BubbleGuru: Embedded Video Messages

Posted on March 30, 2007 Under Gadgetry

I just got wind of this nifty new app called BubbleGuru through my brother-- it allows you to record video footage from your webcam and then place it onto any website, in an email, etc. The idea behind it is…

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MuteMath: Typical

Posted on March 29, 2007 Under Music

While there's no doubt that Mute Math was built for a major record label (in this case it's major "Indie" label Teleprompt/ Warner Bros.), I'm still excited to hear them play live when they come to Boulder's own Fox Theater…

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The Onion News Network

Posted on March 27, 2007 Under Life

I'm not going to lie-- the paper version of "America's Finest News Source," The Onion, got me (and many of my friends) through college. The university made the mistake of stocking the lobbies of all the lecture halls with the…

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Eric Volz Denied Due Process in Nicaragua

Posted on March 22, 2007 Under Life

The story of Eric Volz is scary, heart wrenching, and unfortunately, very real-- it has gained national attention with a front page story in the Wall Street Journal last week, and the viral exposure it's sure to get with this…

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Update: The Buried Life

Posted on March 19, 2007 Under Life

A few weeks ago I wrote about The Buried Life, an in the works, feel-good documentary that focuses on the importance of getting the most out of our short years on earth. The four boys behind The Buried Life (and…

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Jonathan Harris Universe Video

Posted on March 18, 2007 Under Design

Last week I wrote about Jonathan Harris' amazing new project entitled Universe-- I saw him give a passionate and amazing talk at TED earlier this month. The guys at Cool Hunting have a nice video (available above in HD) where…

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The Episodic Nature of Thought

Posted on March 13, 2007 Under Design

The Episodic Nature of Thought is described as a multimedia exploration of the nature of human thought and memory. Max Kaplan, the creator, actually built the site, videos and entire project in a graphic design portfolio class at the School…

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Jose Parla In Action

Posted on March 5, 2007 Under Art

Our pals over at Cool Hunting have a great video about Jose Parla-- they explore the artwork and thought process of what appears to be a pure genius. Coincidentally they were at the opening of Cityscape in Miami with us--…

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Sneaux Ad: Human Skateboard

Posted on February 19, 2007 Under Art

Sneaux makes skate shoes, and specializes in antics-- their spokesman, after all, is Steve O from the Jackass Films. Their new ad is a stop-motion masterpiece called the "Human Skateboard." It was directed by PES, and although it's short, it's…

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The Agrifolk Art Movement: Let the Trees Draw!

Posted on February 19, 2007 Under Art

We've seen Jonathon Keats' profound conceptual art projects before, and were blown away by their social relevance. The key breakthrough that led to Keats' interest in the Agrifolk Art Movement was made at the MacNamara Foundation on Westport Island in…

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