So here's something neat (one day I'm going to start a post with "Here's something deathly boring, whatever you do, don't read/play/look at/listen to/do this"): a couple of dudes (Daniel Scheibel and Ferdinand Weinrother if you need to know) at the University of Applied Sciences Augsburg in Germany created something called The Unseen Video for their term project in the Department of Design. They took the song "You Make Me Feel" by Mike Milosh as the soundtrack to a video they created. The kicker is that the video changes depending on the geographical position of the user. The variables are based on sunrise/sunset times, temperature, wind speed, P.O.P. and a couple of other things that I don't care to list here. The position of the user is determined by his/her ISP (I assume) and based on the information from the nearest weather base (no seriously) the video adapts to the environmental mood you're situated in. Neat! Man, that's some fun stuff - I'm obviously going to the wrong school. This is what I call custom entertainment people! Here are a couple of shots of what my video looked like. Go here for your own.