Mother Nature doesn’t get any better than this. For the first time in over 42 years, Chile’s Calbuco volcano erupted on April 22, bringing on an extraordinary display of smoke, ash and lightning.
Physical trainer Cassey Ho is in excellent shape. But that didn’t stop the hateful and hurtful comments pouring in over the way she looks. In a powerful anti-cyber bullying video, Cassey reaches out to those who have gone through the same as she did – not feeling good enough because of how you look.
If you’ve ever needed a reason to sign up for scuba diving lessons, this is it. In the GoPro video below, a William Mitchell goes diving into the enchanting waters of Silversides in Grand Cayman. The footage is nothing short of breathtaking, with the diver being enveloped by a tunnel made of millions of silverside […]
I guess you could say that these last meals really look… heavenly. In his project ‘Last Suppers’, director Gus Filgate of Little Fish Films gives us a visual history lesson on what the last meals of famous people looked like.
Hooray! This shows that New Yorkers do have hearts. While riding the subway with a basket full of coloured roses, one man stopped a woman and asked how much they were. She simply told him it was a dollar for a single rose or $11 for a dozen.
We’ve become a world obsessed with technology. We’re constantly glued to our phones and we think nothing of interrupting a meal with friends (or a movie!) to reply to a text. And everyone knows you can’t stop at one text, so there’s a new product available for the tech-obsessed: the Texting Hat.
Ever feel like you’re all alone in this world? Well, maybe you are. A video released by Hannah Jacobs takes cute illustrations and combines them with the writing of famed philosopher and writer Alain De Botton, to form a somewhat lovable, somewhat existential animation that’ll make you think.
We all know chimpanzees are smart, but did you know they’re cautious too? A video capturing a group of chimps crossing the road reveals that they not only look out for danger, but they also take care of the ‘weakest’ members of the family, too.
Aussie duo The Black Ryder have done what most musicians dream of: they’ve self-produced their own album and recorded music on their own terms. And you know what? It all pays off. Their second album The Door Behind The Door started to take shape after band members Aimee Nash and Scott Von Ryper left Australia to tour America in 2010.
Get ready, Led Zeppelin fans, because there’s a new video in town that’s about to get you pretty psyched about 70’s rock all over again. Led Zeppelin recently teamed up with media and tech company Interlude, as well as production company PRETTYBIRD to produce an amazing interactive video that invites fans (and soon-to-be-fans) into the facade of the iconic building found on Zeppelin’s 1975 cover, Physical Graffiti.
Love eating potatoes but hate peeling them? Dave Hax (previously) is back with a new life hack that shows us how to peel a bunch of potatoes minus the vegetable peeler.
When 13-year-old Stephanie, the daughter of an astronaut aboard the International Space Station, wanted to send her dad a message, Hyundai knew exactly how to do it.
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.
Drones today, humans tomorrow. As further proof that apes are secretly planning to conquer our planet, a video uploaded by the Royal Burgers’ Zoo in the Netherlands shows a chimpanzee taking down a drone with a stick after the latter gets too close to the chimp enclosure.
You either love or hate sushi. If you love it, you can’t get enough of it. You spend your last dime on a sushi buffet and know the sushi chefs by name. If you hate it, you won’t even place a piece of it in your mouth without gagging. Not even when you’re a kid named Sam and in need of $10 to buy something at the store.