Friday, February 29, 2008

You'll Find The Whole World For What You're Looking For

It's Leap Day. I've always wondered what it's like to be born on February 29 - are you only 1/4 your age because your birthday rolls around every 4 years?

Maybe Irving Fields is a Leap Day kid, because he acts as if he's a quarter of his 92 years - especially after writing this catchy theme song for YouTube, called "YouTube Dot Com." (We'll forgive that he calls it "the YouTube.")

Tickle some ivories this weekend. Happy Friday.

Friday, February 22, 2008

He Is The Walrus

Sorry about last week, but as the president of this blog I took the week off to celebrate Presidents Day weekend. Speaking of presidents, here's my nominee for the Baby Beatle President - Hero Ha.

This kid can rock a house party at the drop of a hat - as long as it's before his bed time and you like Beatle's songs. And as for the police sirens in the background, all I can say to the fuzz is - you can not stop Hero Ha, you can only hope to contain him.

Sing a song standing on your sofa this weekend. Happy Friday.

Friday, February 8, 2008

My Morning Glory Says Hello To You

Some weeks you gotta toot your own horn - so here's a little Valentine's project I just finished. It's a music video about the morning after Valentine's Day called Breakfast in Bed. Check out the the full site and spread the love at

Masticate with someone you love this weekend. Happy Friday.

Friday, February 1, 2008

Grind (Rail) House

You do you work every week and maybe it's good and maybe it's not so good. But if you could just film what you do in slo-mo with a soaring musical score and add a few explosions, well, then it would be awesome.

Seriously, though - these kids can skate - even with the pyrotechnics all around them. (Props to Bri in Chi-town for the link.)

Bust an ollie this weekend. Happy Friday.