“Look Around You” is a hilarious BBC Comedy series first aired in 2002 that features absurd science videos, including these modules on “Maths” and “Water”. via HOBOTOPIA
Alex Tee and Evan Gant of the product innovation company Altitude have come up with a brilliant concept to help keep bicyclists safe, Light Lane, a bicycle lane that is projected on the street using a laser that travels with you as you ride around. via Rock The Bike image via Dustbowl
Vimeo is now hosting HD video from The White House which is a nice alternative to the YouTube option. Here’s Barack Obama’s first weekly address as president. via Waxy
The first ever LaidOffCamp takes place on Tuesday, March, 3nd at Temple in San Francisco. Here’s information on how to register. LaidOffCamp is an ad-hoc gathering of unemployed & self-employed people (including entrepreneurs and startups) who want to share and interact with each other. They are currently looking for help finding a venue if anyone…
Joe Mackenzie has created The HAL Project, a fantastic tribute to HAL 9000 the AI enhanced computer aboard the spaceship Discovery in 2001: A Space Odyssey. Make sure to check out Joe’s amazing HAL screensaver, I’m running it now. via Daring Fireball image via The HAL Project
SuperHappyDevHouse30, the 30th incarnation of the monthly SHDH hackathon event, takes place Saturday, January 31st at the Sun Executive Briefing Center in Menlo Park. SuperHappyDevHouse is a non-exclusive event intended for creative and curious people interested in technology. We’re about knowledge sharing, technology exploration, and ad-hoc collaboration. Come to have fun, build things, learn things,…
Plinky is a new web service started by Jason Shellen that helps people create inspired content. Each day a new prompt (a question or challenge) is presented to people and then they can share their answers on blogs, Twitter, Facebook and other services.
Rathergood presents LOLCats mutilating the song “Love Cats” by The Cure. via Charlie Todd