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Via: DavidBowieVEVO
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David Bowie's back as an exceptionally tortured artist with his latest music video/creepy masterpiece "Lazarus", directed by Johan Renck.

To put it lightly this is a highly disturbing four-minute montage of what the most dramatic operation room might look like behind the curtains. But Bowie's singing, and he's a genius so it's totally chill.

Chock-filled with convulsions, manic saxophones, and hospital beds, which have always been kind of creepy in themselves; you've got to give it to Bowie for returning to the scene with a bang.

This track's a glimpse off his new album, which comes out tomorrow, 'Blackstar"' and yes, on his 69th birthday. F*ck yeah David Bowie.

The video's director, Renck, also added, "one could only dream about collaborating with a mind like that; let alone twice. Intuitive, playful, mysterious and profound… I have no desire to do any more videos knowing the process never ever gets as formidable and fulfilling as this was. I've basically touched the sun."

Via: Rockin' 1000
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Pure and unadulterated epicness right here! Rockin'1000, a volunteer-based rock band with over 1,000 members covered David Bowie's 1974 "Rebel Rebel" over the weekend at Orogel Stadium in Cesena, Italy.

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Via: @AliCatterall
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David Bowie was a man of mystery, and on the one-year anniversary of his death — as well as his 70th birthday — we look at one aspect of his life that goes unnoticed: He used to lurk his own fan message board.

Actually, he didn't just lurk. He responded. Sometimes Bowie would give it back to fans who came on the board to complain. Case in point: This curious case of a fan who was dissatisfied with a run-in with Bowie in the park.

When the fan took to the board to complain about Bowie’s dismissal in the park, Bowie let’s the dude have it. Man, he was the best.

Check it out.

DIY of how to make a very simple wall projector using your iphone, a magnifying glass and a shoe box.
Via: Make
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Photojojo has devised an awesome way to turn your phone into a mobile projector screen.

"Basically, you start by cutting a hole out of one side of the shoebox to match your magnifying glass and taping the glass on the box. Then you make an iPhone holder from a paperclip, flip the screen display on your phone (to account for how images passed through a lens get flipped), pos