Here is a question for you : What’s cooler than a shot glass made of ice? The answer my friend is none .. well almost. Now you can ponder over this question with your buddies the next time you throw that party at your pad.

Fill Cool Shooter with water or better yet, how about Orange Juice and then once the shot glass has formed, fill er up with Vodka or maybe instead of Orange Juice.. Sprite. Oh the choices are unlimited.

Fill up Cool Shooter with the liquid of your choice, freeze and then pop out four fully formed frozen shot glasses. And you want to know the best part, costs less than a 6 pack of your favorite beer.  Yup, this $7 shot glass tray is very useful and perfect for your weekend bash.

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See the picture below to satisfy yourself and get the Absolut ready

“Zeroes” is roughly a two-minute video spoof the the hugely popular Monday Night Series “Heroes”. There is a familiar voice spoofing the actual promotion video of “Heroes” as shown below

The spoof is the brainchild of Vince Manze, NBC’s marketing guru who admitted it to Variety that he created the spoof as an experiment . The two minute viral video however contains no references back to NBC or Heroes. It is a funny video about regular people with “pointless abilities”. This promotional viral video cost NBC only $17,000 but I am sure drove a lot more people into buying the DVD or keep current viewers with enough material to keep them distracted while Heroes takes approximately a 1 month break.

“It was an experiment. We wanted to see how far we could go, and we wondered if (auds) knowing we did it would be a detriment. People don’t want to feel as if they’re being intruded upon,” Manze says. “When they find out it’s from us, it’s like, ‘They fooled us.’


Watch the full viral video of “Zeroes” below

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Established in July 2003, The Mozilla Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving choice and promoting innovation on the Internet.  Firefox users and fans were always at the forefront in their effort to speak out for their favorite browser and express themselves in front of a worldwide audience.

The ad campaigns are usually promoted by Spread Firefox, a volunteer run Mozilla advocacy site, with over 50,000 registered members. During this phase of Firefox 1.0 promotion, community marketing into the mainstream was mainly through written testimonials.

#5: NY Times Spread Firefox Ad:

The Mozilla Foundation, places a two page ad in the December 16th 2004 edition of the New York Times. The ad, coordinated by Spread Firefox, features the names of thousands of people worldwide who contributed to the Mozilla Foundation’s fundraising campaign to support the launch of the Mozilla Firefox 1.0 web browser.

A year later after the NY Times Ad, Firefox 1.5 was released and during this phase, the Mozilla Foundation started a contest, promising prizes for users who submit the best homemade 30-second Firefox advertisements.

Firefox NY Times Ad

The folks at ISR or Institute for Scientific Research explain the concept behind the Space Elevator in this Video.

The space elevator in the simplest terms is a Ribbon with one of its ends attached to the Earth and the other end attached to a counterweight in Space. The rotation of the Earth throws the counterweight on the Ribbon outwords, keeping the Ribbon taut.

Space Elevator concept

This Ribbon is to be made of a carbon composite which is supposedly almost 30 times stronger than steel. The Ribbon would be 3 feet wide, thinner than a sheet of paper but almost 62000 feet long and able to take upto 20 tons of objects to space.

Using this concept, Mankind can persue a dream by climbing a Ribbon to the Stars

Watch the full video below