Keith Fenimore takes a lightning look at what’s been trending this week in social media. [Feb 25 – Mar 1]
In support of his first album release in over a decade, David Bowie is back on the scene with a high-concept short film music video in which he stars alongside quirky companion, actress Tilda Swinton.
The only other high-concept short film music video to rival this level of performance, production value, and disturbing imagery is a little ditty from 1985 called “Party All The Time” starring Rick James and Eddie Murphy…
In an attempt to create a viral video, Oreo launched a challenge to see if an “inventor” could successfully create a contraption that would separate an Oreo’s cookie from its cream:
Well, I guess we can all stop panicking about the impending Sequester, because American ingenuity will get us out of this mess—just as soon as we're done squandering our brainpower on cookie-separating machines.
This how-to video about curling your hair goes horribly wrong when a piping hot curling iron burns the side curl right off this poor girl’s head.
Leave the curling irons to the pros, and by "pros" I mean literally anyone else.
More disturbing than death itself is a new service being offered by a company called LivesOn, which will continue servicing the Twitter feeds of the deceased with custom Tweets after they’re dead.
What about the untapped pre-birth market? Any chance someone could start a neo-natal Twitter feed, so infants pop out with a solid Twitter following?
In an attempt to further piss off Iran, the Oscar winning film Argo has been altered in this mash-up with the movie Home Alone.
It’s rumored that Spike Lee is working on an even more controversial mash-up, pairing Ferris Bueller's Day Off with Django Unchained.
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