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    After Comic Sans was used to announce the biggest scientific discovery in the last 50 years, we were worried the goofy font was having some sort of renaissance. 

    Artist Oleg Tarasov has put these fears to rest however, proving just how kid-like the font comes off by retooling famous logos in the Comic Sans style.  Sleek loses its sexy  and swoosh becomes silly- check out the whole collection here for more evidence.

    — 1 year ago with 7 notes
    #logos  #typography  #comic sans  #advertising  #Oleg Tarasov  #Coca Cola  #Nike  #Youtube  #Harley Davidson 
    Vimeo to introduce ‘Tip Jar’

    The new feature will allow users to tip creators of their favorite videos.  It is not expected to generate a large revenue for those behind the videos but is another effort by Vimeo to monetize the site and create revenue streams outside of advertising.

    (Source: thenextweb.com)

    — 2 years ago with 3 notes
    #Vimeo  #tip jar  #paywall  #Youtube 
    The Cover to End all Covers

    Australian musician and creator of the summer anthem ‘Somebody that I Used to Know’ Gotye has followed in the footsteps of Glee, Saturday Night Live, and countless Youtubers creating a cover of his OWN song. 

    In a very meta move, Gotye spliced together video from the numerous wannabe Gotye’s to create “Somebodies: A YouTube Orchestra”.  Check out the Youtube video here



    — 2 years ago with 1 note
    #cover  #Gotye  #upsettingly addictive songs  #Youtube 
    An online museum dedicated to obsolete appliances, tools and gadgets, all experienced with humor and style through YouTube:  http://bit.ly/qUFmnq

    An online museum dedicated to obsolete appliances, tools and gadgets, all experienced with humor and style through YouTube:  http://bit.ly/qUFmnq

    — 2 years ago with 3 notes
    #youtube  #The Museum of Obsolete Objects  #Jung von matt/next 
    Research from Bit.ly proves that the lifespan of a link varies on each social media site. For example, a link gets an average of 24 minutes more of life on Facebook versus Twitter. http://nyti.ms/nhAyRN

    Research from Bit.ly proves that the lifespan of a link varies on each social media site. For example, a link gets an average of 24 minutes more of life on Facebook versus Twitter. http://nyti.ms/nhAyRN

    — 3 years ago with 2 notes
    #Facebook  #Twitter  #YouTube  #Link  #Study  #Bitly  #Social Media  #Research