MicSauce's Reddit comment mentioned an old Wired article showing "Interstellar 8-Track: How Voyager's Vintage Tech Keeps Running ... Launched in 1977, the probe is vintage space hardware. At more than 36 years old, or roughly a millennium in computer years, it's an impressive feat to have the spacecraft drifting through the material between stars. Looking at the machine's specs is a reminder of how far electronics have come in the intervening years..."
Last year, Channel4 aired a 46-47 minutes documentary titled "Dogs: Their Secret Lives" that "... reveals what our canine companions get up to while we're out and how we can keep them happy in the modern British home." (or anyone's homes in anywhere).
Reddit has a group for recorded videos showing the stories to various video games.
Boing Boing shared a Wired article, with 12/twelve images, showing microscopic shots of human tears -- "... One day, instead of brushing the tears away, Fisher stopped to look at these droplets and an idea sprung up. What if she photographed the tears under a microscope? What would they show? Would each one be different?
HardOCP shared a funny/hilarious/silly five minutes and 27 seconds YouTube video titled "Johnny Express" -- "It's 2150. There are all sorts of Aliens living throughout space. Johnny is a Space Delivery Man who travels to different planets to deliver packages. Johnny is lazy and his only desire is to sleep in his autopilot spaceship. When the spaceship arrives at the destination, all he has to do is simply deliver the box.
Grickit's Reddit comment mentioned Adult Cat Finder that is a funny web site to "Find Hot Local Cats in YOUR AREA -- Are you having a hard time finding local cats in your area? Do you wish there was a way to connect instantly with one online, at any time? Now you can! With Adult Cat Finder, you're never more than one click away from chatting with a hot, local cat in your area! ..."
Mr.TVCow's YouTube channel has a bunch of funny videos related video games, entertainment, visual/special effects, etc.
Vintage Computing and Gaming shared Jason Scott's blog titled 5/"Five Unemulated Computer Experiences" -- "While I and many others work to turn the experience of emulation into one as smooth and ubiquitous as possible, inevitably the corners and back alleys of discussions about this process present people claiming that there are unemulated aspects and therefore the entire project is domed.
Idoiocracy's Reddit re(ply/sponse) mentioned his The Making of Games' alphabetical index of all submissions with many links including videos.