Everynone’s latest video, Laughs, is fantastic. Once again they’ve produced a gem. It is simpler than Words, but is still such a creative and uplifting video. You can’t help but grin watching it.
This is awesome. YouTube user OHADI22 has spent a good portion of time splicing together 36 of the many cover versions of Radiohead’s acoustic epic Paranoid Android to create the ultimate YouTube cover version. We salute.
YouTube is full of hidden examples of Conceptual Art. In Someone to Sit With, a man named Joe has created videos of himself doing mundane tasks in order to keep the viewer company. One of his more popular videos, Someone to smoke with, includes this simple description: ‘Hi, I’m Joe. I’ll go out for a […]
Toronto-based musician Tonetta (real name Tony something) is the unlikeliest of YouTube celebrities, coming across as an unnerving basement-dwelling serial killer with an unhealthy obsession with Leonard Cohen, William Burroughs, and all things perverted.
Zero Views is an online collection of YouTube videos that are yet to take off. Although the curated concept is rather odd, the unwatched but deserving uploads are quick to surpass zero views once they’re featured on this viral site.
Flash has interactive functionality that YouTube has until now not fully utilized. Guy Dayan along with a small team of musicians and artists, has changed this with YouTube Radio, an interactive video that allows you to click on various buttons to change the accompanying music.
In response to Constantin Film AG recently making YouTube remove many of the parody clips of Hitler’s freak out scene in the film Downfall, user Plankhead has posted another video in which Hitler freaks out about Hitler videos getting removed from YouTube. The clip represents yet another little skirmish between old media and new.
Cracked just published an hilarious analysis of YouTube featuring a couple graphs and a satirical wiki-like description of the site. The breakdown of the various comments makes me laugh because it affirms what I’ve been saying for years.
Youtube have created an interactive version of Street Fighter that’s playable straight off their website. You click on the flashing buttons that crop up on the side of the video and then, somehow, your opponent is suddenly pulverised with a flying headbutt, or whatever else takes your fancy.
What are the chances of finding your long lost twin who’s not even your twin? Apparently for 26-year-old Niamh Geaney from Dublin, her chances were high, seeing as how she’d already met her twin stranger. Inspired by journalist Sophie Robehmed’s story about meeting her doppelganger, Niamh Geaney and her two friends Terrence Manzanga and Harry English began a project called ‘Twin Strangers’, wherein they’d use social media to find their best lookalikes within 28 days.
Swipe right – or should I say press the right arrow key – to find a match. In a recent video by LA-based comedian and YouTuber Jo Luijten, he imagines what popular dating app Tinder would look like if it was invented more than two decades ago.
If there’s one thing you don’t want your mum doing, it’s reading your saucy Grindr messages. Oh, and revealing them to the world. Right? Well, in one YouTuber’s case, he asked his mother to do it.
Pharrell did a pretty good job at dancing it out on his Happy music video back in 2013. But what happens when a totally awesome kid gets up at a basketball game to dance to the song? Video gold.
File this one under totally random, totally bizarre and totally awesome. Following Jen Cardinal’s 14-week ultrasound, she and her husband saw that their baby was clapping in the womb. So what’s a dad-to-be to do? Film it as they sing the children’s song, If you’re happy and you know it.