I guess it's the thought that counts, right?
Saturday, December 17, 2011
Earlier in the year, Arcade Fire's Wilderness Downtown let us involve ourselves in their We Used To Wait video using HTML 5 and Google Maps. Now they're taking it one step further with Sprawl II, an interactive music video that lets you actually direct the content — including zombie-like characters — by using a webcam or mouse. Just wave your hands or dance around or perform any strange gesture really and boom! You're in control of an Arcade Fire music video!
If all this makes you nervous 'cos you're a techtard, fret no more. You can experience the music video the traditional way by tilting your eyeballs below and clicking play:
Posted by He who says hmm... at 8:05 AM
It's Saturday. It's early. It's the perfect time to stay in bed and take the next hour to watch this amazing BBC documentary on how Steve Jobs' love of Bob Dylan, LSD and a few other nuances of counter-culture laid the foundation for building Apple and shaping the world into what we know today. It's not the same old crap you've seen before. Promise.
Posted by He who says hmm... at 7:33 AM