A version of the famous scene from Close Encounters done by the SouthPark studios.
A giant Linksys router has arrived.
“…all right Internet, what do you want from us…“
Full episode available online.
- Animation: It’s a wonderful Internet
- Internet: Reporters without Borders 2006 List of “Internet Black-Holes”
- Humor: The smallest car of the world
- Quote of the day: Internet and Society
While this is a bit like a story about the ghost of last year’s Christmas the flash movie “It’s a wonderful Internet” is too good not to be watched again. “It’s a Wonderful Internet” is an interactive narrated storybook with features like pull-outs and moving parts you know from some paper books. Beautiful to watch and excellently done…
To initiate their 24-hour online demo against Internet censorship the international campaign organization Reporters without Borders has published their 2006 list of “Internet Black holes” – countries that censor and don’t provide free access to the Internet. Everyone is invited to connect to the Reporter without Borders website between 11 a.m. on 7 November and [...]
We normally don’t watch car magazines on TV – with one or two exceptions. And our most favorite still is UK’s Top-Gear.
As we’re traveling quite a bit we often end up watching it online. So there is one of their very best just made available online – Jeremy doing a review of a “really” small car.
Well the smallest car of the world (according to the Guinness book of records) to be more precise. And watch what he does with it:
First he carries the car into the office…
The Internet is a mirror of the population that uses it – in reference to the proliferation of fraud, social abuse, and other online crimes. If you stand in front of a mirror and you don’t like what you see, it does not help to fix the mirror… Google Inc.’s vice president and Turing Award [...]