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Kids Singing Eye Of The Tiger Together [VIDEO]

d These kids do a pretty good rendition of ‘Eye of the Tiger‘.   I don’t remember music class being this cool except for when our teacher had us sing ‘The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald‘ by Gordon Lightfoot (which was actually a little weird). Video can be seen at Maniac World

thanks to “gaco”


TOP 10 Best Internet Videos | Most Iconic | That Made The Web a Better Place [LIST]

Urlesque made and awesome list;Join Urlesque as we count down our picks for the top 100 viral videos that made the Internet such a wonderful place. These are the clips that make us laugh the most, inspired future videos, or even changed the web as we know it. See the full list below and click on the video titles to get a deeper look into each selection. Or, start from the beginning and peruse the entire list. Just wanna know what #1 is? You can do that, too.”

100. Bad Day
99. Scarlet Takes A Tumble
98. Roomba Driver (Cat on a Roomba)
97. Worst Day of My Life (Crying Idol Girls)
96. Lip Dub – ‘Flagpole Sitta’
95. Charlie the Unicorn
94. Winnebago Man
93. Leeroy Jenkins
92. Lightning Bolt
91. The Average Homeboy (Denny Blaze)
90. The Machine Is Us/ing Us
89. Corey Worthington Delaney
88. Gamer Freak Out (Angry German Kid)
87. Impossible Is Nothing (Worst Resume Ever)
86. Shiba Inu Puppy Cam
85. Dog Saves Injured Dog From Freeway
84. Trapped In An Elevator
83. All Your Base Are Belong To Us
82. Guinness World Record for Most T-Shirts Worn at One Time
81. Tron Guy
80. Bill O’Reilly Flips Out (We’ll Do It Live!)
79. iJustine’s iPhone Bill
78. Barack Roll
77. Nintendo 64 Kid
76. Kittens Inspired By Kittens
75. Look At That Horse
74. Tom Cruise’s Scientology Video
73. Powerthirst
72. David Elsewhere
71. G.I. Joe Porkchop Sandwiches Mash-Up
70. Will It Blend?
69. Samwell, ‘What What (In The Butt)’
68. Wii Fit Girl
67. Little Superstar
66. Randy Pausch’s Last Lecture
65. Liam Sullivan’s ‘Shoes’
64. La Caida de Edgar (Edgar’s Fall)
63. Gellieman, ‘Aicha’
62. Peanut Butter Jelly Time
61. Inmate ‘Thriller’ Dance
60. Parry Gripp Remixes – ‘Cat Flushing the Toilet’
59. Avril Lavigne, ‘Girlfriend’
58. Whistle Tips With Bubb Rubb and Lil’ Sis
57. Breakdance Baby Kick
56. Cockroach vs. Weatherman
55. Potter Puppet Pals

Click here the for the rest of the list

This is The Microsoft I Want to See | 2019 a Microsoft Vision

People sometimes ask me why I dislike Microsoft. The answer is simple: I don’t — I’ve just been disappointed with much of what it’s done in the past decade.

This disappointment stems from the 1990s, when I was a big fan of many Microsoft products (and incidentally, could not stand Apple products). But over the past 10 years, I’ve slowly transitioned away from almost everything made by the company. It’s not what I set out to do, it just happened because better products came along — products not made by Microsoft.

YOU MUST SEE THIS VIDEO!

Vimeo, Just Calm Down, You’re Not The Inventor of “High Definition” [PIC]

Vimeo, Just Calm Down, You're Not The Inventor of
Vimeo, Just Calm Down, You’re Not The Inventor of “High Definition” [PIC]

I saw this banner at Vimeo‘s site today. Vimeo says that we wont believe our eyes. O, RLY? Thank You Vimeo for bringing us “HD Technology” and for making the World a better place.

Watch This Vimeo HD Video and Decide;

Now, you don’t believe your eyes isn’t it? No, trust me. Those are your eyes.

How the Google Doodles (logos) are Made and by Who? [VIDEO]


How the Google Doodles (logos) are Made and by Who?

Here is the blog post of Dennis Hwang about Doodles;

My name is Dennis, and I’m the guy who draws the Google doodles. But the doodle tradition started here before I did. The first doodle was produced by (who else?) Larry and Sergey, who, when they attended the Burning Man festival in summer 1999, put a little stick figure on the home page logo in case the site crashed and someone wanted to know why nobody was answering the phone. By the time I began an internship here in the summer of 2000, the company was producing doodles on a regular basis. At the time I was a Stanford undergrad majoring in art and computer science, and, although I hadn’t been hired to do anything remotely related to logo design, I eventually stumbled into my first doodle gig (Bastille Day, July 2000, for which I did a fairly boring flag motif).

And I’ve done all the doodles ever since; I’ve produced almost 150 by now. The doodles are only a small part of my actual job (as Google’s international webmaster, I’m responsible for managing all our international site content, which keeps me plenty busy), but it’s definitely my favorite. Holding up my mockups and then holding my breath while Larry and Sergey do their “thumbs-up, thumbs-down” emperor thing is never boring, and I love the fact that my little niche within this company turned out to be something so cool and creative and, well, Google-y.

What doodles will I be doing next? Well, telling you in advance would spoil the fun of it, and I have no idea anyway. If you’ve got any ideas of your own, feel free to send them in. Who knows; you may just make a little Google history yourself.

Dennis Hwang

Give Up Internet’s Note: Also you can design and send your own doodles to Google from this url.

Odd Stuff: Awesome Flying Men [VIDEO]


Awesome Flying Men

This video is currently at the top of many social media sites. To create a buzz via a picture file is easier than a video file. You really have to have great video content.