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We have what Facejacker oddball Brian Badonde would call a bunbelievable bexclusive – footage of the sixth and final ‘Art of Technology’ webisode from the comedy character’s cracking series.

The charlatan art critic, a creation of Fonejacker and Facejacker genius Kayvan Novak, launched a web-based series entitled ‘The Art of Technology’. It followed Badonde in his quest to learn more about how technology can enrich his already extravagant life, with the help of Bing.

After falling for a Segway salesman in a previous episode, this sixth (and perhaps best) installment sees Brian put technology to one side to visit a perfume store where he learns all about the science of scent, getting wholly confused about the origins of ambergris, a bizarre substance that is regurgitated by sperm whales and used in the production of perfumes. Enjoy!

The webisodes can be viewed here and feature Badonde getting to grips with learning to ride a Segway, learning about the wonders of Babbage’s Analytical Engine, the first fully-automatic calculating machine, taking over an introductory computer class and virtually flying through the Manhattan skyline.

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