"Sesame Street" is made for kids, but darn it, it's a pretty good show no matter how old you are. The program, which has been on the air for decades, isn't just educational — it's also very funny.
Want an example? A buzzy clip of Grover lampooning the hugely popular Old Spice commercials is stirring up the Search box. In just a few days, the video, which aims to teach kids about the word "on," has racked up close to a million views on YouTube. Search queries on "grover old spice" have jumped over 1,000%. Check it out for yourself below and learn to "smell like a monster..."
So the days where arial drones rove the city catching criminals (and others) doing bad things are getting closer. Watch this awesome video of what is possible now with these smart floating electric bees. Don't say you were not warned. - cb
How cool is this. Reminds me of Japanese tech anime like Ghost in the Shell. - cb
Watch this awsome video by Patrick Jean. The best bit is seeing the New York landscape being used as a Tetris board and Donkey Kong hanging out on the Empire State Building. Watch and be inspired.
Alex Kobbs has spent six years shooting Lego frame-by-frame to create this 25-minute short based on Halo's Zanzibar map. Called The Battle of the Brick, the movie features Red and Blue battling it out (but of course!), and is an extension of Kobbs' shorter Lego Halo efforts. It's expected to hit the Web early 2010, and you can keep up with the latest over at: [Kooberz Studio Blog via Kotaku]