SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO! Time Inc. put together a video of some of the cool new emoji’s coming to iPhones later this year! Check them all out!
When Peter “Stoney” Emshwiller was 18, he was clever enough to film half of an interview that he planned to have with his older self someday. Now, at 56, Peter sits down with his teen counterpoart, and answers some clever, tough, and insightful questions. This funny guy touches on some remarkable aspects of life, death, success, aging… even sex.
An ad for Robinsons ‘Be Natural’ juice portrays what the inside of birdhouses look like, and apparently its much nicer in there than we thought… here’s the cool part though… most of the inside is actually a scale model and well placed birdseed… not special effects!
Take this group to Broadway… I’m there! Aside from the incredibly catchy song, the choreography and cleverness of this in flight safety video from Virgin America is enough to make you WANT to learn about the safety features of the plane.
Greg Packer got a rush the first time he was quoted in a newspaper…so he started showing up at newsworthy events. Now he’s been quoted so many times the Associated Press has banned him.
Warning: This may slightly depress you. That is, unless you’re 24.
This video lets you see for yourself just how old your ears are…
Like every other 13 year old boy, Sam Horowitz celebrated his new manhood by performing a highly choreographed dance number with eight burlesque dancers.
That’s right – no water was harmed in this video, because none of the water IS real. It’s all computer imagery. No wonder a pretty innocuous video has gone viral.
What an amazing video! You know how when you flick your finger along a comb it makes a high pitched clicking noise? And you know how dolphins make a high pitched clicking noise? This guy at Sea World used a comb against the glass of the tank, and the dolphins came right over!
A new product called “Never Wet” delivers on what it promises. Just spray just about anything, and the product becomes completely waterproof. Watch how they pour syrup on sneakers, drop an iPhone in a bucket of water, and dribble water on a block – only to see the water drip right off!
How cool is it that Lady Gaga was a bridesmaid at a recent wedding in Mexico? Even cooler, she made sure not to standout too much. No doubt, she looked beautiful, but can’t you imagine some of her co-maids (or the bride for that matter) worrying she’d wear a corsage made of spikes or something?
There’s something about seeing this in color that really strikes you – A reminder that most of the bones of this great city have been around long before we were. It also makes you long for a Manhattan where there’s not a homogenized GAP and Starbucks around every corner.
Stella Stocker is a beautiful woman with a striking face. But in this fascinating, almost trippy visual journey, Director and designer Nacho Guzman rotates light in various colors around her face from different angles. Sometimes she literally looks like a totally different person! Watch this video and see!
In this amazing video, a young woman tells the story of how another woman reached out to her after seeing her on Youtube. She looked identical to her, and shared the same birthdate and birthplace. Watch as they see each other in a webchat for the first time – and begin their journey of discovery.
It’s always stiking when someone can recreate the sound of another person’s voice. When it comes to voice actor Paul Vlahos – he doesn’t stop at just one. Check out this video of him doing ALL the characters from Family Guy REALLY well.
Something about being hurled into the air sounds terrifying. But these young folks riding a human slingshot into the water don’t seem to mind!
Here’s how it works – a folded up canvas tent arrives infused with concrete mix, much like the way plaster casts begin as powdery gauze. Installers saturate the fabric and inflate the tent – and less than 24 hours later it is a solid structure that can keep people safe from the elements and other hazards. The invention will help communities afflicted by natural disasters with added emergency storage, and in some cases, shelter.
Must Watch! The headline doesn’t do it justice. Pairing a camera with a new computer program now allows doctors to see a baby’s heartbeat without touching it – via fluctuating colorations on its face! Watch this wild video to see how it works.