Is this video of Crow Sledding proof of evolution?

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By Eric Collins in Video on Wednesday 20 February 2013

I discovered this from a Slate podcast a while back. Regardless if this is not demonstrative of an animals intelligence, I have a hard time believing that humans are the only beings evolving. I hope this expands our concepts of what is really happening around us.

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Why Bhutan is the happiest place in the world

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By Cormack O'Connor in Cool Travel on Wednesday 13 February 2013

What exactly is happiness? How can we measure it? Where can we find it? How can we get more of it? These are the questions that four intrepid travelers – a journalist, economist, blogger and cinematographer – intend to get to the bottom of on a planned Quest for Happiness through the mountains, valleys, villages, […]

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How to collect your own Edible Weeds

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By Cormack O'Connor in Video on Friday 8 February 2013

Who knew finding and collecting your own food could be so entertaining? And dangerous. If you’ve been thinking about breaking free from the monotony of your local supermarket, and you’re sick of the fact that you actually have to pay for food, you should try snacking on the pesky weeds you find in your own […]

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The Adventures of an Australian Glass Blower

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By Cormack O'Connor in Video on Thursday 7 February 2013

It makes sense that Llewelyn Ash loves the outdoors, as his work reflects the unique Australian landscape in which he lives. Through this, Ash explores the concepts of belonging, longing and personal change; bounding natural elements with the human experience. I know, you want to know more. Luckily, videographer Benjamin Dowie has made a great […]

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Don’t Let Me Go: new music video by Alex Dueckminor

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By Alex Dueckminor in Video on Monday 14 January 2013

I’m a director and graphic designer from Munich and I’ve just released this music video I’ve done for American-based producer, singer and DJ, Ruckazoid. It’s an experimental journey into alternative graph realities and depicts an abstract intergalactic love story. My inspiration for this video derives from natural pattern formation, interpersonal relationships, and the need for […]

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Just Passing Through: a short movie by Isaiah Corey

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By Andrea Caccese in Video on Thursday 11 October 2012

This passionate short movie was directed by Seattle-based film maker Isaiah Corey as a recollection of his long journey through Europe. 13 countries, 40 trains, 80 days. The soundtrack is Echoes of Mine by M83.

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Furby is back, hide yourself now

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By Low Lai Chow in Video on Tuesday 18 September 2012

Of all childhood toys to reboot, Furby has made its comeback, and it was launched worldwide on Sept 16. It comes with LCD saucers for eyes, making it look possessed and immensely emotive. It has no power button, meaning you can’t switch it off, making it extraordinarily annoying. A Furby iOS app even translates Furbish […]

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Vyclone: an app for compiling videos

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By Bryan Stewart in New Products on Wednesday 22 August 2012

This is a really nice app, and a great way to get film of an event. By using the app, phones shooting video in the same location can compile all the footage from their friends to create a multi-angle edit. Smart.

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Probably the most horrific ice cream ad you’ll ever watch

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By Low Lai Chow in Video on Friday 10 August 2012

You know what they say about YouTube comments. Always read them. One went, ‘Never watch at this after 00.00 It was fuckin´horrible’. We clearly didn’t heed that and merrily skipped ahead to watch a Japanese bloke covered in goop stare at us as he ate ice cream off the top of his head. Another said, […]

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Thailand’s smoking kids ask a really obvious question

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By Low Lai Chow in Video on Saturday 30 June 2012

Ogilvy Thailand recently created a television commercial for Thai Health Promotion Foundation featuring cig-waving kids who try to get a light from street smokers, and then ask a really obvious question when they are rebuked. While you’ll get the obvious moral of the story, the not-so-obvious one here is: kids can get away with anything.

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VIDEO: A Day in the Life of a Ski Seasonaire

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By Alice Cottle in Cool Travel on Thursday 17 May 2012

My brother just got back from Tignes having done his second ski season. This isn’t a bad effort at transmitting just how much fun he and his friends have had for the last six months. The tricks that these amateur boarders pull are out of this world. Enjoy the soundtrack and watch fullscreen.

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Stop motion about 3 months of hitchhiking in America

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By Benjamin Jenks in Video on Friday 13 April 2012

I spent a year hitchhiking around the USA, and despite my Nana thinking I was going to get murdered and diced into tiny pieces, I actually had an amazing time. This 162 second video is a photo documentation of the last three months of my trip, when I hitchhiked from the Pacific to the Atlantic […]

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Girl takes 1461 photos of herself between age 14 and 18

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By Tristan Rayner in Video on Friday 13 January 2012

Rebecca Brown has taken 1461 consecutive photos of herself in a remarkable video that shows the subtle ageing of a 14-18 year old girl. But there is more to the story. ‘Beckie0′ battles depression, and as the images unfold, we see her fight against Dermotillomania and Trichotillomania, two mental disorders which take a very visual […]

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Creative video for new Christoper Noyes single

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By Carly in Video on Friday 6 January 2012

This creative music video for Christoper Noyes’s newest single Grapheme will bring out your inner wild child.

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Hiding music all around the world

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By Owen Duff in New Music on Tuesday 6 December 2011

Bored of the too-easy point/click way we find new music, I decided to make my own songs harder and more interesting to get hold of. I spent a year hiding CDs with my music on in cities around the world (with a little help from friends). I filmed the whole thing, including the responses I […]

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