Love Is Love: In a Heartbeat

Esteban Bravo (left) and Beth David (right) [LA Times]With over 22,000,000 views in just one week, this little animated short by computer animation students, Esteban Bravo and Beth David, has taken the internet by storm. The young creators of the project said they wanted to challenge the notion that LGBT content is not suitable or appropriate for young audiences. The… Continue reading

Art of the Gif

Feeling a bit giffy today? These are from a post I encountered at this link at fubiz. Other gifs of the naked model can be found at this link. And then we have this cool animated gif. <img class=”alignnone size-medium wp-image-826635″ src=”http://www.fubiz.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Poetic-and-Absorbing-Wavy-Animated-GIFs-6.gif” alt=”” width=”900″ height=”444″ />… Continue reading

A New Lease on Life

I came across this awesome story on Imgur about a 1907 upright bound for the dump. sicksick0331 gave it a new life. It could never play again without a complete rebuild; so, he turned it into a desk. So glad he shared! I found an old upright piano that someone on craigslist was giving away for free. They had said… Continue reading

I Believe in Synchronicity…

It starts around 1 minute and 20 seconds and the energy transference is complete rather quickly! For an explanation of how it happens, check out this link at Open Culture. Here’s the short answer from Gizmodo: “the metronomes are transferring energy to the platform they’re on, which then transfers that energy back to the metronomes—until they all sync up and… Continue reading

How Can You Not Love San Francisco?!

If you’re of my generation you probably saw the TV series, The Streets of San Francisco, and you know how crazy steep many of the streets are in the city. Or, you may have simply visited the city. You haven’t lived until you’ve slogged up some of those painfully steep streets. But what if you could flatten the streets with… Continue reading