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Remember this for future purposes when trying to create laserable quality graphics and logos from crappy sources in Photoshop.
Premier Gal to the rescue.
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Hey Bob … thanks for sharing this today. What a series of fantastic backwards events in this video. This is all I have … Just a nice place for me to find this video in the future.
Hey Apple – Happy 15 years of MP3 Portable Music Player Awesomeness. Thanks for our 6.5oz – 5 GB – 1,000 song MP3 player that had the first original 20 minute skip protection with a Firewire chargeable battery that provided 10 continuous hours of music playback in an ultra-portable device that ultimately changed the world! I think we can all safely say the last 15 years was better then the 15 years that proceeded it … all due to the ability of rocking out to our own music anywhere we could possibly dream, on our iPods!
I remember my first iPod party … it took 2.5 days to continuously and randomly play all 1,035 songs on my iPod. Ironically, the final song played happened to be “Closing Time” by Semisonic. 2.5 years later Apple partnered with HP + Compaq to to introduce the first and only iPod licensed product called the “Apple iPod by HP”. What a bullshit move really, for Apple fanatics … but in reality it was genius. HP’s tagline at the time was “Invent” which was laughable, but in 2004 HP shipped over 30 million computers, which all had iTunes compounded with the iTunes Music Store as the default music player. The rest of the story … is just history.
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Get on the Rubik’s Cube movement … it’s slowly happening again thanks to some new magic shows and Americas Got Talent, Steven Brundage.
This kid Collin Burns is the real deal, and really freak’n fast. Obviously he is the current world record holder. On the magic side of things though, follow this story.
How do you sell Solar FREAKIN’ Roadways?
You take this video:
And turn it into this video:
Then you support this campaign:
Solar FREAKIN’ Roadways INDIEGOGO Campaign <— $479,295 So who is this guy who re-created this original Solar Roadways Indiegogo campaign from Scott and Julie Brusaw and turned it into this completely new masterpiece? I aim to find out. Whoever you are - Way to TSOIGDH Solar Roadways, into Solar FREAKIN' Roadways! Genius. [Huffington Post on Solar FREAKIN’ Roadways]
[YouTubeUlar] <— 441,095 Ummmmm, I've never been a fan of Microsoft ever... and especially since they acquired Bungie back in 2000 to steal Halo away from the macintosh platform in favor of their unreleased XBox platform.
Not many people realize how integral Bungie was to the Macintosh platform for keeping Apple’s computing platform more awesome than the others (Windows)… but it’s true. If you can remember Pathways Into Darkness then you most certainly will remember Marathon, Myth, and totally fucking awesome Oni.
Obviously Marathon was finally ported to Windows in 1996, and the entire trilogy is now available for free on all platforms – but that didn’t completely change the company from abandoning the Macintosh platform as Bungie’s developing platform of choice. Bungie loved Apple and during the 1999 MacWorld Keynote Address Steve Jobs allowed Jason Jones to unveil Halo for the first time to a public audience to showcase Apple’s new adoption of OpenGL.
On June 19th, 2000 Microsoft announced that it had acquired Bungie Software and that Bungie would become Bungie Studios underneath the Microsoft Game Division. Luckily the core team of Bungie game developers resisted all of Microsofts efforts to ‘boring’ize the group and they were actually able to finish Halo specifically for the XBox and thus changing the world of gaming… again.
Bungie continued making Halo 2 (2004) and Halo 3 (2007) underneath Microsoft and specifically for the XBox until 5 days after Halo 3 was released and they announced they were leaving the ‘boring’ giant. After leaving they continued development work on the Halo brand for a couple years until finally parting with Microsoft with a new publishing deal with Activision Blizzard in 2010.
And now, finally – that your slightly educated – we can announce the future of gaming… Pathways Out of Darkness — Destiny.
[YouTubeUlar] <— 4,949,334 I just hope IllumiRoom does some stellar work with this game.
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I want to drive slot cars again. Thanks for the inspiration behind random projects Audi. Oh… and thanks for quattro. My 1997 1.8TQ A4 is about to hit 222,222 miles :)
[YouTubeUlar] <— 581,519 Trillion Frames per Second = Femto-Photography = Light in Motion If this is interesting to you... watch this super awesome TED talk. Then stick your fingers up this MIT Photon Camera Project.
Ever since I was a child and learned about the speed of light traveling 186,282 miles per second… I have always questioned to know if the speed of light of the shadow of an object technically could be faster then the actually speed of light?
Now my question has been confirmed … to be even more interesting then originally thought. If you have zero idea what I am actually talking about, then we are in the same boat.
But think about it.
[Vimeo] <— 5,786 I was lucky enough to meet Tony Fadell in 2002 at Apples World Wide Developers Conference. He was a busy guy... but we connected for a brief conversation about awesomeness. He went on to create some of the most amazing gidgets and gadgets we carry in our pockets at Apple and is now working on an automagically self programming thermostat that you just want to hold.
Cheers to 99% for standing him up and asking some decent questions.
In the history of HYDLE.com… this ridiculous “TSOIGDH” entry marks my 999th public blog post since May of 2009 – When I started this crazy world of blogging ideas, thoughts and Genius vs. Not Genius intermanents and social media successes or failures.
So for the sake of getting google credit for it…
Turning shit on it’s god damn head is going to be my 1 single inspiration for the next 999 blogpost entries. I can’t wait to open up my connection layer for all my loyal readers… so I can start finding out who you actually are.
Cheers to 999!
Purposely not embedding this… if you want it – you are going to need the time to watch it, and manually copy and paste that bioootch into the interManets.
“They say talk is cheap, but based on usage, most folks must think texting is cheaper…
Truth is we live in a world dominated by mobile phones – there are actually more phones than there are people in the U.S. – yet we barely speak to each other anymore.
Our phones have become everything but a device to speak into (unless you’re one of the iPhoners who talk to Siri).
Phone or no phone, we should talk more, don’t you think?”
What more can I say – Genius.
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“As the winner of the Green Side of Business program, presented by GOOD and UPS, San Francisco’s DODOcase was awarded $10,000 to to invest in sustainability efforts. Learn more about what they did to change how they do business.”
Congratulations Patrick Buckley and DODOcase for winning the Green Side of Business Award and being a part of this nice little production.
Back in September Lance Atkins, aNt Rogers and I had a pretty fun night hanging out with the DODOcase crew in San Francisco. This random night included beer, football, more beer, ping pong, lots of ideas, amazing views and even lasers.
[YouTube] <— 3,688 As 2011 draws to a close and 2012 comes upon us... I would like to insert the event of losing Steve Jobs as the most impactful story that crossed my life this past year. Welcome to the memory bank Steve, you were here before and you will forever remain. More on this from me to come at a later date... For now you can consume these. [WIRED — Steven Levy]
[UNIX – Where it all came from]