Old Man Smokes with Snoop Dogg

Ian Neale has grown the world's biggest swede. Snoop contacted him via YouTube for tips on how to 'grow' and invited him back-stage at his gig in Cardiff on 8th October 2011. Sky News caught up with him the morning after...

The Inverted Bike Shop

Amongst the multitude of bike shops across Manhattan and Brooklyn, 718 Cyclery stands out for their unique approach to the business. This is the "inverted bike shop".

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The Album Leaf

Star Trek TNG: "The Outcast"

Scene from Star Trek: TNG episode "The Outcast" (Season 5, Episode 17).

Obvious allusions to the debate over homosexuality in our own world. Being Gay, Being Different.

What is Cool?

Because of the varied and changing connotations of cool, as well its subjective nature, the word has no single meaning.

Neil Young on The Johnny Cash Show

The first half of this clip is all over YouTube, but I couldn't find the second song of Neil's two-song set anywhere. So here it is, from the Feb. 22, 1971 episode of "The Johnny Cash Show," the full Neil Young performance featuring "The Needle and the Damage Done" and the previously-missing number (and one of my personal favorite Neil tunes), "Journey Through The Past."

Adam Winrich: Whips and Harmonica

I've been playing harmonica almost as long as I've been cracking whips, so I thought I'd finally start working on combing the two. It's hard to wail on the whips and the harp at the same time, so I'm focusing on using the harp just for chords to add some musicality to the whip cracking.

I'm also using a different camera, so I hope this video comes up as better quality than my previous videos.

In this video I'm using 3 1/2 ft stock whips from Simon Martin. For multiple cracking I find I can do more with a stock whip than a bullwhip. I prefer a bullwhip when the whips get longer than 7 or 8 ft.

For anyone looking for a beginner's whip, check out

TEDTalks: Evolution In A Big City

Using newts, coyotes and mice, Jason Munshi-South shows how animals develop genetic differences in evolution, even within an urban city. (Launching a series on Awesome Nature)

"Evolution in a Big City" was animated by the TED-Ed Animation Team (Jeremiah Dickey, Biljana Labovic, Celeste Lai, Kari Mulholland and Franz Palomares)

Juan Of The Dead! (Trailer)

Fifty years after the triumph of the Revolution, a new revolution is about to begin.

Cuba's 1st Horror Film.

Original title: Juan de los Muertos

Louis CK: Chewed Up, Full Show

Profane, vulgar and obscenely funny, Louis C.K. insists on telling the truth, whether you like it or not! Join the Emmy Award-winning stand-up comic and TV star (Lucky Louie) as he shares his thoughts on the stuff everyone thinks about -- male bodily fluids, the joys of being white, the difference between women and girls -- but never has the nerve to say. It's Louis C.K. at his risk-taking best: fearless, honest and totally outrageous!


Based on a true fairy tale

As the silhouette of a lonely girl runs through the woods, something in the shadows is lurking her.

RED is an animated short film, which presents a new version of the classic tale Little Red Riding Hood by Charles Perrault. The directors Jorge Jaramillo and Carlo Guillot explore more thoroughly the drama, horror and realism of the story. A journey of feelings and moments, with visual and musical elements existing only to carry a clear and strong narrative.

In RED the directors based on traditional shadows animation, giving it a new perspective by using technology to create a new concept, while maintaining the visual and narrative force of the classic technique.

The production of the film was done almost entirely by the two directors and musician/composer Manuel Borda, who completed the story by reinforcing all emotions through it.

Jorge Jaramillo

Carlo Guillot

TheBox: Poltergeist

The Box and Dox spend their entire lives sitting on the couch in front of the TV. Both are afflicted with a very powerful addiction to television. This addiction plays out in their behaviors and reactions, which are polar opposites of each other. The Box uses the TV to fall asleep, while Dox is a victim of his unstoppable instinct of channel surfing. They both need TV, albeit for different purposes.

Falling into his habitual deep sleep, The Box loses contact with reality, letting himself go completely into the dream world. This is where the characters rational mind makes room for the unknown and unknowing world of his subconscious.

The Boxs brain, like an unprotected fortress, lies defenseless as it is accosted by dangerous outside stimulus's. The TVs audio signal is the enemy that creeps in between the cognitive synapses of the sleeping protagonist, influencing his dreams and controlling his consciousness.

The Box, like a sponge, passively absorbs all the audio stimulus's that come from the outside; reworking them and unknowingly transmitting them back into reality as interactive hallucinations uncontrolled and interacting freely with their surrounding environment...

TedEd: Questions No One Knows the Answers To

In the first of a new TED-Ed series designed to catalyze curiosity, TED Curator Chris Anderson shares his boyhood obsession with quirky questions that seem to have no answers. (Introducing the series "Questions no one knows the answers to")

"Questions No One Knows the Answers to" was animated by Andrew Park (