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Mario Warfare - Part 8 (Final)

The final episode of Mario Warfare is here! If you’ve missed the previous episodes, you can watch them all right here.

A huge thanks to kickstarter supporters, including: Sultan Saeed Al Darmaki (check out his production company darkdunesproductions.com/), James Conason, and Cody D Walton.

Updates about projects on: beatdownboogie.com

Frozen is the New Black (Frozen + Orange is the New Black)

After “Frozen” ends, “Frozen is the new black” begins, as Elsa must serve time in princess prison for freezing the kingdom of Arendelle.

Butts + Mutts [COSMO]

Watch shirtless male models do push-ups with adorable puppies.

Warning: “Buuuuutts annnd muuuuutts” is going to get stuck in your head after this.

Director/Producer: Liz Lanteri
Assistant Producer: Lee Havlicek
Post-Production Supervisor: Liz Dewey
Editors: Andrew Lyman-Clarke, Marcos Levy & Ed Kulzer
Shooters: Kristina Carucci, Danny Dwyer & Robbie Gregson
Song By: Sarah Dooley & Evan Johnston

If you’d like to adopt Michael, Zoe, Jod-ee, Roger or Boshka, please contact www.humanesocietyny.org

Science: How The Elements Got Their Names

Ever wonder what all those names on the periodic table actually mean?

There’s a whole lot of fascinating history on Mendeleev’s table. Some carry names from antiquity, some are named for people, some are named for places, and some are named for mythical beings.

Discover the etymology of the elements!

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PicturePhone: How Bell Telephone Lost a Half Billion, But Nearly Created the Internet [Stories of Technological Failure - Part 3]

How Bell Telephone’s PicturePhone, introduced in 1964, flopped yet nearly catalyzed the internet.

Technically, it was an amazing achievement: Bell used the existing twisted-pair copper wire of the telephone network — not broadband lines like today — to produce black and white video on a screen about five inches square. And, amazingly for the time, it used a CCD-based-camera. It was meant to be the most revolutionary communication medium of the century, driving subscribers to purchase broadband lines, but failed miserably as a consumer product costing Bell a half billion dollars.

This is one of three videos in a series on marketplace failures of technological objects.

18 Ghostbusters Facts You Probably Don’t Know

Ghoststoppers? Ghostblasters?

We all know Ghostbusters is the best movie of all time, but did you know that they were originally supposed to use magic wands instead of proton packs? From alternative casting to visual effects secrets, here’s 18 facts about one of the top grossing comedies of all time. Who you gonna call?

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