Diamond Box collected three seconds from every episode of "Breaking Bad" and put them into a riveting three-minute compilation.
Tom Blank of Weird History looks back at the most popular hairstyles for both men and women throughout history.
Jay of BestFetchDog acted heroically by giving a dog who had collapsed CPR until a strong heartbeat returned.
Zac Alsop trained his Unitree Go1, a doglike quadruped robot, to compete in the agility course portion of a prestigious dog show.
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.