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…It’s Website Wednesday: Blah Girls?

Blah Girls

As if there was a need for another celebrity gossip blog, Ashton Kutcher’s Blah Girls is a high dollar attempt at picking up a few extra eyeballs from those that have grown tired of TMZ and their ubiquitous coverage of anything and everything celebrity related.

The site revolves around the three Blah Girls and their take on the celebrity world, and every Monday and Thursday a new animated video arrives with the latest “news”:

Will Blah Girls be the best thing to happen to the gossip world since the cell phone camera, or is this just another attempt at buying eyes with flashy design and a well-known name?

I guess we’ll just have to wait and see.

[Blah Girls]

…It’s Movie Monday: Mark of the Eagle?

Mark Of The Eagle

Mark of the Eagle is a series of webisodes sponsored by the USPS (Yes, you read that correctly; not the brown guys, but the United States Post Office) that emphasize the fact that they deliver…no matter what.

In the first episode, “a letter carrier discovers powerful forces lurking around the cubicles of an ordinary office building, he must find it in himself to overcome these forces and deliver… no matter what”:

There are three more episodes if you like what you see, and if you watch them on MarkOfTheEagle.com, you can even watch them in a widescreen YouTube player that I’ve never seen before, so check it out, and see what the mark is all about.

[Mark Of The Eagle]

[Via: NOTCOT]

…Gazeta Mercantil doesn’t like the dollar?

Gazeta Mercantil Dollar

Gazeta Mercantil created a fantastic series of arted out bills for ads about their financial coverage titled “Understand the real value of money”.

The Dollar, Yen, and Euro were all featured, and each included powerful reminders of the host country’s history, and what went into the creation of each currency.

[Coloribus – Dollar]

[Via: Neatorama]

…You need to go to Scam School?

Scam School

Brian Brushwood’s Scam School is a short-format series of online videos that gives you an inside tour of bar tricks, street cons, and scams.

Each episode teaches you a usable bar trick, street con, or scam that you can pull on your friends, and you’ll be entertaining them in no time with these easy to learn tricks.

In the pilot episode, Brian teaches you how to make smoke from out of thin air:

[Scam School]

…It’s TGI Friday: Sling Ice?

Sling IceSling Ice is a fantastic Flash game that puts you in charge of a Sling or a Slingette as you chase after the Oozeville power source elements that were taken by evil monsters.

To play, just stretch your blob, aim, and release. The goal is to move from one grab peg to the next, and as you touch each peg, it turns green. After all of the grab pags have been turned green, a portal will open up and you can grab that to move to the next level.

I profiled the original Sling on DYH a long while back, and Sling Ice is the third in the series, so they’ve definitely perfected things by now, and it shows, with fantastic gameplay, a good story line, and smooth graphics.

Get ready to sling!

[Sling Ice]