The goal was as simple as it was ambitious; as beautiful as it was grotesque; as awesome as it was … so freakishly awesome! A crowdsourced version of Star Wars Episode IV (A New Hope) in 15-second blocks, open-sourced and using any creative media you happen to have nearby. Less than a year later, the results are in.
I, for one, will never wash my eyeballs again!
Enjoy it now before the MPAA tries to shut it down:
Currently out of stock at Amazon, but I’ll be in geek heaven when one of you decides to buy me these puppies. ‘Course since I’m exclusively on Kindle these days I’ll have to find something else to separate these two nutters. Perhaps my growing pile of unpaid bills? That’ll show ‘em!
Tired of eating corn like all the other straights? So was Shed Simove until he came up with Cornobi! Now when you’re eating lunch by yourself, the cool kids will be too busy laughing to notice the corn stuck in your teeth!
I couldn't find one of these badboys for sale on his website, but head on over anyways for some other fun yum-yums. Until they are back in stock, you can at least enjoy the demonstration video!
If you live in Dubai (or apparently France & Qatar as well), you can hire some poor schlep in a Spidee outfit to come wash your windows. Can’t imagine wearing that full get-up in the desert heat.
My personal fav in the ‘write your own caption’ category comes from Brainspore @ BoingBoing who points out that “The windows may be clean but the rest of the building is going to end up getting covered in web fluid residue.”
Conflict and Conciliation: Faith and Politics in an Age of Global Dissonance
Despite the peaceful foundations of global monotheistic religions, the broad diversity of interpretations can lead to a sharp paradox regarding the use of force. Inevitably, we must ask ourselves: How can those who ascribe to peaceful beliefs suspend their own moral foundation to beat the drums of war? ... read more
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