Epic Faceplants Compilation || FailArmy

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Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nHDP-59rzGY

The funnest fails involve falling on your face! Watch the funniest faceplants in this best faceplants compiliation!
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Building Legos with Excavator | Bob the Builder Returns

By: JukinVideo
Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-sCQCw0AkM

With expert precision, this construction worker starts building Legos with an excavator! Carefully picking up the pieces in the gigantic claws, this workers becomes a regular Bob the Builder!
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Toy Wars

By: andrewmfilms
Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uXOdL7YJRNs

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Directing/VFX by Andrew McMurry
Starring Michael Scott(http://www.youtube.com/user/mscottfilms) and Seth McMurry
Sound/music by Matthew McMurry(http://haunteddisco.com/)

Ultimate Car Crash Compilation || FailArmy

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“The Walking (And Talking) Dead” — A Bad Lip Reading of The Walking Dead

By: BadLipReading
Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jR4lLJu_-wE

Everybody at that party thought Rick was neat.
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The Death of SMS? WhatsApp Users Send 10 Billion Messages in One Day

TechnoBuffalo The Death of SMS? WhatsApp Users Send 10 Billion Messages in One Day


Talk about a lot of sore thumbs: WhatsApp recently announced that its users sent more than 10 billion messages in one day. The company said there were a total of 4 billion inbound messages and 6 billion messages sent through the service on Aug. 23. That’s an incredible figure, although we’re scratching out heads wondering why the two figures aren’t even – we suppose group messaging could make up for that rift.

If you’re unfamiliar with the service, WhatsApp requires a data plan and costs $0.99 but does not charge on a per-message basis. On the surface it might sound like good news for carriers who want to rope consumers into data plans, but applications such as WhatsApp pull a lot of cash away from users who would otherwise be paying for text messaging plans. The service was originally compared to BlackBerry Messenger and was quickly adopted due to its cross-platform support. There are a few competitors, such as the Skype-owned GroupMe service and Beluga (now part of Facebook), but WhatsApp appears to remain the most used option.

I still prefer GroupMe for group texting because I like a few options it offers that WhatsApp doesn’t, such as the ability to share my location, but still use WhatsApp frequently to stay in touch with friends around the globe. I frequently message my former roommate from Singapore, for example, without having to worry about paying insane international texting fees.

In any case, congrats WhatsApp.

[via TheNextWeb]


California Roll House By Christopher Daniel

California Roll House By Christopher Daniel

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California Roll House By Christopher Daniel

The California Roll House is a futuristic concept design for a prefabricated house that Christopher Daniel of Violent Volumes has created. The house was designed with a desert setting in mind with its exterior wrapped in an energy-efficient material that reflects heat from the sun. The house appears rolled to form a tube-like shape with glass on either end that is controlled electronically to change the transparency for privacy and light control. The modular nature of the design makes for easy assembly and disassembly on site.

California Roll House By Christopher Daniel

California Roll House By Christopher Daniel

California Roll House By Christopher Daniel

California Roll House By Christopher Daniel

To maximize space, doors are hydraulically powered and curtains provide privacy as a space divider in the bedroom.

California Roll House By Christopher Daniel

California Roll House By Christopher Daniel

California Roll House By Christopher Daniel

The interior design is fairly minimal which allows for open, light-filled spaces.

California Roll House By Christopher Daniel

California Roll House By Christopher Daniel

California Roll House By Christopher Daniel

California Roll House By Christopher Daniel

California Roll House By Christopher Daniel

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News.me Swoops In to Save Save Summify Users

News.me Swoops In to Save Save Summify Users
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newsme150.jpgNews.me deserves credit today for some start-up agility and helpfulness. Yesterday, Twitter bought Summify, a service that crunched down links from one’s Twitter feed into a need-to-know email digest, and it will be shut down. Loving users freaked out. News.me, which provides a similar service, heard those cries for help, and it has redesigned its homepage and launched new features to welcome those Summify users in.

News.me got popular with its iPad app, but it also offers an email digest with Summify-like functionality. Today it’s announcing a slew of new features: Facebook support, time zone support, and control over the number of articles and sending time for the email digest. News.me also wants to know what features Summify users want.


News.me general manager Jake Levine says that “Summify users seem universally unhappy with the news” of Twitter’s acquisition. It stinks when a useful service goes away. Twitter might not even use Summify’s technology, but they’re hiring the developers for Twitter’s User Growth team. Twitter needs people who know how to filter the noise of a stream into something useful. That may not look anything like Summify, but Summify’s creators are experts on the problem.


But the News.me team says in its blog post that solving the problem is “not that hard to do (shhh…).” Summify’s users need a place to go now. Fortunately for them, News.me’s business is more well-rounded with the iOS app and subscription plans. Support for links from Facebook expands News.me’s usefulness, and the new email features offer more control over the digests than Summify users had.

But the best part is asking for suggestions. News.me asks Summify users:

  • What did you like best about the service that you’d love to see us implement?
  • What did you wish you could have but that Summify never built?

If you’d like to chime in, comment on the News.me blog post.

Do you use a service like this to generate automated digests of your social networks? Discuss

Telephone Pole Jesus Died For Your Landline Abandoning Sins

By Seth Abramovitch
Jul 28, 2011 5:40 AM



Colorado native Don Taylor, who describes himself as “a nonreligious individual,” was stopped dead in his tracks when he stumbled upon this divine apparition on his daily routine. Yes, a creeping vine on a telephone pole had taken on the unmistakable form of a crucified Jesus Christ. Local authorities warn potential pilgrimage-makers not to climb the pole to kiss or embrace Telephone Pole Jesus, however, lest they want to receive a 765,000-volt message of peace and love from their Leafy Savior. [7News, photo via Don Taylor’s Facebook]

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Photosynth for iOS Creates 360 Degree Panoramas as You Slowly Spin in a Circle

Photosynth for iOS Creates 360 Degree Panoramas as You Slowly Spin in a Circle.

Photosynth for iOS is the panorama creation and sharing app that lets you capture more of your world. Now you can capture 360° in all directions (up, down, left, and right) to create spectacular images. Using the latest in computer vision techniques, Photosynth makes it easy and fun to create and share interactive panoramas of wherever you are.

Photosynth can share images and interactive panorama experiences to Facebook (with the included free Photosynth.net service). Integration with Bing Maps means millions of people could see your panoramas on maps and in search results for locations you’ve captured.

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