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Don’t ask why I was looking at MomFinds.com, but it paid off with these amazing Lego Sidewalk-Chalk Pics!
Street Art of the Day: When the ad company behind Mad Men’s latest marketing campaign put up their ultra-minimalist posters in New York City subway stations they surely must have known they were practically inviting mischief.
Perhaps this is some sort of Mad Men-esque experiment in brand engagement?
Either way, taggers have been having a field day with the ad’s abundant white space, decorating it with everything from butts to sharks to Calvin.
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This book can only be read through a web-cam… Interesting. I’m now envisioning Augmented reality comic books where you have x-ray vision if viewed through an Iphone.
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Donate spare Metrocard money to charity! Great Idea! Thanks to IAmRin for the tip off!
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Itchy and Scratchy, literally blown to bits. More perspective sculptures at Toxel.
It’s like Hobbit-town, but urbanized.
Things we’re loving today: Volcano Hotel
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Halloween freaks me out. Not because I’m scared of the gross masks (ok, maybe a little), but mostly I’m scared of people who elect to wear the gross masks. I’d rather use Halloween as a time to show off how clever you are. And so I say to this chick: you go girl. I love the stuff I find at Toxel.com.
Matrix Tape video! About halfway through I was really impressed. Came to be via VSL.
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Have related content automatically delivered to you! Just stumbled across Zemanta.com which brings you pictures, video and news stories related to what you type so that you can include the extras in your blog post. I’m sure a term-paper edition of this could kill…
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What and sensational video. Creativity thrives in the tech world. :)
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This caught my eye!: “A young filmmaker needs an idea for a movie to launch his career. But he’s coming up dry. Then, while browsing Amazon.com, he sees a “Plot Device” for sale. What is it? He doesn’t know but buys it anyway.
A mysterious device, labelled “Plot Device”, arrives in the mail a few days later. There is a single button on it. He pushes it. Watch this funny short film by Seth Worley to find out what happens.”
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