Watching this is like a little trip down meme-ory lane, as Keyboard Cat, Doge and many, many more crop up in Delta’s in-flight safety video.
It’s like they threw down the gauntlet to see how many memes they could include and now it’s rammed full of them—the result is daunting to say the least.
We’re all guilty of missing something because we’re too busy looking at our phones.
Whether it’s a special moment, some stunning scenery, or your kid’s entire childhood—this video will make you think twice the next time you reach for your handset.
Ever wondered why your newsfeed is full of cat videos and babies? Probably because you’ve brought it on yourself.
Short film ‘Why Do I Even Try’ by Shock and Awe explores the consequences of our fickle nature and how we act online.
If you’re one of those mean, horrible bloggers that like to be nasty to people then this Lily Allen track’s for you.
And be careful because if the videos anything to go by, Allen has the power to turn to you into weird, stretchy rainbow stuff.
We all know that three minutes is a long time on the internet, so can you make it through the whole of this 3 minute video?
No skipping ahead, pausing, opening another tab and letting this play in the background. It’s just one man talking, it’s a test of your ability to resist distraction.?
THE INTERNET!!!! Where did it come from? Did it fall out of the sky like a gift from the gods? Was it conjured into existence by magic cats?
It will forever remain a mystery… well, that is until you watch this handy video from Kurzgesagt which explains who invented it and why. Learning something on the internet? Must be a first, surely.
Stewart Lee’s not the biggest fan of the internetz—and his real axe to grind is with Twitter.
He abhors it, calling it a “state surveillance agency staffed by gullible volunteers… a Stasi for the Angry Birds generation.” Nailed it.
Meet John Wooley, he’s your go to man for investigative reporting of the lowest order.
In 2012, he was dispatched to help the big ISPs to figure out how to sell their vision for a “faster,” “cleaner” internet. Six months later he produced this report — and leaked it to the world.