have you ever thought…

March 18, 2010

When you buy a new iPhone it comes with a very nice photo of earth as background. We’re used to see lots of images like that nowadays but if you stop for a while and think about it… Is it real? I mean, where camera should be placed to get the whole thing inside the lens?

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harmonious html5

March 10, 2010

click to launch it

Harmony is an outstanding HTML5 canvas work by Ricardo Cabello. It clearly demonstrates that Flash is no more so mandatory for web animations. Go and try it yourself, it’s really mesmerizing!

[font: mr. doob’s blog]

the “me neither” joke

February 24, 2010

click to read full joke

[font: comixed]

pirates vs paying customers in home video

February 22, 2010

click to see the full scheme

[font: imgur]

demotivational: lines

February 10, 2010

[font: very demotivational]

hard to reach a worse fail level!

February 10, 2010

Ok, this is a bit “over the lines”.

Sister tells parents about brother’s hidden alcohol bottles in the room and he gets a bitter revenge.

Click here for the pic but be warned: explicit sex sentences (no pics, tho).

[font: epic fail]


December 3, 2009

Crazy japanese commercials never fail to amaze me. These one are drilling my head just now. ;]

HTML5 canvas particle system

December 3, 2009

click to start the show

Very good example of HTML5 possibilities with javaScript/HTML5 canvas.

Also works, albeit slowly, on iPhone (not that on my netbook is any faster).

[from: o! mr speaker!]

blue Ballmer of fail

December 3, 2009

click to enlarge

A portrait of Steve Ballmer done with a mosaic of 80 random Windows crash shots. :]

[from: the secret diary of steve jobs]

warning dog owners!

December 3, 2009

If you are an owner of a dog that belongs to a “dangerous breed” category and you also have a child or a visiting small child please take this as a warning.

Don’t leave your dog with a small child unattended under any circumstances!!!

Only one little moment was enough for the following to happen…

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