Pixar-worthy animated short shows how unpredictable love is

This is the story of two people that are so different that they are meant to be together. He is the unluckiest guy on earth, everything he tries ends up badly. And she is the exact opposite. As I said, the perfect couple—for a romantic story. A pitch-perfect animation short worthy of Pixar by Jinxy Jenkins. » 7/31/14 8:59am Today 8:59am

The surprising reason why this guy runs two hours every day

Ronnie Goodman is not your usual runner. He trains hard every day on the streets of San Francisco for a couple of reasons. One is to raise funds for a charity called The Hospitality House, and the other, well, I will let you guys watch it to figure it out. But it's truly unexpected and a beautiful story. » 7/31/14 5:40am Today 5:40am

Music-less Turn Down for What video is even creepier and more hilarious

Mario Wienerroither is back with another hilarious videoclip without music. This time Turn Down for What is transformed into a grotesque orgy of bodies twisting and turning with no apparent reason. Which makes it even creepier—yes that's possible—and funnier than the original. NSFW! » 7/30/14 8:23am Yesterday 8:23am

This is how New York would look submerged in a gigantic latte

Flóra Borsi is fascinated by the beauty of coffee. And so she made this stunning series of pictures where New York City skies are dyed with coffee and the clouds are made of cappuccino foam. It's like the whole city is submerged in a gigantic cup of latte—and some how it is, considering New Yorkers' love for coffee. » 7/30/14 6:26am Yesterday 6:26am

Two new mysterious giant holes found in Siberia, scientists puzzled

Scientists have found two new mysterious giant holes in Siberia, like the one that appeared in Siberia two weeks ago. The new craters are smaller than the first but they share a similar structure. Scientists are still puzzled by the origin of these formations. Here are all the details: » 7/28/14 5:25am Monday 5:25am

The evolution of video game controllers in 16 cool photos

Javier Laspiur made this series of pictures showing the evolution of video game controllers throughout history. I played with most of these, even the 1983 Teletenis, and it feels like it was yesterday. It's been quite a journey that's not over yet. I can't wait to see what the future of video games will bring next. » 7/25/14 5:32am 7/25/14 5:32am

Mind-twisting short shows that ignorance is bliss

Imagine that you have the ability to know how many times people lied in their life. Or how many days they will live just by looking at a number displayed on the top of their heads. That's the premise of this mind-twisting short film by Robert Hloz: Two people with that rare ability meet randomly on the street. » 7/24/14 11:52am 7/24/14 11:52am