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Monthly Archives: April 2014
Tim Minchin – Not Perfect. A live performance of “Not Perfect” by Tim Minchin. A beautiful, sad, clever, funny, and poignant song. It’s not perfect, but it is rather great. Onwards!
The internet is filled with a ginormous array of different websites, all catered towards particular things. With so many options available, it’s often easy to overlook certain websites that can be incredibly useful. That’s why BuzzFeed created a list of … Continue reading
“Check out Watch Dogs’ groundbreaking multiplayer modes where everything and everyone is connected. Learn how Watch Dogs is blurring the line between single and multiplayer, and get a glimpse into three distinct and exciting modes including Online Hacking Contracts, ctOS … Continue reading
The grasshopper mouse is one hell of an animal. As seen in the video above, it can shrug off deadly bark scorpion stings to the face, and in fact converts the venom into a painkiller. The more it gets stung, … Continue reading
Special Thanks – Hello Colorful. A great poppy, upbeat track by Japanese band Special Thanks. Utterly and amusingly “engrish”, and a rather predictable tune, but still good fun to listen to. Onwards!
The Art of Looping is a fascinating insight into the life of Dub FX. In it, he talks about his life, how he developed his art, his career, street performing, his instruments, connecting with his audience, and his love for … Continue reading