Tagged: water

Google Sea-View

I like Turtles!

… So you can imagine how chuffed I was to discover this:

It turns out there is even more. Not only have they taken their 3D Google cams underwater but they are also running hangouts from the watery depths:

Their next under water web chat is taken place tonight (yes… night). You can keep abreast of all the upcoming action here.

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Vita-memes

Actually the title may give it more credit than it deserves. The ‘grab it by the horns’ ad for Vitaminwater loosely uses the theme of the meme to sell its non-specific product… obvs.

ah yes, the splendors of the internet. triumphant babies, photobombs, seductive men who strictly play smooth jazz, and of course the cats made of toaster pastry. these days, it’s not unusual to encounter something this unusual. so take a sip of your vitaminwater®, grab the proverbial antelope by the horns, and check out this commercial. yeehaw!

Water Good Trick

So my friend sent me this nifty trick, as he knows I like a nifty tricks. But this is a stretch.  If it is fake, which I hope it is not, then I really like the failed attempts and the allusion to difficulty throughout.

The comments below the YouTube upload speak a lot of magnets, so maybe it is possible but just not the way it is described.  Either way, it looks very impressive and certainly makes the viewer question their own understanding of physical principles.

So, without further ado…  (‘Drum roll please’)…  I give you…

The Amazing Water Trick:

dandeentremont

An amusing trick you can perform with water! Show this video to your friends!
In fact, why not show it to everyone you ever knew?

I highly encourage you to try this trick yourself.

Enjoy!

If you like the music, you can find it here:
http://incompetech.com/m/c/royalty-fr…
The title is “Faster Does It.”

Via dandeentremont and The Knifey Spoony.

Drench: Cubehead

Apparently this was out in August last year.  I must say I completely missed it, I expect on its first showing (or possibly even before) it would have received 21 complaints from discerning members of an old people home in Scunthorpe.  And despite the 809,000 ‘likes’ through various video channels and websites, that should serve as sufficient percentage to get it taken off the air before a 5 year old child is exposed to it and ends up carving his face into removable cubes.

Well… better safe than sorry.

Credits go to:

Creative agency: CHI & Partners
Creative team: Ed Edwards, Dave Masterman
Director: Ulf Johansson, Smith and Jones