This is a video of Youtuber Ace Underwater dropping a GoPro off the Navarre Beach fishing pier in Florida to see what the hell is down there. SPOILER: a bunch of fish. And a dolphin. I did not see any treasure chests though, or any ghost pirates. A shame, because
This is ‘Bob Ross and his crazy AI painting’, a video created by Miha Mastnak with the help of artificial intelligence that imagines a series of canvases on Bob’s easel that gradually follow a river upstream. The future: it’s terrifying. I mean the past is pretty terrifying too, and the
2022 — what a year, am I right? It was certainly a lot of days. Most of which I probably should have just stayed in bed. 2023 — totally going to be my year though, I can feel it. Feels like an upset stomach. This is a compilation of news
Because the internet never stops revolving like a carrousel you’ve been trying to get off for years now, this is a video edit of Tony Soprano replacing Kratos in God Of War by Youtuber eli_handle_b․wav (previously: Ace Ventura in The Witcher III: Wild Hunt and Cyberpunk 2077). You know (and
Weebles wobble but they don’t fall down. Trust me, I did a lot of experimenting as a kid. And now Colin Furze has gone and transformed himself into a real-life Weeble using a piece of semi-spherical molded concrete and a harness to attach himself to it. That looks like fun.
This is a video of two researchers on Fergusson Island in Papua New Guinea checking a camera trap and realizing they’ve captured the image of a black-naped pheasant pigeon (locally known as Auwo), a bird unseen by scientists since 1882, and that had never been photographed. Apparently some locals claim
This is a video of musician Jared Halley performing all the individual instrumental parts (including vocals) of Green Day’s 1992 banger ‘Boulevard of Broken Dreams’ acapella, combining them into a multi-track performance of the entire song. That’s neat. You know, I always fancied my voice a bass guitar. It’s deep.
Because no matter how hard you try, there’s always a neighbor hellbent on one-upping your holiday decorating, this is a video of Magical Light Show’s Tom BetGeorge (previously) showing off his waaaaay over top Halloween light show. It features drones climbing some 400-feet tall to create Stranger Things and Ghostbusters