This little video is a great look behind the scenes of the production of a flipbook. However, this flipbook was a little different as, instead of having an actual flipbook, the animation was featured on a series of T Shirts sported by one very patient model. Good work!
How do you sell you new perfume to the ladydeez? Well, if you're Sean P. Fiddles Diddery Diddums Puff Diddy Daddy Combes-over, then you do it by making sweet gooey love to them. Watch this video, chuckle and watch out for the dry heaves.
The Friends of the Earth have got their own YouTube channel and have loads of videos uploaded to encourage you to be a bit greener. One cracker is one featuring the iconic Morph (if he tells me to be green I will! But then again, I'd burn tyres if Morph told me to). Click here to see more videos from Friends of the Earth.
Before I say anything about this video, let me point out that it really isn't safe for work (or NSFW if you prefer). Now your appetite has been whetted, I'll tell you that the video you're about to watch is a great little video mash-up of Casino and Bert and Ernie. You'll never see Sesame Street characters swear like this (unless you prod and poke Oscar the Grouch enough)
It happened a couple of days ago, but this video is already causing a big stir on YouTube. A student at a John Kerry forum asks a few testy questions and as a result, is arrested by US police and tasered. Remember when US colleges were the hotbed of political debate? Not anymore. For a news report on the incident click here and for another angle from someone in the attendance, click here.
Every so often, something takes YouTube complete storm. At the moment, Britney Spears' performance at the MTV VMA awards is subject to the most ridicule. Here's just one of many videos taking the mickey.
You've already been informed of the birthday of the humble emoticon. Well, it seems they've had enough of our (fickle web users) ways and now... it's time for one last "act of desperation". Good bye cruel (virtual) world
This cracking video features lightwriting in London by the Lichtfaktor crew. An amazing new technique achieved by setting the camera to long time exposure and writing with flash lights on the landscape. You can see more of their work by visiting ww.skymovies.com/starwarsVstartrek