500 points.

This is remarkable. YouTube user NotEntirelySure managed to beat Super Mario Bros. with only 500 points. That means he/she doesn’t get a single coin, kill a single enemy, bust a single block, and he finishes every level by hitting the flag as low as possible, with literally ZERO seconds left on the clock. If you’ve played this game before, you’ll know immediately how insane this is. Watch below, but be warned, it gets INTENSE when the Hammer Bros. show up in World 8-3.


“What I Likes”

I’m not the biggest fan of remixes; I don’t really have much against them, it’s just that I rarely am interested enough to listen to them in earnest. However, I occasionally stumble across an exception (like “Garden Of Your Mind“), and this is definitely one of them. All composed of sounds of Mary Poppins. Via Nick Bertke, aka Pogo. He’s got lots of great stuff on his page.

I’m going to start sitting down this way.

Daft Punk x Michael Jackson

Not everything on the Internet is awful. Some of it is unexpectedly incredible.

The Making of Great Album Art

This is a really cool video about the making of the album artwork for John Mayer’s Born And Raised. David A. Smith is a UK-based craftsman who works with glass embossing, gilding and sign-making. His work has a turn-of-the-century aesthetic. It is remarkable to see this guy’s work procedure and this video is only 18 minutes, with awesome instrumental tracks from Born And Raised. I highly recommend it.

Pretty awesome video. Water flowing in a sine wave. Looks fake but the video shows it’s not.

Just Blaze is Number 4 on my Top 5 Favorite Producers list. This entry in the Crate Diggers series by Fuse explains why.

Oh yeah, for a minute I forgot David Ryan Harris has one of the strongest and most versatile voices around. Gosh he is great.


This is an oddly mesmerizing video. This UK-based artist, Sue Austin, has gotten her wheelchair completely equipped for underwater…floating? I’m not sure what you call it. But it allows her to explore underwater. Pretty sweet. Video link here. Via the Smithsonian.

Dark Knight by Hitchcock

Just another tribute to the magnificence of Christopher Nolan’s filmmaking. This is the opening scene of The Dark Knight set to the opening music of Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo. The first few minutes bizarrely sync up like clockwork. A huge fluke or did Nolan intend to insert the most random easter eggs ever?

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