From the animators who brought us The Meatrix, Store Wars, and The Story of Stuff, comes a new chapter in The Story of Stuff saga: The Story of Bottled Water.
If you haven’t already watched the 20-minute long “Story of Stuff” you should. It’s pretty good, and the payoff in [...]
AFOL stands for Adult Fans of Lego according to Brickwiki. And now AFOLs have their own documentary—er, blocumentary…
If you ever played with Lego, then you will enjoy this.
Heck! If you even just know what Lego is then you will still appreciate this 30 minutes of nerdery.
As an added Lego-bonus, check out Gizmodo’s exclusive tour [...]
It’s not as if you asked, but here are my latest delicious links, from December 30th through February 2nd:
Send a FAX by E-mail –
Yes, thats right. SEND a FAX by EMAIL! No registration, no cost. Just follow the easy instructions on the page. I love this, it's like the blu-ray version [...]
It’s not as if you asked, but here are my latest delicious links, from December 7th through December 16th:
Dive Into HTML5 –
Great reference material on HTML5. If you're into that sort of thing.
WhoSampled – Discover and Discuss Music Samples and Cover Songs –
This is actually a really cool music-nerd website. Search songs, find [...]
It’s not as if you asked, but here are my latest delicious links, from October 16th through November 10th:
MockFlow: Online Wireframe Tool for Software and Websites –
Rapid prototyping, collaborative, website wire-framing.
Yes, websites creating websites is getting pretty "meta". Deal with it!
I Love Local Commercials – Sponsored by MicroBilt Corporation –
Nominate your favorite business to [...]
This makes incredibly nerdy blog post no. 2 for today. But i am a big fan of XKCD, and this little musical video does a nice job animating some of the themes of the strip.
The music is by Olga Nunes, the film is based on this particular strip.
It’s not as if you asked, but here are my latest delicious links, from July 18th through July 26th:
Hyperion Books -Free download of Free. Chris Anderson’s new book about the emergence of free content and how the world can (needs to) adapt to our new [...]
It’s not as if you asked, but here are my latest delicious links, from June 9th through June 11th:
Ecotrust Food & Farms – Farm to School –
Want to know what kinds of amazing food policies are being considered in the Oregon legislature? Ecotrust breaks it all down for you. Let's hear it for [...]
Who didn’t / doesn’t still think that machines work because of the tiny gnomes inside them?
I love the creativity and papercraft involved here.
[via Aza Raskin]