VideoSift (has partial video) shared an almost six/6 years old FORA.tv video (full 13 minutes and 37 seconds (13:37 = an elite number/#)) showing "Matt Harding: The Making of 'Where the Hell is Matt?' -- Viral video sensation Matt Harding responds to accusations on YouTube that his Where the Hell is Matt? video was faked.
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.
This ReverendFun comic strip shows a fight/an argument between Bible's Noah and Moses.
This CNN article shared the eleven/"11 things to know about Lunar New Year -- It's that time again: Lunar New Year. Red packets of money will change hands and dragon dances will roar through the streets as people around the world, predominately of Chinese descent, usher in the Year of the Horse. Beyond the usual Lunar New Year traditions, however, is a holiday full of interesting quirks and customs..."
VideoSift shared three/3 minutes and ten/10 seconds animated YouTube video showing "... Although one third of the population suffers from motion sickness, scientists aren't exactly sure what causes it. Like the common cold, it's a seemingly simple problem that's still without a cure. And if you think it's bad on a long family car ride, imagine being a motion sick astronaut! Rose Eveleth explains what's happening in our bodies when we get the car sick blues..."
Deconstruction Zone -- Building Bridges and Supercomputers Is Tough, but Demolishing Them Is Just as Hard.Submitted by ant on Sat, 01/04/2014 - 4:17pm. Art/Design | History | Nature | Personal | Reading Materials | Sight Seeings | Technology | Transportation/Travel | Work
History venerates the builders of great bridges, dams, and towers. But rare are commemorative plaques for the un-builders--those charged with the equally heroic task of dismantling those grand structures, once they become dowdy, obsolete, or downright dangerous.