While on some downtime from the studio in Miami, Big Sean and Finally Famous team shot the music video for Crazy. Finally Famous: The Album is dropping in Spring 2011.
With Brett Favre taken out of the game early with an injury, Tarvaris Jackson stepped right in and floated this pass to Sidney Rice who made the amazing catch over a couple of Buffalo Bills’ defenders. How did old man Favre get hurt? Hit the jump.
Mark Zuckerberg has never been more famous and rich than now. After the success of The Social Network, it seems like everyone wants to know the real story behind Zuckerberg and his creation – Facebook. In this exclusive CBS 60 Minutes interview, Lesley Stahl talks to the 26 year old mogul and entrepreneur about his website, business, and personal life. Hit the jump for part 2 of the interview.
Sorry baby ducklings but the wind > your life.
Check out Nicki Minaj’s feature in The New York Times. Also check out her behind the scenes footage from their photo shoot with the rap phenom after the jump.
Sony is tapping into the cell phone market with their new PlayStation Phone device. While no official release statement has been announced yet, the team at BGR think that Sony Ericsson will be doing so in the coming weeks. The Android device is rumored to have a 1GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, 1GB of ROM, microSD support, and a special Sony Marketplace that will be home to games and apps for days. Hit the jump for a newly released video that is showing of the device in action.
Professor Wiz Khalifa takes us to school on Joint Rolling 101. It’s well known that he doesn’t smoke blunts, only smokes joints, and smokes a lot of weed – so it’s safe to say that he’s certified in teaching the art. Wiz Khalifa’s Atlantic Records debut album drops in 2011.
Donald Driver turns a simple pass down the middle into a series of missed tackles and a 61 yard touchdown. The only thing worst than the Niners D was the hideous jerseys the Green Bay Packers were wearing.
Harrison Barnes showed us glimpses of the explosiveness we expected to see this year at North Carolina. This putback dunk got the Dean Dome hype and Gus Johnson shows us why we love when he’s behind the mic. UNC went on to beat Kentucky 75-73. Junior Tyler Zeller led the way with 27 points, 12 rebounds and 5 blocks. Sounds like another Tyler that played for UNC.