copycats: Feeling Good by Muse originally by Nina...
I love when bands have music vidz where they rock out with a projector blastin on them…. I also love Madonna. copycats: Borderline by The Flaming Lips originally by Madonna (posted by mi alegria)
Cut Copy yeahhhhhhh copycats: Move remixed by Cut...
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Of course! jiggleitdani: totallyinfatuated moltenmich
I needed to read this tonight.
And I wanna hug the lady who wrote this: skysignal: That happens sometimes. People meet you when you’re at the very bottom of your life and some assume you’re still there. Or that you spent thirty-three years of your life crying in the fetal position before beginning to write about it and you are only just now taking the fledgling steps toward being an adult. Well, there is some truth in that...
We Own the Sky Remix by Maps Orginally by M83...
I’m reblogging too many videos… but this is really cool. I love M83. I actually never heard the original version of this song until now. I’ve always listened to the Maps remix… which I’ll be posting asap. indierawk: M83 - We Own The Sky. At first, it appeared like a bunch of LookBook kids decided to have a picnic and fly some kites. Then, out of nowhere, those...
Kids (MGMT remix) by Pet Shop Boys It’s...
ALA: In Defense of Eye Candy →
gravitywins: A must-read with some great points. I completely agree.
Another Tangible Interaction creation. Giant light balls that change color when punched or squeezed. They call them Zygotes. And they are awesome. This video is utterly ridiculous.
Tangible Interaction An amazing Design group. They create lighting installations that interact with people in various ways. This video shows one device they call “Light Beat”. You put your finger on a sensor connected to a heart rate monitor and the ‘Light Beat’ pulses with your heart beat.
Calvin: Isn't it strange that evolution would give us a sense of humor? When you think about it, it's weird that we have a physiological response to absurdity. We laugh at nonsense. We like it. We think it's funny. Don't you think it's odd that we appreciate absurdity? Why would we develop that way? How does it benefit us?
Hobbes: I suppose if we couldn't laugh at the things that don't make sense, we couldn't react to a lot of life.