Video time!Sometimes going through your old Plurks can fetch interesting finds, stuff you forgot you had put in there at one time or another. I'm sure most my Plurk buddies will recognize one or two among these, but do feel free to enjoy them.
To start us off, we shall make a tribute to the children of the 80's.
Zelda: The Wind Waker Unplugged. whether you've played the game or you haven't this dude still pulls off a one man orchestra perfectly. Great piece to wake up to on a cold morning.
If the novel Alice in Wonderland wasn't trippy enough for you, a 19-year-old from Australia makes it even better.
Where The Hell Is Matt? Matt Harding tours the world and dances at every location he visits. Truly inspiring. (How could I ever forget this?)
Little Capucine has been stealing hearts over the internet with her spur-of-the-minute story of adventure, battle, death, and housing --- starring Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, and a host of jungle animals.
Once upon a time... from Capucha on Vimeo.
Eepybird's Sticky Note Experiment. a good idea to try out next time you're bored in the office. ;)
EepyBird's Sticky Note experiment from Eepybird on Vimeo.
To the office-workers and students readers, if you need something to tune out to, these ambient sounds may be the thing for you. ^_^
Last, but certainly not the least, The Sultan's Elephant, a production made by the Royal De Luxe Theater Company. Dark Roasted Blend is responsible for leading me here and giving me the goosebumps, in a good way. Royal De Luxe came to London town in 2006, and it has never been quite the same again. Read more of the events and details here.
A closer view of the Elephant.
With a lineup like this, I fully expect my Friday to be awesome. :D