Some spectacular views & panoramas our world with the top photos of this past years Epson International Pano Awards.
Be sure & click on full screen to really appreciate the full beauty of these moments of captured time!
Go For Broke Pictures has debuted their first viral video! It’s a short horror film, titled 2 a.m., inspired by a creepy thread on Reddit, and tells the story of a guy who runs into a disturbing smiling man in the middle of the night! This video has grabbed over 3 million views so far!
Miki Ryosuke, 55, a former actor from Japan, claims that he lost 28 pounds in seven weeks while following the Long Breath Diet. It’s the latest weight loss technique said to be sweeping Japan. Ryosuke explains followers of the diet just have to spend two minutes a day concentrating on taking long breaths and then exhaling aggressively. The dieting guru says that he invented the diet by mistake while practicing breathing techniques in an attempt to reduce his back pain.
At A TED conference, Tech columnist David Pogue shares 10 simple, clever tips for computer, web, smartphone and camera users. And yes, you may know a few of these already — but there’s probably at least one you don’t.
Jimmy Kimmel’s guest Wednesday night was Miley Cyrus who talked about her very revealing outfit and recalls making music legend Paul McCartney uncomfortable.
BELOW, DISGUISED MILEY CYRUS ON HOLLYWOOD BLVD. ASKING PEOPLE WHAT THEY THOUGHT OF MILEY CYRUS!
Miley Cyrus is a very recognizable individual so we decided to have some fun with that by making her unrecognizable. We disguised her as an Australian reporter and sent her out on the street to ask people what they think about Miley Cyrus for a new edition of “I Witness News.”
People of all ages offer words of wisdom to their younger counterparts in this WireTap farewell video, from CBC Radio One.
How much time in our life that we have in jellybeans.
A professional mentalist blows the Judges’ minds by predicting Mel B’s gumball guess. And then he has Nick Cannon reach into a jar of gum balls and pull out a receipt with the numbers of all 4 judges on the America’s Got Talent panel in the order of the judges panel if you see this video! How does Oz Pearlman do that?
At Reverb.Com, they’re always looking back at the history of popular music to find inspiring sounds and melodies. In many cases, the most well-known and recognizable tunes come from a different medium altogether: TV. From nostalgia-rich classics played by the likes of Howard Roberts, to the contemporary favorites you skip over as you binge watch on Netflix, there’s no lack of infectious hooks to find in the annals of television. Take a look at the video above as local riff-master Joe takes a play from the Chicago Music Exchange and leads you on a journey through 100 TV theme songs.
Only 10% of you have “Outties” when it comes to your bellybutton, 25% of people sneeze after exposure to bright light, Only 2% of the population is naturally blonde, Just 20% of you are born without wisdom teeth, & 10% of you are born lefties! Check out how special you are on this video!
The heat got so “unbearable” in Rockaway Township, New Jersey, a mother bear and her five cubs decided to escape the sweltering temperatures this past Tuesday by taking a dip in a neighborhood pool.
Bad Lip Reading is a YouTube channel, run by an anonymous individual in the music production business, that spoofs clips from films, TV shows, songs, sports (you’ve watched the hilarious SuperBowl videos no doubt), and political news stories by overdubbing humorous vocal work that matches the lip movements of the targets. Rolling Stone described the channel as “the breakout hit” of the 2012 United States presidential election cycle. As of April 2015, the Bad Lip Reading YouTube channel had amassed over 4.3 million subscribers and over 474 million views across its videos.