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2009-04-30

The Unusual Architecture of Dubai

The Unusual Architecture of Dubai

Dubai is the most populated city in the United Arab Emirates with more than 1.5 million inhabitants. However, in 1975 this number was much smaller, something around 183,200. Seen by the whole world as a futuristic and modern city, t's in constantly change, Dubai has invested heavily in architecture, hiring some of the most famoust architects to project its skyline. - abduzeedo.com

Take a look at some of the most unusual projects in Dubai:
The Unusual Architecture of Dubai

Truck Loses A Trailer

And on the day that Ed would retire with a perfect record for having no trailer infractions, this had to go and happen! Sorry Ed, maybe next time:

2009-04-29

Have you seen the Channel Creature?



On 20th April 2009 Thierry and Sophie were enjoying a walk at the Boulogne Harbour. They are both passionate about boats and sea-life and intended filming the variety of boats sailing out of the harbour. As Thierry was filming, his eye glued to the lens, he suddenly became aware of a large shape which appeared on the horizon. Intrigued, he zoomed the camera in to focus more clearly and saw a huge, dark, rapidly moving object, which disappeared within a matter of seconds. Something of an amateur expert about the sea and marine life, he knew this was not simply the outline of a whale or any similar creature and was convinced that he had sighted some phenomenon as yet unseen by man. He decided to contact the AMR who are pursuing further investigations.

Subsequently the AMR has collected a substantial number of testimonials from different areas. The strong similarities between the descriptions seem to confirm the existence of a ‘gigantic’ and extremely ‘fast-moving’ creature off our shores.

We are calling for all witnesses of sightings of any strange phenomena in the English Channel to contact the AMR immediately via our website www.thechannelcreature.com. A reward is being offered for evidence leading directly to proof of this creature’s existence.

Free Hugs Prank: $2 Deluxe Hugs

Irritating the Free Hugs hippies, just because you CAN!

Weird Japanese medicine ad

I always thought Japanese people are weird, but now I now for sure, lol:

2009-04-28

Mike Henderson - Knife Act

Mike Henderson does a scary act on Britains Got Talent! Never try this at home...:

2009-04-27

Facebook manners and you

Here are some Facebook do’s and don’ts, explained in the style of a 1950s social networking sites. A funny video produced by YourTango:

Machu Piccu Post

Machu Piccu Post is a fantastic 3D film which tells us the story of an unexpected meeting between a young Peruvian boy living with his llama and a pilot from the airmail flying above the boy’s house. Animated short by Clement Crocq, Margaux Durand-Rival and Nicolas Novali, students from Supinfocom. Click Here for more:

2009-04-26

Most impressive ice formations


A picture gallery of some most impressive ice structures in the world, according to Scienceray.

Click to see more of them:

Most impressive ice formations

2009-04-25

6 of the Most Innocent-Looking Animal Assassins

A list of six most innocent-looking animal assassins, that will cause you a sweet and cute death if you don’t watch out. Below is the bullet ant, which “bitten by the ubiquitous bullet ant which could allegedly knock out a grown man for hours from the intense, burning pain”.

Click to start reading: 6 of the Most Innocent-Looking Animal Assassins

The longest way

Christoph Rehage planned to spend two years walking from Beijing to Western China, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Iran, Armenia, Turkey, and then to his home country Germany. He started the journey in the Fall of 2007. A year later, he walked 4646 km. It was an amazing journey, even it hasn’t met the schedule. Here is a timelapse video of pictures taken through his travel. Go his homepage for more info:

2009-04-24

Jon Greenhalgh - The note

Special piece of paper has its own mind and try to unite a boy and a girl at the railway station. Funny short by Jon Greenhalgh:

An honest spammer

At least the guy is honest, click the image for the full view:

2009-04-23

A smart fox - Catching mouses

A cool guy catching mouses under snow:

Siamese crocodiles

An unusual pair of conjoined Siamese crocodiles each have a head, but joined at the stomach with one tail and have four legs each. The animals are found in Samut Prakan, Thailand. Incredible:

2009-04-22

Eddie Izzard - Europe and World War II

Eddie Izzard talking about Europe and World War II, from the British comedian’s surrealist, ideas-based comedy: Dress to Kill. Watch the full show here.

2009-04-21

Vintage beer cans

An impressive collection of vintage beer cans from the past 70 years or so by Lance Wilson and Dan Becker. Click on the image to the Flickr’s set or see more here: Vintage beer cans

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The Gadget Orchestra - Bohemian Rhapsody

ohemian Rhapsody performed by an orchestra gadgets consisting of Atari 800XL, Texas Instruments TI-99/4a , 8 Inch Floppy Disk, 3.5 inch Harddrive and HP ScanJet 3C. The original sounds a bit better, but still beautiful work:

2009-04-20

Populous - Man Overboard

Stuard O’Keeffe used Maya and Adobe After Effects to create this interesting animation for the song Man Overboard by Populous:

The future of eating out

Crave UK recently went for dinner at Inamo restaurant in London, where interactive touch-sensitive tables take your order. Each table has an overhead projector and a mouse trackpad, so your dining surface is effectively a PC monitor. You can customize your “tablecloth,” play a video game against your companion, and order a taxi to get you home.

The restaurant's founders say the concept evolved from the simple idea of 'Wouldn't it be cool if you could just hit a button and a waiter brought you another beer?'

2009-04-19

Patrick Hughes - Signs

Beautiful drama short by Patrick Hughes for the Schweppes online film festival. This video is just brilliant:

RX-8 controlled from an iPod Touch

"Using a wi-fi connected iPhone the user can connect to a computer in the car which is connected to the Net using a separate internet connection. With this setup the user can now open doors, start the engine, monitor all of the car stats such as RPM, temperature, fuel tank, and if that isn’t enough you can even see where the car is on a Google map." - Amazing:

2009-04-18

What it’s like to shop at Ross

Join Sebastian Maniscalco to see how is it when you shop @ Ross:

2009-04-17

M!LF - Saint-Pramme

Woman should never forget to cool down their breasts. It's dutch but also fun to watch for the english viewers... It says it's good for relaxation:

2009-04-16

LEGO space shuttle



Stunning LEGO creation made from 65,000 bricks and 1590 hours to complete by two Japanese LEGOsmiths. It is the biggest creation in LEGO land ever. It is a part of the Nasu Space Center, and currently appeared at the Nasu Highland Amusement Park in Japan.

Click to see more: LEGO space shuttle

2009-04-15

2000th Post! - Stop motion with wolf and pig

It's our birthday today, the 2000th post on DyNamicLinQ, and that means change... YES WE CAN! So watch out and keep refreshing your browser 'cause something new is coming. Maybe a new design, maybe a contest, or just something totally different. But let's get back to why you came here: To watch cool stuff:

At first this guy photographed stop motion animation. And then displayed the photographs in his room and photographed it again. Enjoy a connection with the world of the room and the world in the photograph, really amazing:

Web Trend Map



The Web Trend Map is a yearly publication by Information Architects (iA). It maps the 333 leading web domains and the 111 most influential Internet people onto the Tokyo map.

2009-04-14

17 molecules that changed the world

A compilation by Cosmos magazine on 17 molecules and substances that changed the human world. Below is Aspirin, one of the most popular painkiller ever made by human.

Click to start reading: 17 molecules that changed the world

How ants communicate with each other

This video shows an experiment that finds out how ants communicate when they are looking for food, for example. They make different signals depending on the situation:

2009-04-13

Jumping off the Burj Dubai

In May, a Brit and a Frenchman snuck on to the under-construction Burj Dubai and BASE jumped from it at 650 meters up. Now, there’s video available of their infiltration, jump and subsequent escape:

Susan Boyle - Britains Got Talent 2009

47 Year old Susan Boyle wows the judges with her performance in the auditions for Britains Got Talent, singing I dreamed a dream from Les Miserables:

2009-04-12

Honda - Let it shines

Interesting video ads for Honda using car headlights as pixels. Created by Zach Watkins, Craig Melchiano and Mark Sloan:

Ball Droppings game



Draw lines to catch the bouncing balls and enjoy the music they make. A little physics-based music game by Joshua T. Nimoy.

Click to launch: Ball Droppings

Reza - Human

60 second global awareness PSA sensationalizing the excessive, all-consuming nature of the human being. This cute and naive Earth stands no chance against such an insatiable parasite. Witness its utter demise in a fun and sickening kind of way.

2009-04-10

A Magnetic Movie

A award winning Semiconductor film by Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt, produced @ the NASA Space Sciences Laboratory, UC Berkeley, California, USA:

Gadget Grand Prix

Another viral Samsung video ad clip of 8 ”cars” are racing in the office. Let’s see who will win the race:

2009-04-09

Water footprint



As we become more and more aware that we may be using water at an unsustainable pace, the idea of water footprints—the amount of water an individual uses—is becoming more common. Water footprints can be hard to calculate, depending on how far up the chain of production you go, since everything you eat and buy used some water to produce (to feed cows for beef, for example, or to use in the factory that made your cell phone).

Read more: Good Magazine - How much water do YOU use?

Dog in a fetching blue sweater

This dog must have drunk a lot of beer...:

2009-04-08

Samsung SSD

A viral video advertising the new SSD drives by Samsung. Well, the speed does not only depend on the drives...:

Civiballs game

Choose Greece, Egypt or China and solve the puzzles by cutting the chains. Your aim: use the left mouse button to cut a chain to drop all the colored balls into the amphoras with the same color.
PLAY: Civiballs

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2009-04-07

Brian Regan - Food

Hilarious short clip from the comedian Brian Regan on shortcomings of the things we eat:

Animal Friendship - Cat & rabbit

How amazing can nature be?:


2009-04-06

Microsoft - Vision of the future

We have seen many predictions of the near future, here is one by Microsoft. Or by Apple?

Wiispray - Digital Graffiti

It's done with trains and walls full of ugly graffiti, cause virtual graffiti is coming, with the help of the WiiSpray, a Wii controller hacked by a student:

2009-04-05

Hauschka - Morgenrot

Beautiful, weird and interesting short by Jeff Desom for the song Morgenrot by Hauschka:

Magic Pen 2



The latest version of a physics based game that was already posted on DyNamicLinQ, where you have to build various constructions by your pen to pass the levels.

Click to launch: Magic Pen 2

2009-04-04

Make: Kite aerial photography

A professor of architecture at UC Berkeley, Chris Benton shows a technique of using kites to capture stunning aerial photos. Go to his website for more info and pics:

2009-04-03

7 phenomenal wonders of the natural world



Mother nature is a great creator.

See a beautiful collection of 7 phenomenal natural wonders of the world at WebEcoist

Breast… enlargement ringtone

Discovery Channel has an interesting video on an unique technique of Dr.Tomobechi from Japan, which can… enlarge a woman’s breast size by 3 centimetres just by listenning to particular ringtones within 10 days. Science or science fiction? You decide:

2009-04-02

KallOut - Search outside the box



For the people using Firefox (Best browser in my opinion), KallOut is a new addon and a convenient way to get more information about any word on any website. After selecting a word or phrase, KallOut's BestGuess system finds the most relevant results on the web for that phrase. KallOut then places these BestGuesses into a menu next to your selection.

More info and download: KallOut - Search outside the box

2009-04-01

The Tonga volcano eruption

An undersea volcano erupted off the coast of Nuku’Alofa, Tonga on 18 March 2009. It created colums of stream and ash up to 100 metres into the air:

Parrot plays sports

This cute parrot is amazing with his ability to play tricks and … sports. Amazing: