Hello friends and welcome to the new Wednesdays at The House. The world wide web is a huge mess of international news, lots of Facebook, and something like 90% of it is just cat videos on YouTube, so each week we’ll sort through it all to bring you the best of whats out there, thus Wednesday Web Gems. Think of it as your directory straight past the press releases and keyboard-playing pets and into the good stuff.

  • Scotty Stevens and Mike Rav head on down to Liberty University’s Snowflex facility in Virginia for a photo shoot with Transworld. Thanks for making everyone outside Virginia jealous of this snowless science experiment.
  • ThirtyTwo Snowboarding continued their charitable efforts in giving away their Ammo movie piece-by-piece, and this week we get Chris Brewster getting wild like he just inherited a million bucks.
  • Neff Headwear announced the premiere of their two-year film project A Shot in the Dark. Tomorrow night at Brewvie’s Cinema in SLC will be the place to be for what promises to be a fun-filled video full of bright colors and smiley faces.
  • YoBeat’s Firing Squad series has a pair of nighttime powder shots for your indiscriminate voting, with a hint of Halloween within these moonlit masterpieces.
  • Vice has released parts two and three of their Nixon Jib Fest coverage, so if you liked part one that you saw here last week go check out the rest of the series.
  • Snowboarder Mag’s video guestbook welcomes Simon Chamberlain with some hard-hitting investigative journalism that would make Julian Assange proud.
By | 2011-10-26T09:00:00+00:00 October 26th, 2011|Snowboarding|0 Comments

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