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According to the Urban Dictionary, “sweded” is defined as “the summarized recreation of popular pop-culture films using limited budgets and a camcorder.” It originated from Michel Gondry’s Be Kind Rewind and has had a life of its own in pop culture and on the Internet, where it has been turned into a meme.
Google is hell-bent on revolutionizing how people live and do things with Google Glass. It’s a hot commodity now, even though it’s still in its beta testing stages.
I’m sure comedian Conan O’Brien agrees, although he has a pretty strange way of showing it.
Contrary to popular belief, Hillywood is not a group composed of hillbillies who have nothing better than to do than make parodies of Hollywood’s most popular films. They’re actually a group of fine, upstanding folks who have nothing better to do than make awesome parodies of Hollywood’s most popular films.
So it’s official: Prince William and Kate are having a baby. To some, it’s great news. To the curious, it’s information worth knowing. To the vast population, it’s merely news that doesn’t have anything to do with them.
It’s no secret that Facebook’s not doing so hot ever since they went public. The social network recently hit 1 billion users and to keep their numbers up (and perhaps to try making Facebook more relevant?), they recently released their first ever ad.
Drew Dernavich noticed that some of the tools and techniques in Adobe Photoshop are borderline violent – warp, flatten, slice – so he wasn’t that surprised with what he saw when he got his hands on an advance copy of Photoshop 6.
Ideally, unboxing videos are great ways of sharing the excitement of inspecting a new gadget, tool or toy, but some people tend to focus on the act of unboxing and on the little details instead of the object itself.
Despite its huge roster, damage that racks up to millions and the inclusion of Deadpool, Marvel vs. Capcom 3 still has standards. There are levels of absurdity that they would never descend, like including joke characters.
I only played one Pokémon game, and I didn’t even finish it, so I don’t know if somewhere in its lore there’s a justification as to why the trainers don’t go to school. But if they did, this is probably how their weeknights would be spent:
Apple’s hyperbolic marketing strategy works most of the time, but I’m sure even Apple fanatics will admit that the Beatles’ iTunes release pre-announcement was too much. Remember that claim? “Today is just another day. That you’ll never forget.” And we didn’t, because it’s the day Apple made it clear that it’s okay to make a big deal out of everything.
Everyone’s favorite block-stacking puzzler makes its big-screen debut in Tetris: le Film.
Yeah, the only French I know is “Je voudrais une omelette au fromage“ but retro games are the universal language, no? non?
Video games have really come a long way, especially when it comes to marketing. For those too young to remember, CollegeHumor made a totally radical fake commercial for Grand Theft Auto on the NES.
As ridiculous as the fake GTA was, the commercial freaked me out.
It must be insanely hard to be a Pokémon fan. For someone who’s been trained to “catch ’em all”, it’s bad enough that there are a hundred and one Pokémon games out there, there’s also the awesome merchandise to collect.
Stop motion master Patrick Boivin – creator of Ninjas Unboxing and Iron Man vs. Bruce Lee – made a short film starring his baby daughter. It’s about a rich and brilliant baby, who invents an armored suit to fight the bad bunnies.