• WestJet Christmas Miracle

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    Well this is just straight up AWESOME!

  • Helicopter's and Christmas Trees

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    This trumps Uber's Christmas Tree delivery.

  • LEGO Blues Brothers

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    Bricktease just released this cool frame by frame LEGO remake of the car chase through the shopping mall scene in Blue Brothers. Pretty amazing.

    See, it is spot on.

  • #Manning

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    #Manning, created by a couple of advertising guys, is a parody of #Mamming. But also it's a clever way of getting guys to check their balls for testicular cancer. Check it out maybe snap a photo of cupped hands on a pair of (clothed) balls. Get people aware.

  • Fact Confirming Not as Fun as Myth Busting

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    Not long ago we posted about Carmichael Lynch's Talk To A Plant project for Denver Museum of Nature & Science and their MythBusters: The Explosive Exhibition. Well check out these hilarious spots.

  • Leading to Death

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    LeadingToDeath.com from James Lotter on Vimeo.

    Check out this really cool experimental short film, created by a couple of creatives in Minneapolis, that's re-edited in HTML5 every time you watch it. The more times you watch the more you see. See it in action action.

    They programmed the site to draw from a database of more than 100 video clips organized across a three-minute timeline. Each time the page loads the video player dynamically re-edits the film to create a total of over one million narrative-bending variations. Really cool guys.

  • Talk to a Plant

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    Carmichael Lynch has created a cool web experience,Talk to a Plant, for Denver Museum of Nature & Science to support MythBusters: The Explosive Exhibition. They are conducted an experiment to see if talking to a plant helps it grow? Simply tweet the plant and your tweet will be read out loud to the plant.

    Wonder what happens if you constantly play Scandinavian Metal to a plant.

  • Second-Hand Ikea

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    This a pretty brilliant idea from Ikea in Norway.

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