YouTube - Dead Man’s Bones (Dance)
Nathan Barnatt has some great videos
To decide what Gob’s bad impression of a chicken might be, Arnett consulted on set in 2003 with series executive producers Mitch Hurwitz and James Vallely. They all tried out different versions for each other. “Jimmy started doing a little bit, then Mitch got up and did some, and then I began trying things,” remembers Arnett. “Picture three grown men hopping around, working out what it would be … They were pitching this really taunting dance, but I wanted to give it this very sharp, almost roosterlike, chest-sticking-out mannerism, like a real macho bravado dance.” And how did clapping get introduced to the move? “Because I wanted it to be only sort of threatening.”
Nathan Barnatt makes awesome videos. This is a playlist of my favorites of his. (via http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIjrVnNvXzb8N5tjV3fowJqYwuDM__WVf)
A great JS API to add Clippy or other agents to your website! Make them talk, dance, gesture, etc
The Dancebulance - Gov Ball 2012 Lineup (by nathanjbarnatt)
Another Nathan Barnatt video with awesome music and dance moves. Also enjoying the music video for third song in this video “Barbara Streisand” by Duck Sauce: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uu_zwdmz0hE
Madeon - Pop Culture (Dance Video) (by nathanjbarnatt)
(via After 12: Gettin’ Funky) This works well with almost any music.
Last weekend while Sarah was up in Canada for a spa weekend with her sister and her sister's other bridesmaids, I went to Saul and Ciera's wedding in Three Rivers, California near Sequoia National Park. I flew into Fresno picked up a rental car and my GPS device navigated me to a restaurant with the wedding location no where in sight. "No problem," I thought, "I'll just call someone with an Internet connection and..." I had no cell reception. What did people do before GPS, Internet, and cell phones?
A waitress in the restaurant pointed me down the road a bit to the wedding location which was outside overlooking a river. Their wedding cake was made up like a mountain with two backpacks at the top and rope hanging down. Ciera's father married them and the ceremony was lovely. The music after included Code Monkey to which all the nerds were forced to get up and awkwardly dance.
Besides getting to see Ciera and Saul who I hadn't seen in quite a while, I got to see Daniil and Val, Vlad, and Nathaniel. Since last I saw Daniil and Val they had a child, Katie who is very cute and in whom I can see a lot of family resemblance. The always hilarious Vlad, Daniil's brother, was there as well with his wife who I got to meet. Nathaniel, my manager from Vizolutions was there and I don't know if I've seen him since I moved to Washington. It was fun to see him and meet his girlfriend who was kind enough to donate her extra male to male mini-phono cord so I could listen to my Zune in the rental car stereo on the drive back.