Note: Image has been cut, click HERE to see the full-size image. Using data collected from Similarweb, this is a visualization created by VisualCapitalist of the world’s top 50 most visited websites, based on monthly traffic volume. As you can see, Borninspace did not make the cut. I assume it’s
Because this is the internet and the internet’s job is showing you things you didn’t know you needed to see and would have been fine not, this is a video of Furry Fritz the cat lapping up milk from a glass table, as viewed from below. That tongue is wild!
This is a video of two cats playing with a rubber band and litter box door edited by musician French Fuse to perform the White Stripes’ 2003 banger ‘Seven Nation Army’. If there was ever a good reason the internet was invented, this is it. Al Gore probably couldn’t fathom
This is a bar graph visualization detailing the most popular social networks from 2003 – 2022, measured by monthly active users worldwide. Remember 2006? Back when MySpace was king and Twitter was just being born. Things sure have changed, haven’t they? For the worse, just to be clear.
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
This is a video of a couple cats carefully edited to dance to/act out Michael Jackson’s ‘Smooth Criminal’. I mean this IS the internet after all. Did you forget? Me, I can never forget, I have the memory of a….what’s the animal with the good memory? “Elephant.” I’m pretty sure
This is a video created using footage of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman driving in Breaking Bad to appear as if they’re racing on Mario Kart’s Rainbow Road. Personally, I’ve always sucked at Rainbow Road — I just can’t seem to stay on the track. I’m really not that great
Make My Drive Fun is an interactive map that suggests “interesting sights, landmarks, and oddities” for any roadtrip. Just input a starting point and destination, and viola, you’re on your way to see the world’s largest peanut/ball of yarn. That’s fun. Remember: life is about the journey, not the destination.