One brick, two bricks, three bricks, four...what can you do with these few on the floor? Five bricks, six bricks, seven, eight... Don't think that's enough? Well just you wait. It only takes a few bricks to make something CL!CK
Ever wondered how a squirrel manages to find so many nuts? BBC show 'Clever Crittes' uncovers the methods used by animals in the wild to find food. Interesting animal video narrated by comedienne Dawn French.
Throwing this video from the Columbus Dispatch out there, hoping we can find this talent a place to call home.
Vendor shows off @ Namdaemun Market, Seoul, Korea.
Star Trek: TOS gets mashed up with an old educational film in this video.
What's funny and what's not? David Mitchell gets it spot on, again.
Andrea Marshall talks to us about discovering a second species of giant manta ray. Working from a remote part of Mozambique for the last five years she has come across a discovery which changes the way we see giant mantas completely.
This baby is so ready to be born.
From James Bond 007, On Her Majesty's Secret Service.
David Firth's latest surreal creation, Drillbithead attempts to answer the question "Do the buildings still argue?" This week Drillbithead tries to stop the tittle tattle on the Breeze.
Modern Warfare 3 game play revealed in an official trailer.
Designers say the new game explores the endless paperwork, routine patrolling a modern day soldier endures in photorealistic detail.
Snow in slow motion. Moscow - 2010.
Camera and montage - Andrey Stvolinsky
Music - Cinematic Orchestra
This short animation made by National Geographic shows us some pretty interesting things as our global population is on the verge of crossing 7 billion. And it's done really well. What can't kinetic type teach us? Nothing, I say.
From the forthcoming film PAY 2 PLAY - L.A. street artist Alec Monopoly takes to the streets to target Big Oil and Clear Channel.
This is an expansion of a short set of clips that Gene Roddenberry had put together after the second season, that set was just about 2 minutes and mostly bloopers, but the few suggestive shots were enough to make me wonder what a full version would look like, so enjoy!