Seamless Door-Answering Dinnertime Megazord
In Metropolis, even the ultra-lazy need saving. And plastic utensils.
Train Pole De-sanitizer Man
Saving the innocent from super-bacteria without requiring participation in a breakdancing show.
Cronut Duplicator X
Fighting against all insurgents who hath deemed pastries as finite resources.
The Mystical All-Powerful Crane
Gigantic robot pick you up at cross-town bar, gigantic robot drop you off at home like stuffed panda in arcade game. Gigantic robot crave love. For gigantic robot, love ever-fleeting. (Coming to Uber in 2014.)
Dr. Deep Facebook Hole Of Shame Blocker
No more babies, no more engagements, no more ex-boyfriend, no more sunshine, ain’t no, ain’t no [...]
Carmen Angelica and Cynthia Kao are filled with good intentions, which is why their internet series is called Good Intentions. (Two more episodes here.)
I was in one of those weird Saturday-night Internet black holes (the “History of cosmetics” page on Wikipedia, Googling “how do I do eyeliner,” makeup tutorials, an innocuous related link in the sidebar) when I first stumbled upon a Lucy and Kaelyn video. At 35 minutes, it was long for YouTube, and it wasn’t much more than two young gay women video-blogging their vacation together, set to a poppy soundtrack — laughing and holding hands over montages of their dates to sushi restaurants and the beach. I have a pretty short attention span, but I watched the entire thing. Judging from the 250,000+ views on that video, I’m [...]