Titus Andronicus's /. reply/comment mentioned a twenty-five minutes and 38 seconds Weather Underground documentary video showing "Dead Heat: Overturning the World's Hottest Temperature" on an investigation and decertification of the world's hottest temperature set at Al Azizia, Libya in 1922.
Blue's News shared a Flash puzzle game titled "Scribble" on Games For Work and its official web site, BubbleBox -- "Draw lines with limited ink to make all the balls roll into the container without falling off." and "Blots are small creatures made of ink, they aren't too bright and never look where they are going! Guide them to safety using your special drawing powers. You only have a limited amount of ink that you can draw, so be careful how much ink you use. Ink will dissapear after a while, make sure the blots are safe before your lines dissapear."
'Connected Televisions/TVs' Still Not Very Connected/Internet Connected TVs Are Used To Watch TV, And That’s About AllSubmitted by ant on Thu, 12/27/2012 - 12:24pm. Art/Design | Communication | History | Mouseyisms | Personal | Religion/Culture | Shopping | Sight Seeings | Technology | Television (TV) Show/Movie
The National Purchase Diary (NPD) Group Blog reports that "Internet Connected TVs Are Used To Watch TV, And That’s About All -- The Internet connected high definition television (HDTV) screen has so far failed to break beyond the bounds of its TV-centric heritage, with little use for the big screen beyond the obligatory video services.
What did you think of the third James Bond movie (Skyfall) compared to the other two with Daniel Craig?Submitted by ant on Wed, 12/26/2012 - 7:03pm. History | Personal | Religion/Culture | Sight Seeings | Television (TV) Show/Movie
VideoSift shares a 4.25 minutes YouTube music video, with parodies and spoofs, showing some YouTubers starring in a mash-up of culturally defining moments of 2012. Can you spot all the references? There are also interactive surprises/Easter eggs too. See Reddit comment for the answers and links. There is also a six minute and 14 seconds behind the scenes on YouTube.
This ReverendFun comic strip shows what happen one puts very bright Christmas lights on a house.