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thedailywhat:

Lights Out: You can’t spell “hitchhiking” without “and they never found the body.”

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thedailywhat:

Busker of the Day: One-man-band Scott Dunbar performs a track-stopping Gypsy-esque rendition of Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean” for passers-by on the streets of Montreal.

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thedailywhat:

What Is This I Don’t Even of the Day: Craziest Russian short featuring a duel to the death between Mario and Pac-Man you will see today, guaranteed.

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thedailywhat:

Animated Short of the Day: Do yourself a huge favor by putting down that TPS report and spending the next five-and-a-half minutes gushing over Alma — Pixar animator Rodrigo Blaas’ award-winning doll of a directorial debut.

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thedailywhat:

Look At This Fucking Cat v. Dog Video of the Day: Pussy Pitbull Sharky gets bitchslapped by Roomba-riding badass, Max-Arthur.

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thedailywhat:

Epic Lipdub of the Day: The students at Seattle’s Shorewood High School have upped the lip-dubbing ante significantly by filming their one-take rendition of Hall & Oates’ “You Make My Dreams” backwards.

Your move, everyone else.

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newsweek:

smarterplanet:

LCD screen can recognise what happens in front of it - tech - New Scientist

An everyday LCD screen has been modified to “see” the world in front of it in 3D. That means a viewer can control on-screen objects by waving their arms in the air without touching the screen, let alone a mouse or keyboard.

See, now this we do need.

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thedailywhat:

Early Bird Special: Adorable robots dancing in sync to Christmas songs? You got it.

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thedailywhat:

Christmas Lights Display of the Day: Former Disney Imagineer and special effects specialist Ric Turner set his family up with a fully-functional, 21,268-bulb-strong Guitar Hero-themed arrangement, and programmed it to play Eric Johnson’s “Cliffs of Dover.”

Wait, it gets better:

When you play, you watch only the Christmas lights, but the audio you hear is from the Wii, so your flubs are broadcast for all to hear (people in cars can tune 99.1 and crank it up as loud as they want.) When we are not playing, a separate version of the program that has the audio from the recorded game plays with the lights as a loop.

Welp, Christmas is officially canceled. Nothing is topping this, so we might as well call the whole thing off.

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