Every once in a while something so weird comes along and we love it. Why? Because we get to write WTF?! And we're pretty sure that's what everyone reading this is going to say when they get to the end of this video from Australia's Central Institute of Technology.
The work comes from Henry Inglis and Aaron McCann, a comedy duo from Perth. In the video, the pair teleport from one part of the school to another. All goes swimmingly until close to the end when things go a bit awry.
If you're going to LeadsCon...wait, what? You haven't heard of LeadsCon? Guess we can't blame you. LeadsCon is a fairly new, fairly niche conference but it's content is pretty straight forward. It's all about leads. You have heard of leads, right? You know, those contacts you need to gather in order to sell product? Ah, now you see why a conference like LeadsCon might be important?
Now that we have that out of the way, we would be remiss if we didin't tell you we're sponsoring an event at the conference. Yes, it's a party and it's called the Lead King Party. Yea, we know. Cheesy name but this is a leads conference so you figure they have to work the word "lead" into the name of the event somehow, right?
Anyway, the event is Tuesday night, February 28 at Mario Barth inside the Mirage in Vegas. If you're going to LeadsCon, check out all the details and RSVP here. If you're not, then pardon this commercial interruption.
It would seem Kayak is at risk of becoming the travel site where really strange and weird people go to plan their vacations. At least that's what we're beginning to think after seeing Barton F. Graf 9000's work for the brand.
Check out this latest entry which involves a woman who has a thing for a flare gun.
To tout the amazing speed of the apparently blazing fast Samsung solid state hard drives, the crew from The Viral Factory hit the streets in search of laptop owners. They offered to replace a person's hard drive so they could experience the speed of Samsung's solid state drive. Four "SSD Angels" in an old ambulance approached random people on the street to fix the "broken relationship" people have with their laptop.