Author Archives: Chompsky

A cyberpunk short with a warning for us all by Mads Broni and Salla Lehmus.

A dystopian future, isolation, technology versus humanity and so forth.

You know the score.


After a brief plug for the other Top Gear, The Slomo Guys, Gav and Dan put their high speed 4k camera to use, filming the impacts of a 4 tonne wrecking ball at 1000 frames per second.

The action starts around 1:20 and the impacts are pleasing to behold.


Dublin Cycling Campaign tweetz:

A couple of weeks ago we asked people about how the new Luas tracks have affected the safety of cycling in Dublin City centre. These are the results.

MORE: Luas Tracks And Cycle Injuries (Dublin Cycling) (warning: gruesome)

A short by FX Goby based on the short story by Jack London. To wit:

In the harshness of midwinter, a trapper is crossing the Yukon with his dog. Struggling to survive, he attempts to build a simple fire. 

3:1 ration so best in full screen.


Mouthwateringly delicious looking glazed doughnuts, but not to eat.

Each one is an individual sculpture by New Jersey based South Korean ceramicist Jae Yong Kim.

If you like these, you’ll love the rest.


A nifty montage of characters dancing across the screen in the movies of 2017 assembled by video editor Jacob T Swinney.


A sobering demonstration by the US National Institute Of Standards and Technology.

Widely known but worth repeating.


Behold: the Bugatti Type 55 Roadster – possibly the most advanced car on the planet. In 1931.

Based on the Type 45 and Type 47 Grand Prix race cars, it had a straight 8 supercharged engine and (previously unheard-of) alloy wheels.

This beautifully restored vehicle was the first T55 ever made which explains the cost.

A mere €3.4+ million.