Fishing the Abyss 2.0 – A selection of Youtube gems #1 The distrubing ones

There are different versions of this Shrek is Love thing, that started off as a 4chan green text story, here is the animated version, the most popular one.

So ASMR needs a whole blog post in itself (which I’ll do someday). It usually revolves around relaxing videos. This is by far one of the weirdest ones.

A parody of typical 90s commercials made by the Rocket Jump team.

A commercial by David Lynch for his own coffee.

Malice in wonderland, a 1982 short animated film.

Being a Web Night Owl

It’s 3AM. You’re the only one in your street with a light still on.

What are you doing ? You’re on the computer, of course.

Whether you’re doing something creative (writing, programming…) or just browsing, here are some links that can go along with you before the sunrise.

Homer in space

Mario on LSD

Bill Cosby on LSD

3D Aligator

Mogli on LSD

The fuck was that ?

Jesus Doesn’t Want Me for a Sunbeam (The Vaselines cover)

In this video I’m covering The Vaselines song Jesus Doesn’t Want Me for a Sunbeam.

Bonus: one of my favorite cover of that same song on Youtube.

PS: I sadly noticed, by watching my video on a laptop, that you won’t be able to hear the bass.. at all, unless you have decent speakers or headphones 😦

Awesome Youtube Channels #1 – Ideas sharing / Educational

Hi, here’s my first entry in my “Awesome Youtube Channels” series. It focuses on channels that spread ideas and explain facts in a gripping way.
Voici la première entrée dans la série des chaines youtube à découvrir absolument. Ce post s’attarde sur les chaines Youtube se concentrant sur le partage d’idées et l’éducation.

The first one is TEDtalksDirector, a Youtube channel compiling the many TED conferences (Technology, Entertainment and Design). From the wikipedia article: Ted Talks address a wide range of topics within the research and practice of science and culture, often through storytelling. The speakers are given a maximum of 18 minutes to present their ideas in the most innovative and engaging ways they can. Past presenters include Bill Clinton, Jane Goodall, Malcolm Gladwell, Al Gore, Gordon Brown, Richard Dawkins, Bill Gates, Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, and many Nobel Prize winners.
Here’s one of the many brilliant TED talks available on Youtube.

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