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Mission 26 The Big Endeavour

At times, the whole scene resembles ants transporting their huge prize home. A new kind of reporting: no interviews, no set-up and timelapse says it all.

View from the ISS at Night

Timelapse from the International Space Station. Not the intent of the filmmakers but I’m reminded how delicate our little ball of earth is. Lovely montage of source material from NASA.

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Sampled Room

This video was designed to be viral.

A Mystery: Why Can’t We Walk Straight?

Fascinating little short from NPR. Animated by Benjamin Arthur.

Academy Award Winning Movie Trailer

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The Known Universe

After hovering over Mount Everest and the gorges that plunge to the Ganges, you are pulled through the Earth’s atmosphere to glimpse the inky black of space over Tibet’s high desert. So begins The Known Universe, a new film produced by the American Museum of Natural History that is part of a new exhibition, Visions of the Cosmos: From the Milky Ocean to an Evolving Universe, at the Rubin Museum of Art in New York City.

Watch it.

Google Chrome – Features

What a great way to show off a tech product!

Kahn’s Exeter Short Film

Kahn’s Exeter Short Film from Alex Roman on Vimeo.

Last Day Dream


Macworld cover creation

Amazing, how much work goes into it.

Watch it.

flight patterns

flight patterns from Charlie McCarthy.

Font Politics

Supreme geekiness watch. Both videos found here.

New Yorker cover painted on an iPhone

The companion article.

New Media Douchebags Explained

The Twitter’s and Facebook’s of this internet world help people share content. That isn’t a bad thing. We can’t expect people to only create and share their content. However, I can’t deny I haven’t had this exact feeling before.

Watch it – via Swissmiss.

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