VideoSift Clips of the Week

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Geophysical Survey of the World of Warcraft
James Wallis gave an interesting talk at Interesting Vancouver 2008 (see what I did there?) about doing a geophysical survey of ... Azeroth, the virtual world in the insanely popular World of Warcraft.

It turns out that WoW is really, really small: Link

Human Slip & Slide
This is probably this middle-aged, balding Japanese man's lifelong dream: to ... um, slide over a row of oiled-up women in bikinis!

(It doesn't end there, folks, there's also an underwear stuffing contest!)

Where do I sign up? Link

Double Fail at the Motorcycle Race Track
What happens when you hold a motorcycle race after it rains? Here's a "double" fail at the track - I don't know which one hurts more!


Shark Does a Spinning Jump Behind a Surfer
Check out this video clip of a spinner shark doing a spinning jump (shoryuken?) behind a surfer.

Link (about time mark 0:10)

History of the Internet
Here's a really neat animated infographic clip by Melih Bilgil about how the Interweb came to be.


(If you like this, check out Neatorama's 10 Things You Should Know About the Internet and Wonderful World of Early Computing, Take a Stroll Down Computing Memory Lane)

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