Monthly Archives: December 2010

Google’s Ninjas Literally Destroy YouTube


Google Nexus S Gets Unboxed By Ninjas Googles Ninjas Literally Destroy YouTubeYou can enjoy the ninja-based fun at http://www.youtube.com/ninjaunboxing2, and don’t forget to have a good swing of the nunchucks left near the bottom of the screen after the animation is finished.

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FHM 2011 Calendar


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The First Radio Ad for Dogs


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Brad Pitt, Sean Penn and Jessica Chastain in ‘The Tree of Life’


The Tree of Life poster Brad Pitt, Sean Penn and Jessica Chastain in The Tree of LifeAlong with this nice teaser poster, the trailer for Terrence Malick’s long awaited film The Tree of Life is finally here, via Apple. While the trailer has been attached to copies of Black Swan in limited release, this is the first time an official high def version of the trailer has been made available online.

Watch the trailer after the jump!

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Pop-Cult Street Art


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TEDTalks: New Data on the Rise of Women



Hanna Rosin reviews startling new data that shows women actually surpassing men in several important measures, such as college graduation rates. Do these trends, both US-centric and global, signal the “end of men”? Probably not — but they point toward an important societal shift worth deep discussion.

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Big Foot


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This is What the World Looks Like, According to the Facebook Social Graph


facebook relationships visualized This is What the World Looks Like, According to the Facebook Social GraphFacebook Intern Paul Butler was interested in the locations of friendships, so he decided to create a visualization of Facebook connections around the globe. How local are our friends? Where are the highest concentration of friendships? How do political and geological boundaries affect them?

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