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4/3 This One-Handed Catcher’s Throwing Technique Is So Smooth, We Almost Didn’t Notice It. This is pretty inspirational. @TonyAustin_10 @Digg

4/1/18 Here’s What Ancient Ruins Would Look Like If They Hadn’t Been Destroyed. This only lasts 50 seconds, but it is very cool. @reddit

3/31 MNOZIL BRASS – Watch one guy play four brass instruments at the same time. @mnozilbrass

3/30 Apple proposes 13 new emoji that represent people with disabilities. I wonder if they asked disabled people for input? @nicolemichele5 @mashable @ShellTerrell

3/28 The Absurd Amount Of Work Required To Animate Wes Anderson’s Isle Of Dogs – This looks like a cool movie that should be coming to your town soon. @isleofdogsmovie @nowthisnews

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3/26 Here’s Why You Don’t Park Right At The Bottom Of A Snowy Mountain – Be sure to share with Earth science teachers and students. @sern555

3/25 Some Simple Advice For Figuring Out How Much Screen Time To Give Your Child – Enjoy screens, not too much, and together. This short [2:13] animation gives great advice. Also see my summary of Anya’s book The Art of Screen Time: How Your Family Can Balance Digital Media and Real Life. @anya1anya

3/24 Will Smith And Jimmy Fallon Performed A Mash-Up Of Some Of The Best Sitcom Theme Songs Of All Time. It’s nice to see late night entertainment that doesn’t deal with politics. @WillSmithNews @jimmyfallon

3/23 The Voice Behind Samurai Jack, Static Shock And 250 Other Beloved Cartoons – Phil LaMarr is the man responsible for literally hundreds of your favorite cartoon characters. This is amazing. @phillamarr @GOBLINSANIMATED

3/22 Cartoonist Records His Grandma Trying To Talk To An Amazon Echo, Animates A Hilarious Video To Accompany It. The audio was recorded at the cartoonist’s kitchen table with the cartoonist’s family. @Digg

3/21 Stephen Hawking’s Most Hilarious TV Appearances – Hawking not only made great contributions to science, but also to comedy. @PopSci @TheScientist_SH

3/20 The Strange Story Of How 29,000 Lost Rubber Ducks Helped With Ocean Research. It ends with an ad for Skillshare, but otherwise is very interesting. @HalfInteresting @skillshare

3/19 This Fidget Spinner Rube Goldberg Machine Is Mesmerizing. Can you and your kids build one? @RonBaalke @Digg

3/18 Someone Rewrote ‘Eleanor Rigby’ As A Pokémon Battle Theme, And It’s Perfect. Share with Pokémon adicts you know. @josefkenny @jcosco

3/17 How Much Do You Pee And Poop In A Lifetime? This animation is entertaining and informative. It also uses math. @TheInfoShow

3/16 Google Used Machine Learning To Make A Synthesizer. Instead of programming a synth to generate music, they’ve left that up to a machine learning algorithm to figure out. @OfficialMagenta @Google

3/15 A photographer’s 7,200-mile journey following the mighty Mississippi – This looks like great fun. @mswontheroad @kdombsadof @MAGolon

3/14 J.S. Bach – Toccata and Fugue in D Minor BWV 565 // Amy Turk, Harp – Some readers may remember this from Fantasia. This really kills. Share with kids who don’t know that classical music isn’t cool. @amyturkharp

3/13 Robot solves Rubik’s Cube in about half a second. Thankfully the video is slowed down so you can see what is going on. @SeanKeach @TheSun

3/10 Why You Should Treat Yourself The Way You Treat Your Friends – WARNING: The S**Thead word is used once. This is good emotional learning and an example of the kind of animation your kids might be able to do. @TheSchoolOfLife

3/9 Making Pottery Is Child’s Play For These Fast-Learning Kids. You might want to look for local pottery lessons rather than trying this at home. @HihoKids

3/8 Why You Shouldn’t Take Your Brain Too Seriously When It Tells You You’re Ugly. This can help with students’ self-esteem. @TheSchoolOfLife

3/7 Pringle Stack Ring Challenge – There are several people doing a circular Pringle sculpture on YouTube. This one is the most educational featuring science and math concepts. Time to turn your kids loose. @theactionlabman

3/6 Take On Me Done In 20 Different Styles – Can your music students do this with their favorite songs? @TenSecondSongs

3/5 Watch What Happens When You Stand Under A Super-Low Blue Angel Takeoff. Can your students guess? @Storyful

3/4 Could There Be Another Oscars Upset? Here’s What Our Data Says. Be sure to scroll down to see how nominees and winners are picked. Good graphs follow. @mathewolson

3/3 Guy Doesn’t Even Break A Sweat Hitting 18 Beer Pong Shots In A Row. Good thing he wasn’t drinking after each shot. @BBsDoingNothing

3/2 These Are The Zip Codes That Have Gentrified The Most Since 2000. RentCafé decided to look at the change in an area’s home values, household income and concentration of college-educated folks over time. There are some interesting graphs here some teachers can use. @rentcafeqa

3/1 a href=”http://di.gg/2HWrQIS”>Take A 360-Degree Spin In One Of Waymo’s Fully Self-Driving Minivans. Learn about the technology that goes into powering the Google fleet. @Waymo @verge

2/28 Is Masturbation Good For You? This should be part of any sex education program. It’s well done, informative, and only 3+ minutes. @AsapSCIENCE

2/26 Yang Tae Hwan on guitar – This is the 13-year-old Korean kid who rocked the closing Olympic ceremonies. WOW!

2/25 The Most Dangerous Sport In The US Is Probably Not The One You’re Thinking About. Try to guess. Perhaps your students can do draws animations like this. @Whalewatchmeplz @mitchellmoffit @AsapSCIENCE

2/24 Cartoons on University Teaching and Life – Enjoy Larry Cuban’s latest collection. @LarryCuban

2/22 Floods Completely Submerged A Forest Path In Crystal Clear Water. It’s One Of The Coolest Things We’ve Seen In A Long Time. @riodaprata

2/20 88 very British phrases that will confuse anybody who didn’t grow up in the UK – Every language has a few phrases that don’t always translate well — and the British English has some absolute corkers. @bobbie_edsor @Romdhanifaten @JaneSetter @Independent

2/19 This Optical Illusion Of A Robot Drawing Is Amazing. The timelapse used in the video makes the robot hand appear to be drawing way faster than it actually is. @sploid

2/18 This Uncapsizable Boat Is Seriously Cool. The Thunder Child is fast as hell and can take a beating — as in, you can flip it over completely and it won’t skip a beat. @CaterpillarInc

2/16 This Is Probably The Closest Anyone Is Gonna Get To Skating Across The Sky. This is very cool. @JukinMedia

2/15 Your Brain On Love, Told Through Song – This is an easy way to digest some serious science. @NPRskunkbear

2/14 Slow-Mo Video Of A Kid Cannonballing Onto A Frozen Trampoline Is Insanely Cool. If you can find a cold trampoline, your kids can do this too. @reddit

2/11 What If Feels Like To Rocket Downhill At 90 MPH On A Skeleton Sled – This short video [1:46] is very cool. @JohnDalyUSA @greatbigstory

2/10 Baby Octopus Is A Master Of Camouflage Instantly After Hatching – He appears about five seconds in. @VAAquarium

2/9 All The New Emojis That Will Clog Your Keyboard In 2018 – Which ones will you be using. @Emojipedia

2/8 pdating The Periodic Table Song With New Elements Is Thankless Work, But Someone’s Gotta Do It. This gives you an idea of what elements look like and are used for. @mitchellmoffit @AsapSCIENCE

2/7 Nine Mistakes You Make When Ordering Wine at a Restaurant – As a avid wine drinker I find this to be good advice. @VinePair @JMiquelWine @Barococo_DD

2/4 This Short Shows That Everyone Is Basically Taking The Same Pictures Now When They Travel. I think I’m guilty of this too. How about you? @verge

2/3 Poor Guy Manages To Lose His Whole Parachute Just Before He’s About To Paraglide. Many things can go wrong when you’re paragliding, but this is probably one that we least expected. @JukinMedia

2/2 Vibe Out To This Perfect, Serene And Somehow Dry Waterfall Swing Set. This is so cool. @jcosco

2/1 Monopoly is releasing a special edition of its iconic game that’s made specifically for cheaters. Not sure this appeals to me. How about you and your kids? @KirstenAcuna @thisisinsider @HasbroNews @MariaBartiromo @MorningsMaria

1/31 This 60 FPS Footage Of A Drone Racing Down Mountains Will Give You Vertigo. @BlackSheepZA @BanniUK

1/30 This Looks Like A Super Fun Way To Clean The Snow Off Your Roof. A couple guys in Japan’s Gifu Prefecture woke up to find their home covered in a massive snow blanket. So they found a fun way to knock it down. @JukinMedia

1/29 This 67-Year Old Woman Could Probably Destroy You At Soccer – OK kids, time to work on these moves. @Baileykontor

1/28 Why It’s Important (And Okay) For Us To Go Insane Sometimes. Being sane all of the time probably isn’t good for you. @TheSchoolOfLife @Digg

1/27 Burger King Made This Good But Weird Ad About Net Neutrality. I’m sure how banning net neutrality will work for me, but this is funny. @BurgerKing

1/25 Minnie Mouse receives star on Hollywood Walk of Fame. Mickey got his forty years ago. Note that women got the vote fifty years after black men. @ABC7 @Varneyco @FoxBusiness

1/24 Blindfolded ‘Guitar Hero’ Legend Plays ‘Through The Fire And Flames’ At 125% Speed, Absolutely Nails It. “Guitar Hero” peaked years ago. But this is an achievement that will be celebrated for many years to come. @randyladyman

1/23 We Can Only Assume This Man Riding His Wheelchair On Top Of A Hoverboard Is A Wizard. Handicapped people can fun in unique ways with a little creativity. @JukinMedia

1/22 Gerard Butler Is Here To Teach You Scottish Slang. WARNING: This is salted with some bad words, but I found it to be pretty funny. @GerardButler

1/21 This Map Shows Which States Are ‘The Worst Possible State To Live In.’ How is your state doing? My state of New York isn’t doing so great. @Gallup

1/20 Gymnast Aly Raisman’s Statement At Abuser Larry Nassar’s Sentencing Hearing Is A Must-Watch. This is a powerful statement. @Aly_Raisman

1/19 You’re Probably Having A Better Day At The Office Than This Forklift Driver. I think there is a physics lesson here somewhere. @JukinMedia

1/18 The Fascinating Thing That Happens When You Roll A Frisbee On A Windy, Frozen Lake. Can your kids explain what is happening here? @sheagunther @Digg

1/17 There Is Something So Good And Satisfying About This Artist Drawing A Face In One Continuous Line. Challenge your kids to give this a try. @JukinMedia

1/16 So This Is How You Get Around In A Storm. With only two dogs it must be a very light sled. @ViralHog

1/13 A Beautiful Look At How A Rare Kind Of Traditional Chinese Noodles Are Made – Nanshan noodles have existed for hundreds of years, but there are only 300 people in the world who know how to make them properly. This is fascinating. @TvErgeng

1/12 A Poker Pro Explains How To Tell If Someone Is Bluffing – This is a good body language lesson. @bigthink

1/11 A Musician Explains Harmony In Five Increasingly Complex Ways. This is a great music lesson your kids can take anywhere. @JCollierMusic @herbiehancock

1/10 This Kid Can Tap Out A Killer Beat Using Just Two Pens. Just about anything can be a percussion instrument. Time to get your kids started. @JukinMedia

1/9 Behind The Wheel Of The World’s Most Advanced Autonomous Vehicle – Is this your future? @CarThrottle

1/7 No, Your Eyes Do Not Deceive You, This Is Really A Rubik’s Cub Made Out Of Ice. Do your kids have a Rubik Cube to play with? @myhits106

1/6 Guy Films One Second Every Day While Hiking The Continental Divide Trail. This is very cool with some nice musich. @HalfwayAnywhere

1/5 Camille and Kennerly, The Harp Twins (2 Women 1 Harp) – This is amazing and beautiful in more ways than one. Search “Harp Twins” on YouTube for more. @HarpTwins

1/4 You’ll Never Hear ‘Wonderwall’ The Same Way After Hearing It Played Using All These Keyboard Settings. If you have a keyboard, you and your kids can try this with your favorite song. @SethEverman

1/3/2018The Only Good To Come Out Of This Abysmal Weather Is Seeing Bubbles Freeze In Real Time. If it’s really cold where you live, give this a try. @ratzlaff @PrairieChasers @PhotoEdCANADA

12/31 Grandma Picks Up Guitar At Music Show, Blows Everyone’s Mind. Paula Jo Taylor was branded by Nikki Sixx of the Mötley Crüe as The Viral Granny Guitarist, featured in Guitar World Magazine. Prepare to be amazed. @paulajotaylor

12/30 Here’s why your body prefers to poop at home. Watching the attractive woman talking about the colon is fascinating. Give it a chance. @GiuliaEnders @TEDTalks

12/29 Extremely Casual Outdoorsman Submerses Himself In Frozen Lake, Demonstrates How To Rescue Yourself. – This could save your life. The explanation lasts until the 6:40 mark when he falls in. @Digg

12/28 That’s How You Win A Tied Basketball Game With 0.6 Seconds Left – It pretty much has to be a lob. @tysonchandler @Suns

12/27 How Fleetwood Mac Made The Best Songs – If you are interested on how a song is made in the stuido, this is for you. @Digg

12/26 The Best News Bloopers Of 2017 – This is pretty funny. @NewsBeFunny

12/24 Larry Cuban’s Cartoons on Mediocrity – I hope you enjoy these as much as I did. @CubanLarry

12/23 Katy Perry and Stevie Nicks think this teen singer is the next big thing. Here name is Grace VanderWaal. Whatch her here on YouTube. @GraceVanderWaal @HardeepPhull @nypost

12/22 Dear Satan, is An Animated Short About a Girl Who Accidentally Writes Letter to Satan Instead of Santa. @cjdswanston @LaughingSquid @s8n @ValmontGod

12/21 The High School Student’s Simple Explanation Of Relativity Will Boggle Your Mind Share with science teachers and students you know. This won a $250,000 scholarship! Hillary Diane Andales @FlyingKetchup @ResearchStash

12/20 We Really Don’t Recommend Doing This With Your Boat. The action starts at the 20 second mark of this 32 second video.

12/18 The Shape Scale can show you where you are gaining or losing weight. It’s like a magic mirror that allows you to time travel. See your present and past self from any angle. @ShapeScale

12/17 This Guy Can Use Literally Anything As A Ping Pong Paddle And Still Hit Accurately. This might be fun for you and your kids to try. @takkyuugeinin @Digg

12/16 How To Turn Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup Into The Ultimate Deep-Fried Dumplings This looks like a good science lesson for your kids. @Eater

12/14 What’s Faster, Using A Sharp Knife Or A Hyper-Specific Kitchen Tool? This is great fun for anyone who likes kitchen work. @Eater

12/13 ‘Star Wars’ Characters Singing ‘MMMBop’ Is The Strangest Mash-Up We Didn’t Know We Needed. Got your tickets yet? I’ve got mine. @jimmyfallon

12/11 A Blizzard Made the Unwatchable Colts-Bills Matchup Must-Watch TV. There are several short videos here in case you missed it. @Danny_Heifetz @ringer

12/10 Why Stupid Things Are Smarter Together – It’s called emergence and it’s everywhere. This cool animation is some serious learning. @Kurz_Gesagt @Patreon

12/8 Yep, that’s a pole-dancing robot. Next stop, an automated lap dance? @Namastaywoke @newscomauHQ @nypost

12/6 Offensively Good Pool Trick Shots For Your Viewing Pleasure
-You might like these even if you don’t play pool. @JukinMedia

12/5 These Slick Toy Train Stunts Are Delightfully Daring. Time to get out your train set and try this. @5MadMovieMakers

12/4 The Paintings This Guy Can Create In Excel Are Something Else. @greatbigstory @h_mancondition @TatsuoHoriuchi1

12/3 Seven Strange Ice Formations – There is a lot of natural beauty and some science here. @JaymiHeimbuch @urbancoyoteintv @MotherNatureNet @SnapYourWorld @StormHour

12/2 We Can Barely Keep Up With These Super Fast Guitar Harmonics. Do you know what harmonics are? @viralvidsORG

12/1 This smart condom is like a Fitbit for sex. The stretchable shaft gadget also detects STDs. @inkonthepad @nypost

11/30 The Tricks Pixar Used to Make Coco’s Super Slick Sheletons I’ve seen this film and highly recommend it for anyone ten-years-old or older. @mikamckinnon @WIRED

11/29 Ram Charges Deer, Gets Way More Than It Bargained For. Share with science teachers and students you know. @huntinguru @JukinMedia

11/28 This One-Minute Short Film Is Pure Genius. When the sirens started blaring, the survivalist was ready. He had been planning for this all along. @GasPalacio

11/27 This Animation Of The Moving Molecules That Make Cell Division Possible Is Honestly A Little Creepy. Great learning here for science and art students. @veritasium

11/26 Daisy Ridley Answers ‘Star Wars’ Questions While Building A Lego Millennium Falcon. Share with Star Wars fans you know. @RidleyDaiIy @ELLEmagazine @JediNewsUK

11/25 For The Last Thirty Years, One Balloon Character Has Dominated The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Can you or your kids guess which one? Check this cool graph. @Digg

11/24 What Would Happen If You Ate Your Pet’s Food? See if you and your kids and figure this out. @steverousseau

11/22 The Motherboard Guide to Sexting Securely – Since most kids will do this anyway, they might as well read this advice. @lmatsakis @motherboard

11/21 This Japanese Game Show Called ‘Slippery Stairs’ Is Absolutely Perfect. This is a riot. @juanbuis

11/19 The New Tesla Roadster’s Acceleration Doesn’t Even Look Real. Watch both short videos. WARNING: Watch out for the “S” word. @Zero2Turbo

11/18 Huge Whale Jumps Inches From A Whale Watcher In Breathtaking Footage. This guy got his money’s worth. @ViralHog

11/17 Things Americans Do That Europeans Find Totally Weird – Our portion sizes are double what they should be, our sales tax makes no sense and why is everyone so gosh darn friendly? This is a good culture lesson. @TheInfoShow

11/15 Boston Dynamics Built A New Headless Robo Dog. WHen do they add a couple of guns? Could these robots be our new soldiers? @BostonDynamics

11/14 Drone Flies In Low Orbits To Capture Breathtaking Time-Lapse Video Of The Earth. The short was filmed from the vantage point of birds of prey. @Yiannisbiliris @sploid @_VisualSuspect

11/12 Every State Ranked by Its Food – This can be a fun way to learn about your state and others. Happy to see my state (NY) come in third. @KAlexander03 @APKryza @thrillist

11/11 The Finalists For The 2017 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards Are Hysterical. You have to love these. @jcosco

11/9 The Tax System, Explained in Beer. This is an excellent economic lesson. @JohnstonGrocke @millermarinellc

11/8 TV Shows Have Been ‘Jokingly’ Calling Out Kevin Spacey For Years. Looks like his pedophilia was well known in the industry. Sad. @SethMcFarlane_ @BeauWillimon

11/7 Apple revealed which emoji Americans use the most – Can you and your kids guess which one it is? @zoeschlanger @qz

11/6 Musician Plays the Last Stradivarius Guitar in the World, the “Sabionari” Made in 1679. The guitar sounds amazing and the due plays pretty well too. @englishteach8 @openculture

11/5 Animation Of Collapsing Bodies Made Out Of Noodles Frozen figures — once paralyzed by moods — are reduced to heaps of flexible nothingness in a weird and wonderful video. @ariweinkle @Gizmodo

11/3 Movies Look Completely Different With The Visual Effects Removed. Share with teachers who help students make videos. @focusfame

11/2 This Video Opposing People Putting Q-Tips In Their Ears Is Art In Its Highest Form. If you have 24 seconds you will love the creativity and the art. @lifeon_earth

11/1 Crows Are Doing the Best They Can. It’s time to give these resourceful, community-minded creatures some credit. @elainejgodfrey @TheAtlantic

10/31 First Impressions of the iPhone X. How do you show off the most anticipated product in years? @StevenLevy @sullyfoto @wired

10/30 All the candy that’s sold during Halloween week, in one massive pumpkin – Here is a graph that most kids can understand and enjoy. @juliaoftoronto @JZarracina @voxdotcom

10/28 This Stop Motion Short Made With Carved Pumpkins is Atumnal Amazement. What are your kids doing with pumpkins? @ohkamp @graysonmatthews

10/27 The Most Unaffordable Housing Markets In North America – This chart is very interesting an easy to read. @Point2Homes @Digg

10/26 Meet Your New Robot Roommate. Jibo experiences the world and reacts with expressive movements and responses. He loves to be around people and engage with people. @jibo @JiboRobot

10/24 The Longest Truck In The World Is Pretty Crazy To Look At. Would you believe 110 wheels? @reddit

10/23 Video On How Saxophones Are Produced Has Some Pretty Zany Sound Effects. This a cool mix on efforts from humans and machines. @reddit

10/22 Why Filing Taxes Is So Darn Complicated – The government already knows everything it needs to know about your tax returns. @CollegeHumor

10/21 Watching Marbles Roll Around This Intricate Marble Machine Is Extremely Satisfying. This is very cool. @Digg

10/20 Check Out This Quirky Short Film On The Loneliness Of Starting College. For a video class, this freshman was asked to depict a “transformation.” She chose how tough it can be to find your “group” in college. Share with high school seniors you know. @MarshallBmann @GrownandFlown

10/19 The Best Band From Every State – Do you agree with the pick from your state? I can say I agree with the pick from New York where I live. Some states are no-brainers. @danielvjackson @AnthonySchneck @Thrillist

10/16 Watching Disabled Kids Experience Zero Gravity Is Something That Will Make Your Heart Soar. Do you and your students understand how this works? @AirborneFilms @RevesdeGosse @sploid

10/15 This Breakdancer’s Spinning Moves Are Unbelievable. This makes my head spin. @ProBreakingTour @stance

10/14 Man Is Stunned To Realize That The Fish He Caught Has 32 Baby Turtles In Its Belly. This explains why turtles lay so many eggs. @Digg

10/13 The Fascinating Process That Goes Behind Restoring Jim Henson Puppets Share with Muppet fans you know. @TomSpinaDesigns @TheMuppets

10/11 Fan Vote for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame – Time for you and the kids to cast your ballots. I visited the hall in Sept 2017 and highly recommend it. @crockvideos

10/10 A definitive list of the musicians who influenced our lives most – Which ones are rated too low or too high in your opinion? @dkopf @amyxwang @qz

10/9 A Tourism Campaign For Your Crappy Hometown – This is pretty funny. I’ve done just this recently and really had fun. @CollegeHumor

10/8 Two minutes at New York City’s Comic Con – I attended this show last year and it is something else. @NY_Comic_Con @megturney

10/7 Father Teaches His Young Son To Catch An Exceptionally Huge Fish With His Bare Hands. The catch takes place just after the 1:50 mark. @Digg

10/6 Ladies of Tinder, you can finally get revenge on douchebag men. Be sure to watch the funny 2-minuite video. @jasperhamill @TheSun @nypost

10/4 Old Kosciuszko Bridge Imploded in Dusty Spectacle – Who doesn’t like watching something blow up? @andrewsiff4NY @ArdolinoMichael @NBCNewYork

10/3 American Girl performed by Tom Petty – Here’s to Tom Petty (1950 – 2017) and every American girl. I’m a big fan. So sad. @tompetty

10/2 Plastic Surgeons Urged to Quit Posting Procedures to Instagram. there’s a disturbing, growing trend of plastic surgeons promoting silly, circus-like environments during procedures and posting the videos to social platforms. @dailytonic

10/1 Comedian Jay Pharoah Is A Total Master Of Impressions. Have you got four minutes for some laughs. @JayPharoah @TheJamTVShow

9/30 Introducing Guiding Hands – CONAN on TBS – This is pretty funny. WARNING: The is a bit near the end that may not be for younger kids. @TeamCoco

9/29 This Utterly Baffling Card Trick Has A Super Simple Explanation. This trick wouldn’t be that hard to learn for you and your kids. @LiorSuchard

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9/28 Why So Many New Species Are Named After Celebrities – Scientists just named some newly discovered spiders after Bernie Sanders, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Michelle Obama. You have to call them something. @Ewiththeaccent @motherboard

9/27 Something in our brain is making these spirals look like they are moving. These playful circles stay still when you stare them down one at a time, but spin frustratingly when spied altogether. @MarissaShieh @AkiyoshiKitaoka @PopSci

9/26 Man Tries To Fly A Power Kite, Power Kite Flies Man Instead. Be sure to learn from this guy’s mistake. @rmtraveltips

9/25 The Opening Credits For ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Are Absolutely Jawdropping. If you like art you will like this. @StarTrek

9/24 Watching A Man Make Mud Bricks Using Primitive Technology Is Just Fascinating. It’s cool to see how our ancestors built things. @Primitive_Tech

9/23 One-Legged Kid On Crutches Jukes Another Kid, Nutmegs The Keeper To Score A Goal. Is this the best soccer goal of 2017? @gabe_carneiro

9/22 How many accents can this man nail? Kai Rigby has traveled around the world, encountering a wide variety of accents along the way. @nypost

9/21 What Would Happen If You Never Stopped Doing Push-Ups? This is a good science lesson. @steverousseau @digg

9/20 Cartoons and Stories of Students and Lawyers – There is some good humor here. @LarryCuban

9/19 Building The Biggest Lego Set Ever Will Take You Over A Day And Test Your Sanity. The box weighs 25 pounds and the instructions are 500 pages long. At 2 x 3 feet, it’s probably not for someone in a small apartment. @Gizmodo

9/18 Here’s What You Can Buy With A Million Dollars Around The World – You may want to subscribe to this. @TheInfoShow

9/17 The Week’s Coolest Space Photos – This includes Cassini’s last look at Saturn. @pang_chieh

9/16 If College Tours Were Actually Honest – This is funny and somewhat true. @CollegeHumor

9/15 An Extremely Accurate Parody Of The iPhone X Release – I watched the entire event, which lasted almost two hours. This made me laugh. @jacksfilms @thurrott

9/14 Florida Woman Lets Her Dog Go For A Swim And, Oh Crap, That’s A Gator. Seems like the gators have been moving around during the hurricane. @Digg

9/13 Group Skating Down A Hill In A Giant Roller Cart Looks Like A Freakin’ Blast. Note that the two guys in the back are wearing helmets. @willian_amorim_

9/12 Boiling Water + Liquid Nitrogen = Cool Water Vapor Explosions – This is a cool mix of science and fun. @kumafilms

9/11 I downloaded an app. And suddenly, was part of the Cajun Navy. After two minutes of training, I was talking to people desperate for help. @HoustonChron

9/9 What Would Happen If You Brought A Piece Of Sun To Earth? This is acute and informative animation. @Kurz_Gesagt

9/8 Are We Facing the Great Chicken Wing Crisis of 2017? Chickens only have two wings. For every two wings, you eat someone has to eat the rest. @mjnblack @bonappetit

9/7 Eight Apps We Would Make If We Had Time – This is really funny and oh so true. @gloveandboots

9/6 Ten Things You Shouldn’t Do While Camping – This is funny, but it is also good advice. @gloveandboots

9/5 This Cover Of ‘Despacito’ On Two Calculators Is A Triumph Of Human Ingenuity. When life gives you musical calculators, you make calculator music. @Digg

9/4 Blink And You’ll Miss This New Rubik’s Cube World Record. Congrats to Patrick Ponce for shaving .05 seconds off the previous record. @compete @patrickponce199

9/3 A banjo player overcomes the PR disaster of the movie deliverance. There is some good advice and humor here. Full confession: I play the banjo. @howardgoldthwai @TEDxSMU

9/2 Job Interview Tips From Glove and Boots – This is funny but it contains some good advice your students should know. @gloveandboots

9/1 Fafa’s Photoshop Tutorial – I never get tired of Glove and Boots. @gloveandboots

8/31 8/31 Trust Us, This Michelin-Starred Sushi Chef Is An Absolute Master. Even if you don’t like sushi you might like this. There is also some pretty cool music. @CagenNYC @Eater

8/31 Metallica’s ‘Enter Sandman’ Covered In Every Genre. There is a serious music lesson here for people of all ages. @musiciswin

8/30 Elon Musk Posts Exhilarating Video Of Hyperloop Pod Accelerating To 200 MPH In Seconds. A pod designed by students at the Technical University of Munich ran away with the victory. @TechCrunch @TU_Muenchen @elonmusk

8/29 Have A Giant 3D Printer? You Should Make Giant LEGO Sets. You can use the same instructions as your ordinary set, just be sure you’re building with someone strong enough to press those giant pieces together. @MANTSIROBOT @sploid

8/26 Today’s Best Animated Short Is A Silly Sci-Fi Take On Video Game Streaming – This is pretty far out and funny. @wolfhard @PolarisTweets

8/26 Today’s Best Animated Short Is A Silly Sci-Fi Take On Video Game Streaming – This is pretty far out and funny. @wolfhard @PolarisTweets

8/25 Sex doll more popular than real prostitutes at this brothel. Just another job going to the robots. And, while I’m on the subject, The eclipse actually got people to stop watching porn. @BeckyPemberton @JeremyLayt0n @TheSun @nypost

8/22 Dancing While Hydro-Jetting Is Not The Best Idea – If you ever do this be sure you are not near the shore. @RMVideos

8/21 This Trippy Animated Short Taps Into Everything We Love About Classic Video Games. Space Gasman Ed is called upon by the mayor to fix a gas leak created by Lord Gasideous to dominate the denizens of their city — and yes, this is as weird and perfect as it sounds. @BlirpStudio @r2d2rigo

8/19 Are You Above Average Or Below Compared To Other People? This is an interesting and informative animational. @AsapSCIENCE

8/17 You’ll Either Love Or Hate EW’s Map Of Every State’s Most Iconic Movie. Can you guess what your state’s movie is? @EW

8/16 Always Tie Your Swimsuit Tightly Before You Ride The Wave Pool. Share with anyone you know who is on their way to a water park. @Digg

8/15 Voyager 2 Left Earth 40 Years Ago And It’s Mindbogglingly Far Away From Us Now. Your kids can do their own version of this. @voxdotcom @701macschneider @wangtian

8/14 Homeowner Walks Outside To Find Steaming Hole In His Front Yard. Upon hearing a big bang, this man ran outside to investigate what he thought would be a car crash, instead, he found a meteorite. @catersnews @Digg

8/13 This Archery Trick Shot Is Unbelievable. I found it very believable. Be sure to watch closely as he gets the bottles swinging so they cross paths at the bottom of their arc. @Digg

8/12 This Wooden Domino-Laying Machine Is Brilliantly Satisfying. This is pretty ingenious. @MatthiasWandel

8/11 Turns out drinking beer could help you think clearly. This is good news for this blogger. @shaungw @TheSun @nypost

8/10 We Anonymously Controlled a Sex Toy Through the Tor Network. If you control anything remotely we should have seen this coming. This bit of tech learning is for adults and older students. @josephfcox @noclipper

8/9 A Simple Guide On How To Become A Genius – Be sure to let your students watch this short [3:07] animation and look for more cool videos by The School of Life. @TheSchoolOfLife

8/8 The Opening Of ‘Star Trek: Voyager’ Features A Planet That Could Never Exist. This is some good clever science thinking here. @timruss2 @RobertPicardo

8/5 The Way This Japanese Face Wash Dispenses Is Extremely Pleasing. ​If our shaving cream cans did this, we’d probably be more excited to get out of bed in the morning: @MichiYamamotoT

8/4 Gargantuan Grouper Flips Unlucky Fishermen’s Boat. It turns out hooking a fish half the length of your canoe is a good way to lose control of your canoe. @RealReelBigFish @ChewOnThisStory

8/2 This Very Cute Animated Short Features A Heart That (Literally) Does What It Wants. This is a very cool animation from two students at Ringling School of Art and Design. @bbethdavidd @arturocardelus

8/1 Sex Robots Are No Longer Science Fiction And That’s… Really Creepy? This eighteen-minute video takes a tour of a factory that makes the latest version. WARNING: This video features naked robots. @jennykleeman @guardian @Realbotixxx

7/30 Don’t Stop Halfway Down A Waterslide. Just Don’t. Note that the other lane was open. Have your kids view this before they head to the water park. @Digg

7/30 Man Discovers Easter Egg That Causes Siri To Recite Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody.’ I tried it on my iPhone and it worked. @UnboxingJon

7/29 An Important Reminder To Keep Your Distance From Snapping Turtles. This short video [0.37] is pretty cool. @ViralHog

7/28 The Dumb Reason American Healthcare Is So Crazy Expensive – This is funny and kind of sad at the same time. @AdamRuins @truTV

7/27 Divorce and Occupation – Some jobs tend towards higher divorce rates. Some towards lower. Data visulaization fans should enjoy this. @flowingdata

7/26 Tour de France: The 6,000 Calorie Challenge – Could you burn through 6,000 calories in a day? That’s how much energy the average Tour de France rider requires. Joshua Robinson takes on the challenge and goes “bite for bite” with some of this year’s cyclists. @JoshRobinson23 @WSJ

7/25 ‘Extinguished’ Is An Adorable Animated Short About Love. If you like Pixar movies you will like this. @jacoberinmann @RinglingCollege

7/24 A Rare Sighting Of Blue Whale Feeding Patterns From Above – Oregon State scientists used drones to capture footage of the world’s biggest animals feeding on some of the world’s smallest. Drones are doing some very cool things. @GemmLabOSU @OregonState

7/23 Kid Realizes He’s Talking To The Woman Who Voices Bart Simpson, Freaks Out. Nancy Cartwright seems like she has a pretty good celebrity life. @nancycartwright

7/22 We’re Having Trouble Wrapping Our Heads Around The Maneuvers This Fighter Jet Can Do. According to Popular Mechanics, the move is called a “Kulbit” (“Somersault”). @Digg

7/21 Rather Than Learn Guitar, This Guy Shreds ‘Sweet Child O’ Mine’ With His Piano. Let’s hope Slash sees this video for this guy’s sake. He deserves those Guns N’ Roses tickets! @RonMinis

7/20 Absurdly Accurate Card Thrower Slices A Flying Olive In Half along with a bunch of other amazing tricks. @RickSmithJr1 @DudePerfect @sploid

7/19 A Hilarious Flowchart Explaining Flowcharts – Have fun, but don’t be surprised if you go in circles. Search Ed Pratt on YouTube if you want to see more of this trip. @EricLernould

7/18 China bans Winnie the Pooh over internet jokes comparing him to President Xi Jinping. Looks like someone can’t take a joke. @StephenSmiley @abcnews @MariaBartiromo @MorningsMaria

7/17 This unbelievable wedding dress is made out of toilet paper. New York designers wiped the competition in the 13th annual national Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest, with three locals making the top 10 out of 1,517 entrants. @MelkorkaLicea @nypost

7/16 This Mesmerizing, Color-Shifting Flock Of Birds Looks Like CGI. Can your students explain how this happens? @doodlewhale @Digg

7/15 French Marching Band Plays Daft Punk Medley as part of President Trump’s Paris trip. His look implies that he may not be familiar with their work. I do like this performance and think you might too whether you like Trump or not. @Digg

7/13 Two Luxembourgs, ten Madrids, one Delaware: How a giant iceberg is described around the world – Challenge your kids to come up with their own description. @zoeschlanger @katherineefoley @qz

7/12 Debunking Trendy ‘Health’ Drinks For The Disgusting Monstrosities That They Are – This is interesting and funny. @gracehelbig @WhaleWatchMePlz @mitchellmoffit @AsapSCIENCE

7/10 It’s Amazing How Many Shakespeare References Are Slipped Into Rap Lyrics. This might help get your students more interested in Shakespeare. Challenge them to see how many Shakespeare lyrics they can put in their own rap. @WillonTNT @Genius @Digg

7/9 The Raleigh Ringers doing GNR’s Sweet Child of Mine. Do a YouTube search if you want to hear a lot more of their work. @RaleighRingers

7/8 Assembly is only 2% of an iPhone’s hardware cost — the real reason these devices are built in China is far more nuanced. Can you guess? @Bloomberg

7/6 What actually happens to your insides when you eat a ridiculous amount of hot dogs. Dr. Mike breaks down what might happen to a competitive eater’s body while participating in Coney Island’s annual Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest. Can you guess the biggest risk? @RealDoctorMike @originalnathans

7/5 he Difference Between Popping A Balloon In A Reverberation Room And An Anechoic Chamber – This is a good short science lesson. @Digg

7/3 Watching A Paver Laying Machine At Work Is Just Unbelievably Satisfying. Who doesn’t enjoy it when all the puzzle pieces (in this case, interlocking stones) fall together. @Digg

7/2 This Marble Race Olympics With Full Commentary Is The Only Thing You Need To Watch This Weekend – This lasts a bit over nine minutes, but I could stop watching. @Jellesmarbles

6/30 The Truth Behind ‘Shot On An iPhone’ Commercials – This is interesting for anyone who does photography, which is just about everyone today. @MKBHD

6/29 Ten years later, what critics of the original iPhone say. Be sure to watch the video of the conversation between the first three reviewers to get the first iPhone. @JacobSiegal @Pogue @StevenLevy @waltmossberg

6/28 Is i before e except after c a good rule? What’s your guess? There is good data representation here. @nathcun

6/26 The DoDo for Animal Lovers – If you like animal videos this site is for you. @dodo @deganmcdowell

6/25 Huge Whale Breaches Just Inches From Fishermen. This short video [0:31] is pretty cool. WARNING: There is some salty language but you can’t blame them. @Digg

6/22 Japanese Sumo Robots Move So Silly Fast – A robot has to find its opponent, push it out of the circle, and avoid leaving the circle itself. Pretty cool. @ID_R_McGregor

6/20 Giant Squid Latches Onto Paddle Surfer’s Board. James Taylor was trying to be a good citizen of the Earth and help out an injured squid, but the squid just seemed interested in his board. @Digg

6/19 Some Brilliant Human Animated The Original ‘Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy’ Radio Series. I loved the original BBC version and this is true to it.

6/18 Soon, video games will be played in giant, empty rooms. Zero Latency, a Melbourne-based virtual reality gaming company is in the process of helping launch 2,000- to 4,000-square-foot gaming “arenas.” @tdnandy @zerolatencyVR

6/17 Smoking Demonstration Illustrates The Damage Of A Single Cigarette. Make sure all of the kids at your school see this. @ViralHog

6/16 This Oddly Satisfying Short Film Shows Robots Trapped In Never-Ending Cycles Of Work – This is pretty cool. @LAshortsFest @cinema4duk

6/15 Whoever Filmed This Flyby Tour Of Muscle Beach Is A Master Drone Operator. It’s also very arty. @Vimeo

6/14 Four Clever Ways To Peel Garlic With Ease – This beats the way I was doing it. @Digg

6/13 Weather Balloon Camera Captures Airliner Rocketing By At 38,000 Feet. It’s like a drive by at 450 mph. @OLHZN

6/10 This Video Started Out As A Great Bob Ross Parody And Then It Got Progressively Weirder Really Fast. WARNING: There is some fairly tame adult content near the end. @KerriKenney @KerriKenneyFans

6/8 We’re Jealous Of The Two Novices Who Got To Pilot This Prototype Hovering Aircraft. The Kitty Hawk is a one-of-a-kind, all-electric aircraft designed to fly over water. These lucky fools got to try out the beta version. @kittyhawkcorp

6/7 A Lighthearted Cartoon Busts A Ton Of Heroin Myths. Anyone taking opiods and thinking of trying heroin should watch this. @cracked

6/6 Polyglot Runs Into Another Polyglot And They Have A Casual Chat In 15 Languages. This is cool. How many do you speak? @woutercor

6/5 Lifestraw Challenge: Man Drinks His Own Urine. Click here to get your ownLifeStraw Personal Portable Water Filter. @vat19

6/4 A Gorgeous Fly-By Video Shows Us How Beautiful And Massive Jupiter Really Is. This is Jupiter like I’ve never seen it. @wired

6/2 Girl Stuns ‘America’s Got Talent’ Judges With Her Mind-Boggling Singing Ventriloquism. This is insanely good. Good luck not tearing up at the end like I did. @ItsDarciLynne @AGT @heidiklum @howiemandel @SimonCowell @tyrabanks

5/31 This shows kids that they don’t have to been great artists to illustrate a story. WARNING: I’m not sure but there might be a couple of F’words and an S word here. @CasuallyE

5/30 A Writer Does A Stand-Up Routine Using Only Jokes From Siri, Echo, Cortana And Google Assistant. You may want to try this yourself. @brentrose @wired

5/29 Watch A Replica Of The ‘Pass The Butter’ Robot From ‘Rick And Morty’ Compete In A Fight To The Death. @RoboGames

5/28 If There Were An Olympics For Trick Shots, These Guys Would Get Gold Medals. This is pretty insane. @DudePerfect @Kingsford

5/27 These robotic turtles could save your life. This a great story. @MikeWehner @BGR

5/26 Stunning New Photo Shows 600-Mile-Wide Cyclones At Jupiter’s South Pole. This is a Jupiter you have never seen. @NASA @digg

5/25 This Real, Fully Operational Hoverboard Looks Incredible. This guy gets way off the ground. @GreenGoblinHD

5/24 The Beer Pipeline of Bruges – This also features a new kind of pipeline construction that drills underground. @tomscott

5/23 The Most Powerful Tidal Current On Earth Is Next-Door Neighbors With A Picturesque Norwegian Fjord. What happens when you’ve got a fjord on one side, the ocean on the other, and just a tiny straight in between? Incredibly powerful whirlpools and boils. @tomscott

5/22 Cartoons about Professors by Larry Cuban – This guy has been a hero of mine for a long time. By sure to subscribe to his blog. @CubanLarry @LarryCuban

5/20 What happens to the clowns when the circus leaves town? When the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus closes its doors these costumed entertainers will be out of work. This short video [1:50] is very cool. @AklausnerNYPost @nypost

5/18 People With Strong Accents Put Alexa, Siri And Google Home To The Test. This is interesting and funny. @WIRED

5/17 A Skydiver Performs The World’s First Jump From A Flying Drone. Looks like recreational sky diving just got way less expensive. @Storyful @AERODIUMTECH @aerones_com @flyvision_lv

5/17 How Big is My Penis? (And Other Things We Ask Google) – On the Internet, people say things they’d never say aloud. Seth Stephens-Davidowitz has spent years parsing the data. I just got this book Everybody Lies from Audible. @SethS_D @Freakonomics

5/15 Playing The Bass With A Fidget Spinner Actually Sounds Really Cool. This guys has some other cool videos. @Davie504bass

5/14 The Swift, Terrifying Power Of A Crocodile Attack[2:05] – WARNING: This is not appropriate for young children as the croc does kill and eat a small kangaroo. @natgeowild

5/13 If You Were Wondering What A FedEx/UPS Employee Dance Battle Might Look Like, Well, Here Ya Go. This might inspire your students to do some dancing. @JoshKillacky

5/10 Back to the 90s – Ben Giroux & Jensen Reed – If you are 32 or older, this will be very intereting. For younger people it’s a bit of a history lesson. @BenGiroux @jensenreed

5/9 This Guy Built A Life-Size Suit Of Armor Out Of LEGO And Then Wore It At A Convention. Share with Lego kids you know. @BeyondtheBrick LEGO_Group

5/7 This Clever Optical Illusion Looks Like A Painting – Here are four less than one-minute vidoes showing some amazing art work by Michael Murphy. @Digg

5/6 Check Out This Strange And Perfect Animation About A Potato Dispensing House. This might give your kids ideas about making their own animations. @sheepfilms

5/4 Beware: A Massive Google Docs Phishing Scam Is Probably In Your Inbox. Pass this on in your school. @Bernstein @Digg

5/3 Watch A Baby-Faced Mark Zuckerberg Talk About His Fledgling Start-Up ‘The Facebook’ Back in 2004. – This is history in the making. Very cool. @MarkZuckerbergF @Bullseye

5/1 Just A Friendly Reminder That Gasoline Can Cause Explosions, Even When It’s Frozen. – Teachers can probably get liquid nitrogen at a local college like I did. @thekingofrandom

4/30 The Greatest Break In Snooker History Was Even Better Than Anyone Realized. Anyone who has ever played pool should watch this. @ronnieo147 @tipps29 @Deadspin

4/29 Inside the Insane Feud Between a Vegan Strip Club and the Steak House Next Door – It figures that the world’s only vegan strip club is in Portland, Oregon. Funny stuff. @inkonthepad @broadly

4/28 Brad Paisley Hints of More Songs With Mick Jagger. Who are you collaborating with? @9NorthRecords @larrypareigis

4/27 London street musician gains fame with guitar-playing skills. Johno Challis is unique and amazing. @GMA

4/26 Watch An Insanely Good Theremin Player Nail One Of Ennio Morricone’s ‘The Good, The Bad And The Ugly’ Songs. The theremin is a notoriously difficult instrument to play — in part because you don’t actually touch it while you’re playing it. @CarolinaEyck

4/25 A Bowler Broke World Records With The Fastest 300 Game We’ve Ever Seen – Ben Ketola rolled 12 strikes in only 86.9 seconds. This is amazing. You don’t have to be a bowler to enjoy this. @syracusedotcom @JJHayesOnKFDI

4/23 More Cartoons on Using Technology from Larry Cuban – There are three Dilbert classics here among others. @LarryCuban @CubanLarry

4/22 A Prototype Of A Flying Car Had Its Maiden Voyage, And It’s… Not Quite What We Imagined. @Lilium @wired

4/20 Where is the Microbrew Capital of the US? See how your city ranks. @codenberg

4/18 Leopard Immediately Regrets Attacking A Pair Of Porcupines. – Got to feel sorry for this cat. @LatestKruger

4/16 Check out JoJo Siwa’s BOOMERANG video that takes on the “mean girls.” Only 216+ million views so far. @itsjojosiwa

4/15 This woman wants you to look at her breasts. Don’t worry, there is no nudity here but I did find it funny. @AklausnerNYPost @nypost

4/15 This Kid’s Senior Pranks Puts All Other Senior Pranks To Shame. He convinced his school principal and assistant principals to participate in a “stress test” and, well, the results are nothing if not glorious. @ryanstorch

4/13 Watching Magnet Creations Destroyed In Reverse Is A Pure And Simple Pleasure. If you a few minutes at the end of a science class this will work. @Digg

4/12 This Is A Spectacularly Stupid (And Very Fast) Way To Ride A Bike. There is a good science lesson here but please do try it. @Digg @TriSciCurious

4/10 A Snowboarder Gets Engulfed By The Extraordinarily Rare Snownado – Every see one? I haven’t and I’ve seen a lot of snow. @weathernetwork

4/9 50 Teacher Superpowers – How many do you have? @TeacherToolkit @marcelamomberg

4/8 Jimmy Kimmel Gets Choked Up Paying Tribute To The Late Don Rickles. Start with the second video of Rickles’ best moments. @JimmyKimmelLive

4/7 Fozzie Bear Rapping 50 Cent’s ‘In Da Club’ Will Get You Ready For A Night Of Muppet Mayhem. Maybe Fozzie can get to like rap music a bit more. @MayhemMuppet

4/6 Cassini Prepares To Make Its Stunning ‘Grand Finale’ Around Saturn. This is pretty exciting. Also see the Doomed Probe’s Most Stunning Saturn Pictures. Share with space nuts you know. @NASAJPL @Caltech

4/5 Dude Finds An Alligator Chilling In The Sewer Outside His House. So now what do you do kids? @Digg

4/3 Dirty Birds: What it’s like to live with a national symbol. What may seem like our noble national symbol can be a pest is large numbers. Check the amazing pictures and videos. @LaurelBraitman @coreyfishes

3/29 This Guy Takes A Slinky Toy And Makes It Into A Beautiful Art Form Have your kids get our their slinkies and see what they can do. @kumafilms

3/26 Guys Use A Drone To Hook Themselves A Shark. Give ‘er a good ol’ hook to the face before promptly returning it to the sea whence it came. @PicksAndFlicks @liveleak

3/25 Too rude for the road — government yanks man’s last name from licence plate. This might be a good poll question for students. What would they do? @Nunavut_Tweeter @CBCNews

3/24 Car Curling Is Apparently A Thing Now. You may not be a fan of the Russian government, but what’s not to like about these Russians. @OMGrundhauser @atlasobscura

3/23 Squeaking This Amazing Dovetail Joint Into Place Is Oh So Right And Good. This is amazing. @robinsonhousestudio @theo_cook

3/22 This Mind-Blowing Time-Lapse Of Cell Division Looks Like CGI, But It’s Real. Well, this video of a tadpole egg’s cells dividing is definitely cool. @MealinPUI @Digg

3/21 Move Aside, These Wolves Have Places To Be. On a scale of “1 to Canada,” this footage of two wolves galloping alongside a woman’s car on the highway is a full “Canada.” @Digg

3/20 Words Cannot Do Justice To This Giant Chicken. This is amazing. @Digg

3/19 When Americans Lost Their Virginity – Kids and teachers should find this interesting. @flowingdata

3/18 Landing A 737 In Strong Winds Looks Absurdly Difficult. We did not realize that plane’s control wheel jumps around like this in turbulence, and now we are both a bit worried about flying again and incredibly impressed by this pilot’s control. @Digg

3/17 St. Patrick Wasn’t Irish, Shamrocks Don’t Actually Exist, And Other St. Paddy’s Day Lies – This is a fun history lesson. Have a great time. @history_prog

3/16 An Accordion Band Covers Who’s Baba O’Riley @BilliamJ

3/15 A Mesmerizing Time-Lapse Of The East Coast Blizzard’s Snowfall – This short video was taken near my apartment. There is so much snow (30+”) in the parking lot that it can’t be plowed. @DrDougGreen

3/14 Romancing the Wind – One guys does an amazing job flying three kites. @kitsilano99

3/13 John Oliver has an epic takedown of standardized testing in America. This is 18 minutes but well work it. @peterajacobs @businessinsider

3/11 The Race to Design the World’s Fastest Running Shoe – Some new shoes could cause an unfair advantage, but rule are vague. @fritzvsfritz @outsidemagazine

3/10 Whale lifts kayakers out of the water. This short [1:14] video is very cool. @Storyful @nypost

3/9 Video of a rare whale – Share with whale watchers you know. @Gizmodo

3/7 I learned how to do math with the ancient abacus — and it changed my life. You should let your students play with an abacus. @ulrichboser

3/6 A NASA Engine Test Generated A Beautiful Double Rainbow Blessing. Challenge your students to explain why this is happening. @NASA_Marshall @NASA

3/5 Two Fun Videos for High School Grammar Lessons – Thanks to Wierd Al Yankovic and Glove and Boots. @rmbyrne @Fafagroundhog @alyankovic

3/4 A Camera Shutter Synchronized To A Helicopter Rotor’s Speed Creates A Truly Mind-Blowing Illusion. Can your kids explain what’s going on here? @Digg

3/2 This Motorcycle Swing Is The Dumbest, Greatest Thing We’ve Ever Seen. There is a bit of a physics lesson here too. @ViralHog

3/1 Back In ’95, Pixar Wanted Billy Crystal To Play Buzz Lightyear So Badly They Created This Demo. I like Billy Crystal, but this seems just wrong. @BillyCrystal @ofctimallen

2/26 Macro Close-Up Of Fingers Sweating Is So Weird We’re Really Having Trouble Believing It’s Real. Share with biology and health teachers and students you know. @geekologie

2/25 Watch these tigers stalk and destroy a drone. A streak of Siberian tigers in China turned a drone into a chew toy.[1:32] @liaeustach @nypost

2/24 California’s Eye-Catching ‘Glory Hole’ Spillway Opens Up For The First Time In Nearly A Decade. In spite of recent flooding, I suspect the drought is sort of over. This video is mesmerizing. @Digg

2/23 This hoverbike is almost as cool as a jetpack. The Scorpion-3, a prototype of a so-called “hoverbike,” went on a test run in a warehouse in San Francisco. The electric vehicle was developed by the Russian tech company Hoversurf using quadcopter drone technology. @nypost

2/22 Flame-throwing drones are a new weapon against trash. What else could this be used for? Could be bad. @ysteinbuch @nypost

2/21 Glassblower Effortlessly Turns A Ball Of Molten Goo Into A Realistic Horse. This is amazing. I’ve tinkered with glass blowing and it’s way fun. @Storyful

2/20 Was ‘Weird Al’ the real star all along? After nearly 40 years of parodying celebrities, the accordion-playing nerd has become a legend in his own right. Be sure to watch the Tacky video with Jack Black [4:35]. @alyankovic @JackBlack42

2/19 Edgar Allan Poe’s the Raven – Watch an Award-Winning Short Film That Modernizes Poe’s Classic Tale. Share with English teachers you know. @jesslahey @openculture

2/18 Simon’s Cat and Kitten Offer a Very Handy Guide to Understanding How Cats Show Their Love. This guy’s work is cute and simple. Some of your students may want to try cartooning. @HRLori @LaughingSquid @Valmontgod

2/17 Rodrigo y Gabriela: An electrifying acoustic guitar performance – Note how Gabriela plays percussion and the guitar at the same time. @rodgab @TEDTalks

2/16 President Trump declines offer to fill out NCAA tournament brackets on ESPN. Ask your kids, should any president take time to do this or spend time on more important things? @espn @chrislehmann @realDonaldTrump

2/15 Simple Experiment Illustrates How Liquefaction Occurs During An Earthquake – Your kids can try this at home. @likecool @eqconsortium

2/14 First-Person Drone Racing Looks Absurdly Difficult. This looks like a good way to crash expensive drones. @sploid

2/13 Fake news cheapens marketplace of ideas. Joel N. Kreizman This John Oliver bit is funny and sad at the same time. @iamjohnoliver @PennLive @AshleyCarelock @CMautner

2/13 20 Ways Entrepreneurs Are Making Money With Drone Video – Drones are fundamentally changing a number of industries and become the basis for what is being called “the next great land rush in tech.” @lscottharrell @VtrepMag @kevinhoneycutt @GingerLewman

2/12 KISS – Detroit Rock City – Dodger Stadium, 25/01/2014 – These guys are great performers and have some catchy tunes. @KISSOnline @PaulStanleyLive @genesimmons

2/11 Steeleye Span – ‘Gaudete’ – I first heard this English group in the 1970’s. If you aren’t familiar give them a try. Maddie Pryor’s voice is special. @steeleye_span

2/10 Hell’s Belles – Thunderstruck – This is an all female AC/DC cover band. ThundherStruck – Thunderstruck – Believe it or not, there are two all female AC/DC cover bands. Love them both. @HellsBellesUSA

2/9 We finally have a computer that can survive the surface of Venus. Share with space fans you know. @mrseb @arstechnica

2/8 A Reminder That Manta Rays Are Freakin’ Huge. Gotta love this. @tipplemark

2/6 Lady Gaga’s entire super bowl half time show – In case you missed it or want to see it again. @ladygagaIoo

2/5 How to keep your kid from ordering four pounds of cookies from Amazon’s Alexia. Alexia can act like the Sorcerer’s Apprentice if you are not careful. @schodosh @popsci

2/3 That Floating Dry Erase Stick Figure Trick Is For Real. Your kids can do this at home. @MouldS @fotsn

2/2 Adorable Girl Meets Kitten For the First Time and Cries Tears of Pure Joy. You have to love this. @philhart @PennyStory1

2/1 Every State’s Grossest Food That People Actually Love – Can you guess what your’s is? @WilFulton @Thrillist

1/31 Needles and Pins by Cher – This song has been done by many, but Cher’s husband Sony Bono has writing credits on the song, so this could be the first version.

1/30 Iris DeMent – Sweet Is The Melody – This is a very special voice. Give it a try. @irisdement @mnemonyxx

1/29 Chinese construction crew demolishes an entire neighborhood in just ten seconds. Click on various parts of the image to step through the destruction. @LauraMallonee @wired

1/28 Cool Voter Density Map – This shows how democrat voters tend to live in densely populated areas. @NiskanenCenter

1/27 Sleepy Man Banjo Boys With JD Crowe and The New South – These young boys are pretty cool. Full disclosure: I play banjo too. @Digg

1/25 Can 20 Kilograms Of Red Hot Steel Bore Through A Frozen Lake? This is a great question for physics students to tackle. You need to know the heat of fusion and vaporization for water and specific heats for water and steel. (WARNING: There is a loose F-word about 8 minutes in.) @Digg

1/23 Larry Cuban’s Cartoons on Leaders – Does any of this remind you of leaders you know? @LarryCuban @CubanLarry

1/22 A Reminder That Orangutans Are Really Smart: Here’s One Finding A Saw And Figuring Out How To Use It. @sploid

1/21 When A Wind Turbine Needs A Fast Fix, They Send Up This Intrepid Rock Climber (female!). This is also inspirational. Is this a job for you or your kids? @jessicakilroy @weatherchannel @greatbigstory

1/19 Pixar Pretty Much Confirms That All Of Its Films Exist In The Same Universe. If you are a fan you will like this short [2:41] video. @leeunkrich @Disney

1/16 Why Conservative Politicians May Be More Attractive Than Liberal Ones – I hope I didn’t help pay for this study. You can’t make this up. @ckmarie @TheAtlantic

1/15 Masturbating at work is a doctor-approved stress reliever. This does make some sense. This survey says 39% of men already do so. Solo sex is safe. Your thoughts? @newscomauHQ @nypost

1/14 Latest Russian hacking threat: Planting kiddie porn. So if you get caught, blame the Russians. @jschram71 @nypost

1/13 Scuba Diver Gets Precariously Close To Some Moray Eels. This short [1:05] video is amazing. @ViralRumble

1/12 The ‘Ice Disc’ Is Our New Favorite Natural Phenomenon. This is incredible. @MLive

1/11 Time to cast your votes for new Monopoly pieces. You and your kids can each vote for up to eight. @MorningsMaria @MariaBartiromo

1/10 Fog Waves Are The Most Beautiful Thing I Captured After 8 Years Of Experimenting. Share with anyone you know who is interested in photography. @boredpanda @SnapYourWorld @StormHour

1/9 15-Year-Old Girl Throws Down A Mean One-Handed Dunk. YOu have to love this. @Hudl

1/8 Ten Items You Should Always Carry With You – How many do you have? @Digg

1/8 Real Housewives of ISIS – This is comedy from the BBC. Comedy may be a good weapon. Unfortunately, the people making this could be ISIS targets like Charlie Hebdo. Me too but I’ll take the chance. This could be a good discussion topic for a class. @BBCTwo

1/5 One Of The Most Stunning Drone Videos We’ve Ever Seen – How do your drone videos compare? @ReadyMadeRC @TnhlLoor

1/4 Paragliding Over A City Erupting In Fireworks On New Year’s Eve – This cool video also features some nice music. @SkyLifeMedia

1/3 Stop Motion ‘Super Mario’ Made Out Of Rubik’s Cubes Must Have Taken For Freakin’ Ever. I counted 32 x 32 cubes for the big Mario. @jugglersynchro @RocketNews24En

1/2 Attache a blinking light to the vacuum robot and do a 10 minute exposure of it cleaning to visualize it’s route. Can your kids try this? @George_Haines @LindaRegber

1/1/2017 Toddler asks Amazon’s Alexa to play song but gets porn instead. WARNING: Alexa gets pretty graphic here. @nypost

12/31 Glove and Boots – 2016 Year in Review – If you don’t love these guys you’re not trying. @FafaGroundhog

12/30 Bricklayers Set Up a Row of Bricks That Fall Perfectly Into Place Like Dominoes to Cap a Wall. The end is surprising. @glentickle @LaughingSquid

12/29 This Paper Plane Machine Gun Is Hefty, But More Amusing Than Intimidating. Isn’t there better things to do with this type of engineering skill? @Gizmodo @Digg

12/28 15 Fun Facts about Moana – I’ve seen this movie and the animation is amazing. I also like the characters and most of the story. @merlotmommy @stacymolter

12/27 Duet Display lets you easily sync up your iPad as a second display. And twice the screen space means twice the productivity. This might give some people a reason to buy and iPad. @duetdisplay

12/26 Girl with autism takes internet by storm with ‘Hallelujah’ rendition. This one might require a tissue or two. @billiard_sheen @BelfastLive @nypost @FoxNews

12/24 Cartoons on New Year Resolutions from Larry Cuban – Larry’s blog is also worth checking out. @LarryCuban @CubanLarry

12/24 Sneak Peek at The Emoji Movie Trailer – Hard to imagine how you make a movie with emoji but this will give you an idea. @OurFamilyWorld @valmg

12/23 Watch The ‘SNL’ Crew Completely Change Over The Set In Less Than two Minutes. Share with your drama teachers so they can show this to their stage crews. @nbcsnl

12/22 When Do You Outgrow IKEA? I lost my furniture in a 2011 flood and hit IKEA for replacements but it seems people my age are over it. @priceonomics @IKEAUSA

12/21 Mark Zuckerberg Reveals A Morgan Freeman-Voiced AI Assistant He’s Been Working On In His Free Time. Would you want this in your home? @CNNYourMoney @MarkZuckerbergF

12/20 Why Woodpeckers Don’t Get Concussions – This is a good biology and physics lesson. @jtotheizzoe @okaytobesmart

12/18 If the Moon Were Only One Pixel – This is a great way to appreciate the scale of the solar system. When you get sick of scrolling click the icons at the top. @tradecityla

12/17 538 Grades The Many, Many, Many College Football Bowls – This is a good math lesson from Nate Silver’s blog that also predicts elections. @Neil_Paine @NateSilver538 @FiveThirtyEight @538

12/16 The Ad For The First ‘Portable’ Computer Will Make You Appreciate Your Busted Old Laptop. It only weighs fifty pounds. @IBM

12/15 The Velvet Worm’s Slime Cannon Is Nature’s Most Disgusting Weapon. This is a very cool science lesson. @bioGraphic @calacademy

12/14 This Guy Built a Giant At-At Walker in His Back Yard. He did it all with parts from eBay. @colin_furze @nypost

12/11 Robotic Exoskeleton Lends A Hand – These people with spinal cord injuries can use cutlery again thanks to a robotic exoskeleton. @ssoekadar @newscientist

12/10 This Robotic Pen Is So Satisfying We Could Watch It Draw Forever. Time to get one for your school, only $475. @axidraw_art @EvilMadScience

12/9 Touring The Wreckage Of A Fallen Pearl Harbor Battleship – This short [2:47] is amazing. The Arizona with sunk by the Japanese 75 years ago. @NatGeo

12/7 Dude Builds A Working Atari 2600 Emulator In Minecraft. Share with Minecraft people you know. @SethBling @Minecraft

12/6 Bird Calls, Visualized – Share with any bird lovers you know. @Digg

12/4 You Probably Don’t Need To Shower. I’m sure a lot of kids would like this idea. @juliascribe @audionetwork @TheAtlantic @Digg

12/3 We Can Now Turn Bugs Into Remote-Controlled Cyborgs. Do we want to play with a beetle drone? @AlejandroTauber @motherboard

12/2 Paragliding Behind A Truck Looks Really Fun And Really Dangerous. I wouldn’t try this, but it’s fun to watch. @GuillaumGalvani @VolvoTrucks

12/1/16 Archie McPhee Bacon Candy Canes – You can also get pickle, gravey, and other non traditional flavors. @MeatManiac @ArchieMcPhee

11/30 Playing ping pong with six balls. Can your kids do more than one ball? I think trying would be good for their brains. @PongfinityHQ

11/29 How Much Education do Americans Have? – Visualized by Age – This is a very cool interactive graph you will want to play with. @overflow_data

11/28 Magnets Snapping Together In Slow Motion Is Utterly Mesmerizing. This is amazing and fun to watch. @taofledermaus

11/26 The myth of self-control – Psychologists say using willpower to achieve goals is overhyped. Here’s what actually works. @B_resnick @voxdotcom

11/24 The Way Steven Universe Carefully Uses Instruments To Make A Killer Soundtrack – There is a good music lesson here even for non musicians. @Steven_Wiki

11/23 America’s Mech Robot Team Tests Its Weapons Against A Model Of Its Japanese Opponent. This is pretty amazing. @MattOehrlein @RobMasek @MegaBotsInc

11/22 It Is Remarkably Easy To Make A Fire Tornado At Home. This looks like a cool science project. @ChemicalKevy

11/20 Cartoons on Teachers and Kids in School – You and your kids will like this. @LarryCuban @CubanLarry

11/20 Thanks, Australian Metro, For This Bizarro Video About Death. This is dark but funny.

11/19 Paper bike helmet wins Dyson award. A recyclable, folding cycling helmet made of paper has won this year’s international James Dyson Award. @janewakefield @BBCWorld

11/17 Thanks, Australian Metro, For This Bizarro Video About Death. It’s dark but not too dark. @qikipedia

11/16 Watching Stuff Get Dipped In Paint Is A Pure And Simple Pleasure. This is amazing. Warning: One of the objects painted is a dildo. @superdeluxe

11/15 A kiss, a hug – and three years in prison? #FreeTheGirls This isn’t cool or funny, but I think it’s a good cause. @allout @ValmontGod

11/14 A Baby Sea Iguana Trying To Outrun Snakes Is The Most Thrilling/Terrifying Thing You’ll Watch Today. WARNING: If you have a fear of snakes you might want to avoid this. @RobPulseNews @PlanetEarthBBC

11/12 These 23 Celebrities Said They’ll Leave The Country If Trump Wins. I don’t think any are leaving. @catadunn @townhallcom

11/11 Here’s What The 2,000 Mile US-Mexican Border Actually Looks Like. It’s pretty amazing. @aeonmag @joshbegley @sierrapett

11/10 Speed Flying Through The Alps Seems Like A Thrilling Way To Lose A Leg. Flying a small, fast fabric wing close to a very steep slope is fun to watch but seemingly dumb to participate in. @GoPro

11/9 Genetically Engineered Bacteria Will Get Construction Jobs on Mars. There is some cool science here that should interest many students. @jacsrons @inversedotcom

11/7 What Job Interviews Would Look Like At Famous Companies (13 Pics) – I thought this was funny. @boredpanda

11/6 Glove and Boots Product Testing: Ethnic Meal Time! – Very funny. @fafagroundhog

11/4 Incredibly Lifelike Finger Puppet Is Ready To Rave – This looks like a good rainy day activity for your kids. @BarnabyJDixon @manubennett

11/2 This Parody Of Every TED Talk Ever Is Absolutely Perfect – If you plan on doing a TED Talk you need to watch this. @CBCThisIsThat @nsdmorrison @Kris_Boulton

11/1/16 A Highly Accurate Skewering Of Craft Beer Culture – This is funny and short [1:38]. @FoilArmsAndHog @Digg

10/31 US Tornado Density 1950-2015 – This is a very cool interactive map. Great science lesson. @sirvizalot @ClemsonUniv @Tableau

10/30 When Is It OK For Our Driverless Cars To Kill Us? People might not be ready to use driverless cars if they have to choose between themselves or pedestrians. This could be a good discussion topic. @aaas @sciencemagazine

10/27 Putting LEDs On Mountain Bikes For A Very Woodsy Take On ‘Tron’ Light Cycles – This looks like something your students could do. @christopherjobs @Colossal @downlow

10/25 Cut Rope The Way That God Intended, With Your Bare Hands. This will let you win a bet and learn some physics. @ericlimer @PopMech

10/24 Swedish Cancer Society Uses Square Boobs to Dodge Facebook Censors. Its original breast cancer awareness video was taken down by the social network. Crazy! @gabebergado @Cancerfonden @inversedotcom

10/23 How To Send A Decent Dick Pic – Sexting is safe sex but it should never be unsolicited folks. @shanboody

10/22 ‘Harry Potter’ And The Translator’s Nightmare – Getting the word play and other language tricks is very difficult. @jk_rowling @voxdotcom @Digg

10/21 Ten Easy Ways to Lower Your Electric Bill – You can get your kids involved in some of this. @desautels_phd @McquillenLuella @evertsen_gemma

10/20 Footage Showing Just How Fast A Flash Flood Can Get Out Of Hand – Next time you hear flash flood warnings remember this. This is also a good science lesson. @Digg

10/19 American tourists in Iceland will outnumber Iceland’s population this year. I’ve been there twice and strongly recommend you add it to your bucket list. @zzcrockett @voxdotcom

10/18 Werner Herzog’s Newest Documentary Takes You Deep Inside The Bellies Of Active Volcanoes. This is a short trailer [1:20] for this Earth Science film coming on 10/28 only on Netflix. Can you watch Netflix shows at your school? @WernerHertzog @netflix

10/17 Whale Breaches 50 Feet Away From An Unsuspecting Swimmer. Seriously exciting for 29 seconds. @BeauPilgrim @PopMech

10/14 The Great Pumpkin Beer List: The Best and Worst Pumpkin Ales – Full confession, I’m a big fan of craft beers and make some of my own. @joshjackson @JimVorel @PasteMagazine

10/13 Bob Dylan, Titan Of American Music, Wins 2016 Nobel Prize In Literature. “You don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows.” Good choice. @colintdwyer @npr @bobdylan

10/12 Alton Brown Builds One Cold Contraption To Whip Up A Gallon Of Carbonated Ice Cream In ten Seconds. This is very cool with some good science. @altonbrown @Lederman @PopSci

10/11 We’re Pretty Sure Ferrofluid Is An Alien Substance Sent To Earth To Hypnotize Us. If you want to buy some click here. @geekforever

10/9 So This Guy Definitely Invented A Working Jetpack Want one? Looks like fun to me. @JetPackAviation

10/8 The Most Common Last Names In Each State – Give this to your students and see what they can conclude from it. @da_fallon

10/7 Dad Builds His Daughter Her Very Own ‘American Ninja Warrior Course’ (Which She Then Scales Like A Pro) Parents and Schools should consider this. @SBNation

10/6 The Final Event Of The World Memory Championships Is Unbelievably Tense. How long does it take you to memorize the order of cards in a deck? Here are some tips if you want to try. @Johannes_Mallow @SimonMReinhardt @TanselAli @wikiHow

10/5 The top 7 ways a trip to Mars could kill you, illustrated – There is some good science here and your students just might be interested. @bradplumer @B_resnick @JZarracina @voxdotcom

10/2 Parody Of Every Commercial Ever Is Eerily Accurate. Yes it is. WARNING: One ‘F’ word. @TheKloons @Digg

10/1 We Have Found The Reincarnation Of Jimi Hendrix And He Is A 19-Year-Old Fedora-Wearer. Prepare to be amazed. @reddit @Digg

9/30 100+ FREE Disney Halloween Pumpkin Carving Stencil Templates w/ Images! It’s almost time for pumpkin art. @4TheLoveOfFam @_Penelope

9/29 Watching Salt Crystallize Is Way More Beautiful Than We Could Have Imagined. Full disclosure: I started my career as a high school chemistry teacher in 1971. @danphillipson @mental_floss

9/28 The Unofficial White House Wine List – Full confession: I drink wine daily. @WineFolly @winewankers @DemiCassiani

9/27 50 Star Wars Halloween Costumes For Kids – What are your kids going to be this Halloween? My daughter is a 32-year-old artist and it’s her favorite holiday. @valmg @dadofdivas

9/26 What Is Shakespeare’s Most Popular Play? Ok kids, what is your guess? There is a nice graph here. @dkopf @priceonomics

9/25 Inside Nevada’s Moonlite Bunny Ranch: Come for the sex. Stay for the negotiation skills. Very interesting. @AllisonSchrager @qz

9/24 Hillary Clinton Went On ‘Between Two Ferns’ With Zach Galifianakis And Immediately Regretted It. You have probably seen clips of this but here is the entire 5:35. This is pretty bad in many ways no matter which side of the debate you are on. @galifianakisz @funnyordie

9/23 Holy Crap, Someone Made A Working Transformer Out Of A BMW. This is truley amazing. @LetronsTr @Digg

9/22 Wingsuit Pilot’s Flight Stabilized Helmet Footage Is One Hell Of A Hair-Raising Ride. This one scary 44 second ride. @WingsuitGraham @PhotonBandit

9/21 This ‘smart’ bra will change the way you workout. I wish they had something like this for men. @HanaRAlberts @nypost

9/20 Could And Should We Bring Extinct Animals To Life? There is some good science in the short [2:54] animation. @LifeNoggin

9/18 Crows Are Way Smarter Than You Think. I’m sure a lot of teachers can use this short video. @nature @motherboard

9/17 Surfing The Ocean Tied To A Heavy Duty Drone Looks Totally Tubular. This doesn’t even look too risky. @freeflycinema

9/16 Dude Feeding Bald Eagles Set To ‘Freebird’ Is So Beautifully American. Ok kids, how many eagles are there in this short [2:00] video. @jessejpeck @Digg

9/15 Black metal legend elected to Norwegian town council against his will. Now I know why my Swedish relatives make fun of Norwegians. @MilesBowe @FACTmag @FenrizCat

9/13 Giant Slip ‘N’ Slide Has Us Wishing Summer Would Never End. This is way cool. I also like the music. @neatorama @PBorrud

9/12 Kiss Had the Best Response We’ve Seen Yet to Colin Kaepernick’s BLM Protest – You might not expect this, but I think it’s cool. @ChrisQueen @PJMedia_com

9/11 Apple’s wireless headphones: Headache or huge step forward? To me they look easy to lose and hard to keep on while running. @nypost

9/9 What’s in a Nickname? The Origins of All 32 NFL Team Names – Do you know where your team’s name came from? @mental_floss

9/8 Formula One engineer makes first flat-pack truck. This is amazing. Watch three people put it together from parts. @PlanetGMD @BBCNews

9/5 Slackladder: Alex Mason Takes on 8 Slacklines in the Hawaiian Jungle. The scenery here is so beautiful. @alex_o_mason @redbull

9/4 Lycopodium Powder, AKA ‘Dragon’s Breath,’ Makes Water Do Wacky Things. This is a pretty good sciene lesson as well. @MouldS @fotsn

9/3 Horrifying slug is the size of a house pet. This is a good lesson on tidal pools. @COYOTEPETERSON @nypost

9/2 Following White-Tailed Eagles From Chicks To Maturity – Share with animal lovers you know. @Pinesin_Media

9/1 Hammered Dulcimer Cover of ‘Everybody Wants to Rule the World’ – I love the sound of this instrument. @tedyoder @RELEVANT @millermarinellc

8/31 Transporting Massive Wind Turbine Blades Requires Vast Technical Precision. This is amazing. It’s in Chinese with English subtitles. Either read fast or hit the pause button. There is also some cool drum music. @Digg

8/30 The Pipe Guy Destroys His Old Pipe Setup Before Rocking Out On A New One. Perhaps your kids can build something like this. @Pipeguytoobular

8/29 Anuncio Lotería de Navidad 2015 – This is a touching animated short [3:38] about a man who makes the world a better place. @justino_vigila

8/28 Fresh Guac

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