What if the topic of that FaceTime phone call wasn’t something about a newborn baby or a bad haircut that actually looks cute? FaceTime calls could also be used for the bad moments in life. Check out the parody video that Jeremy Hyler created past the break.
By the way. Jeremy Hyler is coming out with his own web series called Film School which premiers this weekend here on Pixelated Geek. Stay tuned.
I remember when a friend of mine (I think it was Andrew) told me about the I.T. Crowd. The hilarious and geeky sitcom from the UK. If you don’t know what it is, you’ve been missing out. Here is a quick except about the I.T. Crowd from Wiki:
“Set in the London offices of the fictional corporation Reynholm Industries, the show revolves around the three staff members of its IT (information technology) department, comprising two geeky technicians, a genius named Moss (Ayoade) and the workshy Roy (O’Dowd), headed by Jen (Parkinson), the department’s ‘relationship manager’ who knows nothing about IT.”
The show is genius and is already on season 4. So, rewind time before the writers strike here in America and on NBC’s website was a small webpage about a US version. It was set to air during the fall but never did. Now finally, the unaired pilot has surfaced on YouTube. Check out all three parts past the break.
If you’re already a fan of the original UK version of the I.T. Crowd, it may seem a bit weird. Mainly because they use the same dialoge and jokes from the original UK pilot.
While going through our hundreds and hundreds of photos from this year’s Comic Con, we’ve come across some that just made us smile, to giggle, to actually laugh out loud. Check out what we are lol-ing about past the break.
I too was a little bit confused when I saw these guys. Why was Aquaman looking dirty? Why did this guy come in with a hard hat and fake money? Then I saw the BP logo on his hard hat and it all made sense. BP is a joke now and people are cosplaying as it at Comic Con. Go past the break to see the photos.
Comic Con officially starts Wednesday at 6pm. One of the many reasons why us geeks go is for the panels, cosplay and celebrities. But, another reason is one that I will admit is the girls. Go past the break to watch the music video, created by ScreenTeamShow.com, that spoofs Katy Perry’s “California Girls.”
Times are tough right now for Apple. With the constant complaints of the new iPhone 4 reception problems, the mass deleting of complaints on the Apple support forums, and the use of duct tape to fix said iPhone 4 reception problems, it has been a rough time to keep that Apple name as glossy, reflective, and shiny as possible.
Past the break, you’ll see one iPhone 3G’s version of the classic iPhone commercial. What’s so funny about the video? It’s the fact that the 3G iPhone is using iOS4 and is very sluggish. See what I mean past the break.
Old Spice’s tradition to make funny commercials has finally stepped out from the television, on to the internets, and finally into our hearts. Using the Old Spice man, Isiah Mustafa, Old Spice has created a huge viral marketing push on the internets using clever youtube video responses to Twitter comments about their latest commercial.
Past the break you can see one of the responses to the creator of Digg, Kevin Rose. Be sure to watch the whole video.
We all know Mondays are a drag. You haul your ass into work, even if that’s only across the living room into your home-office, fire up your email client and get hit with a deluge of crap – most of it demanding to have something done immediately, or you’re fired. You’re knackered from a weekend of ‘relaxation,’ which in laymen’s terms means busting your gut trying to fix something for someone in your family because, let’s be honest, if you’re reading this you’re more than likely ‘the computer guy’. Sound familiar?
Well fear not dear readers, I’ve got something that’ll bring a little bit of levity to your day, in that dark, irritable humour that fits perfectly with the worst day of the week, and it’s simply called The Oatmeal. It’s a site that most geeks will associate with and displays comics, quizzes and general random funnies from the eccentric mind of Matthew Inman. My personal favourite is the very telling story of the humble, or horrible depending on how you looks at them, printer. Here’s a small snippet: