Alabama comedian Matt Mitchell performed a humorous skit about solving math problems using slang from the American South.
Adam Cole of the NPR series "Skunk Bear" explained how to find the most popular constellations in the summer sky using a 360° animation.
The IBM 7094 at Bell Labs in New Jersey became the first singing computer in 1961 with song "Daisy Bell (Bicycle Built for Two)".
Greyson Wyatt of Gimmick Films assembled a nostalgic 25 minute compilation of commercials aired on ABC and CBS in 1997.
RetroWDW restored the "Magic of Walt Disney World" the iconic 16mm tourism film from 1972 in high-definition video.
Jonas Marti captured footage of his amazing climb up the Daubenhorn Via Ferrata, the longest of the many mountain climbing routes in the Swiss Alps
While on "Late Show With David Letterman" in November 2010, Jim Carrey broke the host's coffee cup while singing the a-ha song "Take on Me".
Noah Lefevre of Polyphonic takes a look at the endurance of concept albums despite critics' ongoing naysaying and new technological advances.
Diver Rex Colubra became underwater friends with a friendly smallmouth bass named Elvis whom he taught to respond to a sound.
Red Side created an impressive 3D animation comparing the speed of the fastest vehicles since the early 1800s.