Plug-in Posters

Don't be so surprised if you see poster with a hole that looks like an audio mini jack as you commute to work. It's a new advertising campaign gimmick from Pepsi. By plugging in your head/earphone, any passers-by can listen to short song snippets from the publicly-situated "multimedia displays." And of course it makes sense since everyone now a day carry some kind of audio player with them, the only question is whether they would want to look stupid by plugging things into a sign while everyone around stares at you, wondering what the hell are you hearing--or more likely: what the hell are you doing.

via: Engadget


Flash Animator vs. Animation

It's a struggle between a stick figure and his creator. Flash animators should feel right at home and recognize the dueling arena. It's a fight using items on the Flash toolbar! :)

Very creative use of a simple concept... using what every Flash animators see right in front of them everyday.

via: digg.com (see other stories I "dugg")


Worlds Fastest Growing City

Click here to see the slideshow.

"In many areas, it is not easy to see Dubai's sky without at least one crane in your view.

Industry experts cautiously estimate that 15 to 25 percent of the world's cranes are in Dubai. Some US$ 90 BILLION are on-going in Dubai alone."

via: digg.com (see other stories I "dugg")

Motorola Dominates List of Highest-Radiation US Phones

It turns out Motorola managed to score the top eight spots in a list by CNET of phones with the highest radiation levels--as tested by the FCC. The list is headed by the SLVR L6 at a whopping SAR level of 1.58W/kg (1.6W/kg is the max allowed).

via: Engadget


Beatbox Video

(2 min 6 sec, 7.16 MB)
Check out this one man jam. It's a slow start vid, but gets pretty interesting as you watch into it ;)

via: The Daily Nut

Internet Has Emotions

WeFeelFine.org searches emotion words in blogs then it records and shows them as clickable small particles. It's pretty fun to play around with the filters since you can see into specific world region, certain emotions, gender, or age. A look into the internet's current emotions.

via: digg.com (see other stories I "dugg")

Rejected iPod Engravings

Some funny things to try to put on the back of your iPod :)

"As you may know, you can order an iPod from the Apple Store with a custom, laser-engraved message. However, not everything gets engraved. Apple has been rejecting some messages for editorial reasons..."

also: Rejected "Dirty" iMix

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