I can’t vouch for the awesomeness of the coming weekend, but I can say that these links are soaked in pure, unadulterated, radness.
10 years of Wikipedia narrated by Jimmy Wales (by Jess3)
What the F**k is My Social Media Strategy? (by Mike Phillips)
Jurassic Park Theme 1000% slower (by Birdfeeder)
Today’s forecast is cloudy with a chance of Awesome in the afternoon.
25 Years of Digital Vandalism by William Gibson
Stolen Van (via Craigslist)
Trailer 2 for LA Noire by Rockstar Games
Happy Friday Awesome-kerteers, may your weekend be full of delightfully awesome ephemera.
May that awesomeness start here:
Prosthetic Hands in Film [1964-present] by (by Fro)
Guy asks for 1 million dollars | Guy gets 1 million dollars
Because Every Country is the Best at Something (by Information is Beautiful)
Videos shot from cameras mounted on arrows (via LaughingSquid)
It’s international day at the Daily Awesome with shots from a Swedish server/bunker, a mind-bending video from a French man in Amsterdam, a Korean filmmaker and some French kids being wowed by old tech. Take that BMP!
Today I Die Again – the art/game/fairytale/masterpiece for iPhone is free for today only. (by http://atakamalabs.com/)
The Bond villain like bunker where Wikileaks hides its secrets
A mind-bending animation called
Miss Daisy Cutter by Laen Sanches
Park Chan-wook Shoots New Thriller Paranmanjang on 8 iPhone 4s (via @Wired)
Children checking out vintage tech/gadgets
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Videos and infographics are the main hotbeds of radness this morning with a little post-golden globes Ricky Gervais on the side.
The Trashmaster – A Feature-length film created with footage from Grand Theft Auto 4 (by Mathieu Weschler)
Ricky G on “the man” (by BaxterP)
Mr T is the “T” in I.T. (via @ LaughingSquid)
Who’s Using Twitter & How by FlowTown
n Intimate Look at Infographics
To My Husband
An introduction to physics with little maths (via UCBerkley)