For all of you romantics gearing up for Valentine's Day, try this: Go to THREE WORDS ME, create a username, then have your partner, significant other, lover etc, write the three loving adjectives that best describe you, then do it to them. Three words at a time, by Monday the 14th, you will be raring to go. The site is another of these personal feedback sites but the micro entries keep things more focused. And while it can be used for all sorts of feedback...I prefer to keep things positive...
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Forthwith, a lot of stuff, in no particular order:
Kirby Ferguson has just released the eagerly anticipated EVERYTHING IS A REMIX PT 2 in which he explores the repetitive, or remixed, themes in movies. Part one was about music remixing.
Last week I took some flack for suggesting white people rap poorly but I've been proven very wrong by PALE GUY RAPS FAST.
College Humor imagines IF WEBSITES WERE TV SHOWS.
I told you about Craig Rowin a couple weeks ago, the guy who asked for and received a million dollars on Youtube...well, er, it was a HOAX as you will see from the "cheque presentation" ceremony at the Upright Citizens Brigade in New York.
PRIME BIG SERIES SMALL SCREEN miniaturizes primetime TV's most popular shows
The students at David Lloyd George elementary and Churchill Secondary should be getting more Youtube views for their touching FLASH MOB performed at the Oakridge Centre to raise awareness for International Anti-Bullying Day on February 23
Have you seen the MALCOLM GLADWELL BOOK GENERATOR (haha)?
STOP THE METER has done a good job of alerting people to recently condoned metered billing by Canadian ISPs. In fact, the government has asked the CRTC to reconsider the new rule. But in the meantime, a Florida security company has offered to download stuff for Canadians and send it to them on a disk for free (just no porn or illegal downloads). Check them out at CANADIAN DOWNLOAD.
KIDS REACT TO VIRAL VIDEOS is, awww, so cute, and this week, they react to Ted Williams, the golden voiced homeless guy among other things.
Speaking of homelessness, an ad agency in North Carolina has created a web game to educate people on the many factors that cause people to become homeless. While SPENT uses American data, the lesson shouldn't be lost on us Canadians.