I love this.
I’ve seen it, and it is one of my favorite documentaries. It’s a shame the filmmakers can’t show video to bolster the Kickstarter campaign, but the number of lawsuits this movie has already earned them has likely taught them not to tempt fate.
No idea if this is real, but I hope it is.
Metafilter’s Matt Haughey provides a peek behind the curtain of how the site runs so smoothly. In putting together this video, he also proposed a great future feature for keynote that would easily enable documenting presentations like this.
Shiga has been doing some of the most innovative work in the medium, but much of it is already out of print. So: this video summary of his work is very welcome.
Proceeds benefit 826.
There were a lot of them.
The bots are replaced by a dog named ‘Ketchup’ and an emperor penguin named ‘Fidel.’
This is the best.
“As in most cases, I am right and you are wrong.”