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French photographer Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze's latest project Vertical Horizon takes a refreshing look at the vertical horizon of Hong Kong, the city where renowned architects from around the world compete to build the tallest and most beautiful buildings. According to Jacquet-Lagrèze, his project aims to remind people to look up at the structures shaping the world around them.
Comedian Robin Williams chimed in on Kim Kardashian's custom-designed Riccardo Tisci evening gown by comparing it to the floral dress he wore in the 1993 comedy film Mrs. Doubtfire. The socialite's attire became quite a hit during Monday's Met Gala, spawning a series of photoshopped images poking fun at the reality star's "sofa slipcover"-like dress.
Do you see what's going on in this GIF? Yesterday morning, CNN Newsroom anchor Ashleigh Banfield and CNN Headline News anchor Nancy Grace were discussing the Cleveland kidnapping case "via satellite," which is a great way to communicate for those who aren't standing in the same parking lot, and of course, they were. Show More Summary
To promote the upcoming season premiere of Arrested Development on May 26th, Netflix has launched a pop-up shop tour of Bluth's Original Frozen Banana Stand, which will serve up real frozen bananas and photo ops with cast members inShow More Summary
In the latest edition of "kiss cam" FAILs, the entire audience at a Fresno Grizzlies baseball game witnesses a spectacular break up via Jumbotron.
Missouri artisan Jon Jones created this beautiful piece of instrument known as the Wheelharp, a keyboard that emulates the sounds of an entire orchestra string through a single-cylinder rotating wheel that acts as a bow against its 61 strings. But before you get too excited, this orchestra-in-one doesn't run cheap: the cheapest model starts at $10,000.
This morning, YouTube unveiled a Trends Map breaking down the site's top videos in the United States by regions, age and gender demographics. According to the YouTube official blog, the top videos are selected based on their YouTube views as well as the frequency of shares within a 12 to 24 hour time span.
The Syrian Electronic Army (SEA), a hacking collective with a recent history of compromising social media accounts owned by major news agencies such as the AP and Reuters, has taken responsibility for infiltrating The Onion's Twitter feed yesterday. Show More Summary
Ever wonder what detrimental effect the Internet may be having on your brain? The Epipheo YouTube channel animated an interview with author Nicholas Carr, who argues that constant Internet use is harming our long term memory by over-stimulating and dividing our attention and that could be threatening our very humanity. Show More Summary
As the decade-old cold kidnapping case of three women unraveled in Ohio yesterday, Cleveland resident Charles Ramsey who helped the three women escape from the captor's house quickly emerged as the hero of the day, not to mention his viral video fame that is already in the making.
Actors Jesse Tyler Ferguson and George Takei address how to deal with homophobic neighbors in this delightful parody of the 1961 short propaganda film Boys Beware brought to you by CollegeHumor.
Ever imagined what Shakespeare would look like if he were alive today? The British television channel Yesterday commissioned several illustrations of historical figures re-imagined as if they were still around for the biographical series Secret Life Of. Show More Summary
The real-life worshipping of Tardar enters a new chapter with The Grumpy Cat Art Project, a multimedia exhibition and auction event in honor of the Internet celebrity cat put together by more than 30 artists-in-residence at the Lowe Mill Arts & Entertainment center in Huntsville, Alabama. Show More Summary
Check out this compilation of heartwarming moments caught on dashboard cameras that will surely restore some of your faith in humanity (and in Russia to a lesser degree).
We can't say we didn't see this coming, folks. Hotmail has gone the way of the dinosaur. Microsoft announced yesterday that the company had completed migrating all 300 million active Hotmail accounts over to the new Outlook mail, officially hammering the final nail in the coffin of the free email service.
A Twitter hashtag prank that entails publicly spying on a random teenager has entered a new chapter this week, as teenagers began firing back at the stalking adults with their own mocking hashtag campaign #FollowAnAdult. Though first...Show More Summary
This is the exterior view of the new headquarters building that is currently under construction for China's state-run propaganda newspaper People's Daily. /Giggles/
Comedian Josh Robert Thompson reads the infamous sorority girl e-mail rant in the voice of Morgan Freeman. Note: this video contains profane language; viewer discretion is advised.
Since the publication of the "Easterlin paradox" in 1974, researchers from around the globe have been trying to prove whether or not a person's net worth correlates with how happy they are. In 2008, Betsey Stevenson and Justin Wolfers found a logarithmic correlation between one's income and life satisfaction. Show More Summary
Who knew drinking iced tea in a parking lot could get you arrested? This footage of a plain clothes police officer arresting a man who apparently refused to hand over his Arizona Iced Tea has been making the rounds today, with many viewers calling it out as a clear abuse of authority. Show More Summary