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Via [livejournal.com profile] glenmarshall, Honda makes individual transport at walking speeds actually viable:

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Via [livejournal.com profile] glenmarshall, Honda makes individual transport at walking speeds actually viable:

brynndragon: (A Very Spider Xmas)
I think the reason Watchmen got bad reviews is way too many folks were expecting something like this. (I rather enjoyed the movie myself)

(courtesy of [livejournal.com profile] heatray)
brynndragon: (A Very Spider Xmas)
I think the reason Watchmen got bad reviews is way too many folks were expecting something like this. (I rather enjoyed the movie myself)

(courtesy of [livejournal.com profile] heatray)
brynndragon: (Bad Idea)
Microsoft has created a program called Songsmith, where the idea is you sing to it and it spits back musical accompaniment. So people have been giving the musical equivalent of the Turing Test: if you isolate the vocal track from a popular song and feed it to Somgsmith, will it return a reasonable (or at least hilarious) musical background? Here are some such attempts: Ozzy Osbourne's Crazy Train, Billy Idol's White Wedding, Rush's Tom Sawyer. But someone took it one step further: a Barak Obama speech.
brynndragon: (Bad Idea)
Microsoft has created a program called Songsmith, where the idea is you sing to it and it spits back musical accompaniment. So people have been giving the musical equivalent of the Turing Test: if you isolate the vocal track from a popular song and feed it to Somgsmith, will it return a reasonable (or at least hilarious) musical background? Here are some such attempts: Ozzy Osbourne's Crazy Train, Billy Idol's White Wedding, Rush's Tom Sawyer. But someone took it one step further: a Barak Obama speech.
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I really love my car, but I've found something sweeter (and SFW, unless your boss is anti-Sound of Music):



(the engine, complete with timing belt, is really the win here)
brynndragon: (Default)
I really love my car, but I've found something sweeter (and SFW, unless your boss is anti-Sound of Music):



(the engine, complete with timing belt, is really the win here)
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Of all the things to serve on Thanksgiving, this is one of my favorites:

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Of all the things to serve on Thanksgiving, this is one of my favorites:

brynndragon: (Guitar Hero)
Given a sufficiently popular meme and an outlet for creative expression, variety undreamed of will emerge. . .

brynndragon: (Guitar Hero)
Given a sufficiently popular meme and an outlet for creative expression, variety undreamed of will emerge. . .

brynndragon: (tye-dye love)
No matter who you supported (or didn't), this week's South Park episode is freakin' awesome. You can watch it here ("About Last Night"), completely legally.
brynndragon: (tye-dye love)
No matter who you supported (or didn't), this week's South Park episode is freakin' awesome. You can watch it here ("About Last Night"), completely legally.
brynndragon: (Tell me I'm pretty)
Submitted for your approval: Gay men's chorus singing about how love of women keeps a man going while hot half-naked guys hit an anvil appropriately (and a tad naughtily, albeit still SFW). Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] bikergeek for finding this gem and realizing his friends would enjoy it ;).
brynndragon: (Tell me I'm pretty)
Submitted for your approval: Gay men's chorus singing about how love of women keeps a man going while hot half-naked guys hit an anvil appropriately (and a tad naughtily, albeit still SFW). Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] bikergeek for finding this gem and realizing his friends would enjoy it ;).
brynndragon: (bittersweet)
Last night, I was discussing the nature of evil with [livejournal.com profile] njatlas. Today, I stumbled on this recently posted TED talk by a renowned expert on the subject, Philip Zimbardo (warning: contains disturbing images): How ordinary people become monsters. . . or heroes
brynndragon: (bittersweet)
Last night, I was discussing the nature of evil with [livejournal.com profile] njatlas. Today, I stumbled on this recently posted TED talk by a renowned expert on the subject, Philip Zimbardo (warning: contains disturbing images): How ordinary people become monsters. . . or heroes

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