SoulPancake hits the streets to see what happens when two strangers sit in a ball pit… and talk about lifes big questions. via Take a Seat – Make a Friend? – YouTube.
If you’re looking for a way to mix up your commute, this might just be the ticket. From Inhabitat: A video has been posted on YouTube of a Russian man riding what appears to be a fully working bicycle… apart from the fact it could probably fit in the rider’s pocket. It’s a good thing […]
Seattle-ites may not know how to drive in the snow, but they sure know how to get creative and have fun! Enjoy!
Happy New Year. One more great campaign from Volkswagen about having fun in your life and finding fun in the space that surrounds you:
People often wonder just how powerful the people and spaces around us can be. Well, it turns out they can be pretty dang powerful! Just check out the video. Thanks Guy Kawasaki for sharing this out: Giggles spread through an U-Bahn train in Berlin after one woman starts laughing. Happiness: the best infectious thing you […]
Lunar Eclipse on YouTube right now! Go see! YouTube will be broadcasting on the Web a red-glowing lunar eclipse today at 11:20 a.m. PDT that otherwise will only be visible in the skies of South America, Africa, Asia, Australia and Europe. Sorry, North America. The lunar event will last about 100 minutes and be live-streamed […]
In 2009, Juliana Santacruz Herrera began filling Paris’s potholes with elaborate knitted plugs; she called it “Projet Nid de Poule” (Project Pothole). What the yarn lacks in durability it makes up for in whimsy. projet nid de poule (via Craft)
Great article from Cory Doctorow and BoingBoing: http://www.boingboing.net/2010/11/02/how-i-use-the-intern.html …my 2.5-year-old daughter and I use my computer as part of our imaginative play and storytelling, using YouTube searches, Flickr image searches, paper story books, toys, and trips around town to play and explore. Now that she’s more active, she usually requests something – often something from […]
Professor Philip Zimbardo conveys how our individual perspectives of time affect our work, health and well-being. Zimbardo argues in this lecture that time influences who we are as a person, how we view relationships and how we act in the world. I love the Silician Poet’s comment. I’d also be interested to hear what people’s […]
It used to be considered sketchy to combine our online and offline worlds. With programs like Meetup and Foursquare, however, those days are long gone. Lisa Gansky an author, instigator & entrepreneur, wrote a book about it, The Mesh: Why the Future of Business is Sharing. She also wrote an article for Boing Boing about 100k Garages […]