Yikes, these animal hybrids are so hilariously terrifying

Don't be surprised if in the future crazy scientists will have tampered with genetics so much that they'll create insane animal hybrid mashups. And not just designer dogs but psycho frigs, horsquirrels, eagluanas and chinchillapotamuses. They'll probably look a lot like these excellent photoshopped animals. » 7/17/14 9:39pm 7/17/14 9:39pm

All Your Favorite Weed References in One Glorious Supercut

Turns out, the American motion picture and music recording industry loves weed just as much the rest of us do. For more than 60 years, weed's been getting name-dropped in pop culture—from early propaganda videos like Reefer Madness to more recent celebrations of stoner culture like Half Baked. Eclectic method… » 4/18/14 12:00am 4/18/14 12:00am

Run From Zombies In Your Own Neighborhood With Google Street View

The fellows over at Wonder-Tonic have come up with a fantastic Street View mash-up that lets you test your zombie survival skills on your own turf—just type in your address and run run run from the undead horde. If this is to believed, I've got a good 120 seconds or so to finish my bucket list after the outbreak pops… » 2/25/11 12:40pm 2/25/11 12:40pm

The UBiqWindow: Google Earth Hologram Device You'll Want

If you can forgive the crap music, you'll just love this video of Google Earth mashed up with a hologram machine. This is real, and I want one very, very badly. By combining a 2D mid-air projection system and motion sensors, the device gives you a gesture-based interface for exploring the world. The term "badass"… » 7/04/08 9:30am 7/04/08 9:30am

Girl Talk Meets the Macbook Air Commercial, Lends it Some Street Cred

Girl Talk, the manic mashup artist who combines hundreds and hundreds of samples to create his frenetic, ADD music, just released his new album, Feed the Animals last week (as a pay-what-you-want download, incidentally). It includes a song with "New Soul" by Yael Naim sampled, the song from the Macbook Air ad. Of… » 6/23/08 9:55am 6/23/08 9:55am