Man does the same dance routine with 1000 people around the world

Thursday, January 17, 2019

YouTuber Matt Bray of ProjectOneLife has traveled around the world and asked people he met to dance with him and put together this wonderful video.
Spent the last year and a half of my life traveling the world and making this dance video, hopefully this will make a few people smile.

Honest Trailers: "Halloween" (2018)

Thursday, January 17, 2019

Screen Junkies provides an "honest trailer," for the 2018 sequel to Halloween.
After sequels and reboots that range from "meh" to "please kill meh" only one movie can try to restore a franchise to it's former glory.

Screen Junkies

The distance from Earth to the Moon

Thursday, January 17, 2019


If you traveled at the speed of light, it would take you about 1.3 seconds to get from Earth to the Moon (for scale, the light travels from the Sun to Earth in about 8 minutes). Planetary expert James O'Donoghue animates the distance using NASA imagery.
This is the distance between the Earth and Moon with the correct sizes and scales. The real-time speed of light is also shown.

@physicsJ

"Birdbox" trailer - "The Office" version

Monday, January 14, 2019

The trailer for the recent Netflix thriller Birdbox gets re-edited with images from the American version of The Office.

Is organic really better? Healthy food or trendy scam?

Monday, January 14, 2019

The guys from German educational design studio Kurzgesagt (previously) take a look at organic food and how good it really is for the people who eat it and for the environment.
Organic food is a huge trend: it promises a healthier and better life. But can Organic food really live up to the expectations or is it just baloney?

Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell

A map of fictional Britain

Monday, January 14, 2019


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Londonist has put together this map of "Fake Britain," which plots over 720 names of fictional cities, towns and villages from films, books, poems and television series.
We've put together a map of fictional locations from film, TV, literature and other sources. Take a look around this alternative nation and see how many places you recognise. From Judge Dredd to Vanity Fair, it's all here.

The vast majority of entries are well defined geographically. Some — such as Beanotown and Blackadder's Dunny on the Wold — are a little more nebulous, but we've added them for fun. Hogwarts is an unmappable location (unless it's a Marauder's Map you're looking at), but we've had a go anyway.
Index available here

Londonist

Bryce Dallas Howard answers the most searched questions about her

Monday, January 14, 2019

In the latest episode of Wired magazine's Autocoplmpete Interview series (previously), A Dog's Way Home star Bryce Dallas Howard answers the most Google-searched questions about herself.
Can Bryce Dallas Howard cry on command? Who is her husband? Why is Bryce Dallas Howard named Dallas?

Wired

The four generations meme

Monday, January 14, 2019

Originating in China, this new wholesome video meme that took the Internet by storm in early 2019, features kids calling out to their parents, who call out to their parents and so on, til four generations of the same family pop into the frame.

2018 news blooper compilation

Tuesday, December 18, 2018


Update: Part 2:


Previously: 2017 news blooper compilation

News Be Funny

Lin-Manuel Miranda answers the most searched questions about him

Friday, December 14, 2018

Stage's Lin-Manuel Miranda is the latest guest on Wired magazine's Autocoplmpete Interview series (previously), in which he answers the most Google-searched questions about himself.
Which Hamilton song is Lin-Manuel Miranda's favorite? Is Lin-Manuel knighted? When did he cut his hair?

Also: Lin-Manuel Miranda explains Broadway slang for Vanity Fair