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Apparently, Santa is Pissed Off About Felix Baumgartner - Posted December 11, 2013
Our latest ridiculous holiday item comes courtesy of full-service shop, Laughlin Constable. You might remember Felix Baumgartner receiving credit for setting the ... [GalleyCat]

LA Agency Cranks Out Another Year-End Review for Google - Posted December 14, 2012
The video compilation runs two minutes, 46 seconds and features initial quick shots of Red Bull space diver Felix Baumgartner, South Korean viral sensation Psy and a deep-sea diving James Cameron. And for the third yea... [FishbowlLA]

And Now, Your Top Weekly Video Miscellany - Posted October 19, 2012
This week the internet wanted you to feel things, to reminisce and look back, but also up to the heavens. We watched Felix Baumgartner break the sound barrier, Katy Perry performed "Firework" to the accompaniment of a young girl living with autism, and the Charlie Bit My Finger kids got grown... [GalleyCat]

The Red Bull Stratos Project: How A Jump From The Stratosphere Affected Facebook Pages' Likes - Posted October 16, 2012
Energy drink Red Bull did not see a direct sugar rush... [AllFacebook]

MSNBC Overhypes Daredevil Stunt - Posted October 16, 2012
We were all impressed by daredevil Felix Baumgartner's weekend free-fall stunt. We have no idea how it would feel to plummet to the earth from such an incredible height (and our vertigo ensures that we will never find out), but this on-board camera view of the entire globe shot from Baumgartner's... [FishbowlDC]

Felix Baumgartner Could Have Used the Vidometer App - Posted October 15, 2012
When Felix Baumgartner jumped off a helium balloon at 128,100 feet (video embedded above), he could have used the new Vidometer app for the iPhone to videotape his world-record-breaking skydive. Made by the company behind the hardshell and waterproof smartp... [PRNewser]

Felix Baumgartner Could Have Used the Vidometer App - Posted October 15, 2012
When Felix Baumgartner jumped off a helium balloon at 128,100 feet (video embedded above), he could have used the new Vidometer app for the iPhone to videotape his world-record-breaking skydive. Made by the company behind the hardshell and waterproof smartp... [Inside Mobile Apps]

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