Tag Archives: #youtube

Doctor Whogasm!

The 50th anniversary special is fast approaching and holyshitomgwtflol, the stuff the BBC is pulling out! Here's a teaser of the special IN WHICH DAVID TENNANT WEARS A FEZ AND NOW I'VE LOST CONTROL OF MY BLADDER!!!!! There's even a little something for older fans of the series (though this isn't too far of a stretch into the past. At all.) involving Paul McGann's 8th incarnation of the Doctor! Squee! Also: ...wut?

Apple Drops YouTube App

Much to the surprise of...a few people, Mashable reported that Apple's iOS6 shall be dropping the YouTube app. So what is one to do if you're a YouTube junkie? Easy, either go to m.youtube.com in your mobile browser or turn to services like Vimeo or, hell, Tumblr even has a decent video hosting service.

I keep seeing the intranetz harping about how shocking this is. If you've used the app, you'll know it's not. Brazen? Yes. Shocking? No. Also, if you've been paying attention, you'll remember that Apple also dropped Google Maps and replaced it with its own service. (Oh, and did I forget to mention that YouTube is owned by Google?)

Keep an eye out, the dropping of YouTube could only mean that Apple either created a new service or they're sitting on news of a new partnership. Exciting times ahead!

TDKR Chant Makes Everything EPIC!

If you're like me and still haven't gotten tired of dorking out for Christopher Nolan's epic conclusion to his Batman trilogy, The Dark Knight Rises, then, guess what? Here's a little nugget for you! No doubt you're familiar with the "He rises" Moroccan chant themed throughout the film. I know it gives me goosebumps every time I hear it! I'm not at all surprised that someone recognized the intensity of the chant and used it to prove it makes everything epic and intense! Need proof? Check out the video below! This person combined several funny videos and concludes with cats to prove that, yes, the "Deshay Basara" chant does indeed make everything epic!

Mario’s World

They have time to do this AND beat all our our students at math and science.