I'm a sucker for conspiracy theories. UFOs, JFK, X-Files (lol), the September 11th. Unfortunally, most of the people are blind to the everyday events around the globe. Whether you believe or not that it wasn't Bin Laden's fault on 9/11, you cannot deny simple facts that this video shows us. But, how about one of the greatest conspiracy theories ever along with an awesome typography video? Yeah, that's how cool it is. And like Mulder would say, the truth is out there. Be a person who seeks for it... for real. ;) Tell the truth by Mos Def, Immortal Technique and Eminem. Author: Paulo Antunes | If you want to write an article and have it published here send it via email to abduzeedo[at]abduzeedo.com
Justice, a French duo, makes awesome music for sure. If you are a sucker for electro house, you'll love this. If you are a sucker for electro house, AND a design junkie, then this will blow your mind. It's been a long time since I saw a new design for video clips. I mean, I really like those animation ones, but dude, this one is freaking awesome. It has all kinds of made up logos, pretty cool ones. This video was recommended by an user. Wanna recommend one? Drop a comment!
2 weeks ago I've posted a cool video clip by an indie girl band called Eisley and promissed to post other great animation clips. Today, I bring to you these awesome video clips, which I was hunting down the web since this morning. There are many great bands like Red Hot Chili Peppers, Moby, Modest Mouse and a whole other bunch. I really hope these get you all inspired during the day. Cheers! Moby - In This World Cansei de Ser Sexy - Alcohol Super Furry Animals - Hello Sunshine Gram - Você pode ir na janela Red Hot Chili Peppers - Love Rollercoaster Gorillaz - Clint Eastwood Frejat - Túnel do Tempo Modest Mouse - Float On Red Hot Chili Peppers - californication Adriana Calcanhoto - Fico assim sem você Tindersticks - Dying Slowly Ludov - Princesa The Beatles - Yellow Submarine As you may notice, not all of these are new stuff, but they're old school for sure! Hope you liked it! ;) Author: Paulo Antunes | If you want to write an article and have it published here send it via email to abduzeedo[at]abduzeedo.com
Dove's been doing a cool campaign, as most of you know, about how beauty industry messes up with women's head... a cool campaign, through virals. It has been release 2 videos already, both of them really impressive and a little bit shocking: Evolution and Onslaught. This time, they've released a new viral with a lighter and more emotive proposal: Amy. It's the story of a kid who keeps waiting for his girl out side her house, but she never leaves the house. In the end, we get to know the real reason why: "Amy can name 12 things wrong with her appearance. He can't name one". Freaking cute, huh?
Everybody loves Pulp Fiction. And MOST of us also love typography... so Pulp Fiction + typography = OH MY GOD Video. And i know, that's just too corky to say, but trust me, you'll be OH MY GOD by the end of the video. Author: Paulo Antunes | If you want to write an article and have it published here send it via email to abduzeedo[at]abduzeedo.com
If you wanted to know what Web 3.0 is, the Google CEO Eric Schimdt at the Seoul Digital forum gave us this great definition of Web 3.0. He said:"..While Web 2.0 was based on Ajax, Web 3.0 will be "applications that are pieced together" - with the characteristics that the apps are relatively small, the data is in the cloud, the apps can run on any device (PC or mobile), the apps are very fast and very customizable, and are distributed virally (social networks, email, etc)..." Here you can find a great article defining Web 3.0. Thoughts: Defining Web 3.0
A friend of mine sent me this video and I can't stop laughing. It's a fashion show in Paris where a model awkwardly encounters problems with her shoes.
This is a really good video showing how the web 2.0 is changing communications and the ways we use the web The video was created by Michael Wesch and he describes it as "Web 2.0 in just under 5 minutes". Transcripts are available as well at http://mediatedcultures.net/ksudigg/?p=78