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A Man Plays Daft Punk’s Song ‘Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger’ Using Guitars, Guitar Accessories, and a Spoon

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Winnipeg-based guitarist and songwriter Steve Onotera (a.k.a. “samuraiguitarist“) recently played a fantastic cover of the song “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger” by Daft Punk using guitars, guitar accessories, and a spoon. The song is available to purchase online from his iTunes store.

Daft Punk’s original song for the sake of comparison:

submitted via Laughing Squid Tips

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A Supercut of People Saying ‘It’s Not What It Looks Like’ in Movies

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a href=”https://twitter.com/SupercutVideos”>Supercut Videos has released a new supercut of people saying “it’s not what it looks like” in movies. A full list of the films, in order of appearance, can be found in the video’s description on YouTube.

Another cliché phrase on the silver screen exposed. This week’s video brings us, “It’s not what it looks like”. This phrase is mostly used in compromising situations, being awkward, funny or just plain weird.

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‘Extraterrestria’, A New Vinyl Album by DJ Qbert Featuring Playable Bluetooth MIDI Turntables

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The vinyl version of Extraterrestria, the new album by DJ Qbert, features an interactive, playable set of MIDI turntable decks that let listeners scratch them when connected to a smartphone via Bluetooth.

Touching the paper connects to the Algoriddim DJAY app, allowing the user to scratch, mix and fade any songs they load into the software.

The innovative cover, designed by Brooklyn creative house Morning Breath, was made possible through a round of Kickstarter funding.

via egotripland, FACT Magazine, The Awesomer

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‘Extraterrestria’, A New Vinyl Album by DJ Qbert Featuring Playable Bluetooth MIDI Turntables

Published by:

The vinyl version of Extraterrestria, the new album by DJ Qbert, features an interactive, playable set of MIDI turntable decks that let listeners scratch them when connected to a smartphone via Bluetooth.

Touching the paper connects to the Algoriddim DJAY app, allowing the user to scratch, mix and fade any songs they load into the software.

The innovative cover, designed by Brooklyn creative house Morning Breath, was made possible through a round of Kickstarter funding.

via egotripland, FACT Magazine, The Awesomer

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TempTraq, A Wearable 24-Hour Thermometer Patch That Takes Temperatures Without Disturbing Infants

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TempTraq is a wearable thermometer patch that tracks temperatures over the course of 24 hours and transmits them wirelessly to smartphone. The patch was designed to monitor temperatures without disturbing infant sleep schedules, giving sick babies the rest they need. The product is currently pending FDA review.

TempTraq

TempTraq

images via TempTraq

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