Toyota’s commercial for the 2012 Hilux is a hyperbolic romp through New Zealand that will make you want to get a Hilux and/or live in New Zealand.
Toyota Hilux Australia Unbreakable
Peeling garlic is a messy and tedious process. Or is it? Let the food and travel magazine Saveur and their editor Todd Coleman show you a much better and manlier way to do the job.
Some YouTube users may be noticing that they can now edit their videos onsite thanks to a new feature that rolled out globally Wednesday.
Using the feature will enable you to edit uploaded YouTube videos while also maintaining the same video IDs, making it possible to hold onto view counts and comments. Existing links to the video will also continue to work. All you have to do is click “Edit Video” on your video’s page or on the My Videos page.
While the editing feature isn’t necessarily meant to replace software like Final Cut Pro, it is meant to help users fix their videos in a less time consuming manner.
“We noticed that a lot of people were uploading videos to YouTube that we can say are somewhat unpolished,” says Jason Toff, product manager at YouTube, adding that rougher amateur footage tends to be a lot more common than professionally edited work on the site.
Is this waiter extremely skilled, or is he just really lazy? Are there no serving trays in this restaurant? Are his co-workers ever tempted to trip the guy?
MB celebrates its 125th year with the F125. Its emission-free hydrogen-powered electric motor gets up to 650mi in one charge.The Concept was just unveiled at the Frankfurt Auto Show -
Most important is the technology of this revolutionary concept.
Mercedes-Benz favors Hydrogen as the energy source for the F-Cell Hybrid electric engine and achieves due to an integrated tanks in the body of the car an outstanding range of 1000 Kilometer or about 650 miles – entirely emission free.
The 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show was the venue for the unveiling of Volvo’s The Concept You, a vehicle that blends contemporary Scandinavian design with smart pad technology. Thanks to new world amenities, the interior of the vehicle is uncluttered and aesthetically impeccable. Aside from the touch screen capabilities, The Concept You features rear suicide doors of Lincoln Continental fame and a four cylinder engine that utilizes a kinetic flywheel for better fuel consumption.
Motor Trend lines up 11 of the greatest drivers’ cars (and drivers) in a totally unscientific, totally awesome bit of hardcore automotive porn.
Shutterlog is a crowdsourced YouTube channel containing videos of the moment when a camera’s shutter release is pressed. Cameron Lew remixed the sounds into a relentless, attacking beat.
Here is Peugeot’s new hybrid concept sport car “Peugeot HX1″. A large cabin can accommodate 6 people, with all doors opening up.
After remembering the victims and heroes of 9/11, let’s also remember that we finally killed that bloody Bin Laden bastard, shall we? Behold the Obama Kill Osama Collectible Figurine!
Designer Jan Gunneweg created this gorgeous wooden bicycle which not only has a solid wood frame, but asymetrical wooden wheels and natural-tone brown tires to go with.
Bike made from solid walnut and aluminium.
A beautiful series of posters with this concept from designer Justin Barber. Here is a selection of humorous posters with the lies of everyday life.
Exciting news are coming from Jaguar right before Frankfurt Auto Show. They will be revealing the new CX-16 Concept, a two seater that will compete in the smaller Porsche Cayman class, meaning it will be more affordable than the 911 class.
It will come with a 3.0 liter, 375 horsepower V6 engine. Supplementing this is an electric motor producing up to 94HP, available to the driver at the push of a steering-wheel boost button. Allied to an eight-speed gearbox and mounted in a lightweight aluminum chassis this allows the C-X16 to sprint to 62 mph (100 kmh) in 4.4 seconds. The interior showcases interesting future technologies such as multimodal rotary controls that incorporate miniature OLED screens, which reconfigure to reflect the different functions that can be performed via the controls, all of which are designed for maximum compatibility between sports car needs and everyday usability.
A bully doesn’t simply put someone in a cage. He make an effort to keep his victim in the cage, as shown by this cute but evil cat.
This is the promotional video for Fujifilm’s new X10 digital camera. For more information, please visit http://www.fujifilm.ca
One way to do that, according to this Dutch ad, is to drive a Hyundai Velostar. Or, more accurately, to be a backseat passenger. That’s because the model has three doors instead of four and the back row door opens on the driver’s side, Ad agency Fitzroy makes the point well. Maybe too well. The ad was supposedly banned most likely for being too graphic
Here is the new campaign for Sony Cybershot range. The spotentitled “Take Control” was produced by 180LA, directed byChristopher Riggert and published by Arcade Edit. The campaign features Scene Recognition function to take bright pictures in any situation.
Inspired by a visit to Europe in 1932 and penned by none other than E.T. Gregorie, Ford chief designer at the time, the Roadster began life as a 1934 Model 40 frame before going under the knife for substantial revisions. Stretched a full inch over factory dimensions and saddled substantially lower to the ground, the vehicle boasts a rear-pitched cockpit, long nose and custom aluminum bodywork. A classic Ford Flathead V8 powers the rear wheels.
After Edsel passed away in 1943, the vehicle made a few scant appearances around the country before vanishing. It surfaced again at the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance in 1999 and sold to a collector for a heady $1.76 million. When the collector died, the car was returned to the Edsel and Eleanor Ford House before receiving a full restoration to return it to its former glory.
Official site – Ford House
Follow one of the world’s most creative and innovative free runners and parkour artists, Ryan Doyle, as he takes his skills to the next level in Mardin.
Here’s an excellent video from Eran Amir that features 500 people holding 1500 photographs in a mere 110 second clip.
What’s interesting about this film is that it’s a stop-motion video within a stop-motion video.
Yesterday Ferrari announced their 458 Spider, a convertible version of their 458 Italia sports car. The 570 horsepower racer comes with a foldable aluminum hardtop roof, which folds into a space in front of the engine in just under 14 seconds. That of course seems long, considering that this beast goes from 0-100 km/h in just 3.5 seconds. Except for some other minor design changes and upgrades, the car looks pretty much the same as the 458 Italia. A release date has not been announced yet.
Check out the demure Anne Hathaway smoking the paparazzi in her hilarious Lil’ Wayne style rap song when she recently was a guest on Conan.
YouTubers are now privy to a cadre of features, including: 1). Recommended videos and artists based on your viewing history (instead of top videos in the genre), 2). Local concert listings paired with artist vids (listings were previously offered, but now feature video previews) 3). YouTube’s new music chart, theYouTube Top 100, and, perhaps most intriguing, another level of curation in the form of tastemaker partnerships. YouTube has linked up with Spin, Vice, XLR8R and some of its top music vloggers (Anthony Fantano of The Needle Drop for one) to create playlists and offer up picks.
To celebrate the new page, YouTube is featuring an electric guitar in its logo — a tribute to the “Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Guide to Rock,” the first curated playlist on the page. (The Chili Peppers dropped their first video from their latest album I’m With You Wednesday.) Other artists will soon unleash their own guides, including “David Guetta’s Guide to Electronica” on Friday, “Lady Gaga’s Guide to Pop” on Saturday and “Eminem & Royce Da 5’9”’s Guide to Hiphop” on Monday.