Jared Linnen looked at Nine Inch Nails' "Hurt", noting how the introspective lyrics became a poignant swan song for Johnny Cash.
"The MTV Basement Tapes" hosted by Martha Quinn, which ran 1983-1986, featured music videos from unknown and/or unsigned artists.
Kevin Barton put together a truly nostalgic compilation of commercials that aired regularly on television during the 1970s and 1980s.
Erik Schmitt used height advantage as a perspective giant to feign traffic and pedestrian control on a busy city street.
Musical biology lab tech Sci-Inspi shot fascinating footage of the microscopic world around him and compiled it all together.
Red Side created a powerful 3D animation comparing the size of tornados including dust devils, fire whirls, and steam twisters.
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.