Aug 202013

Uhh. Freshman Convocation. Most kids just skip the boring welcome speeches to instead get a head start on the first beer pong games of the semester. 

But if you missed the Freshman Convocation speech at Georgia Tech this year, you sorrily missed out. Sophmore Nicholas S. Selby gave the most epic welcome speech ever that had the entire auditorium on their feet.  

Andy Blanton caught the end of the awesomeness on camera, and now the video is trending. 


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Aug 052013

AMC’s cable drama Breaking Bad is definitely not a show for kids. But that didn’t stop popular YouTubers Rhett and Link from commissioning this fantastic Breaking Bad middle school musical starring real kids singing about ‘candy.’

The new video apart of YouTube Geek Week, and has already amassed over a quarter million views


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Jun 202013

After 36 years of dedicated service, the principal Hingham Middle School in Hingham, Massachusetts, Mr. Roger Boddie, is set to retire.

To send off the man who gave so much to their school in proper style, the faculty first tricked him into giving a tour of the new building construction while the students prepared his surprise.

Once he was on the roof top, the students and faculty performed a goodbye flash mob performance that has most viewers misty-eyed. 

The video was actually posted online last week, but has only gone viral now. 


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Jun 052013

Everyday, science is bringing us closer to the future. And the University of Minnesota is helping us all get there that much sooner with this just published video, appropriately titled Mind Over Mechanics, that demonstraes their jaw-dropping new feat of engineering. 

The video features a quadcopter that can delicately fly through hoops and obstacles. But that’s not the amazing part. What’s incredible is that the robot is controlled with no hands.

The user simply thinks of where the robot should fly, and the brain-computer interface takes care of the rest. Hopefully, robots controlled by just thought will help and even free countless disabled people in the near future. 


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