Mar 092012
 

Audri is a budding scientist and made his very own Rube Goldberg Machine. He accurately explains that an RG Machine is a complex machine that performs a simple task.

Audri’s machine is especially impressive as he is only in the first grader. Appropriately, he plays OK Go while running and testing his machine. OK Go liked his video so much, they posted it on their Facebook, prompting it to go viral, and be featured on YouTubeTrends

 


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Mar 092012
 

 wanted to see what would happen if he turned on his regular car GPS while on a flight. And not surprisingly, yet interesting, it worked! It really shows just how fast you are travelling in comparison to driving. In today’s hustle and bustle world, even a flight across the country can seem to slow, so next time, bring along your GPS and pretend you’re driving at 400 mph. 

 


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Mar 082012
 

Both sides of the political spectrum are trumpeting this vintage video from 1991 that just recently surfaced of a much younger Barack Obama. He spoke at a protest to demand tenure for minority and female law professors. The video has just been licensed to Buzzfeed and is covered by Andrew Kaczynski . 

 


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Mar 082012
 

It’s a scene often played on TV news. A reporter chasing after someone who is trying to hide from the cameras while screaming, “No comment, no comment!” In this case, Kent Molgat was trying to get ‘the full story’ from a lawyer.

He was so focused on the the story, he ran directly into a sign pole, face first. Even the fleeing lawyer stopped and asked if he was OK. The video has gone viral after being featured on SportsIllustrated, and subsequently DailyPicks, MidwestSportsFans, and TastefullyO.

 


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