If you make this fullscreen and really sink into it, the narrator could easily be talking about you or me, as well.
For all you cube-monkeys out there, sometimes, this is how you feel, amirite?
Ever had one of those days where you just can’t get that one to-do item marked off, no matter what you do? Death has those days, too.
On a dying world, the cloaked personification of Death and a robot have one thing in common: They’re both extremely bored. But when they finally dare to come out of hiding and meet one another, they change not only each other, but their world.
One of the best places to see interesting and high quality videos is Vimeo, and today’s Wednesday Watch video comes from their Staff Picks stream. JohnnyExpress is a story about a lazy deliveryman in the future. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and you’ll be amazed at the ending.
Wednesday Watch is a new series that I’m starting as an easy way to share the various videos that I come across during my Internet wanderings. First up is a great little animated short about a pair of ridiculously unlucky undertakers. It’s only about 10 minutes long, and it’s quite funny. Enjoy.
It’s no secret that I’m completely obsessed with Time Lapse photography. When I’m a useless old man, I’ll most likely end up wandering this great globe of ours finding cool places to shoot Time Lapse videos of. That’s ironic because it’ll be towards the end of my time on this planet – I’ll be spendingContinue reading “Pacific Northwest Timelapse”
In addition to my many, many other obsessions, I love love love time-lapse videos. Especially ones of stars, which is odd because I’ve never really had an interest in astronomy (or astrology, for that matter). Time-lapse is so fascinating because it’s a view of our world that you can’t see with your own eyes –Continue reading “From The Space Station: Time-Lapse Stars”
It’s no secret that I love Vimeo. I love that it’s so easy to find real, quality videos, without having to wade through all the incessant junk that’s on YouTube*. So, you can imagine that I love even more that Vimeo has a real live Android app now, so I can enjoy it on myContinue reading “Vimeo Finally Hits Android”
I’ve been doing online videos for years – the first video on my YouTube channel was uploaded in June of 2007, and I’ve made many more than show up on my personal YouTube channel. I hosted a weekly video podcast that ran for nearly 2 years, and even today, with my job at RadioShack, IContinue reading “Why I Love Vimeo (And Tolerate YouTube)”