Multimedia insanity [via barnski].
What to do with all those snaps from your new camera enabled mobile phone? None of your friends have upgraded their phone yet so you have no-one to send them to. Well fear no more - PhoneBin gives you the chance to share those moby-pics with the world at large (NB. Not safe for work/kids/people of a nervous disposition - evidently early adopters are total exhibitionists).
Reality gets one step closer to science fiction with the AirSho - "Hitachi's new AirSho imaging system projects dynamic pictures onto nearly invisible glass surfaces, such as a storefront window". I'm really holding on for Minority Report style 3D projection technology though [via gizmodo].
Catproof your computer with PawSense - I await a report from Daisy on whether this is dog compatible [via op-pop].
A neat follow on to the Little Goth Girl post from yesterday - a guide on how to dance gothic. Personally though I'm now of an age where I prefer a nice cup of tea and a sit down.
"Little Goth Girl and the Space Hopper" @ Matazone
Star Wars on space hoppers! The first of two space hopper links today...
The series of driver films by BMW is my favourite example of viral advertising. I've seen many arguments against advertising in this way but I personally don't see the harm if it means great entertainment like this gets around for all the see. There is some great independent work out there but production and hosting costs are very limiting factors which commercial money can help with. I especially don't see the harm when I know that it doesn't matter how influencial the work I just can't afford a BMW 5 series ;o) Anyway Who Killed the Idea? is the latest BMW film and it's a departure from the driver series - it's much more tongue in cheek and stars the awsome Harvey Keitel. One bizarre thing though - due to copyright reasons you aren't allowed to watch the film if you are in North America. How do they know and how do they enforce this?
A catalogue of less fortunate weblogs...cross fingers neither me nor my f r i e n d s will ever be listed (alas poor wastrel).
After enjoying Strong Bad going completely CGN* the other week - in this post - Heather over at leekovision got in touch to see if I knew where the word "leeko" came from. I was none the wiser as my favourite source of Strong Bad news - The Coolest Stuff Ever - seems to have disappeared without a trace. I'd like to think though that Strong Bad got the word from leeko themselves who are causing a certain amount of rocking out at lazylaces towers at the moment especially with the Bracelet Song (~9Mb) my favourite web video of the moment [*CGN : Crazy Go Nuts].
Could geek heaven be where Star Wars meets the Matrix? See sparring program to decide - although I rather think geek heaven has actually quietly appeared elsewhere this week.