I'm a little late to the game with this one, hopefully my audience has fallen behind on watching viral videos.
NASCAR star Jeff Gordon dons a disguise and test drives a car, terrifying the dealership employee who tags along. Great video even after you learn it was faked for a Pepsi commercial.
Some of the greatest minds in web and software development came together recently to talk about the incredible opportunities in computer programming, something that isn't taught in most high schools.
Millions have watched, and who knows. Someone who watches this video may grow up to build the great apps and websites of the future.
I'm not sure what the origin of the Harlem Shake is, but it's getting a lot of attention in the form of parody.
In this version, an army unit, possibly from Norway (based on a guy falling out of a window holding a Norwegian flag), makes good use of a spare 30 seconds.
One of the most popular versions features the University of Georgia Swim Team.
Enjoy a taste of childhood mixed with today's popular television as Sesame Street presents Upside Downton Abbey.
One way to take learning the difference between upside down and rightside up and make it relevant to the parents who are probably watching it with their children. As I've been known to do.
I've never watched Downton Abbey, but I'm sure this plotline is familiar to its many fans.
Nearly three dozen commercials set to be featured during this year's Super Bowl are already online, a week before the game. If you want to wait to watch, skip this post.
See 32 more of the ad spots in a collection at Viral Video Chart, the place I go to find the latest viral videos.