Jun 202013
 

Every now and then, Late Night With Jimmy Fallon house band The Roots will perform as Black Simon and Garfunkel. This time, they perform a very Simon and Garfunkel-esque cover of the latest techno song to take the web by storm, Get Lucky by Daft Punk.

As usual, they close the cover with the familiar sounds of The Boxer. Crash! 

 


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Jun 202013
 

It’s no surprise that pop princess Miley Cyrus has debuted an instant viral music video. What is surprising is that We Can’t Stop is being battered by negative ratings and reviews. Viewers just aren’t digging Miley’s strange new branding and disturbing imagery. 

In just one day the video has amassed over 6.5 million views.

 


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Jun 202013
 

The Peterson has made a name for themselves online producing nostalgia-packed mega-mixes from the past that they dub ‚remember videos.‘

They’ve already covered years, such as 1986 and 1999, but they’ve only gotten started. Now, they return to go back to the year when the 90’s were just getting started. 

So grab your TMNT toys and crank up the hip hop. It’s time to remember 1990.

 


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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 202013
 

The Silicon Valley Historical Association has shared this enlightening look into the past with Every Steve Jobs Video, who has just uploaded the video.

Back in 1994, Steve Jobs gave this interview at NeXT in which he discussed how history would look back on his even then important work. 

He admits that his work isn’t like art that is still being looked back on hundreds of years later. No, even then he knew his inventions would be obsolete in ten, twenty years.  

„It’s sort of like sediments of rocks. You’re building up a mountain. And you get to contribute your little layer of rock to make that mountain that much higher. But no one will be able to see that rock.“ 

 


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