How to harvest cherry tomato seeds

July 27, 2016

How to harvest cherry tomato seeds and grow seedlings and fully grown tomatoes

Paper Rolls Cable Organizer

August 25, 2015

Organize your cables with a cable organizer made out of a box and rolls left over from toilet paper

Bunny Rabbit Easter Eggs Collector

April 5, 2015

This Easter we have a new fun and beautiful game for you that you can play with your kids. It’s called Bunny Rabbit Easter Eggs Collector and it’s available on the web, as a Google Chrome application and also available for Android. Enjoy!

The Most Unfortunate Photos Ever Taken

December 13, 2014

Sometimes you take a photo and don’t realize until after that things have gone horribly wrong. Other times it’s only the person taking the photo that is well aware of the unfortunate result. These photos are some of the most unfortunately timed and captured photos ever to grace the internet. Playing soccer or football can […]

Food Storage Shelf

October 16, 2014

Build a produce food storage drying rack! When harvest time comes, you need somewhere to dry all of your produce and store it for the winter. If taken care of properly, you could be enjoying garden fresh carrots and potatoes all winter long! Read more here.

What if Sports Cameramen Were Allowed to Get as Close to the Action as They Wanted?

September 14, 2014

What if sports cameramen were allowed to get onto the pitch with athletes during games? What if super-telephoto lenses and remote camera weren’t around to help deliver up-close views of the action? The video above offers an look at what being a cameraman in that alternate universe might look like.

MiniPong

August 6, 2014

MiniPong is a very simple and easy to play game. Nothing special about it. It’s just like the classic Pong game, but with a fresh design. You can find it on Google Play: MiniPong the game. Video of the first version of the MiniPong game that is now available on Android and it will be […]

Funny Pendants With Tiny Figurines Diving Straight Into Women’s Breasts

July 29, 2014

Japanese designer Takayuki Fukusawa, who leads Japanese design firm EkoD Works, has a simple concept behind his work – ”Making a world full of humorous art and design.” His newest whimsical pendant series, called “Tanama Diver,” does just that. These pendants are little human and animal figurines that seem to be diving down into their […]

Everything you need to know about Solar Roadways

June 1, 2014

If you’ve ever wondered about the technology behind smart solar panels for roadways, the fast-talking narrator in this video has you covered. Designed by married couple Scott and Julie Brusaw, their dream could be the first step in a brighter tomorrow. UPDATE: And here we have some explanations why it’s bullshit:

This Pretty Girl Was Seeking A Rich Husband. The Reply She Got From A Banker Was Priceless!

March 29, 2014

The following is what a women posted on a dating forum seeking a rich husband: I’m going to be honest of what I’m going to say here. I’m 25 this year. I’m very pretty, have style and good taste. I wish to marry a guy with $500k annual salary or above. You might say that […]

The Expert (Short Comedy Sketch)

March 28, 2014

Funny business meeting illustrating how hard it is for an engineer to fit into the corporate world! Staring: Orion Lee, James Marlowe, Abdiel LeRoy, Ewa Wojcik, Tatjana Sendzimir

An Example of Instant Karma

March 28, 2014

Perfect in every way!

Cute baby reaction to his first tasting of an apple

March 4, 2014

Baby reaction to the first tasting ever of an apple. He never tasted any other fruits or vegetables in his life.

Ancient Chinese instrument plays the “Super Mario” theme

February 27, 2014

A Chinese student at a music concert in Taipei, Taiwan, plays the “Super Mario Bros.” theme on an ancient wind instrument called the sheng. Even though she is playing with a modern variant of the sheng, the different notes she can make is still amazing.

110-year-old WWII survivor has something incredible to say

February 27, 2014

Alice Herz-Sommer was 40-years-old when she and her young son were taken to a concentration camp by the Nazis. Now 110, the world’s oldest pianist shares her incredible story and life experiences that define her as a woman of love and compassion.

Duke Dumont – I Got U

February 22, 2014

Remy Cayuela imagined to illustrate the clip ‘I Got U’ from Duke Dumont a young man eager for new adventures from his home using an helmet imitating reality and allowing him to live false experiences. A funny clip Able & Baker and successful, shot as if we live the adventure at her first person point […]

I Am a Ukrainian

February 19, 2014

I am not a Ukrainian. But, the creator of this video is and it should make us all feel like we are. Watch it. Share it. Send it to your representatives. It’s not your problem. True. But all of our collective voices might be part of the solution.

Murad Osmann and his girlfriend

January 2, 2014

Russian photographer Murad Osmann continues his amazingly popular project. Together with his girlfriend Nataly Zakharova he travels around the world and captures the gorgeous scenery on camera in a twisted way – showing only the back of Nataly, who holds her boyfriend‘s hand and guides him through wondrous places all around the world. The two […]

The Story of John and Joe

December 31, 2013

John Vigiano Sr. is a retired New York City firefighter whose two sons followed him into service—John Jr. was a firefighter, too, and Joe was a police detective. On September 11, 2001, both Vigiano brothers responded to the call from the World Trade Center, and both were killed while saving others. Here, John Sr. remembers […]

The Road Home

December 31, 2013

Eddie Lanier battled alcoholism for 40 years and eventually ended up homeless after his 28th trip to a rehab facility. In this video, he shares his story and talks about the people who saved his life when he was alone on the streets.

Meet Hungary’s rope skipping team

December 31, 2013

Inspiri Productions, a public relations, photography, and video design studio, created this highlight reel of Hungary’s best rope skipping team. The Szombathelyi Kotelugro Klub has won numerous European and World titles for their impressive skills.

The Power of Empathy

December 25, 2013

What is the best way to ease someone’s pain and suffering? How can you really be there for another person? In this beautifully animated RSA Short, Dr Brené Brown reminds us that we can only create a genuine empathic connection if we are brave enough to get in touch with our own fragilities. Dr Brené […]

Overly Attached Christmas

December 23, 2013

If you have an Overly Attached Girlfriend, then you two are going to have a great Christmas together. Every year. For the rest of your lives.

Captain Picard sings “Let it Snow!”

December 22, 2013

James Covenant, a video editor and video game designer, combines clips from “Star Trek: The Next Generation” to make Captain Jean-Luc Picard sing “Let it Snow”. Other characters from the show also join in and “sing”.

The Victoria’s Secret Angels Sing ‘Deck the Halls’

December 17, 2013

Supermodels Candice Swanepoel, Miranda Kerr, Doutzen Kroes, Alessandra Ambrosio, Lily Aldridge, Lindsay Ellingson and Erin Heatherton have fun decking the halls and putting their own spin on a Christmas classic in this adorable video.

Thousands gather to sing “Clouds” in honor of cancer victim Zach Sobiech

December 8, 2013

At Ryan and Shannon’s KS95 for Kids Radiothon in Bloomington, Minnesota, a crowd of over 5,000 people gathers to sing “Clouds” by Zach Sobiech. Zach passed away at the age of 18 from a rare form of cancer, but his legacy continues with this tribute.

Sam Harris – It Is Always Now

December 6, 2013

Sam Harris, an American neuroscientist, author, and philosopher, shares his concept of the present moment and why it matters to live in the now rather than wait for the “now” of the future. This video asks viewers to live for each and every moment.

Weekend Lesson: How to Apologize

November 23, 2013

People on the internet seem perpetually convinced that the world is out to get them and that they are in a battle to confirm that they are always right. But, y’know, you’re never always right, and the fact that you didn’t intend to hurt someone has no bearing on whether or not you hurt someone.

Construction worker sings a song during his break

November 21, 2013

Casey Abay is a construction worker with an incredible gift for music. He performs his original song, “Down Low” during a work break.

A pilot’s perspective of Queenstown, New Zealand

November 16, 2013

Sometimes what a pilot sees in a day, people won’t see in their lifetimes. Amazing Queenstown, New Zealand.

Stabilized Footage of the JFK Assassination Is Unsettlingly Real

November 15, 2013

This clip’s frames have been interpolated to playback at 30 frames per second. The Slow-Motion portion has 4 interpolated frames for each real frame. The original film frame rate was 18fps.

The Mind Job

November 10, 2013

When nice guy Zac finds his deepest fantasies inadvertently appearing on a computer screen in front of a policewoman and his girlfriend, he has little hope of saving face, and even less of saving his relationship.

Let’s save Africa! – Gone wrong

November 9, 2013

We need to change the way fundraising campaigns are communicating issues of poverty and development.

Homeless Veteran Timelapse Transformation

November 8, 2013

It’s not always easy transitioning to everyday life after leaving the military, but one Michigan charity is trying to makes things easier for homeless veterans right around Veterans Day. U.S. Army veteran Jim Wolf hasn’t had an ideal life since returning home. He has struggled with poverty, homelessness, and alcoholism for decades, but two months […]

Tour Michael Jordan’s House?!

November 7, 2013

Michael Jordan is moving out of the compound he designed and lived in for ever 15 years! So naturally, there’s now a video tour of the place that only the privileged few have gotten to see! If you ever wondered how the millionaire basketball-player-turned-baseball-player-turned-golf player lived his life, sate your curiosity here! Which celebrity’s home […]

Cab Driver Gets Revenge On Hit-And-Run!

November 7, 2013

The driver in the black car not only ended trying to run from a small fender bender with a cab, but in the process hit six cars while trying to escape! I don’t think it will take too long to find the driver, considering the first cabbie who was hit got the plate number. Were […]

Here’s “Royals”, sung by a seven-foot tall clown with a golden voice

November 5, 2013

Puddles is a 7 foot tall sad clown with a voice like Tom Jones

Journey of the guitar solo through time

November 4, 2013

Mark Sidney Johnson leads us through the journey of the Electric Guitar Solo. With 28 songs spanning over 50 years, this medley takes a look at the ever evolving roll of the guitar solo in western pop music.

Magic Baby Photography Project

October 27, 2013

Anthony Stuart and his lovely and magical wife turned their daughter’s birth into a fun photo shoot opportunity, casting themselves as an adorable magician’s show. He created the Daddy’s Little Prop blog to showcase staged photographs of his daughter and family. In this series, which is called The Magic Show, you can tell that they’re […]

Pictures from a developer’s life

August 18, 2013

When I show the boss that I have finally fixed this bug When I’m deploying code to production When a friend of mine asks me to fix his website built with Joomla When the code that I have not tested on dev works perfectly in production When I apply a new CSS for the first […]

The Big List of Documentaries About Photography

July 14, 2013

Want to watch a non-fiction film about photography? Here’s a list of documentaries (and some other stuff) concerning photography that I’ve collected over the years. Documentaries 1948, The Photographer – YouTube 1957, Ansel Adams, Photographer – YouTube 1972, Going Where I’ve Never Been The Photography of Diane Arbus – YouTube 1973, The Decisive Moment – […]

Dublin taxi driver dances to “Get Lucky”

July 12, 2013

Nismo Ireland doing music for the streets of Dublin

Everything You Thought Was Real in The Great Gatsby Was Visual Effects

July 2, 2013

At this point even the most gullible of filmgoers must realize that nearly every movie has been digitally enhanced in one way or another. Long gone are the days when talented VFX artists were only called on to bring spaceships and dinosaurs to life; these days directors like Baz Luhrmann spend millions on effects to […]

When We Were Kings

June 26, 2013

Decades ago, documentary filmmaker Leon Gast attempted to complete a feature about the 1974 “Rumble in the Jungle” championship bout between boxers Muhammad Ali and George Foreman in Kinshasa, Zaire. Sundry complications, though, held up the project until its release in 1996. It was well worth the delay. From Gast’s perspective of modern history, the […]

How To Photograph Space Yourself

June 6, 2013

Expert astronomer Mark Thompson shows you how to get started in photographing the night sky. Learn how easy it is to capture images of space in your own back garden without using expensive kit. Mark explains techniques for SLR and compact cameras.

Flynt feat. Orelsan “Mon pote”

May 30, 2013

After the music video C2C – Fuya, the director Francis Cutter is back with ‘Flynt & Orelsan – Mon Pote’. The idea of ​​the video is a humorous tribute to classic films talking about friendship. References to 20 films such as Pulp Fiction, Fight Club and La Haine are to be found in the following […]

The magic of Vedic math – Gaurav Tekriwal

April 29, 2013

There is more than one way to reach a correct answer in mathematics. Vedic math, an ancient Indian method, sidesteps traditional computations in a manner that provides a shortcut, while being fun to use and to learn. At TEDYouth 2012, to ooh’s and aah’s from the amazed crowd, Gaurav Tekriwal demonstrates the magic of Vedic […]

Louie Schwartzberg: Nature, Beauty, Gratitude

April 24, 2013

Louie Schwartzberg is an award-winning cinematographer, director, and producer whose notable career spans more than three decades providing breathtaking imagery for feature films, television shows, documentaries and commercials. This piece includes his short film on Gratitude and Happiness. Brother David Steindl-Rast’s spoken words, Gary Malkin’s musical compositions and Louie’s cinematography make this a stunningly beautiful […]

Human Powered Ferris Wheel

April 23, 2013

This is how you move a Ferris wheel in India.