If you ask people who watch video game reviews on the internet who their favourite reviewer is, the answer that you’re most likely to hear is Yahtzee. They’re not talking about the board game that involves a plastic cup and dice. They probably mean Ben “Yahtzee” Crawshaw, video game developer tuned snarky video game critic.
His video review series, titled Zero Punctuation, are the most popular videos on The Escapist Magazine’s YouTube channel and among the most popular games reviews on YouTube. So for today’s best of the interweb, we have Yahtzee’s ten most popular reviews. Continue reading
A couple of years ago, I took a look at some of the internet’s creepiest fan art of celebrities. Well, if you thought the various collages and drawings that fans put together were creepy, they have nothing on what the folks on YouTube have cooked up. There are some almost disturbing videos that fans create and post.
So as a follow-up to my post on the creepiest fan art of the internet, here are some of the creepiest/stalkery-est fan videos on the interweb. Consider yourselves lucky that you didn’t have to watch a pile of these videos to make this list. Continue reading
It’s been almost one year since we did the original best of Epic Meal Time so I thought now was a good time to look at the best of this year in EMT. It’s no secret to regular readers that we’re big fans of food and cooking. But we’re nowhere near as big fans as the crew at Epic Meal Time. Their tales of cooking, drinking and gluttony are legendary (though divisive) throughout the internet. So today, we take a look at another set of the best episodes of EMT based on the number of views they’ve received. Continue reading
There were some highlights in music this year but, as always, those highlights were largely overshadowed by some craptacular music in 2012. While the Worst of Music feature wasn’t on the blog regularly this year, that didn’t mean that music got better this year. Apart from some highlights like Psy and Adele, there was a lot of bad music other than the 15 WoM winners of 2012.
To look back on the year that was in music, both the good but mostly bad, here’s is a collection of mashups of the hit songs of 2012. Continue reading
Merry Christmas readers! I don’t know about the rest of you but the highlight of my Christmas is the big meal at the end of the day. What can I say? I’m a big fan of turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, stuffing, so on and so forth. So to get you in the mood for a big Christmas feast, here’s a collection of Epic Meal Time’s famous holiday feasts. Continue reading
An intrepid James Bond fan has put together a pretty cool mash-up/compilation of the last 50 years of Eon Productions’ James Bond movies. He’s created a two-hour long video with five-minute long segments from each movie put together in sequence of when the movie was released.
The video’s description says:
Approximately five minutes from each of the 22 Eon produced James Bond films have been cut together, in order and in sequence, beginning with the first five minutes of DR. NO (1962) followed by minutes 5-10 of FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE (1963), minutes 10-15 of GOLDFINGER (1964), minutes 15-20 of THUNDERBALL (1965), continuing on through each of the remaining 18 Bond features (accounting for variables in each title’s running time) culminating with the final five minutes of 2008′s QUANTUM OF SOLACE.
For the longest while, I never understood what TED was. Most of what I gleamed from Twitter was that it was some sort of lecture series about social media and technology. However, there’s so much more to it that I’m disappointed I didn’t discover it sooner. So for today’s instalment of our Best of the Interweb series, it’s a look at some of the best TED talks on the internet. Continue reading
I’m actually shocked that we have a linkdump for you today. After all, most blogs take the week of Independence Day off. But since it’s Independence Day, here’s American model Erin Heatherton.
Let’s start off with some news in the world of sports media. Erin Andrews is making the jump from ESPN to Fox Sports. She’s already drawn assignments for the MLB All-Star Game and playoffs, NCAA football and NFL football. (Sports Illustrated)
With all the free agent moves in the media this year, one this is very clear. ESPN talent is jumping ship faster than they can replace it. (Awful Announcing)
Summer blockbuster season is well underway. With all the costs of making and marketing movies, how exactly are studios able to be profitable? (New York Times)
After the jump, more on sports media, how to make it big on YouTube and Star Wars viral videos. Continue reading
One of my favourite cooking shows of all-time and one of the best cooking shows ever is Alton Brown’s Good Eats. The show takes a basic yet comprehensive approach to teaching you how to cook as Alton Brown shows you simple yet delicious ways to cook a different dish every week. He also examined cooking techniques, culinary history and selection and use of difference appliances.
So to help you figure out your menu for the weekend, we present you every episode of Good Eats. Continue reading
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It’s been a while since we’ve done a best of the interweb post but since I’ve got nothing better to post today, why not drop one here. It’s no secret to regular readers that we’re big fans of food and cooking. But we’re nowhere near as big fans as the crew at Epic Meal Time. Their tales of cooking, drinking and gluttony are legendary (though divisive) throughout the internet. So today, we take a look at the best episodes of EMT based on the number of YouTube likes they’ve received. Continue reading