Business Insider shared its "18 awful vintage ads from the 20th century that show how far we have progressed. It's true that some modern-day ads objectify women, but there's no way companies could get away with what they just did a half-century ago..."
Tripp and Tyler's YouTube video channel has a bunch of videos that make fun of a lot of things like people, dogs, work, technology, etc.
... 06:55PM Mousey> ~note R_Daneel man, you live a tough life http://spectrum.ieee.org/automaton/robotics/artificial-intelligence/children-beating-up-robot
VideoSift shared an almost three years old 3.5 minutes Vimeo video showing "Happy Birthday Alternatives in Film and Television" that shows replacements to the copyrighted song -- "... The song 'Happy Birthday To You' is the most recognizable song in the English language, but it can cost independent filmmakers an estimated $10,000 to clear the song for their films, and it will remain under copyright protection in the United States (U.S.) until 2030. This is a major stumbling block hindering the creation of new works of art. It's time to shake (or at least unsettle) 'Happy Birthday' from it’s fortified cultural throne, and replace it with a melody that the children can sing without fear of being served..."
This 4.5 minutes funny, (nerd/geek)y, and dirty YouTube video shows "If Video Games Had Texting -- What if all your favorite video games had texting?
About a year ago, Reddit share an over 1.75 years old Medium article on the designs and histories of X buttons -- "X's are everywhere in user interface (UI) design. A powerful symbol, [x] is capable of closing windows and popups, toolbars and tabs and anything else that might otherwise be cluttering up your screen.
CollegeHumor has a funny comic strip showing "What Everything Looks Like To Dogs -- Things look a little different through a dog's eyes..."