Destino by Salvador Dali and Walt Disney
Started in 1945 between the legendary painter and animator, Destino follows the ill-fated love between Chronos and a mortal woman. The six minute film took 58 years to complete after being rediscovered in 2000 and first ran at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival in Annecy, France.
MTV News on San Francisco 1990s CyberCulture
Gaw, it's like watching a missing scene from Hackers, which is still a damn fine movie mind you—just, quaint, by today's standards. [Boing Boing]
The Creepy Awesomeness of Talking Mannequins
Dang Jean Paul, why so stiff? Weird that these don't really trigger an Uncanny Valley response, maybe because we're used to people looking like this in Half Life?
Drive By Complimenter
So much for that whole "Random Acts of Kindness" campaign. Watch people on the street being utterly confounded by someone complimenting them. [Mashable]