Here’s a fascinating snippet from a 1969 TV show that predicts the emergence of the internet. It is surprising how insightful this chip is about how the internet would be used for shopping and banking. Although it doesn’t mention anything about how the internet would be used for porn.
A video prank has a very high bar to clear before Spot Cool Stuff will find it funny. This clever rouse met that standard plus some. Watch as an actress and her identical twin on the other side of a sheet of glass convince people in a washroom that they can’t see themselves in a mirror.
In one of the coolest videos on YouTube of any sort traveler Matt Harding dances across our amazing planet. It is humorous, the dancing is, but there’s also something deeply profound about this video. The song, Praan, is incredibly cool too and is available for sale on Amazon (click on the widget, below).
The New York City based group Improv Everywhere strikes again. This time they pick a random little league baseball game, unfurl a fake NBC sports banner, act the part of super-fans and turn an otherwise normal sporting event into one that was memorable—and funny.
The violin has come a lot way since Torolli, Bach and Handel. This rendition of Owner of a Lonely Heart (by 70s rock band Yes) and Smooth Criminal (by Michael Jackson) is absolutely incredible. We are amazed that the musician can even see his violin through his hair.
Now this is the sort of wedding we wish we were invited to! The twist half-way through this video inspired several other newlyweds to post their own spiced-up first dances on YouTube. We still think this original one is the best.
Macs are usually considered cooler but this video shows that PCs have some game as well. Here’s a song composed entirely of the default alerts, warnings and other sounds made by the Windows XP and Windows 98 operating systems: