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Thierry Henry is a handball cheat: the viral flash game

Any time the world witnesses a cultural event such as Thierry Henry using his hand to put the French football side into the World Cup finals, it's never long before someone creates a flash game based on it. Check out the "Thierry Henry: France Quality with the Hands!" game (translation from French). The question is: How many people are still playing the game after they stop laughing?

Hilarious parodies of the UK Dragons’ Den

These three amusing sketches are courtesy of the BAFTA-award-winning comedy sketch program Harry and Paul, featuring Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse. While clearly lampooning the regular UK Dragons, who won't be familiar to most Australians, there's also much mirth to be found in their portrayal of the shows endless line of absurdly optimistic entrepreneur-pitchers.

Hilarious parodies of the UK Dragons' Den

These three amusing sketches are courtesy of the BAFTA-award-winning comedy sketch program Harry and Paul, featuring Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse. While clearly lampooning the regular UK Dragons, who won't be familiar to most Australians, there's also much mirth to be found in their portrayal of the shows endless line of absurdly optimistic entrepreneur-pitchers.

21st Century fashion predictions from the 1930s

Designer reality TV shows might be a hit in 2009, but sartorially creative visionaries had their own views on the kind of threads we'd be wearing in the year 2000. Still waiting on those glass wedding gowns, people...

Tequila Shots

Quotes, factoids and other curious teasers to get your creative juices flowing.

The office enforcer (get ready for the pain)

This is an oldie but oh-so good. If your office discipline is waning, it might be time to keep your colleagues on their toes by bringing in an office enforcer. No HR gab-fests here. This is old school office discipline, Terry Tate-style. Hellll yeahhh.

Microsoft's Windows 7 launch party tutorial gets the YouTube treatment

As Kraft's iSnack 2.0 debacle illustrates, companies don't have much room for error these days when it comes to launching a new product. That is especially true if that company's name is Microsoft and that product is Windows 7, the latest iteration of the company's flagship product and the follow-up to the much maligned Windows Vista.

Microsoft’s Windows 7 launch party tutorial gets the YouTube treatment

As Kraft's iSnack 2.0 debacle illustrates, companies don't have much room for error these days when it comes to launching a new product. That is especially true if that company's name is Microsoft and that product is Windows 7, the latest iteration of the company's flagship product and the follow-up to the much maligned Windows Vista.

Contract negotiation according to the Marx Brothers

Negotiating contracts is an integral part of business. But the process is rarely as simple as anticipated. In this classic video, Chico and Groucho Marxgive a contract a once over... and then some.

You think Twitter is indulgent. Check out "hauling".

"Hauling" = videoing yourself showing off items you have just bought and posting it on YouTube for the world to see. This clip, from the Al Gore-backed Current TV, contains everything that is right and wrong with America.

You think Twitter is indulgent. Check out “hauling”.

"Hauling" = videoing yourself showing off items you have just bought and posting it on YouTube for the world to see. This clip, from the Al Gore-backed Current TV, contains everything that is right and wrong with America.

Introducing… the Enlightened Stupid Marketer

You know this guy. You meet him every day. He writes IOUs with your ROI. And he's all over Twitter.

An almighty stink over rival iPhone apps

Legal stoushes over intellectual property infringement flare up all the time, and they are invariably serious affairs. But it's hard to keep a straight face watching this report from The Daily Show's Wyatt Cenac, who tries to get to the bottom of the stink between Air-O-Matic - the makers of Pull My Finger (a popular iPhone application that was at one point bringing in US$10,000 a day), and the moguls from InfoMedia who cut Air-O-Matic's lunch by releasing their own Top Selling app, iFart.

Classic office meltdown caught on tape

This is an oldy but a goody. It is, perhaps, the most rational manifestation of a meltdown in history.

Wilkins and 9 get Colbert treatment for on-air Goldblum eulogy

Richard Wilkins' unfortunate on-air eulogy for the very much alive actor Jeff Goldblum on the morning of Michael Jackson's death has managed to earn Wilkins the magnitude of celebrity that has hitherto eluded him. And what better way to illustrate this than the hilarious slapdown Wilkins and Channel 9 received at the hands of the brilliant satirist Stephen Colbert, and Goldblum himself.

Will the future ever deliver?

Are you sick of waiting for the future to deliver on its promises? We let the boffins get away with announcing stuff, taking our money and then hiding. Our generation X and Y attention spans mean we forget to hold them accountable. Oh look over there, something shiny...

Your business card is CRAP

Let's hope your business card never finds its way into this guy's hands.

You can choose your friends, but not your Office Manager

If someone in your office has a 'personal branding' problem, you'll relate to this classic Big Train sketch. (If you like this, check out our...

Website of the Week: Asking machines to nag you, so humans don’t have to

HassleMe.co.uk is a simple internet service that allows you to enter a recurring message to yourself and set the time intervals between reminders. For example, you may choose to receive a reminder email every day to "Do some exercise" or to be asked every six months: "How many people want to buy your business?"

Website of the Week: Asking machines to nag you, so humans don't have to

HassleMe.co.uk is a simple internet service that allows you to enter a recurring message to yourself and set the time intervals between reminders. For example, you may choose to receive a reminder email every day to "Do some exercise" or to be asked every six months: "How many people want to buy your business?"

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