Monthly archives: February, 2010

Never Gonna Give It Up, Never Gonna Let You Down

One of the worst attempts at content control was made when YouTube removed Rick Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up” for copyright infringement. It is unclear when exactly they had removed the video, but the Neowin blog discovered it in the wee hours of this morning (Wednesday, 2/24). The hilarious 80’s music video became popular…


Gorillaz Leak Superfast Jellyfish From New Album

The Gorillaz long awaited new album Plastic Beach is set to come out on March 6th, but Damon Albarn has already leaked one of the tracks on YouTube. Superfast Jellyfish is another song with a really catchy good-mood chorus with De La Soul rapping the verse, much like Feel Good, Inc. from the Demon Days…


Them Crooked Vultures

Sometimes when a group of veteran rockers gets together to form a “supergroup,” the hype far exceeds the quality of the music. Other times, these groups form out of a simple desire to jam, and Them Crooked Vultures ($29.99NZD) is a great example. Featuring Dave Grohl on drums, Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone…


Om Nom Noms

The breakfast of champions


Curious Displays: Flyfire Without The Fly

Just wow.. and I WANT Curious Displays from Julia Tsao on Vimeo.


Kirsten Dunst in Tokyo – Cosplay Video Shoot

Kirsten Dunst was spotted running around Tokyo’s Akihabara district in an outfit reminiscent of “Sailor Moon.” It turned out Dunst was filming a video with director McG called “Akihabara Majokko Princess” for artist and business entrepreneur Takashi Murakami’s “Pop Life” exhibition at London’s Tate Gallery. Now the film has leaked online, and in accordance with…


Professor Freezes, Shatters Laptop With Liquid Nitrogen

I take it that this professor does not like people using computers in his lab.


Warner Bros buys stake in London games group – Batman Franchise

Warner Bros, the Time Warner-owned studio, is increasing its bet on the video game industry by taking a majority stake in Rocksteady Studios, the London-based developer behind Batman: Arkham Asylum. The acquisition of 68.4 per cent of Rocksteady, a group of about 70 developers in Highgate, north London, follows a series of investments in the…


The Bare Necessities


Monkey Tuesday: le *Sigh*

Yeah its that day before wednesday again.