Sloshspot Blog’s list of 10 Drunk Photos You Don’t Want To Be In is right on the money… 🙂
McSweeney’s Internet Tendency latest list Lit 101 Class in Three Lines or Less makes classic literature fun. ;-p
FeedFlix.com claims to “Make The Most Of Your Netflix Subscription,” and by all accounts it does a decent job. As Lifehacker summarizes:
See how many people are renting what you’re renting, track the actual cost of your rentals, and satisfy your data-nerd tendencies with FeedFlix, a free Netflix-tracking service that puts Google chart-generating API to good geeky use.
Weezer’s recent single Pork And Beans is a fun song, and the music video (YouTube video) is awesome. It’s chock full of Interweb personalities, including “Numa Numa, evolution of dance, K-Fed, the dramatic chipmunk, Will It Blend, Lauren Caitlin Upton, the Mentos and Diet Coke guys, afro ninja, Tay Zonday, and Chris Crocker;” Buzzfeed has conveniently linked to all of the original videos. Also check out the Wired magazine interview with Matt Cullen, the director of the video.
Slate Magazine author Christopher Beam’s article Rumors Barack Obama’s campaign shouldn’t try to correct offers some tongue-in-cheek advice on how to defuse rumors.
io9 presents When Humans Punch Aliens: The Video Remix:
Sure, we come in peace and all that. But sometimes, when we encounter alien life forms, the only way we can communicate is by using our built-in universal translators: the ones with five knuckles and a thumb. Here’s our compilation of the greatest scenes from movies and TV where a human socks an alien. (To the tune of Mama Said Knock You Out by LL Cool J.)
How did you do in the quiz game How many sequels were there to the film?
I believe that Waxy.org coined the term Supercuts, a “genre of video meme, where some obsessive-compulsive superfan collects every phrase/action/cliche from an episode (or entire series) of their favorite show/film/game into a single massive video montage.” The post has collected many video links for your obsessive viewing pleasure… 😉
Download Squad reports that OVGuide:
indexes online video sites ranging from Hulu and YouTube to TV-Links, Sidereel and SurfTheChannel. The layout is a bit busy, to say the least. But if a video’s online, odds are you’ll find it. You can browse a category list, navigate a tag cloud, or use the search bar which looks for videos on dozens of sites. If you know a site that isn’t indexed, you can suggest a link for inclusion.