This is a graphic created by Carrie Patrick comparing the weights of various swords to common household objects like cans of chili, loaves of bread, boots, and children. Children thankfully not being that common a household object in my home aside, I learned a lot by looking at the chart.
Need to draw some perfect circles? What is this, Venn Diagram class? Well I’m in the middle of sad and alone if it is. This is a video from DanHax detailing a technique to draw more perfect circles than you would have if you were just going to freeball it
Created as part of WIRED’s Game Over(analyzed) series, this is a video of military historian Mike Loades (great name for a military historian) providing an in-depth analysis of the realism of medieval weaponry and armor used in games like Dark Souls, Mordhau, The Witcher 3, For Honor, and Kingdom Come:
To put things into perspective, this is a timeline of the major Star Wars movies and shows relative to our own real timeline from 1952 – 2019. I learned a lot by looking at it. Mostly, that according to my calculations it would appear Anakin is old enough to be
Hey guys I’ve been a bit under the weather lately (thankfully not with the rona), but I should be back tomorrow full-blast. This is an official Nintendo training video from 1991 demonstrating how Nintendo retailers should deal with difficult customers in a variety of different situations. Me? I don’t need
In very valuable information news, this is a video of a pile of ketchup aging over the course of 21 days as its exposed to the elements. I learned a lot about our own mortality watching it. I’m kidding, but I did notice some tiny bugs showed up around day
This is some footage shot for a music video for Opale’s ‘Sparkles And Wine’ (I love both, please don’t make me choose but if I have to, wine!), by cinematographer Nacho Guzman that serves as a great demonstration how much the angle and color of light on a face can
This is a video of an upstairs bathroom that’s been sealed being quickly filled with water via a fire hose until it decides it just can’t take it anymore and collapses into the living room below. I’m not sure what, if anything, we were supposed to learn from this experiment