What's trending on YouTube these days? Hippo music and a choral rendition of the bed intruder video, of course.
Topping the Viral Video Chart for the week is I Want A Hippopotamus For Christmas, which might just be the largest animal on record as being recognized in a holiday song. I say good for hippos, they don't get much respect.
The voice recording group for TomTom GPS is known for bringing in famous voices to be offered as optional downloads for its GPS devices. They started doing videos of the recording sessions, and they're pretty good.
A photography business called Alphabet Photography organized a flash mob in Welland, Ontario, Canada. No big deal. But what they did was.
More than 100 singers were coordinated to, at the appropriate times, rise from their seats in the local mall's food court for a performance of the Hallelujah Chorus. From a single singer at the beginning to a full choir, rising from their seats in normal street clothes. As typical with flash mobs, the looks on the faces of unsuspecting observers are priceless.
In a testament to Chinese efficiency, an experiment in modular construction was conducted in China recently. A 15 story hotel was constructed in just six days, utilizing modular and prefabricated construction techniques and a 24-hour work site.
As Gizmodo put it:
"Chinese build 15 story hotel in just six days, rest on seventh."
If you're interested in trick football plays, you might have already seen this one. Along with 11 million other people. Well, maybe 5.5 million people. You can't watch it just once.
Driscoll Middle School and its opponent are lined up for the next play. The center hands the ball to the quarterback as he walks by on his left. He keeps walking, the D-line stands up. He gets into the secondary, and takes off running. Touchdown.