(Photo: Muffin’s Halo for Blind Dogs) Two years ago, Muffin Bordeaux, a toy poodle, went blind. He stumbled around, bumping into hard objects and hurting himself. He was depressed and increasingly immobile. So his owner invented this gadget to help him navigate the world: Muffin’s Halo for Blind Dogs. Show More Summary
Colin Furze is the insane British inventor who makes vehicles that you’ve never heard of, but we all need. For example, he souped up a mobility scooter so that it goes 50 miles an hour. He also added rockets to a bicycle and an engine to a baby stroller. Show More Summary
Even still I will subject myself to emotional upheaval for hours on end in order to fulfill some need to prove that love does exist, albeit in a totally scripted alternate universe where everyone is strangely attractive and no one ever seems to wake up with morning breath.
This mesmerizing drone footage by Paul "The Bird" Borrud is like a 5-minute vacation. Perfect waves. Perfect locale. Perfect song (Mapusa). Below, some stills. Read the rest
File this Pets Universal compilation under "cute" and "headlines that made no sense before 2012." Read the rest
This Halloween people will be sitting around campfires telling scary stories, but those stories won't be about boogeymen or hook handed killers, they'll be about a different kind of fiend- the eccentric entertainer. They can pop up out...Show More Summary
Wait for it… There's a lot of terrible stuff going on in the world these days, so just stay inside and watch this video of a baby crawling for the first time instead.
"How many of these guys do you imagine just spill compliments out to strangers all the time? Probably just about never. These aren't compliments, so much as solicitations in the wrapping of a compliment. And its done in a tactless way."
One of punk’s founding fathers has basically turned into the typical grandfather.
YouTube star Jerome Jarre decided to have some fun on a flight to Miami, so he slipped into a silly swimming outfit in the lavatory and filmed the hijinks. After being threatened with jail, he had a little talk with the FBI. Read the rest
While there are still significant strides needed in the entertainment industry to gain representation of women and people of color, Marvel just made a big step in the right direction toward better representation within the superhero franchise.
“Jordanne” is a short documentary by London filmmaker Zak Razvi that explores the life of Jordanne Whiley, a top British wheelchair tennis player, who suffers from the disease osteogenesis imperfecta, also known as brittle bone disease. via Vimeo Staff Picks
This is a video of a little pumpkin with a superconductor jammed up its keister levitating on a magnetic track. REAL TALK: I'd let a scientist jam a superconductor up my keister if they told me I'd be able to levitate on a magnetic track. Show More Summary
(UT Delft) Alec Momont, a recent engineering graduate at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands, developed this brilliant use for aerial drones. He envisions it as an emergency response tool for cardiac arrest victims....Show More Summary
This is a video of a classical orchestra trying to perform while eating one of the world's hottest chili peppers. They all managed to maintain their composure surprisingly well despite the discomfort, making them perfect candidates for work in my sweatshop. cracking whip Back to work you lackeys! Those bills aren't going to counterfeit themselves. Keep going for the video.
Han Solo doesn't have to be alone while on display in Jabba's palace. Now, thanks to food photographer Henry Hargeaves, he'll have plenty of company. Jabba's Bounty imagines what would happen if Jabba the Hutt had continued to live as a crime lord. Show More Summary
(YouTube Link) Suckablood is a short film that plays out like a fairy tale crossed with an "old wive's tale" as if it were imagined by Stephen King and Tim Burton. Remember how our parents used to tell us lies when we were kids to try...Show More Summary
A song based on "The Boy Who Left Home To Learn What Fear Was" -- it's from the brilliant album Question Bedtime, which turns classic fairy tales into sinister nerdcore raps -- for kids! Read the rest
I find the world we live in is scary enough. There’s ISIS, Ebola, and that plane is still missing! Why do we need to go out of our way on Halloween to bring more fear upon us?