Do you like to like drawing rumps but you find yourself wishing there was a simpler way? Well, look no further! Karl Gude shows you a way of drawing a variety of rear ends that only require five lines and a piece of paper!
On September 3rd, non-profit organization Because I Said I Would released a video showing a mosaic-censored white male confessing to hitting and killing a 61-year-old man named Vincent Canzani in June 2013. After revealing himself as 22-year-old Matthew Cordle, he stated the video would be his confession and that he intended to plead guilty for the crime once he was charged. After being arrested on September 9th, Cordle ended up entering a not guilty plea last Wednesday. However, Ohio state law requires a not guilty plea to ensure a random judge is appointed to the case. His lawyers claim he intends to plead guilty on the 18th.
Ask A Slave is a comedy web series directed by Jordan Black based on the actress' time working as a living history character at the popular historic site, George Washington's Mount Vernon. All questions and interactions are based on true events.
The Dutch interactive website design company Amphora.interactive teamed up with the digital arts group THEY to make the BoooTube database, a site that collects the worst-rated videos ever uploaded to YouTube. Additionally, the site highlights staff picks as well, with classic gems featuring Copper Cab,
YouTube presents a look back at 2012 with "Rewind YouTube Style," a quintessential mashup parody of "Gangnam Style" and "Call Me Maybe" starring the who's who of this year's viral video fame, including PSY, Walk off the Earth, MysteryGuitarMan, Jenna Marbles and more!
In its latest effort to find alternatives to global Internet services like YouTube, the Iranian government has unveiled its own video-sharing website Mehr in full adherence with its interpretation of Islam. While many Iranians have been known to bypass filters to access YouTube or use other Farsi-centric video streaming sites like Aparat, Mehr is the first state-sponsored venture into the world of social media in the country.
"Pickles," the latest terrible song on YouTube by an Irish rapper who goes by the name "Yasha Swag," is raising some eyebrows for its suspiciously high YouTube view count of 8 million hits in less than a week, especially in comparison to other metrics like Facebook page likes and share counts. According to the Daily Dot, the song had been previously uploaded to Soundcloud by Jacob Povolotski, who touts himself as a "meme troller" with an allegedly strong interest in using black hat SEO tactics