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The Devil’s Toy Redux

Spend the rest of your day watching this tribute to one of the first skateboarding films, The Devil’s Toy. Reimagined through the vision of fourteen directors from across the globe (including one of our faves, Corey Adams), The Devil’s Toy Redux lets you navigate from one film to the next—21st century style—witnessing “the evolution of skateboarding culture as told through these filmmakers.”

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One Startup’s Struggle to Survive the Silicon Valley Gold Rush by Gideon Lewis-Kraus

An Online Drowning Simulator That Also Lets You Simulate Being French


Take a couple minutes out of your day and try not to die.

via, gizmodo

For The Armchair Tourist


Google Street View: Angkor

Remember when you had to look through encyclopedias to see what places looked like?

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Fantasy Rooms

An imaginative site dedicated to collaging interiors

Random Rap Radio


An archive of all the radio shows that you thought you’d never hear again.

Virtually Letting Nature Take Over


Urban Jungle Street View is a google street view hack that turns any place into a tropical environment.

via, animal

Too Many Teardrops


The NYC Crying Guide explores the best and worst places to shed tears in the Big Apple.

via, itsnicethat

The Power of a Big Image


Not this one, but these. Fat guy dreams.

The History of The Smiths


Just interactive enough to be engaging without annoying or overstimulating

Hot Tweets


Drug Talk on Twitter

Google World

How BIG Is Google? Very big.

via, devour

Pornhub Comments on Valentines


Good one

Punk Rock in the Backyards of East Los Angeles


Angela Boatwright documents youth culture in this 4-part film series for Vans’ new #livingoffthewall project.

China’s ‘human flesh search engine’


A mob mentality China-sized: Thousands upon thousands of internet users-turned-vigilantes join forces to uncover suspected wrongdoers identities and make life miserable for them.

Louis C.K.’s Tomorrow Night


Three years before Pootie Tang, Louis C.K. wrote and directed a feature length movie shot on black and white 16mm film. Starring Steve Carell, JB Smoove, Wanda Sykes and Conan O’Brien amongst others, Louis wrote each character specifically for his comedian friends. While we’ve yet to watch it, the film is now up on his website to download for $5. Think of the purchase as you helping to finance Louie’s next movie, which he has promised to use some of the profits for.

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Essentially What An Online Course Taught By Wes Anderson Would Be Like


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Jerry Garcia, the Website


Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about Jerry, and more.

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