It’s that time again. Here’s a roundup of Google April Fools 2014 pranks, gags and videos as we catch them. Or will they catch us?
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The Bill Nye creationism debate has sparked a mini uproar in the U.S. And now creationist Ken Ham is debating Bill Nye. Live Stream on now. Background videos, pre-show video, details here.
Our Emmy-winning Marc Klempf has seen a lot of halftimes. And he’s a music geek. So when he says the Ohio State Marching Band is the hippest band ever — that’s not an oxymoron — we believe him. Here’s a video roundup of the Ohio State Marching Band doing tributes to the Beatles, Michael Jackson, […]
Couldn’t make it to DC or get in at all because you don’t cover the White House as a reporter or producer? Check out the gone-viral White House Correspondents Dinner 2013 Videos, pretty funny no matter where you stand politically. And a definite sign of how YouTube and other social networks have democratized such typically […]
aNewDomain.net – Google says it’s time to put YouTube out to pasture. Google announces YouTube was all just a big contest — and it has selected a winner, after which it will retire a service. Google kills YouTube, sending it the way of Google Reader. Would you ever believe it? Gotcha. It’s the latest April […]
YouTube will launch paid subscription channels in the spring of 2013. Ant Pruitt of aNewDomain.net isn’t signing up. Not yet, anyway. Here’s why.
On this week’s Surface Geeks with our David McCabe — also guesting our Richard Hay this week and, of course, co-host Schmuelie drives — the question is Windows RT. Is the answer Best Buy or Staples?
YouTube for Android gets an update allowing for video sharing from your Android device to your television. Ant Pruitt of aNewDomain.net comments..
At 7:30 p.m. London Time, the Peace One Day concert — headlining Sir Elton John — will kick off. Here’s the live feed on YouTube.
On Matt Harding’s Where the Hell is Matt show on YouTube, this guy dances the night and every night and day for that matter — away. And all over the world. What a life. Richard Hay checks it out.