This is a video that was passed along to me around Christmas. It's absolutely full of win. A little creepy...but that's what makes it so great. Enjoy...I recommend watching it a few times.
[ Full Screen recommended ]
Written and Directed by: Rodrigo Blaas
Produced by: Cecile Hokes
Art Director: Alfonso Blaas
Lighting Supervisor: Jonatan Catalán
Character Technical Supervisor: Jaime Maestro
Character Design: Bolhem Bouchiba, Carlos Grangel,
Sergio Pablos, Santi Agustí
Animation: Daniel Peixe, ManueBover, Remi Hueso
Sound Design: Tom Myers and David Hughes
Post Production Coordinator: David Heras
Special Thanks: Keytoon, Next Limit, UserT38
Full credits: almashortfilm.com
Ok, so I bought a Motorola Droid on November 6th, 2009...the day they were released by Verizon & Google. I've been wanting an Android phone ever since I first heard of the project. Not because it's from Google (most of my friends give me shit because I'm pretty critical of the company), but rather because it's a cell phone running a Linux kernel. I don't consider myself a Linux fanboi (I run Windows XP on my desktop at home), but I didn't think it was this cool when Windows came to phones. I've been getting more into Linux on devices/appliances ever since I got my Cobalt RaQ4 a few years ago. I've now got a Cobalt RaQ4 on Debian running most of my home services, wireless router running dd-wrt & a phone running Android. Anyway...long story long...I was sent a link today that really made me laugh. Is Android really going to kill the iPhone or at least take a significant portion of its market share? I don't know. Linux hasn't killed Windows in quite a few years despite being touted as on the verge of doing just that. One thing is for certain, it's fun to see the debate. Enjoy.
Did you hear that?
Did the world just end?
I think it's starting.
Little Apocalypse is now online. Just in time, sugars.
The first incarnation includes stuff from Cassie Smyth, Paul Carrington, Tim Wiley, and Brandon French. ARAJAY is fleeing his own little apocalypse in the form of hurricane Gustav, so his contributions are understandably delayed. But we hope to have some of his material available with the September 7th or 14th updates.
We hope you enjoy the apocalypse.