Archive for the ‘YouTube’ tag
I love riding bikes. I’ll probably never ride one in a race, and certainly not in a race as competitive as this. Very interesting to see though, and very hard to follow:
(via Mr. Kottke)
I dare you to watch this entire video. It’s neat, I promise:
A nice little story about a boy, his motorcycle, his grandfathers, and his mother:
Charming little video about a old man who’s living a nice simple life as the most recognized face on San Diego’s Pacific Beach.
Every person employed for their expertise can almost certainly identify with the story in this video:
I don’t honestly even know the language being spoken in this video, but you certainly don’t need to. All you need to do is watch these dogs’ surprise. It’s delightful.
(via Stellar Interesting)
This is a neat little rabbit hole. A YouTube channel which mostly consists of putting a RHNB — red hot nickel ball — into or onto things. Much of it is sizzle and sit, but some are more interesting, like the sounds that come from water:
A few others:
Ever wondered where we get all those magical things like flour and water? Well as this video explains, much of the vital flour used in the US is harvested from disused old cookies, carefully deconstructed. Fascinating:
If you’ve not seen this by now, you should watch it. It’s a sweet video premise: take 10 pairs of strangers and have them kiss for the first time.