2012 Mar 5, 3:17
Fictional plot summaries of TNG S8 episodes. Like:
Q’s back: he’s wearing scuba gear and needs Picard’s help dumping his girlfriend. Barclay accidentally locks himself outside the ship.
Geordie and Data nurse a space bird back to health, and are sad when they have to release it. Picard is trapped in a turbolift with a baby.
Starfleet sends a cantankerous admiral to boss around Picard during delicate peace talks. Data seems to have mastered bragging.
Riker’s ex-girlfriend arrives and dies, leaving behind a pile of glowing dust and a mystery. Picard is trapped on a turbolift with a horse.
A planet of suspicious docents abduct Riker for their museum of amazing men. Geordi and Data are too excited to sleep at their sleepover.
Picard is trapped inside a sentient turbolift. A clip show highlights the most memorable “Picard is trapped on a turbolift” moments.
2010 May 4, 4:52
Mashup of Metallica with Beatles: Beatle's melodies, Metallica style, mix of lyrics.
2010 Jan 18, 3:24
"UVB-76 is the callsign of a shortwave radio station that usually broadcasts on the frequency 4625 kHz (AM full carrier). It's known among radio listeners by the nickname The Buzzer. It features
a short, monotonous buzz tone (help·info), repeating at a rate of approximately 25 tones per minute, for 24 hours per day. The station has been observed since around 1982. In rare occasions, the
buzzer signal is interrupted and a voice transmission in Russian takes place. Only four such events have been noted. There is much speculation; however, the actual purpose of this station remains
unknown." Inspiration for Lost?
2009 May 25, 10:19
"Wallace and Gromit return-this time as purveyors of the Top Bun bakery, despite the fact that 12 other local bakers have disappeared in the previous year. Now it's up to Gromit to solve the mystery
while Wallace woos new love interest Piella Bakewell."
2008 Nov 16, 10:26
Josh Olson's short story 'The Life and Death of Jesse James - An internet love mystery'.
2008 Oct 23, 11:27
Informative and humorous video on the topic of printer tracking dots. "Most color laser printers and color copiers are designed to print invisible tracking codes across every single printed page of
their output. These codes reveal which machine produced a document and, in some cases, when the document was printed or copied."
2008 Jun 16, 12:51
Salvador Dali's appearance on the 1950's game show "What's My Line" in which a panel must determine the occupation of a mystery guest using only yes/no questions. "...Watch the shamelessly
self-promotional proto-Warhol's 1952 appearance on What's M
2008 Jan 14, 4:03
FTA: "CinematicTitanic picks up where MST3K left off -- much of the original cast are back, along with some new voices, except this time, it's direct-from-net distribution of DRM-free DVDs and (soon)