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Tag: Next Media Animation

December 22, 2011 | 8:36 am

Video: The Taiwanese Animators Resurrect Steve Jobs to Intervene in Apple-HTC Dispute

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In an act of either great sacrilege or appropriate apotheosis, Next Media Animation has put a halo-endowed Steve Jobs in the middle of the Apple-HTC spat. Watch the video…

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October 21, 2011 | 8:19 am

Video: The Taiwanese Animators Do Harold Camping

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In the old days they used to stone false prophets. Today they just sic the Taiwanese animators on you. Serial failure in the Rapture-prediction business Harold Camping may have accomplished something even greater than correctly prognosticating the airborne salvation of millions of Christians: The Oakland-based Camping’s not only been animated by religious fervor, but also […]

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September 29, 2011 | 2:20 pm

Video: The Taiwanese Animators on UC Berkeley Republican Bake Sale

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Next Media Animation, aka the Taiwanese animators, have filed a report on the “increase diversity bake sale” by UC Berkeley Republicans the other day. The video mysteriously omits the main component of the satirical student stunt — charging caucasians more for baked goods than customers from other races were asked to pay. Maybe it’s hard […]

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August 18, 2011 | 2:55 pm

Anonymous vs. BART, as Told by the Taiwanese Animators

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Next Media Animation, known to most of the media-consuming world as “The Taiwanese Animators,” whipped up this little vignette about the war raging between BART and an indeterminate number of anonymous hackers. Apparently, Anonymous, whoever they are, approves. One of the Twitter accounts associated with the group just tweeted it out. A couple of days […]

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August 17, 2011 | 3:49 pm

Google-Motorola Deal, Per the Taiwanese Animators

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In order to explain any complicated news story, we often find it best to turn to the Taiwanese animators for guidance. Like take Google’s $12.5 billion purchase of Motorola Mobility: Google’s stock has taken a modest pounding since the deal was announced, perhaps in part because Standard & Poor’s, not content to merely downgrade the […]

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