Restored Faith in Humanity of the Day: Ad Campaign for Movie Spent Entirely on Typhoon Relief

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20th Century Fox approached videographer Casey Neistat to create an ad campaign that motivates and inspires in order to promote their new movie The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. He wanted to spend the entire budget of $25,000 on the recovery effort of the typhoon that recently hit the Philippines. They agreed. Check out this video to see what Casey did with the money.

Early Bird Special

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Steve Kamb's 120,000-mile, 16-country, 18-month adventure, "Exercising Around the World," will inevitably be compared with the slick packaging of Casey Neistat's #makeitcount stunt that went viral last week. It seems they ARE pretty similar... except for Steve's utter lack of: feigned spontaneity at every turn; a regrettable tattoo; Nike sponsorship; a professional film crew... AND he got to live like James Bond for a weekend.

Steve, 1. Casey, 0.

[nerdfitness]

Early Bird Special

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When Nike gave Internet video maker Casey Neistat a hefty advance payment and orders to #makeitcount, it's unlikely this is what the company had in mind. Nicely done.

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Social Experiment of the Day

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Internet video maker Casey Neistat returns to his roots with a reenactment of his infamous 2005 "bike thief" experiment, wherein he makes several blatant attempts to rob his own bicycle in public spaces throughout NYC.

Has stealing bikes in NYC become a more challenging endeavor in the past seven years? Spoiler Alert: Hahahaha no.

[laughingsquid.]

PSA of the Day

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PSA of the Day: "Walking the streets texting isn't much safer than walking them with a blindfold on": Filmmaker Casey Neistat for the New York Times on the do's and don'ts of texting while walking.

[laughingsquid.]

Lights Out

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Lights Out: Casey Neistat demonstrates the Whisky Water Trick. 

[devour.]

Scene From A Raid of the Day

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Scene From A Raid of the Day: New York-based filmmaker Casey Neistat (previously) works near Occupy Wall Street's now-former homebase in Zuccotti Park.

When he learned of the imminent raid, he immediately grabbed his camera and headed down to capture the unfo