The Innuendo Studios YouTube channel has been producing a video series on the culture of the alt-right. The latest video is called "Always a Bigger Fish" and it's about the way conservatives believe in a social hierarchy, and how liberals' efforts to achieve a more equitable society is a threat to the natural order of things.
It's also worth reading the research list used to produce the videos.
Neo-Nazi Media Darling and accused domestic abuser Richard Spencer had a meltdown on Twitter after Iranian authorities launched a missile attack against a US base in Iraq. Siri, show me the definition of "Schadenfreude" pic.twitter.com/B6sTKbeWX4 — This Is Not A Thom Dunn T-Shirt (@thomdunn) January 8, 2020 Spencer went on to post and retweet some […]
In a New York Times story titled “I Worked for Alex Jones. I Regret It,” Josh Owens recounts his time working as a video producer for InfoWars. He says was a passenger in Jones’ car and that Jones drank vodka from a cup while driving, that Jones would challenge people to punching contests and broke […]
If you haven’t watched Ian Danskin’s Alt-Right Playbook explainer video series, I highly recommend them. Ian recently posted a video of a talk he gave called ” How the alt-right is like an abusive relationship.”
Apple AirPods have become the default earbuds beloved by millions. Unfortunately, they also cost $159, so it’s no surprise that since they were first introduced in 2016, companies have battled to produce comparable headphones at a lower price. The UK-designed and engineered Veho STIX true wireless earphones may have cracked that particular problem, striking a […]
Instagram isn’t just for tweens and foodies. In fact, the image-heavy platform not only wants to mint new Instagram influencers — it also wants to make them rich. In the last few weeks, the company announced ad revenue sharing on IGTV videos, special badges you can buy from your favorite accounts through Instagram Live, merchandise […]
There’s a case to be made that animation might be the most labor-intensive storytelling method out there. For every second of finished film, animators have to create 12 different moving character images, each minutely adjusted to give the illusion of fluid motion. And that’s in addition to the background drawings and any other elements needed […]