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o/~ spin me round like a record o/~ -- A car chase video clip...

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StupidVideos posted an amusing recorded helicopter's view of of cops chasing down a runaway driver on the freeway. They tried to spin the car a few times, but it didn't work out for a few times.

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Ant's 2 Viral Videos & Ads Picks for 1/15/2005 [Double DOHs]

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Viral Videos & Ads posted some new TV commercials and advertisements today for download and viewing:

Remember to download them fast before the new videos take over since they are not archived online.

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The first 10K digits of "pi" into a music sequence.

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UserFriendly's link of the day is pi10k. This experiment attempts to convert the first 10,000 digits of pi into a musical sequence.

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3 Ant's Compfused.com Video (TV Ads/Commercials) Picks of the Day (1/14/2005)

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Compfused.com posted some good, encoded TV commercials/advertisements today:

  • Think Fast! -- Uh oh, I think she is like in a bad situation.
  • To The Airport! -- Monkey drives a car. Dude, I need one of these monkeys! Monkeys are cheap too. ;)
  • Payback Time -- A cement truck operator wastes no time exacting his revenge, but...
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"Don't Mess With This Little Red Riding Hood"

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A co-worker sent me a forum thread link with a cool photograph. He quoted it, "Don't Mess With This Little Red Riding Hood". Little

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ZDNet's Poll: Cubicle from Hell Contest

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ZDNet's Cubicle from Hell Contest shows three different photographs of cubicles from hell. You get to vote which one should be the winner.

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Video Clip: Cars crashing into cars, people sliding and almost getting run over...

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I saw this story and video on KTLA 5 Morning News this morning. I found it crazy and amusing. All4naught, in Blue's News' thread, posted a RealMedia video clip (8.9 MB; downloadable; 1.5 minutes long; RealAlternative Player v1.29 played it just fine). It shows cars crashing into cars, people slipping, sliding, and even almost getting running over from the crazy snow weather.

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The duck mate will die after its mate died/got killed...

Now, this was interesting and I didn't know this was a fact. It was also worth putting this blog on AQFL's front page! ;)

I was listening to an audio clip from yesterday's Insight for Living (1/13/2005) on the way home from work (1.75 hours commute!) with my father, and heard Chuck Swindoll sharing a story related to the remarriage sermon (didn't listen to the whole episode since I am not married yet!).

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Mac Mini (Hardware): What You Need to Know

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MacCentral tells the hardware facts about Apple's new baby from Macworld Expo's show floors, technical discussions, and a few Apple officials.

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Worth1000's Doctored Photographs: Ice Dreams 3

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Worth1000's current contest theme is called "Ice Dreams 3". It is taking images of ice cream in a creative way, either by exaggerating its importance, or by swapping it with other everyday items, or putting it where you'd least expect to find them.

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An amusing photograph of the day with a gorilla...

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See this gorilla that is smoking a cigar, err carrot. ;)

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U.S. slaps on the wardriver-busting paint...

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Alien8's Broadband Reports wireless security forum thread mentions The Register story on U.S. slapping on the wardriver-busting paint. Security-minded U.S. decorators' supply outfit, Force Field Wireless,
claims to have developed a do it yourself (DIY) solution to the international menace of
marauding geek wardrivers--DefendAir paint "laced with copper and aluminum fibers that form an electromagnetic shield, blocking most radio waves and protecting wireless networks".

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Upgrade Planned To "Tron" V2.0 (Movie)

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Dark Horizons and Variety report that there will be a remake of "Tron" movie, the 1982 film about a computer programmer who gets sucked into the world of a computer program.

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Hiccup 101 -- A funny short video...

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User Friendly's link of the day was on Hiccup 101 (audio required). It is a short Quicktime video created by Jessica Sances for her Ringling School of Art and Design project.

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A video clip showing what NASA did last summer (2004).

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Compfused.com found a streaming QuickTime video (direct link for download -- 9 MB) showing what NASA did last summer in 2004.

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Smash Back -- A Flash Game

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This Smash Back is a Flash game that combines old Breakout/Arkanoid, Ping Pong, and Tetris games together in 3D.

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Sand Art Videos

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Many videos of sand arts on Google Video search.

4/29/2006 8:54 PM PDT: VideoSift has mirrors(?) here and here.

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Statistics of Americans eating food that falls on the floor...

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According to Yahoo! News story, almost eight in 10 Americans say it isn't safe to eat food dropped on the floor. This is despite the so-called rule that says if it's on the floor for a few seconds it's safe to eat.

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Photograph of the Day: That's a big dog house!

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Yahoo! News has an amusing photograph showing a dog and huge "Dog House".

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Cameramail

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The Cameramail idea was from the creator while working on a mail-art project for school. He saw a document with an impressive number of odd forms of correspondence between their two addresses in upstate New York. One of the last experiments displayed on their site was a camera attached to a postcard and plastered with stamps. Taking a good idea and running with it, he began to mail cameras to various locations.