So, I’m back from the 2014 Goodwood Festival of speed for a few days now and I’ve gathered together a load of links to stories, pictures and videos around the web. I have some photo’s and video’s of my own and hopefully I’ll get round to posting them as well soon. So without further ado here we go.
Lets start with the Festival TV coverage, beware there are days worth of viewing in it.
Yup, it’s that time of year when the kids head off to college and the parents begrudgingly accept their kids as young adults. As always I’ve seen loads of advertising over the last month or so for online training/college courses and some of these are rather costly.
When I saw this video a while back it got me thinking…
Why would you pay for online training from some company you barely know of when world-renownedinstitutions likethese are offering education for free to anyone who wants to give it a try?
That’s Korean POP music to you and me, I’d never really given it much thought until the video below popped up on Facebook about a week ago. It just seemed odd and I don’t speak Korean so I very nearly stopped it after less than 20 seconds, boy am I glad I didn’t. It’s a disgustingly catchy tune and let’s be honest the video has so many WTF moments, it’s something that a lot of pop acts forget… FUN!
And now it’s a phenomenon, with “reaction Videos”, Parodies (I’ll pay a fiver for “Dublin Style”), a cover version and lets face it if your going to get covered on You Tube then there is only one person you really want to cover it and that’s the phenomenon that is 331Erock
Now if anyone wants to mix Erock’s audio with the original video I’m all for that, in the meantime here’s a remix that solves the “needs more Wub” issue of the original
What really amazes me about this is that the song was only released July 15, 2012 and it has brought as much global recognition and attention to PSY, K-POP and South Korea in a little more than 6 weeks as the Olympics did!
Opening Scene and it’s the original pilot episode, almost word for word (Dougal refers to Ted as “Batman”), except the actors are playing their characters the same as in The Dark Knight Rises, all except Michael Cane, who’s Playing Jack’s sick and twisted side up in a way that is just plain creepy. As for Anne Hathaway’s Mrs Doyle I don’t think I’ll ever recover!