A compilation of people doing the original (real) Harlem Shake video.
And an article on The Atlantic about how the meme of the “Harlem Shake” went viral – not through word of mouth, but through a company promoting a song – How Memes Are Orchestrated by the Man
And an article on Al B, the dude who originated the Harlem Shake dance – Harlem Shake Inspired by Harlem Mom. He was imitating his mom dancing.
Nice video recap of the first 4 seasons of Warehouse 13 to promote the show’s 5th season starting April 29th.
“Single brunette female seeks same for hologram play and rope tricks” – glad they kept H.G. Wells in the mix. Fun explanation of her relationship with Mika.
How cool is this that the actors from the Batman TV show starred in a political public ad in the early 1960’s? You’d never see this today. In case you were wondering after watching the below video, the Equal Pay Act of 1963 did get passed, and has improved women’s salaries, but needs to be amended to achieve the true aims of the bill, because women are still paid on 77 cents on the dollar compared to men.
The EPA’s equal pay for equal work goals have not been completely achieved, as demonstrated by the BLS data and Congressional findings within the text of the proposed Paycheck Fairness Act. President Barack Obama said in March 2011 that he will continue to fight for the goals in the Paycheck Fairness Act. The bill was reintroduced in both houses of Congress in April 2011.
Via – My Modern Metropolis: Las Vegas’ Wheel of Misfortune.
Street artist Aware decided to take a “glass half empty” approach and humorously created a giant non-spinning Wheel of Misfortune at an old magnesium plant – appropriately located in Las Vegas.
Posting in case Stephanie hasn’t seen this awesomesauce yet… Kristen Chenoweth and Anna Kendrick singing “for Good” at the Trevor Projects‘ Trevor Live benefit.
Not only is the song really good, the reactions of the women filming the song are pretty adorable, too.
(Stephanie has a crush on Anna Kendrick. Kirsten Chenoweth is on my short list.)
Parody of “Birthday Cake” by Rihanna ft. Chris Brown. Lyrics quoted directly from Rihanna’s police report.
Beautiful photography of the alphabet refracted through bubbles, set to Richard Pryor saying the alphabet on Sesame Street.
Wow – you select what you want to recycle, and they give you a list of locations you can take it too. Very nice.
are women and men equals?