I've never been so thankful I don't have to support planes. Wow. Very cool video that shows all the effort required to keep you online at cruising altitude.
Pretty much the best eight-and-a-half minute skate video ever. Bob Burnquist was a hero when I was a kid, and the guy hasn't lost a step. He's playing a video game in real life.
Quick video by Horace Dediu on how he uses iPad app Perspective to make really slick presentations. Worth watching, and definitely worth playing with if you ever do presentations based on numerical data.
It's not a common occurrence that I get to showcase the meeting of networking and Jim Henson, but here we are. In 1963, Jim Henson created this video for The Bell System's brand-new topic "Data Communication".
The organizers of the seminar, Inpro, actually set the tone for the film in a three-page memo from one of Inpro's principals, Ted Mills to Henson. Mills outlined the nascent, but growing relationship between man and machine: a relationship not without tension and resentment: "He [the robot] is sure that All Men Basically Want to Play Golf, and not run businesses — if he can do it better."