaver, the Bodygroom, has
spread across the Web like wildfire. It’s a perfect example of viral campaigns
at their best
A hilarious new video that appeared on the Web recently is a creative, creepy,
and delightful duet version of a Barry White classic. It’s performed none
other than those loveable Lord of the Rings creatures, Gollum and Smeagol
A video of a Windows Vista speech-recognition demo that went awry was devoured critics of the new operating system when it was posted on the Web late last year. Footage shows the program badly garbling the demonstrator’s commands.
Apple has been running for months its now-famous “PC vs. Mac” ad campaign. The series of commercials (“I’m a PC"
— "I’m a Mac”) is designed to pitch the Mac as a hip, young machine with more contemporary capabilities, while the PC is portrayed as sluggish and antiquated
In a hilarious film short, a prisoner makes a surprising discovery —
one that may turn out to be life-changing.
You’ve seen the old Space Invaders arcade game — but have you seen it played
with live bodies?
Everyone talks about which search engine is the best, but no one ever does
anything about it. Until now.
Reuters reports that heavily armed Venezuelan security forces surrounded several Halloween-style
pumpkins that were found on the streets of the capital carrying protest messages
against President Hugo Chavez. The leering vegetables "could have harmed
someone," police commissioner Jesus Gonzalez told reporters.
Jennifer Shiman and her animated flop-ears have done it again. Her new capsule
motion picture shrinks the entire Highlander movie into just half a minute,
complete with sound track (not just an audiotape on fast forward, either).