Do you remember what it feels like “After the Disco?” Or let me rephrase that: if you could remember anything about what you did after hitting the club, it would probably look something like this video by the Broken Bells and directed by Jacob Gentry in conjunction with the Creators Project. Basically you arrive at… Continue reading Broken Bells Presents: What’s It Like After the Disco?
Are you ready to get thrown for a loop and lose yourself to dance once again? Neil Sanders is an Austalian illustrator and part of LoopdeLoop, a bi-monthly animation challenge for designers. The theme for this month is hallucinations, and after you check out Sanders’ Dance Planet series, below, you might feel like you’re tripping,… Continue reading Lose Yourself to Dance Planet [GIFs]
Our society has been a sucker for the big exit since the days of Jerry Maguire’s famous last words, “Who’s coming with me?”, to Peter Gibbons from Office Space deciding, “I’m just gonna stop going.” It would take a lot of passion, flare, or lack of care to top these departures in real life. Marina… Continue reading I’m Gone: How to Quit in Fabulous Style
Music is passionate and powerful. The right song can make a moment magical, while the wrong song can kill the mood instantaneously. The soundtrack behind a video or in a particular location is critical to the tone that’s set. Video creators know this, but making good music or finding access to available free music to… Continue reading YouTube Launches Audio Library, Giving You Free Music for Your Videos
When it comes to dancing with danger, major sites seem to prefer a less hip but more stable partner while shuffling to the two-step verification beat: your mobile phone. See, when internet accounts tend to get compromised, they are oftentimes illegitimately accessed from a new computer (or unknown device). Google Google provides a 2-step verification,… Continue reading Why Social Sites are Dancing the Two-Step Verification