I originally heard this song on the Jam Band station my boss always listens to at work and I just really liked the sound of it.
I’m not much of a fan of jam band stuff, but this song was funny and the I thought the hook of the song was really clever.
I guess a YouTube user by the name of
lazyboy0172 created the animation of the music video. I chose this one out of the many other live concert videos on YouTube because it helps to follow along with the song really easily.
Feed Revolution is a service I’ve been looking for, for a very long time.
There are lots of great music artists out there, and plenty of which I try to buy their entire collections.
For the main stream artists, it’s usually really easy to keep up with new releases because they’re plastered all over the internet and Best Buy ads.
Keeping up with lesser known artists though, is tough as hell.
That’s why I’m gonna start putting all my favorite music groups in Feed Revolution that way I’m always notified of new releases.
The only bad part of the service is that I’ll probably be spending a lot more money on CD’s than I already am.
A YouTube user by the name of Kutiman has taken a whole bunch of different videos from the site and mixed them all together to make one really great funk song.
This video is just crazy and it sounds awesome. I don’t even know how many videos are mashed up here, but it sure is a lot. Check it out below.
Fitness First in Rotterdam in The Netherlands has taken advertising to a whole new level.
If you sit down on the bus stop bench, the advertisement attached to the bus shelter will display your weight for all to see.
I’m sure this would be really embarrassing if someone sat down and didn’t notice what was going on, but you have to hand it to the gym for creativity.
What happens if you don’t wash your hands and then you eat dinner? You discover that your food actually tastes better, that’s what. That’s how Constantin Fahlberg discovered the sweetener Saccharin.
Or how about the invention of the pacemaker? Wilson Greatbatch, an American Engineer, was trying to create a circuit that could record fast heart sounds.
But instead of grabbing a 10,000-ohm resistor, he accidentally picked up a 1-megaohm one, which pulsed for 1.8 milliseconds and stopped for one second; just like a normal heartbeat.
Check out this great article over at Discovery.com listing the
Top 10 Accidental Inventions for more.