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Tag Archives: mashup
Via Youtube: The music video for my song ‘Alice’, an electronic piece of which 90% is composed using sounds recorded from the Disney film ‘Alice In Wonderland’. (via Kottke)
Google does more than search, it provides free email, spreadsheets, word processors, photo storage, calendar and more. Even better each of those tools is extendable and customizable. LaughingPlace.com has just made available three Google Calendars for Disney fans wanting to … Continue reading
Twisney is a Microsoft Earth – Twitter/Email Mashup that throws real time updates from when folks are actually inside the theme parks up on a common map. You can also use it to upload photos to go with your messages … Continue reading
Tron by freres-hueon This is some amazing piece of film work by the brothers Hueon. It remakes the classic light-cycle duel from Disney’s 1982 classic film TRON, but with a twist. That twist is stop motion animation using paper and … Continue reading
Remember Scary Mary? Well now I’m pleased to introduce Scary Sully. Someone has taken the Pixar Animated Feature Monsters, Inc. and remixed it into a horror film trailer. Okay. Admittedly that wasn’t much of a stretch. But still a good … Continue reading