Entries Tagged as 'youtube'

Tuesday, January 17th, 2017

Australian Lamb Advert Celebrates the Country’s Humor and Rich Diversity

Australians love having a BBQ and this new ad from Australian Lamb uses that as a jumping off point to showcase that, along with nodding to the many immigrants and nations who have gone on to make up their populace. It starts with a couple of modern day indigenous Aussies picking a spot to have [...]

Thursday, January 12th, 2017

Comedian James Veitch on the Agony of Trying to Unsubscribe

We all have those emails that we’ve been signed up to, emails from companies at products we’ve bought that clog up your inbox, even though you’ve tried to unsubscribe from half of them a dozen times. Comedian James Veitch knows exactly how it feels, and in this amusing TED Talk he talks about his attempt [...]

Friday, December 9th, 2016

YouTube Rewind 2016 Recounts the Year’s Viral Videos

Remember the year in viral YouTube videos or were you too busy recoiling in horror at the events that took place in the shitbag that is 2016? Well, if you did miss a video or two, and chances are you did, YouTube has got your back with this, the YouTube Rewind video which features all [...]

Friday, August 26th, 2016

You Are Literally The Worst, According To These YouTube Comedians

Even though since they started out their videos are of better quality and, in their eyes, are improving no end Hello Generic’s YouTube subscribers are still going down. Which is why you are literally the worst, because it’s your fault that Vine videos of teens opening the fridge and making a dramatic camera movement [...]

Tuesday, August 16th, 2016

Stimulate Your Consciousness With This Fractal Brain Massage

There’s no need to take psychedelic drugs to expand your mind, the comedowns aren’t worth it. Instead just watch this 26 minute fractal video called ‘Brain Massage’ which is “designed to stimulate the dormant recesses of consciousness familiarizing it once again with the fractal perfection of existence.” You’ve no doubt been waiting to do that [...]

Friday, August 12th, 2016

h3h3Productions Looks at Why Facebook Content is so Terrible

If you thought some YouTube content was the dregs of the internet, then you obviously haven’t seen the worst Facebook has to offer—and you can probably be grateful that you haven’t. That won’t stop you from enjoying this video from h3h3Productions where comedian Ethan Klein tears into the content the social media site has to [...]

Saturday, July 9th, 2016

Leading EU Lawyer Weighs Up the UK’s Position in Wake of Brexit

If you live in the UK you’ll be acutely aware that in the lead up to the referendum on whether to leave the European Union there was a lot of misinformation flying about. From both sides. One of the most fact-based and measured outlooks was by EU lawyer Professor Michael Dougan.

Friday, June 10th, 2016

Guy Reveals Why He Left Facebook & Why the Site Sucks

No doubt you’ve got your own beefs with Facebook, whether it’s because of what people post or how Facebook decides what you see. YouTuber Tanktronic wanted to find out why the social media site had, for him, gone from vaguely interesting to very annoying, so he set about tracking and classifying his newsfeeds for one [...]

Monday, June 6th, 2016

Jenna Marbles’ ASMR Mukbang Unboxing Gaming Tutorial is All Things

Jenny Marbles mashes together some of the internet’s favorite things for a super-powered video. She takes ASMR, the whispered videos that attempt to produce a euphoric experience in the viewer, with Mukbang where someone films themselves eating large amounts of food, with unboxing and gaming. It’s all things to all internet.

Monday, June 6th, 2016

Watch the Strange But Captivating Music Video for Vitalic’s Classic ‘Poison Lips’

Taken from French electronic dance musician Vitalic’s seminal album Flashmob, the single Poison Lips is a banger of a track featuring splintered female vocals and thumping sub bass—if you’ve seen the movie Dredd then you’ll remember it from there. And the video is pretty awesome too, it features a Japanese girl smearing blood on various [...]

Friday, May 27th, 2016

Calvin & Hobbes – Art Before Commerce Looks at the Comic Strip that Elevated the Medium

The Calvin and Hobbes comic strip may have been stopped many years ago but the legacy of Bill Watterson’s legendary characters lives on. In his video essay kaptainkristian discusses the impact of the series and explains why it’s endured. In doing so he reflects on how we think about art and captialism in his video [...]