NBC just picked up the rights to broadcast the English Premiere League in the United States. This weekend, they kicked off a campaign to boost American knowledge of football overseas.
While I've been away, it seems Sharknado, the SyFy Channel movie, has become a bit of a sensation.
Not sure what it's about? Think Sharks. Think Tornados. Then put them together and let your imagination run wild. Really wild.
If you've been as out of the loop as I have been, please enjoy the trailer. But not if you're a child. There are a couple of graphic scenes. Like a man cutting a flying shark in half with a chainsaw.
This video blog thing is tough.
Ever since everyone started listening to music on YouTube instead of actually buying it, most of the most popular videos are music videos.
So digging up something that's actually viral becomes tougher.
Please accept my apologies, especially if I ever sink to the level of featuring a DudePerfect video.
You don’t have to find out you’re dying to start living.
Powerful perspective from Zach Sobiech, a 17 year old diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer. With only months to live, Zach turned to music to say goodbye, and attracted a worldwide following thanks to a video project by SoulPancake.
Zach passed away on May 20, 2013, having impacted the lives of millions with his courageous spirit. Watch and learn.
Commander Chris Hadfield went to space on a mission. A mission to sing his way into music history. And do science and stuff. Yeah. Science.
When they're not busy with unplanned spacewalks to repair ammonia leaks affecting the International Space Station's solar arrays, astronauts like to spend a little downtime on entertainment.