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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘User-Generated Content’

Skyrim Barbie Breaks It Down

The pictures of the Skyrim Barbie hit the Intertubes last week, with a post sporting the following title: Utterly Useless Dovahkiin Female Armor, and while the attractiveness of the subject is immediately apparent, the utter uselessness of such a character is, too. While bare midriffs are indeed something that deserves a Plus 1, an unprotected torso isn’t much use when …

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Super Mario Fan Videos Never Get Old

What would happen if the Sun in Super Mario’s world wanted to get in on the action and help take Mario out? Hopefully, it would be something close to what’s going on in the lead video, which comes courtesy of Dorkly.com. The question is, what kind of meds does the Sun take? Do they make Xanax in planet-sized pills? Lastly, …

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Opening In Stop Motion

The Internet, and in turn, the users who populate, is/are notorious for keeping intellectual properties alive, long past their shelf life has expired. In fact, this continuing interest helps revive many of these titles, essentially breathing life into properties that may otherwise die. The example that leads this post is another great contribution from the user-generated pile. This time, the …

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The Horror Film Alphabet Is Awfully Handy

While it’s not exactly an infographic, Stephen Wildish has provided something similar, and it’s a pretty effective teaching tool, especially if you’re a fan of horror movies. The question is, how many can you name? If you’re going by Wildish’s creation, you only have to know 26 of them, but a very specific 26. I’m pretty sure on most of …

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Rage Faces In Real Life

If you’re any kind of experienced Internet user, you’re probably awfully familiar with the rage face memes that permeate across a large number of platforms. While Reddit deserves a large amount of the credit for the growing the popularity surrounding these images, they’ve grown beyond just the fffffffuuuuuuuuuuuu subreddit. These faces have pretty much crossed over the mainstream; at least …

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The Simpsons 500th Episode Intro In Slow Motion

Last Sunday, Fox’s long-staying The Simpsons hit its 500th episode plateau, and one of the absolute treats of the milestone episode was the introduction segment. As you’re probably aware, each Simpsons episode begins with the group making their way to the family couch. The route in which the Simpsons arrive at their destination is up to the creators, and because …

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Prince of Persia Versus The Real World

How many of you have dreamed of living in a video game world? Or, perhaps taking aspects from your video game and converting it to real life? Considering the current popularity of Skyrim, if that happened now, there’d be a helluva lot of dragons flying around. Let’s say, however, the game you wanted to bring to life was classic 2-D …

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Awesome User-Generated Content Gives Us Dark Knight Rises Credits

User-generated content is one of the many great things about the web. Whether it’s someone riffing on a particular trend or adding to the thousands upon thousands of gigabytes of fan-based material for whatever movie franchise you can think of, this kind of content is what helped make the web such an amazing place. Now, relate the upcoming fan-created video …

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Dan Bull Is Back Again, Rapping About Megaupload

In case you haven’t heard of him, Dan Bull is an English fellow who promotes himself as a “Geeky rap artist promoting logic, skepticism and political change through merciless teasing.” Aside from that, Bull also inspired one of WebProNews’ “controversial” lead image, courtesy of his anti-SOPA rap. Bull’s latest effort — and it’s a good one — focuses on the …

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A Post-Apocalyptic Video With the Help of Crowdfunding

A team of artists, including Rubidium Wu, Eric Stafford, Kettie Jean, and Rob Rusli has created an impressive video of New York City an a post-apocalyptic state. Standard fare for a generation raised on the Internet, a place where end-of-the-world scenarios are celebrated, right? Perhaps, but the kicker with rubidium’s video is, he created his vision using abandoned buildings in …

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