Kirby sez, "Rob Cockerham built himself a working, wearable Disneyland costume for Halloween this year. Yes. Working!"
And his own mouth forms both the gates of the castle and the mouth of Monstro the Whale in the Storybookland Boats. Rob, you win the Internet today, even if your Splash Mountain makes you lopsided.
Sleeping Beauty's castle is on my head. I've got Walt Disney and Mickey right in front of my mouth, and a great look down Main Street USA. Behind my head are the teacups, King Arthur's Carousel, Dumbo, the Storybook Boats, Small World and Toon Town.
To my right lay the Innoventions building, Autopia, the Submarines, the Astro Orbiter and the Matterhorn.
It's going to drive me crazy to have my face so close to main street. Whatever they are cooking in Jolly Holiday smells fantastic!
The roller coaster animations in the Matterhorn, Splash Mountain and Thunder Mountain work well and aren't horribly loud. They are a bit subtle though, given the sheer size and volume of attractions featured on this costume.
Campaigners from Liberty, a civil liberties group, took to the streets of London (and the lobby of the Home Office!) and grabbed peoples’ phones, browsing them while explaining that they just wanted to build a detailed dossier of their lives by looking at their communications, browsing history and location data — mirroring the way that […]
This is a genius piece of media criticism: mapping the BBC’s own slavishly patriotic broadcast of the British royals’ 2015 “celebrations” onto its breathless voice-over for a North Korean patriotic demonstration in celebration of a Kim birthday. (via Kottke)
The latest Pseudorandom installment features Limor “Lady Ada” Fried and Collin Cunningham extolling the virtues of mechanical keyboards for 40 fascinating minutes: The climax of this is the video at the top of this post in which a musical number is backed with an all-mechanical-keyboard rhythm section.
Isn’t it about time to stretch what your Mac can do? I mean, you’ve got plenty of great programs now…but don’t you think you could use some new tools to get your creative, analytical and organizational juices really flowing? It’s spring, so we cleaned up a whole bunch of super-cool apps lying around and packaged […]
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