One of my favourite movie scenes. Forget about Trump and Brexit, just watch this instead.
I’ll warn you now – you’ll have this stuck in your head for years. I like the base…
You need this. I need this. We all need this. This is what the internet was invented for. Not worldwide communication or advancement of the human race. It was so everyone could get access to ten hours of a ten second edit of a Nickelback song.
I’ve had this on repeat for ten minutes, I can’t stop laughing.
I must admit I didn’t think I would find myself watching a video about a plug, never mind enjoy it, but there you go. I present to you a video about the design of the British Plug. It’s actually fascinating…
If that tickled your fancy, Tom Scott does a lot more…
This will be Basil’s first Halloween, and I need to get him a great costume. There are so many options to choose from, but after seeing this video the decision has been made. Hilarious.
I wouldn’t be able to stop laughing at him running around in this.
If you haven’t seen this video yet, watch it. The next time you worry about looking like a weirdo, just remember there’s someone out there who practiced this over and over then thought ‘I’m going to film this and put it to music’.
I’m strangely impressed.
I actually love this song! It’s “Russian Unicorn” – a bad lip reading of Michael Bublé. Hilarious! You just have to watch it!
Recording your favourite band at a concert or festival could soon be a thing of the past, if Apple gets its way.
Patent plans filed by the corporation in late 2009 have come to light, showing plans to automatically shut off iPhone cameras if they are held aloft.
The Californian company’s plans reveal that infra-red sensors would detect when a person is filming and would disable the camera.
Really? That’s unbelievable. I’ve bought the iPhone fair and square, I should be given the freedom to do what I like with it.
Christ, if I want to stick it up my bum and ring it I bloody well will. Will Apple have a sensor for that?
Isn’t this a step backwards and a bit redundant? Entertainment Weekly have published an edition of their magazine with the addition of a small video screen. The screen, when triggered by the opening of a cardboard page, will show adverts and trailers.
Not to stomp on their parade, but I thought we were moving towards using one device for everything? This is like buying a book that has a Kindle attached to it which will only work for that book. There’s no point. It’s one or the other, magazine or electronic.
And it’s not exactly going to be environmentally friendly. Thousands upon thousands of cardboard pages, TV screens, batteries and processing for every edition, in every magazine? It really is a step backwards.