The Electric Knife Orchestra Performs a Dangerous-Looking Cover of the Bee Gees Classic ‘Stayin’ Alive’

The Electric Knife Orchestra, a team of knife-based robotic instruments built by artist Neil Mendoza, performs a dangerous-looking cover of the Bee Gees classic “Stayin’ Alive.” The orchestra features 16 knives and a meat cleaver built to produce a wide range of sounds including one knife-bot that plays the triangle.

For comparison, here is the original knife-free version of “Stayin’ Alive.”

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A Creative Ad That Shows How the Bikini Evolved Over Time and Throughout the the Past Century

In “Evolution of the Bikini” by design house Forge Apollo for Breathless Resorts, popular social media personality Amanda Cerny models her way through the history of women’s swimsuits. The video first features the dowdy swim dresses of the late 19th century and the one-piece suits of the early and mid-20th century before it moves on through present day. Cerny readily captures the mood of each era through hair, makeup, and dance along with each suit as chosen by costume designer Maranda Nichols Persico.

It’s interesting to note, however, that the first official bikini, ironically named after the nuclear testing site Bikini Atoll, was introduced by French engineer Louis Réard in 1946, but the design didn’t become popular until the 1960s.

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Clever Cat Uses Her ‘Cone of Shame’ as a Strategic Means to Quench Her Thirst With a Nice Cool Drink of Water

A beautiful and clever tortoiseshell cat who’s unfortunately trapped in a “cone of shame” strategically uses the device as a means to quench her thirst with a nice cool drink of water from the kitchen sink.

A TED-Ed Lesson Debunking Common Misconceptions of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Common misconceptions about obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) are debunked in an animated video companion to a TED-Ed lesson on the subject by Dr. Natascha M. Santos. The video explains how OCD is not just a set of meticulous grooming and cleaning quirks, but instead is a serious, debilitating psychiatric condition that plagues sufferers with intrusive thoughts and repetitive behaviors to soothe those worries. People affected by OCD often have little or no control over their obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviors, both of which can get in the way of a patient’s social life, career, and schooling.

BeerMenus, A Smartphone App That Notifies Beer Lovers Where Their Favorite Brews Are Being Served or Sold


BeerMenus is a convenient and free iPhone app (an Android version is in the works) that allows users to be notified when their favorite beer (or a beer they want to try) is being served or sold nearby.

Find places selling beers you love or want to try, and browse up-to-date beer menus for bars, restaurants, and beer stores nearby.

• Follow beers to get notified when they become available nearby.
• Follow places to get notified when they change their beer menu.
• Log the beers you drink to keep track of and easily find your favorites.
• Find places selling beers you love or want to try.
• Browse up-to-date beer menus.

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A Group of Dog Moms Compete for the Saddest Rescue Story at a Doggy Daycare on ‘Inside Amy Schumer’

A group of dog moms dropping off their beloved rescue pups at a daycare one-up each other in an escalation of sob stories and martyrdom in a hilarious clip from Inside Amy Schumer featuring Maeve Higgins and Rachel Dratch.

100 Years of American Cocktails Shown Decade by Decade in a Two-Minute Time-Lapse

In this two-minute time-lapse video by Mode Glam, expert bartender Adam Delany of Tradition in San Francisco prepares up a century’s worth of American cocktails, decade by decade while dressed in the attire of the times.

Our MODE bartender, Adam Delaney is journeying through time with a specialty cocktail to mark each decade. He covers everything, from a 1920s champagne cocktail, to a Sex and the City-worthy Cosmopolitan, to the ubiquitous Old Fashioned. We’ll drink to that!

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An Animation Reveals What It Would Be Like if Movie Characters Said the Things Their Actors Tweeted in Real Life

An animated sketch by CollegeHumor reveals what it would be like if movie characters said the things their actors tweeted. The video features strange tweets by Russell Crowe, Tom Cruise, the cast of The Fast & the Furious, and more.