A fun musical from the team behind the excellent the excellent Fallout: Nuka Break film, designed to show off some low-budget gore effects.
Here’s another infographic that looks pretty, but fails at conveying information in any useful way: The Evolution of the Web.
[…] To pay homage to the goodness of the web, we’ve put together an interactive infographic, built in HTML5, which details the evolution of major web technologies and browsers:
I understand the timeline aspect, showing major revisions, but what are the coloured lines illustrating? According to the page:
The color bands in this visualization represent the interaction between web technologies and browsers, which brings to life the many powerful web apps that we use daily.
Pigeons typically don’t get tenure. But his discourse on Proust is thrilling to behold.
5-Second Films was created by Brian “Boss Man” Firenzi in the Spring of 2005, after being disappointed by so many 5,400-second films. The rules are simple: 2 seconds of beginning titles, 5 seconds of film, 1 second of end titles. If you take umbrage with these 5sfs running at an actual length of 8 seconds, we can only assume you’re no fun at dinner parties.