Amazing video from space shows Earth and all of it’s details
Skybox Imaging is a company that has just started offering customers 90-second video of any point on Earth from its SkySat-1 satellite, providing the ability to monitor what’s going on down here on Earth from space.
Watch how the NSA trolls the Internet
If you think someone is out to get you online, writing hateful messages, creating fake profiles trolling you, writing in forums about you, and more, it might not be that far off base to think it’s a plot against you. If you are in the sights of the NSA, there is a good chance that they are trolling you and you don’t even know it.
Don’t feel so bad, even Hitler was Goxed
Sometimes we just need to find the humor when times are rough. And I must tell you, I couldn’t stop laughing all the way through this video, where Hitler gets goxed, too. Obviously it’s a play on the old Hitler Reacts meme, which is now a classic. Well done Internet, well done.
Science Experiment: How to crush a can without physical force
Gotta love science! This is a fun science experiment anyone can do at home. It’s simple. All you need is an empty can with a small amount of steaming hot water inside of it, and some ice water. The results when you put the can into the ice water are magical.
New iPhone 6 features: Fact or Fiction
Will the new iPhone 6 be one hundred times better than the iPhone 5? The iPhone community and users as a whole are expecting Apple to go above and beyond with what they did with the iPhone 5, but how?
Guy flies incredibly close to the ground using a wingsuit
I’m not sure if this is fun, or stupid. Brian Drake, while on top of the famous ENSA Couloir mountainside in south-east France, zipped up his wingsuit, and flew all the way down. Traveling extremely fast, and dangerously close to the ground.
Amazon says they will have flying drone delivery soon
If you saw the 60 Minutes special Sunday evening, then you know what this is about. If you didn’t, let me fill you in. To summarize, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, announced that within just a few years, optimistically speaking, Amazon will be able to deliver what you order online, directly to you, with a flying drone right to your house. Huzzah!
Lexus video shows synchronized flying drones in perfect harmony
Who would have thought that drones could fly together, in such precision, that they would appear in perfect harmony with each other creating a sequence of scenes that looks like it should be from the latest Pixar movie? Whew, that was a breathe-full, but the drones in this video are synchronized in such a way.
The Internet is killing it today
Today is chock full of nuts. There’s lots going on, and it’s all beautiful. Days like today, make the Internet fun! So with that said, I’ll drop some linkage which will hopefully make your day better.
YouTube users are not happy about the Google+ commenting system
Google’s recent revamp of the YouTube commenting system doesn’t appear to be going over very well for some users. For years, YouTube had a commenting problem - or as the rest of the world knows it - a trolling problem. Since Google+ relies heavily on identity, this is Google’s solution to trolls.
All the things an iPhone has replaced (video)
Ever wonder what life was like before iPhones? BuzzFeed nails it on the head with their video, 30 Things You No Longer Need Because of Smartphones.
Mega Man comes to life in new stop motion video
If you’re a fan of Final Cut King stop motion videos, you will like Zach King’s latest installment where Mega Man comes to life. This video was made by taking over 10,000 photos and used over 1,000 small tiles that were hot glued together and painted.
Here’s what you need to know about NSA spying all wrapped into one video
Fight for the Future, and Demand Progress, made a video breaking down the secret government NSA spying program, in easy to understand terms. The video, which was funded by Fight for the Future members, explains the stakes of NSA spying to people around the world.
Here’s an unbelievable Google Earth story that you need to see
After reading this story from Google Earth today, I found myself thinking, this is unbelievable. It’s too good to be true, but as luck would have it, it is a true story, and it’s a wonderful one at that. The story is about a young five-year old boy who accidentally fell asleep on a stationary train in India, in 1986. He later awoke to find himself alone and in an unfamiliar place.