If you’ve ever seen a movie, you’ve seen opening titles of some kind. Opening credits have existed pretty much since the beginning of moving pictures, and they are as varied as the films themselves. “THE FILM before THE FILM” is a short documentary that traces the evolution of title design through the history of film.
Have you helped a friend with rent? Bought lunch for a homeless person? Or picked up a lost dog on the street? If so, you may be infected with the good virus. Click Here to watch. Update: They now have the first 20 minutes of the documentary online.
Watch: The making of Oblivion with Tom Cruise in Iceland
Oblivion is an original and groundbreaking cinematic event from the director of TRON: Legacy.
Nicolas Jaar released the first sample from the successor of “SPACE IS ONLY NOISE”.
Check the video for Noise on ‘After the Circle‘ facebook.
KMVT CBS 11/KTWT FOX 14′s Nick Kosi is back with some more morning meteorology-themed rhymes, this time doing Lil Wayne and Fat Joe’s Make it Rain.
Great freestyle session with ElectricViolin aka David Wong and a bunch of rappers.
Cambridge Audio 651R – Knob Feel Review
The 651R is a mixed bag really. Many of the positive points have carried across from the 851a. Very nice dampened axial skew, and lovely weight behind the rotation. However, for some reason this seems slippier than it’s bigger brother. The lack of grip isn’t a huge downside, but does detract from the overall knob pleasure.
Diamonds in the sky – first cut of the art project, not official video with soundtrack by Rihanna.
Watch the video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEpfwdTgIE0
Produced by Alexander Hollander [ Hollander.im ] in Rome, Italy at 8.04.2013
Swarovski crystals on the foreheads with the relevant zodiac constellations, fixed by nutella.
Kate Stone has advanced some futuristic technology, turning simple construction paper into turntables that actually play music.
Youth Radio and Turnstyle had the honor of hosting this inventor who wants to change the way we think about electronics. It’s awe-inspiring to watch Stone’s as-yet-unnamed creation in action: you touch your simulated turntables on a piece of paper, and you’re controlling the DJ app on the iPad sitting five feet away from you. Every function that’s available on an analog turntable, including blending songs and scratching records, is also possible with Stone’s technology.