2016 Aug 21, 1:53
Gonna open a restaurant that serves food 4 hrs after cooking to 20% of customers and then blame them for not eating
2012 Mar 5, 3:17
Fictional plot summaries of TNG S8 episodes. Like:
Q’s back: he’s wearing scuba gear and needs Picard’s help dumping his girlfriend. Barclay accidentally locks himself outside the ship.
Geordie and Data nurse a space bird back to health, and are sad when they have to release it. Picard is trapped in a turbolift with a baby.
Starfleet sends a cantankerous admiral to boss around Picard during delicate peace talks. Data seems to have mastered bragging.
Riker’s ex-girlfriend arrives and dies, leaving behind a pile of glowing dust and a mystery. Picard is trapped on a turbolift with a horse.
A planet of suspicious docents abduct Riker for their museum of amazing men. Geordi and Data are too excited to sleep at their sleepover.
Picard is trapped inside a sentient turbolift. A clip show highlights the most memorable “Picard is trapped on a turbolift” moments.
2012 Jan 18, 3:21 2011 Jul 10, 5:49
"The ‘analog dollars to digital dimes’ problem doesn’t actually seem to be a problem. It seems to be a feature of reality. Digital revenue per head is not replacing lost print revenue and, barring
some astonishment in the advertising market, it never will."
2011 Jan 23, 9:49 2009 May 25, 10:19
"Wallace and Gromit return-this time as purveyors of the Top Bun bakery, despite the fact that 12 other local bakers have disappeared in the previous year. Now it's up to Gromit to solve the mystery
while Wallace woos new love interest Piella Bakewell."
2009 Mar 16, 2:35
"Society doesn't need newspapers. What we need is journalism. For a century, the imperatives to strengthen journalism and to strengthen newspapers have been so tightly wound as to be
indistinguishable. That's been a fine accident to have, but when that accident stops, as it is stopping before our eyes, we're going to need lots of other ways to strengthen journalism instead."
2008 Nov 20, 11:01
Woo! "I love making films for the cinema but the production of Chicken Run and Curse of the Were-Rabbit were virtually back to back and each film took five years to complete. A Matter of Loaf and
Death will be so much quicker to make. I'm delighted to be back into production and back with BBC One with Wallace and Gromit. Over the years the BBC has been incredibly supportive of Wallace and
Gromit, this film feels like their homecoming."
2008 Aug 21, 7:55
Zombie claymation video featuring a maid and also a chainsaw. So much gore. Also its quite awesome. "THEY are coming for your FLESH and BLOOD! Now the last hope of the family rests on a sexy faithful
MAID! The most brutal clay-animation you've ever seen!"
2008 Apr 28, 12:55
Clay Shirky talks about the surplus of thought that TV occupies.
2008 Mar 31, 3:43
Clay Shirky talks to a very small audience. Starts with more examples like prev. video. @20:30 describes interesting problems he hasn't resolved. @31:04 interesting exchange between listeners and
2008 Mar 31, 2:33
Clay Shirky gives a talk about how the Internet changes everything via organization and collaboration.
2005 Nov 30, 3:35
Clay Shirky writes about why ontologies are overrated. I don't agree with everything but Clay brings up some interesting ideas.