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I’m fond of the time lapse format. It has a level of detail and fineness that doesn’t come across in the most sharp of high definition videos. In the past, I’ve posted a New York City-specific time lapse by Mindrelic and one by by James Ogle.
Today, I’m posting one by Canadian Dominic Boudreault which features Montreal, Quebec City, Toronto, Chicago and, of course, New York. Brilliant choice of score and some fantastic shots. Really spectacular stuff.
Mother’s Day is an occasion on which we celebrate the beauty of our mothers. So here’s a time lapse featuring the beauty of our collective mother earth. The artist is Terje Sorgjerd os TSO Photography.
A while back, I linked a video from stop-animation graffiti artist BLU. Well, for as amazing as BLU’s “Muto” was, he’s really outdone himself with Big Bang Big Bomb. The man is single handedly challenging my predisposition to not take graffiti seriously as an art form (in the public sphere, at least). Of course, it’s quite clear that BLU is not a “street artist”, if you will. His projects are so grand that he clearly has permits to undertake the endeavors. To you, BLU, I say bravo!
I’ve not really had time for the site of late, which is unfortunate. I’ve got a handful of half finished posts which I hope to get back to eventually. Among them is my LOST finale recap, which I hope to finish maybe next weekend. In the meantime, check this completely awesome fan tribute.
It would be a little more understandable for someone who grew up without a public education system and the interwebs to be as ignorant as the ICP is.
Sometimes music videos can, in fact, be too good. A few weeks ago, the Insane Clown Posse, a ridiculous duo from inner city Detroit trailer parks who dress up like clowns while screaming their horrorcore raps [ed. note: I may have to close down this site after realizing I just typed those words], released a touching, pondering video that grasps at one’s heart as you try to fathom just how bad our education system is.
The duo strayed from their normal talks about violence to pen a fitting song about just how little they know about the world. They even have a line warning scientists and their empirical explanations to stay away because the ICP thinks scientists lie (the ICP also are apparently against climate change scientists). They actually name a variety of natural phenomena a no things that could even remotely be classified as “miracles.” It’s almost as ironic as Alanis Morrisette writing a song called “Isn’t it ironic” about a series of coincidences.
The song has taken on minor viral status with features throughout the interwebs, on Attack of the Show and now on Saturday Night Live. After the jump, I’ve linked the video for those who have been uninitiated. Also linked are the hilarious Saturday Night Live sketch and a series of my favorite animated GIFs from the interwebs.
Warning, the video includes some bad language (mostly F-bombs) and the page load time will be pretty hearty as the animated gifs are in excess of 10 MB. Enjoy! Read more…
Anyone who says the eye has been intelligently designed need only be reminded of two things: 1) it only registers as visible a small band of electromagnetic radiation and 2) it is incredibly subject to optical illusion and cognitive bias in recognition. In other words, we often see what we want to see or are easily manipulated to see what others want us to see.
Optical illusions are a total “Whoah, dude” moment because you can know exactly what you’re tricked into seeing (“It’s not a schooner… it’s a sailboat.”) and still be completely at the mercy of the photos. This is because the authors of images either intentionally or coincidentally play on the fact that the human brain (and the eye in particular) attempts to be efficient and in doing so takes shortcuts in processing data based on what you would expect to see.
Here are some of my favorites.
I still have a hard time believing this isn't a spiral. You will too.
The almighty Steampunk Emperor, LSU linebacker Barkevious Mingo defeated Michigan student Iris Macadangdang for the 2009 NOTY crown. Who will succeed our faithful overlord?
It’s that time of year again? Earlier today, the good folks at Name of the Year put up the new ballot for this year’s true March Madness: the nameoftheyear.blogspot.com bracket challenge.
Over the course of the next several weeks, all 64 contestants will be whittled down to a Final Four and then a national champion worthy to carry on the title. For those that don’t know, all names must be real and verifiable as not invented. Only two of this year’s entrants were familiar to me, thanks to my affection for NCAA athletics: Myron Rolle (former FSU cornerback, current Rhodes Scholar, future NFL player and my current athletics hero — Sonny Gray and Steve Tchiengang have to accept a tie for second place) and Just-in-Love Smith (from Siennnnnnnnnna basketball).
Some of this year’s entrants are real winners and the seeding seems to have a few interesting matchups, though the Sithole Region seems particularly weak. I’ve got my eyes on a few real favorites (like Bulltron 1 seed Nohjay Nimpson and Sithole 1 seed God’s Power Offor) and some possible dark horses (such as DragonWagon 10 seed Can Du and Chrotchtangle 4 seed Spartacus Bernstein). And, for the first time ever, I’m calling a 16 seed upset by Shy Ely of Dragonwagon 1 seed Spontaneous Gordon. Bank it.