Excel art, ballet dancers & Arcade Fire: 10 great links for webmakers this week

Hackable Excel art — 73-year old Tatsuo Horiuchi uses Excel to create his art because it’s “easier to use than [Microsoft] Paint.” Download and hack his beautiful spreadsheets.
The internet: not a series of tubes — Don’t Fear the Internet sets us straight with this helpful explanatory video.

What motivates us? — A whiteboard animation version of Dan Pink’s talk by the folks at RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce).

Dancers among us — “Dancers are storytellers….they bring to life what we feel but what most of us, lacking their artistry and athleticism, are unable to express physically.” Wonderful photos of ballet dancers in our midst.
#LetsEatTogether — Coca-Cola live tweets during an ad on Romanian television
Digital Media & Learning — Q&A with Mozilla’s own Chris Lawrence on building a network of people, ideas and organizations to transform learning.
Fox translation — Does Ylvis really know how to speak fox? Wired helps with translation.

Arcade Fire: Reflektor — The latest interactive video from Arcade Fire allows you to control visual effects using your mouse, phone or tablet (requires Chrome).
Designing in 3D with SpaceX — Elon Musk + LeapMotion + CAD + Rocket Science + real-time collaboration over gigabit networks = ?!?!?
Klingons need internet access, too — Telecentre.org, which provides public access to the internet, helpfully provides a Klingon translation of their site (click on the languages dropdown menu).