Diet Racism

A soda for people who would never say anything untoward, but can't figure out why there isn't a White History Month. More

"Things You Didn't Know About Batman!" with Adam West

The only live Batman worth watching, that is, the 1960s TV series, is now out on Blu-ray and DVD, and CineFix interviewed star Adam West who "Reveals Things You Didn't Know About Batman!"

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Machinima Expo, a virtual film festival, takes place 11/23/2014

Machinima is real-time computer graphics filmmaking. The Machinima Expo, now in its 7th season, will take place on November 23, 2014, from 9am to 4pm PT on its Ustream channel.

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Slowwwwww Ooooooobleck

The always-entertaining and informative Slow Mo Guys dumped some oobleck (aka non-Newtonian fluid) inside a speaker cone and filmed the fantastic results at 1600 frames-per-second.

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Zombie-killing animal of the week: Ravens

Ravens are incredibly intelligent and are natural scavengers," says National Wildlife Federation naturalist David Mizejewski. "They’d easily rip off chunks of zombie flesh with their heavy beaks until there was nothing left to the undead but bones."

Animals eating the zombies is contingent upon the continued existence of animals.

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Mesmerizing rebuild of a mechanical Fourier calculator

Albert Michelson's harmonic analyzer -- a 19th century mechanical calculator that can do Fourier analysis with just gears, springs and levers -- was found at the University of Illinois, and then lovingly restored by a trio of makers who lavishly documented it in a book (free PDF/paperback/hardcover) and a mesmerizing video series.

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Crowdfunding Blood and Snow: indie zombie movie

Thom sends us an "Indiegogo flexible funding page for BLOOD & SNOW, a horror thriller creature feature film set in Alaska at a lonely ex-military research station, where 5 scientists discover something beneath the ice that is alien in origin."

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Mesmerizing rebuild of a mechanical Fourier calculator

Albert Michelson's harmonic analyzer -- a 19th century mechanical calculator that can do Fourier analysis with just gears, springs and levers -- was found at the University of Illinois, and then lovingly restored by a trio of makers who lavishly documented it in a book (free PDF/paperback/hardcover) and a mesmerizing video series.

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Music: "They All Ask'd for You," The Meters (1975)

I went on up to the big ol' sky...

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Hand-carved wood emoji, a manly-man's emoticon set by Nick Offerman

“Nick Offerman's solid oak emojis are a more old-fashioned, more personal, more American mode of communication.” From CONAN.

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Drinking delicious warm brown coffee from Kim Kardashian's butt

#BreakTheInternet #LadyGoatse

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WATCH: Cat's unusual reaction to the sound of packing tape

I do the same thing!

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Anonymous portable library that constantly receives free data from space

Lantern is an Indiegogo funded project that receives data transmitted by satellite. You can pre-order one for $100.

Lantern continuously receives radio waves broadcast by Outernet from space.

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New psychedelic sounds/visuals from Mark McGuire (ex-Emeralds)

From guitarist/synthesist Mark McGuire -- formerly of Kosmische revivalists Emeralds -- comes this beautiful, experimental video journey (and it is a trip) for McGuire's composition Noctilucence, available on his new EP of the same name.

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Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne on "Living With Death"

The Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne talks about the time he faced death at Long John Silvers, and how it changed him. From a 2002 interview, animated by Blank on Blank.

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